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Identifying Conics. Put equation in standard form and graph.
9x^2-4y^2-90x+189=0

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    9(x^2-10x+25-25)-4y^2+189=0
    9(x-5)^2-225-4y^2+189=0
    9(x-5)^2-4y^2=36
    (x-5)^2/2^2 - y^2/3^2=1 hyperbola

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