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I have to take the derivative, but it specifically states that I must eliminate the Parametric to do so (I think as a way to check we can do this...oops)

I was thinking that I could turn the x into:

x=sint+1/cost and then I could go from there, the only problem is that I have no idea where to go.

If anyone has any ideas that would help me get this into a trig identity so I can solve for t, I would love it!

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# Homework Help: Parametric homework

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