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    parametric function

    if x = sin(2piet) and y = cos(2piet) and t = -1/6 what is dy/dx

    is the answer -sqrt(3)

    i got this from the formula dy/dx = (dy/dt) / (dx/dt)
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    Re: parametric function

    Yes it's correct.
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    Re: parametric function

    thanks alot
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