# Hyperbolas Help : Videos | Worksheets | Word Problems

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# Hyperbolas

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# Homework Help Questions

• x2 - 4y2+4x+32y-96=0
• The asymptotes of a hyperbol are given by the equation 4x - y = -16 and 4x + y = -8. Find the equation of the hyperbola if one of the foci is located at (-3 - √17, 4).
• Find the standard form of the equation of the hyperbola with the given characteristics.

vertices: (0, ±4)   foci: (0, ±5)
• 4. Two radio transmitters positioned 400 miles apart along the shore send simultaneous signals to a ship that is 250 miles offshore, sailing parallel to the shoreline.  The signal from transmitter A reaches the ship 300 microseconds before the signal from transmitter B.  The signals travel at a speed of 186,000 miles per second, or 0.186 mile per microsecond.  Find the equation of the hyperbola with foci A and B on which the ship is located