show that equation x=t^3+t^2, y=t^2+t can also be written as y^3=x^2+xy also, find the gradient from this equation
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Originally Posted by Rose Wanjohi show that equation x=t^3+t^2, y=t^2+t can also be written as y^3=x^2+xy also, find the gradient from this equation I'm not sure how you'd prove it but you can use the chain rule to find the gradient:
i have tried that but it won't work how about simplifying LHS and RHS interms of t no no changed my mind any other suggestions?
Originally Posted by Rose Wanjohi show that equation x=t^3+t^2, y=t^2+t can also be written as y^3=x^2+xy also, find the gradient from this equation and Differentiating both sides of to get so and .
Hello, Rose! Show that function: . .can be written: . Substitute into [2]: . Multiply by
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