I was looking at a chapter in my calculus book on parametric equations and I found the following exercise.

Graph:

$\displaystyle x=y-3y^3+y^5$

Usually I would just use the standard methods of calculus to graph the function $\displaystyle y=x-3x^3+x^5$, and then I would flip it over.

However, since it is in the chapeter on parametric equations, I figured there may be a clever way to parameterize this and graph it. However, I'm not seeing it.