Hello,
Can someone please verify if I'm correct with setting up the problem?
I'm trying to find the equation for a hyperbola
((x-4)^2 / 2) - (y^2 / 2) = 1
I've attached the graph.
Thanks!
Your y-intercepts seem to be incorrect. When you plug in x=0 into your equation, you do not get 4 and -4 for the y-values.
The general equation is:
you can then shift this anyway you like.
More at : Hyperbola -- from Wolfram MathWorld