y=t+cost x=t+sint(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dy/dt=1-sint dx/dt=1+cost

dy/dx= (dy/dt).(dt/dx)

= (1-sint).1/(1+cost) = (1-sint)/(1+cost)

= 1-tant

and how do i get from there to the second order differential?

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# Homework Help: Have i done this parametric differentiation right?

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