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**graph f(x,y) = 0 (ignore the in maple part plz!)**

NOTE: plz ignore the in maple part of this!

hi everyone, is there a quick way i can graph f(x,y) = 0 in maple? I've ran into this problem a couple of times where f cannot be separated very easily. Or are there any tricks to parametrize f in a such a way that I can graph x(t) and y(t)?

just for example, say i have something like (x+y)^2 = y, if i wanted a quick parametrization of x(t) and y(t), how might i go about that? hopefully a method that works well with complicated expressions.

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