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# Solved: Multiple descriptions Which of the following

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Problem 64E

Multiple descriptions Which of the following parametric equations describe the same curve?a. x = 2t2, y = 4 + t; ?4

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Solution 64EStep 1:a. Given: Putting in , we get Also which gives us b. Given: Putting in , we getAlso which gives us c. Given: Putting in , we getAlso which gives us Hence all the parametric equations describes the same curve.

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