An hyperbola is a set of points such that the absolute difference to two fixed points (the foci) is constant, usually denoted by 2a.
Here are the common conventions for the hyperbola bins.
Bins in Two Dimensions
- The ContourPlot method plots the hyperbola in blue.
- The center is the purple point.
- The two vertices are the blue points.
- The two foci are the black points.
- The two directrices are the dark green dashed lines.
- The two latus rectums are the brown dashed line segments.
- The two end points of the conjugate axis are the dark gray points.
- The two asymptotes of the hyperbola are the gray dashed lines.
- You can manually zoom out of the graph.
- Hyperbola by Center and Semiaxes in 2D
- Hyperbola by Coefficients in 2D
- Hyperbola by Foci and Semiaxis in 2D
- Hyperbola by Foci and Vertices in 2D