Q: The line segment that connects the two vertices of a hyperbola is called?

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I believe it may be called a diagonal.

this is called a vertices.

You maybe thinking of its line of symmetry or point of contact

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it is called a diagonal.

I believe it may be called a diagonal.

A segment connecting any two non-adjacent vertices in a polygon is called

A line segment connecting two vertices of a polygon is called an edge if the vertices are adjacent to one another. Otherwise it is called a diagonal.

A line segment joining two adjacent vertices of a polygon is called an edge or a side. A line segment joining two non-adjacent vertices is called a diagonal.

this is called a vertices.

You maybe thinking of its line of symmetry or point of contact

Adjacent vertices: side Non-adjacent: diagonal

Well a triangle has 3 sides and vertices.