Is it possible to from a cubic Bezier curve (B) first calculate t as a function of x, and then y as a function of t?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am currently using:

[itex]B(t) = (1-t)^{3} \cdot P_{0} + 3(1-t)^{2} \cdot P_{1} + 3(1-t)^{2} \cdot P_{2} + t^{3}P_{3}[/itex]

; which works just fine to model several curves I need to use in my calculations, however, I would need to be able to calculate y as a function of x, as opposed to B as a function of t.

Is it possible? Simple rearranging doesn't seem to be possible.

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# Bezier curve, y(x)

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