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Homework Help: Precalc

Posted by Grace on Friday, January 20, 2012 at 12:39am.

A hyperbola has this Cartesian equation:
-((x-2)/5)^2 + ((y+1)/3)^2 = 1

A. Find direction in which it opens.
Horizontal?

B. Find the coordinates of the center.
I think it's (-2,1) or (1,-2)?

C. Find the slopes of the asymptotes: m=+- ?

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