converting parametric equasions to cartesian, slightly confused

I've missed a few days of class due to illness and have fallen behind a bit. There is homework due and I have figured everything out but this.

x(t)=e^7t

y(t)=e^4t

I have completely forgotten how to get a variable out of the exponent... >_<

Re: converting parametric equasions to cartesian, slightly confused

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**Kisolv** I've missed a few days of class due to illness and have fallen behind a bit. There is homework due and I have figured everything out but this.

x(t)=e^7t

y(t)=e^4t

I have completely forgotten how to get a variable out of the exponent... >_<

hence :

Re: converting parametric equasions to cartesian, slightly confused

Another way: