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Show that the point [tex](p, 4p^{2})[/tex] lies on the curve [tex]y = 4x^{2}[/tex] for all real values of p.
I'm not at all sure how to go about answering this. I know that substituting p into [tex]y = 4x^{2}[/tex] satisfies the equation. Is that enough?, or I'm not looking at this deep enough. Any hint(s) appreciated.
Thanks.
I'm not at all sure how to go about answering this. I know that substituting p into [tex]y = 4x^{2}[/tex] satisfies the equation. Is that enough?, or I'm not looking at this deep enough. Any hint(s) appreciated.
Thanks.