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Homework Help: Find area

  1. Apr 30, 2005 #1
    Help with paremetic

    I need help with these... I cant read them...


    [tex]\color{blue} a): \ \ \ \ \mathsf{ Eq \ for \ "x" \ indicates \ t_{1} = -t_{2} \ \ \ \ \ \ \ Eq \ for \ "y" \ uses \ next \ hint } [/tex]

    [tex]\color{blue} b): \ \ \ \ \frac { t_{1}^{3} \ - \ t_{2}^{3} } { t_{1} \ - \ t_{2} } \ = \ t_{1}^{2} \ + \ t_{1}t_{2} \ + \ t_{2}^{2} \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ( t_{1} \ \ne \ t_{2} )[/tex]

    [tex]\color{blue} c): \ \ \ \ (Answers) \ \longrightarrow \ \ (t_{1} \ = \ \sqrt{6}) \ \ and \ \ (t_{2} \ =\ -\sqrt{6})[/tex]

    edited to add "tex" by HallsofIvy
     
    Last edited by a moderator: May 1, 2005
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  3. Apr 30, 2005 #2
    wrap [tex] around each line, cuz thats just a mess.
     
  4. Apr 30, 2005 #3
    I wonder if there is something wrong on your computer
     
  5. Apr 30, 2005 #4
    [tex]\color{blue} a): \ \ \ \ \mathsf{ Eq \ for \ "x" \ indicates \ t_{1} = -t_{2} \ \ \ \ \ \ \ Eq \ for \ "y" \ uses \ next \ hint } [/tex]

    [tex]\color{blue} b): \ \ \ \ \frac { t_{1}^{3} \ - \ t_{2}^{3} } { t_{1} \ - \ t_{2} } \ = \ t_{1}^{2} \ + \ t_{1}t_{2} \ + \ t_{2}^{2} \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ( t_{1} \ \ne \ t_{2} )[/tex]

    [tex]\color{blue} c): \ \ \ \ (Answers) \ \longrightarrow \ \ (t_{1} \ = \ \sqrt{6}) \ \ and \ \ (t_{2} \ =\ -\sqrt{6}) [/tex]
     
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