# Calc AB

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eliminate the parameter and write a rectangular equation for

x=(t^2)+3
y=2t

• Calc AB -

from the 2nd, t = y/2
into the 1st:
x = (y^2/4 + 3
4x = y^2 + 12

looks like a parabola.

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