Determine whether the equation defines y as a function of x. If it does, state y as a function of x x^2 + 9y^2 =1 y=?

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Determine whether the equation defines y as a function of x. If it does, state y as a function of x x^2 + 9y^2 =1 y=?

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Are you to rearrange the equation so that "y" is by itself?
i think so
If so, subtract x^2 from both sides. Then divide both sides by 9. Afterwards, find the square root. Simple algebra.

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not simple, which is why i need help.
\[y=(+/-)\sqrt{x^2-9}\]
/9 i mean
nevermind.
Looks about it. Is everything on the right side divided by 9? Or just whats in the square root?
\[y=(+/-)\sqrt{(1-x^2)/9}\]
Ok. Looks good.
I'm still iffy on whether or not this is what's required for this question.
y as a function of x: y(x) =
Ok. If that's what you want. Good job.

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