Posted by **Tye** on Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 7:48pm.

I was given the equation (y-2)^2 - x^2 =1 and asked to locate the center, vertices,and asymptotes. ifound the center to be (0,2) and the verticies are(0,1)and (0,3). but I'm not sure how to find the asymptotes. Could you please help me find them and explain the process. Thanks for your time

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