Eliminating a Parameter In Exercises 39-42, eliminate the parameter and obtain the standard form of the rectangular equation.
To calculate: The rectangular equation of an ellipse by the elimination of the parametric
equations given as .
The parametric equations of the ellipse are .
The trigonometric identity .
The given parameter equations are .
In the equation ;
Similarly, in the equation ;
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