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Precal S2 Day 36 ­ Plane Curves & Parametric Models.notebook1March 01, 2018Memory Quiz #8Get out one clean sheet of paper and a pencil, and be ready to startMemory Quiz #8 at the bell.You will need a calculator today, so if you do not have one, pleasecheck one out while I am checking homework.
Precal S2 Day 36 ­ Plane Curves & Parametric Models.notebook2March 01, 2018Parametric Functions & Plane CurvesLast time, we defined parametric equations as a pair of functions forxandygiven in terms of the parametert.To change an equation from parametric form to rectangular form:Solve the simpler equation fort(if you can't tell which is simpler, justuse thexequation)Substitute the result for thetin the other equationSimplify (and isolateyif possible)There are usually multiple ways to write a pair of parametric equations fora given rectangular equation. The simplest way to write a pair ofparametric equations for a function ofyin terms ofxis to make oneequationx=t, and then substitutetforx

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Term
Fall
Professor
Sir Naveed
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Counting, Parametric Equations, Parametric equation, Plane Curves, Parametric Models notebook

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