Find the length of the parametric curve defined over the given interval
$x=3t-6,y=6t+1,0\le t\le 1$

Tyra
2021-09-14
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Find the length of the parametric curve defined over the given interval
$x=3t-6,y=6t+1,0\le t\le 1$

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