For future reference, we generally write x[squared] as x^2.

x^2/9 - y^2/81 = 1

a = sqrt(9) = 3

b = sqrt(81) = 9

I'm sure you already know how to draw this hyperbola, but if not, I'll explain the basic process. You first create a point at the center (h,k), which in this case is (0,0). From this, you would place points "a" units left and right of (h,k) and "b" units above and below (h,k). Around these points you would draw a box, and through the verticies of this box you would draw your asymptotes.

The slope of your asymptotes is (+/-)m = (+/-)(rise)/(run) = (+/-)b/a. Since both asymptotes go through the point (h,k), you can draw the equation of both lines as such:

y - k = (+/-)b/a*(x - h) --> y - 0 = (+/-)9/3*(x - 0) --> y = 3x AND y = -3x

NOTE: This is ahorizontal hyperbola, which is why the slope ism =(+/-)b/a. If this were avertical hyperbola, the slope would bem =(+/-)a/b.