Eliminate the parameter. x = t^2 + 1, y = t^2 - 1

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Eliminate the parameter. x = t^2 + 1, y = t^2 - 1

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from x = t^2 +1, t^2 =??
-1
redo!! where is your x?

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x = t^2 + 1 t^2 = x-1 sorry lol I rushed a bit
same as y , from y =t^2 -1, t^2 =?
t^2 = y+1
hence x-1 = y +1, or y = ??
i believe its y = x-2 then
dat sit!! you got it
awesome thanks, can you help with a few more?
not sure before seeing the problem.
ok here: Eliminate the parameter. x = 5t, y = t + 8
do the same, isolate t for both x and y, let them equal and done.
ok I am going to do it tell me if its right
t = x/5 t = y-8 correct?
yup
then x/5 = y-8 y = x/5 + 8 is that it?
yup
easy, right?
ok I have two more but I want to work them and then run them by if thats ok

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