Posted by **Alex** on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 12:20pm.

Given: y^2+h^2=1

Find h as a function of y. If expression for dy/dx includes h, substitute the expression in terms of y for h. Write dy/dx in terms of y only.

Show that x=[(1+sqrt(1-y^2))/y]-sqrt(1-y^2) satisfies the differential equation you found to prove this equation generates the curve.

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