# How do you graph #y^2/16-x^2/4=1# and identify the foci and asympototes?

The foci are

And the asymptotes are

The graph is a hyperbola "opens up and down"

graph{(y/4)^2-(x/2)^2=1 [-40, 40, -20, 20]}

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