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first of all Can you see whether the point given is ON the circle? If so can you work out the slope of the line from th ecentre to the point?....
yeah the point given is on the circle, but from here Im not sure where to start or go.
so what is the slope of the radius from the centre to that point? |dw:1434550103103:dw|
is it 5?
no - that is the radius .|dw:1434550282792:dw| slope is y2-y1/x2-x1 centre is (0,0)
3/4 then okey
I chose 3 as x2 and 0 and x1 same thing for y values. This should give me the new equation to y=3/4*x+ 25, Yes?
no first - you have done x/y but the gradient is y/x so the gradient of the radius is 4/3 Now you need toknow that a tangent is always perpendicular to a radius at the point - so what do you know about gradient of perpendicular lines?
sorry i didnt quite understand the last part, the book is in english but we are examined in swedish so there is a lot of translations I need to do. So u are asking me where the gradient of the lines meet?
The slope of the radius is 4/3 But it asks for the equation of the tangent at that point. I have told you that a tangent is perpendicular to the radius (this is probably the key point for solving this question) So if the radius has slope 4/3 do you know haw to work out the slope of a line that is perpendicular to it?
No I do not know how to calculate the slope of that line...hmmm
it is a basic property of straight lines. Can I ask you to research it - google it or refer to your book? There is a simple relationship between lines which are perpendicular. You will need to know it for other work on straight lines. Please post it when you have found it out :-)
The thing is Im studying for calc 2, Ive dont everything properly, chapter discusses implicit differenttiation, suddenly an exercise like this shows up, I dont have any examples on this current chapter to back up on how to calculate such a thing, hence I dont know anything bout it, now atleast.
If a line has slope m then a line which is perpendicular has slope -1/m so the radius has slope 4/3 what is the slope of the perpendicular tangent?
OK good so now this is your question: |dw:1434552220146:dw| What is the equation of that line in y =mx+b form...?
BTW - maths in th erela world does not come in 'subjects' this is not calc, but you should still be able to do straight lines
y=-3/4x+25, got it, But Im really confused why they didnt bring up any examples or anything related to slopes and graphs, it was kind of a off chance exercise since its end of block part on the chapter.
I will think about that, thanks for the help and ur patience :)
y=-3/4x+25 I don't think tat is correct (the 25 is wrong)
4 = -3 (3)/4 +b