If the equation of a hyperbola is x^2/a^2 – y^2/b^2 =1 then a^2 must be greater than or equal to b^2 Give a counterexample to th

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If the equation of a hyperbola is x^2/a^2 – y^2/b^2 =1 then a^2 must be greater than or equal to b^2

Give a counterexample to the statement above.

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    If the equation of a hyperbola is x^2/a^2 – y^2/b^2 =1 then a^2 must be greater than or equal to b^2

    Give a counterexample to the statement above.

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