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Hyperbolas
Simple Hyperbola, in the form y = ^{A}/_{x} and y = ^{A}/_{Bx} Remember to define the Domain if you write the equation for part of a Hyperbola graph. AND define the 'x' value not defined for the vertical asymptote eg x ≠3 
Class notes, Blank notes  Daves notes  Worksheet Ex11.01 
p45, 
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Translated Hyperbola
Sketching hyperbolas in the form y = ^{A}/_{(x+B)} + C 
Ex11.02, Ex11.03 
p46, p47 
Hyperbola
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A negative
multiplier inverts the graph about the horizontal asymptote
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Adding a
constant vertically translates the hyperbola graph
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Adding a
constant to x horizontally translates the hyperbola graph
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Horizontal
and vertical shifts can be combined
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