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Parabolic curve

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x=A*t

y=(x*t)^2



Where A = max X value



For example, if you want your parabolic curve to run from 0 to 4 on the x-coordinate, then the equation would be:



x=4*t

y=(x*t)^2
 

ram

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the equation of a parabolic curve in cartesian is

x = a * t * t

y = 2 * a * t



where a is a constant

i have tried and got it.

check it out
 

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