the vertical and horizontal positions of a zip line cable are represented by the following parametric equations. Rewrite the parametric equations by elimination the the parameter.
x(t)= 3t + 4
y(t) = 5t
a) y = 1/3x+19/3
b) y= 19  3x
c) y= 2x + 9
d) y= 5x
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from x(t)= 3t + 4
3t = x4
t = (x4)/3
in y = 5t
= 5  (x4)/3
= (15  x + 4)/3
= 19/3  x/3 < one of your choices 👍
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