Hello,

This is a question from a past exam. Any help would be appreciated. What does x(t) and y(t) mean here? http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/9532/bigproblem.th.jpg

Thanks

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- Oct 20th 2009, 06:37 PMigodspeedFinding the limit
Hello,

This is a question from a past exam. Any help would be appreciated. What does x(t) and y(t) mean here? http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/9532/bigproblem.th.jpg

Thanks - Oct 20th 2009, 06:41 PMmr fantastic
- Oct 20th 2009, 06:48 PMigodspeed
If i had to solve just the first part, how would i solve it.

- Oct 20th 2009, 06:54 PMmr fantastic
- Oct 20th 2009, 06:58 PMigodspeed
What i did was i substituted y for x and so i got x to the power of 4 and on the bottom i have x squared and x to 6 then when i find the limit, the ans is zero. is this wrong? then on the second one i did the same for y as x=y.

- Oct 20th 2009, 07:02 PMmr fantastic
- Oct 20th 2009, 08:28 PMigodspeed
ok i solved it. now i got the value for m and n so could can i write it parametically? 2rd question?

- Oct 20th 2009, 08:54 PMmr fantastic