How do you graph r(t)=(tsint, tcost, tcost)?

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How do you graph r(t)=(tsint, tcost, tcost)?

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it looks to be a sphere of some sort
polar coordinated sphere maybe :)
I believe it is some sort of spiral.

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yeah....that thing...spiral :)
tsint and tcost are the elements of a flat spiral.... that 3rd element is just moving it along another axis i believe
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Actually it traces an expanding spiral that bounces between ever increasing z values. You can see that the radius it's turning at increases as t increases and the distance it travels in z also increases with t.
would it be a spiralling cone then?
what if you change the middle term to -tcost?
It's not a cone because the position on the z axis is oscillating back and forth across the xy plane.

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