Posted by **Sarah** on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 8:22pm.

I'm extremely confused on what to do in part a of this question.

Consider the curve given by x=3sin(theta), y=1+2cos(theta), 0<=theta<=3pi/2

(a) Eliminate the parameter and find a Cartesian (Rectangular) equation for the curve.

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