A point P lies on the hyperbola (x^2/)36 - (y^2)/16 = 1. The distance from P to one focus is 7. What is the distance from P to the other focus?

Determine if the graph of the equation below is a parabola, circle, ellipse, hyperbola, point, line, two lines, or empty.

x^2-50y^2-10x+25=0.

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Guest Nov 23, 2019

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1. If F_1 and F_2 are the foci, then PF_1 - PF_2 = 10, so the distance from P to the other focus is 17.

Guest Nov 24, 2019

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A point P lies on the hyperbola (x^2/)36 - (y^2)/16 = 1. The distance from P to one focus is 7. What is the distance from P to the other focus?

Determine if the graph of the equation below is a parabola, circle, ellipse, hyperbola, point, line, two lines, or empty.

x^2-50y^2-10x+25=0.

Omi67 Nov 24, 2019

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