Write a Proof
Hey! I would like assistance in writing a proof (step by step) to show the distance between a vertex and a covertex is the SAME as the distance between the center and a focus for hyperbolas. In simpler terms, why is x=y? I would really appreciate an illustration to go with the answer of some sort, and will pay however much is needed for the best possible answer.
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Can you increase it :) I will show a proof ! Thanks
Ok!
Sorry it looks like I cant add to a question's total bounty if it has already been accepted to be answered.
thank you so much!!
Welcome, it would be great if you accept the answer if you are satisfied. Thanks
Oops! My bad first time using the site
thank you so much