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Homework Help: Math help

Posted by Jake on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 3:21am.

Sketch the graph: (x+2)^2/25-(y+4)^2/25=1

I don't understand this at all! When I tried graphing it I just had two lines going through the center, which is (-2,-4). But it should be a hyperbola, right? Could anyone help me?

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