slope when x=4cost and y=4sint and t=pi/62 years ago
Find the slope of the line tangent to the curve at t=(pi/6). Where x=4cost, y=4sint.
Find the slope of the line tangent to the curve at t=(pi/6). Where x=4cost, y=4si
find the slope of a tangent line to the parametric curve x(t) = 4t - 4sint, y(t) = 4-4cost when t=pi/4.
I have two calculus 3 questions help please 1)Find the curvature k(t) of the cur
is there a special way to solve x(t)=10t+4sint (x(t)=140) using your calculator? x(t)=10t+4sint=140 answer is t=13.
For the curvature of r(t)=(-4sint)i+(-4sint)j+(3cost)k, I used the equation k=|T
consider the parametric equations. x=4cost y=5sint -pi/2
in each case eliminate the parameter t to find a Cartesian relationship between x and y.
A particle is moving in the xy plane so that for all t: dx/dy = 4cost and dy/dt= sint.
Why does president Obama oppose many free trade arguments?\n\nWrite a paragraph o
Part A: Explain why we do not measure the rate at which water flows out through a showerhead in cubic meters per second? In your explanation, use reasoning
Can anyone check this summery about this story and maybe add some thing?
The domain of a function is\n\nThe set of all points on the function.\nThe set of all first elements of the function.
You observe a cell under a microscope and notice a cell wall. You conclude that t
Please help me with breaking down this story into a summary !!
Why does president Obama oppose many free trade arguments?
d and b?
If h(x) = 5 for the function h(x) = 2x + 1, what is the value of x?\n\n2\n11\n12