# SOLUTION: what is the length of the transverse axis of the hyperbola defined by the equation (y+3)^2/7^2- (x+3)^2/3^2=1

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 Question 624475: what is the length of the transverse axis of the hyperbola defined by the equation (y+3)^2/7^2- (x+3)^2/3^2=1Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi, what is the length of the transverse axis of the hyperbola defined by the equation (y+3)^2/7^2- (x+3)^2/3^2=1 length of the transverse axis = 14, the distance between the vertices along x = -3 Standard Form of an Equation of an Hyperbola opening up and down is: with C(h,k) and vertices 'b' units up and down from center, 2b the length of the transverse axis Foci units units up and down from center, along x = h & Asymptotes Lines passing thru C(h,k), with slopes m = ± b/a Standard Form of an Equation of an Hyperbola opening right and left is: with C(h,k) and vertices 'a' units right and left of center, 2a the length of the transverse axis Foci are units right and left of center along y = k & Asymptotes Lines passing thru C(h,k), with slopes m = ± b/a ```