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# The Equation Of The Hyperbola Referred To It Axes As Axes Of Coordinates Whose Latus Rectum Is 4 And Eccentricity Is 3, Is

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16x2 – 2y= 1

Given            …… (1),

e = 3                        ….. (2)

⇒ 2 = a (e2 – 1)

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#### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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