a) sketch curve b) find a rectangular coordinate equation for the curve by eliminating the perimeter x=sec(t), y=tan(t), 0

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a) sketch curve b) find a rectangular coordinate equation for the curve by eliminating the perimeter x=sec(t), y=tan(t), 0

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I simplified x into x= 1/cos(t) and y = sin(t)/cos(t) then y = [sin(t)][1/cos(t)]
then plugged x into y and got y=sint(x)
eem..I got confused on that second part there because there's lots of ='s xD yeah the first part is easy

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ok, line by line y^2 = tan^2 t , ok?
right
yup
yeah.aah I see.
ok, last line is obvious. right?
Yep!!
well the sec^2t= x^2 makes sense
how you got to x^2-1=y^2 I don't know.
how cannot? y^2 +1 = x^2 just -1 both sides
Oooh sorry, i had written it wrong on my paper. k.
it could also be written x^2-y^2=1 right?
sure
then we just plug in numbers for x and find y.
Kk's thanks! :)
hihihi... tip for a) x^2 -y^2 =1 is a hyperbola with the center at origin
Oo that is helpful.
Hold up, how do I find the perimeter?
like they give me 0

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