Vertex at (6,5), conjugate axis along the x - axis asymptotes 5x - 6y - 30 and 5x + 6y - 30 = 0
My answer: (y-5)^2 / 25 - (x-6)^2 / 36
The book's answer: (y^2) / 25 - (x-6)^2 / 36
who is correct?
Hello, ^_^Engineer_Adam^_^!
Sorry, the book is correct . . .
Vertex at (6,5), conjugate axis along the x - axis
asymptotes: 5x - 6y - 30 and 5x + 6y - 30 = 0
My answer: .(y - 5)²/25 - (x - 6)²/36 .= .1
The book's answer: .(y²)/25 - (x - 6)²/36 .= .1
Who is correct?
You used (6,5) as the center . . . and it's a vertex.
The two asymptotes intersect at the center.
. . 5x - 6y - 30 .= .0
. . 5x + 6y - 30 .= .0
Solve the system: the center is at (6,0).