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## The asymptotes of any hyperbola intersects at |

A. | on the directrix |

B. | on the axis |

C. | at focus |

D. | centre |

Answer» D. centre | |

Explanation: the asymptotes intersect at centre that is a midpoint of axis even for conjugate axis it is valid. along with the hyperbola asymptotes are also symmetric about both axes so they should meet at centre only. |

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