# How do you write a standard form equation for the hyperbola with asymptotes are at y= 1/2 x and y= -1/2x. The hyperbolas vertices are at (-3,0) and (3,0)?

##### 1 Answer

Jan 20, 2017

#### Explanation:

If A1=9 and A2 =0 are the equations to the asymptotes, the quation

to the family of hyperbolas with thesr aymptotes is

Here, it is

(y-x/2)(y+x/2)= c

The parameter value for the member of this family that has the

vertices A( 3, 0) and A'(-3, 0) is given by

Now, the equation is in the standard form

See the asymptotes-inclusive RH in the graph.

graph{(x^2-y^2-9/4)(x^2-y^2/4)=0 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}