Vertical Hyperbola (Standard Equation)

Description

Hyperbola is the set of all points in the plane, such that the absolute value of the difference of each of the distances from two fixed points is constant. These fixed points “F1” and “F2” are called the “foci”. On the vertical hyperbola lie on Y-Y’ axis. The standard equation of a hyperbola relates (Xv,Yv) vertex coordinates to the coordinates of a point on the hyperbola, the half the distance between the two arms of the hyperbola measured along the major axis and the half distance between the asymptotes along a line tangent to the hyperbola at a vertex. The vertical hyperbola’s branches would open upwards and downwards

Related formulas

Variables

yCoordinate of a point of the hyperbola on Y axe (m)
YvOrdinate of the vertex of the hyperbola (m)
bHalf the distance between the asymptotes along a line tangent to the hyperbola at a vertex (m)
xCoordinate of a point of the hyperbola on X axe (m)
XvAbscissa of the vertex of the hyperbola (m)
aHalf the distance between the two arms of the hyperbola measured along the major axis (m)