Lori C. answered • 12/03/17

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Solve either x or y or z for t. Plug that into the other equation(s)

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asked • 12/03/17Is there a formula that, upon entering a parametric equation, can output the Cartesian solution to that parametric equation? I ask because some parametric equations are impossible to convert using standard methods, such as (t*e^t,t).

If there was one, what would be it's implications? In other words, what could be done in mathematics, that cannot already be done, with such an equation?

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Lori C. answered • 12/03/17

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Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus

Solve either x or y or z for t. Plug that into the other equation(s)

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