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# Hyperbola

Hyperbola definition states that a line which has curve shape is known as Hyperbola or we can say that both focus (a fix Point) and directrix are always in the same ratio. It is just like a conic section. Conic section looks like a cone shape or a curve which has two branches which are obtained by the Intersection of plane and has both halves just like a Right Circular Cone. When we talk about the difference of distances from the given point then we find that distance is constant.
Now we will define hyperbola in detail:
For drawing the hyperbola in Math we have to follow some steps which are given below:
Step 1: First we take a Line Segment.
Step 2: Then we draw perpendicular to the Line Segment.
Step 3: Then we draw a focal point.
Step 4: If we want vertex then bisect the distance which is measured between line and focal point.
Step 5: Then we plot vertical lines of any distance and name the line as P, Q, R, S, T.
Step 6: Then we measure the distance from line segment to the point ‘P’.
Step 7: Then we measure the distance from line segment to the point ‘Q’ and repeat the same procedure till the last point.
Step 8: We draw the point from the line segment.
Step 9: At last we join all the points and we get hyperbola.
We have two curves which are not connected and these disconnected curves are known as arms or branches of hyperbola. The points of two disconnected curves are known as vertices of hyperbola, and the line which connects both curves is known as transverse axis or major axis of hyperbola.
When the transverse axis of the given hyperbola is aligned with the x – axis then the Equation of Hyperbola is:

⇒ x2 - y2 = 1;
P2      q2
This is equation of hyperbola.

## Equation of Hyperbola

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