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umm, i follow the circle, x^2+y^2=4, radius 2, but what's your other equation? what's the H?
hiperbola...
y = 1/x put this in the first equation you get a 4th degree equation in x solve it like a quadratic for x^2. from x^2 get x
oh, hyperbola, but that's not standard format
y = 1/x put this in the first equation you get a 4th degree equation in x solve it like a quadratic for x^2. from x^2 get x
a hyperbola is in the form of (x/a)^2-(y/b)^2=1
note : without solving it from the symmetry of the problem you can probably say that x = y
i know...O.o tht's y i don't have the idea how to solve it
jester: that is one of the standard formats ....it's called a rectangular hyperbola
from what i can tell, you have an equilateral hyperbola rotated 45 degrees
jester: that is one of the standard formats ....it's called a rectangular hyperbola
I see thank you druvidfae
@druvidfae thnx :):):)
jester: that is one of the standard formats ....it's called a rectangular hyperbola
@roadjester thnx :)
what do you plan to do after 12th grade
university maybe finance...idk...hard 2 decide :(:(
huh? I'm a sophomore in college
do u guys know each other?
no...thats why i'm asking her what she wants to do
I think we live in different continents....
whr r u 2 from?
what course are you taking in college
CA United States
note that was to road*
If I had submitted my AP Calc scores, then I should be taking advanced calculus, but I'm lazy
aha :) and u druvidfae?
you can't be lazy because you're spending extra time trying to learn your subjects
one moment while i post my question, which was my original intent but decided to answer some questions instead.
again...though i'm completely a degree in computer science engineering I love all fields and branches of science
*completing
will u take a look at my q. plssssss ^_^

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