# How do you find the coordinates of the vertices and foci and the equations of the asymptotes for the hyperbola #(y+6)^2/20-(x-1)^2/25=1#?

Given:

vertices:

foci:

asymptotes:

This is a good reference for Hyperbolas

Write the given equation in the same form as equation [1]:

The vertices are:

The foci are:

The equations of the asymptotes are:

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