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@DLS How do you know?
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I thought it would have been a circle
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\[\LARGE \frac{y^2}{4}\frac{x^2}{4}=1\]
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This is the general form of equation for a hyperbola.. For circle it is,(xa)^2+(ya)^2=1
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So in order to find what it is, you divide the sides by the 4? @DLS
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Is that how you find out which conics is which? Simply divide what is whatever the number is to both sides?
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You have to observe and have an idea about all the conics.
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