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    plotting parametric graph

    hi, i m a newbie in desmos graphing software, and i m wondering how to do parametric graphing there.
    for your convenience here's my equations

    p=p(t)=k(sinh (t)-t)

    r=r(t)=1/3*k(sinh(t)-8sinh(0.5t)+3t)

    now how can i plot
    p=p(r) and

    r=r(p)
    ? anyone plz help me
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    Re: plotting parametric graph

    You can read the user guide (PDF) by clicking on the question mark in the top-right corner and selecting Desmos User Guide.

    Just enter the following:

    ((1/3)*k(\sinh (t)-8\sinh (0.5t)+3t),k(\sinh (t)-t))

    Below the equation a message appears offering to add a slider for $k$ (since it's a free variable). After clicking $k$, another message appears below the equation saying "domain: $0\le t\le 1$". Clicking it allows selecting the interval where $t$ ranges.
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    Re: plotting parametric graph

    thanks a lot..that helps
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