show that x = sin t and y = sin (t + pi/6)

can be written in the form y = ax + b√1-x^2 stating the values of a and b

im really stuck

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- January 25th 2009, 02:43 PMsharp357converting parametric equations into cartesian form
show that x = sin t and y = sin (t + pi/6)

can be written in the form y = ax + b√1-x^2 stating the values of a and b

im really stuck - January 25th 2009, 02:49 PMJhevon
- January 25th 2009, 03:19 PMsharp357
hmmm, i think i can. thanks for the help