What would you like to do?

# Define asymotote and explain the relationship between a hyperbola and its asymptotes?

The asymptotes of a curve are straight lines such that, as one of
the curve's coordinates becomes infinitely large, the curve comes
infinitesimally close to the line without ever reaching it.

A hyperbola has two asymptotes which intersect at its centre of symmetry. These divide the coordinate plane into four segments and the two arms of the hyperbola are contained within diagonally opposite segments.

A hyperbola has two asymptotes which intersect at its centre of symmetry. These divide the coordinate plane into four segments and the two arms of the hyperbola are contained within diagonally opposite segments.

Was this answer useful?

# Define the asymptote of rectangular hyperbola?

An asymptote is a line that a curve approaches, getting closer and closer, but does not cross. Some definitions state that the curve may cross, but may not cross an infinite n…umber of times. In the case of a rectangular hyperbole, the asymptotes are parallel or equal to the X and Y axes.

# What are the followings-hyberbola-asymptotes of hyperbola-centre of hyperbola-conjugated diameter of hyperbola-diameter of hyperbola-directrices of hyperbola-eccentricity of hyperbola?

Asymptotes are the guidelines that a hyperbola follows. They form an X and the hyperbola always gets closer to them but never touches them. If the transverse axis of your …hyperbola is horizontal, the slopes of your asymptotes are + or - b/a. If the transverse axis is vertical, the slopes are + or - a/b. The center of a hyperbola is (h,k). I don't know what the rest of your questions are, though.

# There is a relationship between the in the hyperbola's equation and the equations for the hyperbola's asymptotes?

denominators

# What mathematical relationship between variables is suggested by a graph showing a hyperbola?

Inverse

# How many asymptotes does a hyperbola have?

A hyperbola has 2 asymptotes. www.2dcurves.com/conicsection/â€‹conicsectionh.html

# Define opportunity cost and explain its relationship to comparative advantage?

Opportunity costs is the highest valued alternative that must be given up to engage in an activity. Comparative advantage is the ability of an individual, a firm, or an countr…y to produce a good or service at a lower opportunity cost than competitors.

# Explain the relationship between HOW and HOC?

Ok, HOW is Heat-Of Work. That's 18Btu/lb And HOC is Heat-Of Compression. That's 20Btu/lb.

# Explain the difference between the constant of a hyperbola and the constant of an ellipse?

For any point on a hyperbola, the difference between the distance from the point to one focus, and the distance from the point to the other focus, is equal to a constant. … In contrast, for an ellipse it is the sum of these distances that is a constant

# The graph of the equation below is a hyperbola What are the slopes of the hyperbolas asymptotes?

7/12 and 7/12 is the answer

# What explains the relationships between colors?

It is ether Rgb color theories, the color wheel, the temperatyure groupings, or the primary and secondary color categories

# Explain the relationship between karma and samsara?

Samasra is creating because of karma

# Explaine the Relationship between a lord and a vassal?

a vassal owed aleigance to his lord

Answered

# Explain the relationship between personality and perception?

personality shapes one's perception people with different personalities have different perceptions of the world, themselves, and other people for example, a nice person mi…ght treat others differently than a mean person

Answered

In Geometry

# Find an equation for the hyperbola with foci and asymptotes?

find the constant difference for a hyperbola with foci f1 (5,0) and f2(5,0) and the point on the hyperbola (1,0).

Answered

In Computers

# The relationship between data is defined in the?

logical level

Answered

In Geometry

# What is the relationship between the hyperbola equation and the equation for the hyperbola asymptotes?

If the equation of a hyperbola is ( xÂ˛ / aÂ˛ ) - ( yÂ˛ / bÂ˛ ) = 1, then the joint of equation of its Asymptotes is ( xÂ˛ / aÂ˛ ) - ( yÂ˛ / bÂ˛ ) = 0. Note that these… two equations differ only in the constant term. ____________________________________________ Happy To Help ! ____________________________________________

Answered

In Calculus

# How many asymptote does a hyperbola have?

two