Pre-Calculus Help?

Jimmy wants to rewrite the set of parametric equations x = 1/2 T + 3 and y = 2T - 1 in rectangular form by eliminating T. Which of the following equations would help him to eliminate T.

A) t = 2(x-3)
B) t = 2(x+3)
C) t = y-1 / 2
D) t = 2(y+1)

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  1. 6 consecutive posts dealing with the same topic without any indication of work on your part.
    What are your difficulties with this assignment or homework.
    Are you just expecting us to do the work for you?

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  2. Im just doing corrections so i can understand how to properly do it Reiny

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  3. Then post your attempts.

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  4. my answer is A

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  5. correct

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