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# Classifying a Quadric Surface In Exercises 35-48, classify the quadric surface. See z = y 2 − x 2 9

To determine

The quadric surface of equation y2x29=z.

Explanation

Given Information:

y2x29=z

Consider the provided equation,

y2x29=z

The above equation is similar to the equation of hyperbolic paraboloid.

Standard form of hyperbolic parabolic

x2a2y2b2=zc

Where a, b, c are parameters of quadric surface.

Consider the given equation

y2x29=z

Now, multiply above equation with 1 on both sides:

x2

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