I'm baffled . . . (more than usual)
Prove that the equations:
imply the equation:
I thought this would be simple (perhaps imaginative) algebra,
. . but I've made absolutely no progress.
Then it occured to me that I have never done a problem like this.
Two equations imply another? . . . Do I understand what that means?
(I don't think I do . . . )
I can find the intersections of the two graphs, but that's not the mission.
The first equation represents a pair of intersecting lines.
The second is a parabola (tipped 45°).
Somehow these two imply the hyperbola:
How does that work? .I have no idea of what I'm doing . . .