Tutoring Precalculus, Hyperbolas

We mostly looked at hyperbolas.

For the equations, one term (x or y squared) is positive and the other is negative. The graph will be either vertical for positive y or horizontal for positive x.

h,k are the center. The asymptotes will go through the center.

Sometimes associating something with an image can help. I thought of b/a corresponding with the letter b and being horizontal.

For factoring cubic equations, if you have one zero, you can divide using that information and then get to a quadratic function.

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