# Pre-Cal

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how do we put x^2-2y^2=4 into a standard equation???

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the only thing I would do it divide by 4

(x^2)/4 - (y^2)/4 = 1

so, hyperbola with a = 2, b=2

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ok thanks just making sure..

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