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Find T, N and kappa r(t) = (2t+3)i +(5t^2)j
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help differentiating. please show all steps.
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r1=(cos(t))i+(sin(t))j r2 = (cos(2t))i+(sin(2t))j
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There are 4 points in space: A(0,0,1), B(2,2,0), C(5,2,12), and D(3,4,11). Is ABCD a parallelogram? Justify your answer.
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Convert the polar equation to a Cartesian equation:
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find the length of the curve x=t^3, y=3t^2/2, 0<t<sqrt(3)
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Now consider the same sky diver jumping out of a faster airplane. At some point before she reaches her terminal velocity, she has velocity V…
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integral from 0 to pi/15 of xtan^2(5x) dx
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