anonymous
  • anonymous
draw the vector field F=xi+yj at sampling points on the circle x^2+y^2=1
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  • anonymous
draw the vector field F=xi+yj at sampling points on the circle x^2+y^2=1
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tkhunny
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You can conduct an experiment. 1) Go find some little kid's ROUND swimming pool. 2) Make sure it's on a level surface. 3) Fill it with water. 4) Suddenly remove ALL the walls - simultaneously. Where will the water go? Will it go one direction more than another. Will some direction go faster than another? Note: I do not actually recommend destroying little kid's (or anyone else's) personal property OR making them cry.
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all should have unit length.

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