Pole and Polar of a Hyperbola
I. Introduction: The concepts of pole and polar are essential in geometry and are particularly useful when studying conic sections, including hyperbolas. Understanding these concepts provides insights into the geometric properties and relationships within a hyperbola.
II. Definitions:

Pole:
 The pole of a hyperbola with respect to a given point is the point where the polar line from that point intersects the auxiliary circle.

Polar:
 The polar of a point with respect to a hyperbola is the line connecting the pole of the hyperbola with that point.
III. Equation of a Hyperbola:
 The standard form of a hyperbola with a horizontal major axis is given by: $\frac{{x}^{2}}{{a}^{2}}\frac{{y}^{2}}{{b}^{2}}=1$ where $a$ is the semimajor axis and $b$ is the semiminor axis.
IV. Pole and Polar Formulas:

Pole Coordinates:
 The coordinates of the pole with respect to the hyperbola are given by $(\frac{{a}^{2}}{h},\frac{{b}^{2}}{k})$, where $(h,k)$ is the center of the hyperbola.

Polar Equation:
 The equation of the polar with respect to the hyperbola is given by: $\frac{xh}{{a}^{2}}\frac{yk}{{b}^{2}}=1$
V. Properties and Relationships:

Symmetry:
 The polar is symmetric with respect to the xaxis.

Geometric Interpretation:
 The pole and polar provide a geometric relationship between points on the hyperbola and the lines connecting the pole with those points.
VI. Application:
 Orthogonality:
 The polar of the center of the hyperbola is the xaxis, and the polar of a point on the hyperbola is orthogonal to the polar of its conjugate point.
VII. Example:
Consider the hyperbola $\frac{{x}^{2}}{16}\frac{{y}^{2}}{9}=1$.

Pole Coordinates:
 The center of the hyperbola is $(0,0)$, so the pole coordinates are $(0,0)$.

Polar Equation:
 The polar equation is $\frac{x\cdot 0}{16}\frac{y\cdot 0}{9}=1$, which simplifies to $0=1$.