Parametric Equations – Finding The Gradient \u0026 Cartesian Equation Of The Curve – Casio fx-CG50
Parametric Equations – Finding The Gradient \u0026 Cartesian Equation Of The Curve – Casio fx-CG50

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You want to use a graphing calculator or a computer to reproduce the picture. Knowing that a circle in the rectangular (Cartesian) form x^2 + y^2 = r^2 is equivalent to the parametric form: X = r cos(t), y = r sin(t), list a set of parametric equations that you need in parametric form: X = f(t) and y = g(t). Then try it on your calculator. (4 pts)
2) Discuss with others whether it worked for you. Include a picture. What did you use? (2 pts)

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You want to use a graphing calculator or a computer to reproduce the picture. Knowing that a circle in the rectangular Cartesian form is y^2 = r^2, which is equivalent to the parametric form: x = r cos(t), y = r sin(t).

1) List a set of parametric equations that you need in parametric form:x = f(t) and y = g(t), then try it on your calculator. (4 pts)

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Parametric equationsYou want to use a graphing calculator or computer to reproduce the picture.Knowing that a circle in the rectangular (Cartesian) form x^2 + y^2 = 72 is equivalent to the parametric form: X = cos(t), Y = sin(t), 1) list a set of parametric equations that you need in parametric form:X = f(t) and Y = g(t), then try it on your calculator. (4 pts)2) Discuss with others whether it worked for you and include a picture of what you used. (2 pts)

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Graphs of Parametric Equations Use a graphing device to draw the curve represented by the parametric equations.$$x=2 \cos t+\cos 2 t, \quad y=2 \sin t-\sin 2 t$$

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