# precalculus

sketch the curve represented by the parametric equations. Then eliminate and write the corresponding rectangular equation whose graph represents the curve.

x=(√t2+2)
y=t/4

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1. square both equations
x^2=t^2+2 and
16y^2=t^2

x^2=16y^2+2

x^2-(4y)^2=2

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