# Parametric Equations

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Convert to a rectangular equation by eliminating the parameter:
x=(1/t) y=2t+3

• Parametric Equations -

from x = 1/t ---> t = 1/x
from y = 2t+3 ---> t = (y-3)/2

1/x = (y-3)/2

xy - 3y = 2

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