# Math

Find an equation of the hyperbola with its center at the origin.

vertices:(3,0)(-3,0)
Foci (5,0)(-5,0)

My answer was x^2/3 - y^2/22 = 1.

I do not know how to find a.

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1. Nevermind. I figured it out

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2. Ok then.

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