how do you find the foci of a hyperbola??

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how do you find the foci of a hyperbola??

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look at it real close like
it is the distance from the directix to the ...something or another
do you add the c value to the x of the center point, then subtract it from the x value??

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if you have an equation i can show you better; or i can try to draw it
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x^2 y^2 --- - ---- = 1 ; hyperbola equation of this a^2 b^2
the center is (1, -3) yes
the same info when it opens up.down except that the x^2 and y^2 change sports
spots even lol
ok well the y is first so does it open down?

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