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(1/sqrt(4t²+1), 2t/sqrt(4t²+1)) gives a unit tangent to the curve y=x^2 at point (t,t^2).

Viewing the vector as velocity, shouldn't I be able to integrate it and get a parameterization for y=x^2?

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# I Integrating a velocity vector

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