Hey guys How do i eliminate x in the following case: x = a sinx and y = b tan(x/2)? I could do the basic questions but I have no clue how to do this one. Thanx
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Originally Posted by xwrathbringerx Hey guys How do i eliminate x in the following case: x = a sinx and y = b tan(x/2)? I could do the basic questions but I have no clue how to do this one. Thanx I assume that x as an angle is not meant to be the same as x as a coordinate?? .... (1) .... (2) From equation (2): and assuming (why?) Substitute these two expressions into equation (1).
Hello, xwrathbringerx! Eliminate the parameter : . From (b) we have: . Square both sides: . . . . . .[1] From (a), we have: . .[2] Substitute [1] into [2]: . . . which simplifies to: . Therefore: .
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