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Babyslapmafro

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Please help me understand the following problem. Calc III: Intro to vector-valued functions. I am asked to describe the graph of the equation. r=(3-2t)+5tj

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  1. Babyslapmafro
    • 2 years ago
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    I am not sure what steps are required to picture this function mentally...

  2. across
    • 2 years ago
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    A two-dimensional vector function is defined as follows \[ \textbf{r}(t)=f(t)\mathbf{i}+g(t)\mathbf{j}. \]What you gave us is not a vector function.

  3. Babyslapmafro
    • 2 years ago
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    The title of the section is "introduction to vector-valued functions". I never claimed the equation was a vector-valued function.

  4. across
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    Your function makes no sense.

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