Given the parametric equations below, eliminate the parameter t to obtain an equation for y as a function of x x(t) = 2sqrt(t) y(t) = 6t+3 y(x) = ?

Given the parametric equations below, eliminate the parameter t to obtain an equation for y as a function of x x(t) = 2sqrt(t) y(t) = 6t+3 y(x) = ?

A baseball player hits the ball at a 28° angle with an initial speed of 103 feet per second. The bat is 4 feet from the ground at the time of impact. Write a set of parametric equations to model the...

corporation lease a fleet of 12 airplanes, 220 passenger capacity, 3 available types, x-carry 10 passengers, y- carry 15 passengers, z- carries 20 passengers

Calc 1 Homework Problem

Calc 1 Homework Question

Given the parametric equations x = 4/(t+3)^2 and y = 12/t+3, find the value of parameter t if dy/dx =9

Find the parametric equations for the line through C and the midpoint of AB: A(−4,−3,−5) B(4,3,−1) C(3,−1,−1)

x= sin(1/2)θ y=cos(1/2)θ -pi≤θ≤pi Im not understanding the interval and how this graph is going to look like.

the answers must have the parametric form for x and for y.

x= from 1 to t ∫ cos(u)/u du , y= from 1 to y ∫ sin (u)/u du

x= 5+2cos(πt) y=3+2sin(πt) 1≤t≤2 If the pi wasnt there, I know it would be (x-5/2)2 +(y-3/2)2 =1 ---> (x-5)2 + (y-3)2 = 4 center(5,3,)...

Could anyone help me transform these parametric equations into Cartesian ones? I cant seem to get the right answer as the book

It is from CALC2 chapter parametric functions. While determine the arc length of a function involving parametric equations, why do we check for the derivative of x to be greater than...

Convert the following parametric equations to a rectangular equation: x=2cos2t y=2sin2t ...

Rewrite the given parametric equations in Cartesian form: x(t)2t-1 y(t)=t+4 A. y=(1/2)x+(7/2) B. y=(1/2)x+(9/2) C. y=2x-1 D. x+4

Find the parametric equations and the symmetric equations for the line. The line of intersection of the planes x + 2y +3z = 1 and x - y + z = 1. Please explain...

At what points does the curve r(t) = ti + (4t − t^2)k intersect the paraboloid z = x^2 + y^2? (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) smaller t-value (x, y, z) =...

Rewrite the complex number in rectangular form, a + bi. z=(sqrt 2)cis(105 deg)=?

Y=(t+3)/t x= 8/square root of "t"

Find the quotient of the complex numbers: 2*(sqrt 3)(cos(116 deg)+isin(116 deg))/2(cos(82 deg)+isin(82 deg))