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Homework Help: 3unit maths

Posted by TRACY-888 on Monday, April 6, 2009 at 5:23am.

Find the equation of the chord of the parabola joining the points with parameters
(a)1 and -3 on x=2t, y=t^2
(b)1/2 and 2 on x=4t, y=2t^2
(c)-1 and -2 on x=t, y=1/2t^2
(d)-2 and 4 on x=1/2t^2, y=1/4t^2
Then use the formula y=1/2(p+q)x-apq to obtain the chords in parts (a)-(d)

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