# Finding the equation of a hyperboloid

by RKOwens4
Tags: equation, hyperboloid
 P: 1,089 Use $$(\frac{x}{2})^{2} + (\frac{y}{4})^{2} - (\frac{z}{c})^{2} = 1$$ and simply subsistute your points where, $$Z \neq 0$$ and from there you should be able to compute c. Spoiler $$c = \pm \frac{7}{\sqrt{3}} \approx \pm 4.041$$