# Recent content by Jaqsan

1. ### Verify Greens theorem half done

How do I come up with the parameters x=t and y=t. There's no equation to get it from.
2. ### Verify Greens theorem half done

Homework Statement Verify Greens theorem for the line integral ∫c xydx + x^2 dy where C is the triangle with vertices (0,0) (1,1) (2,0). This means show both sides of the theorem are the same. Homework Equations ∫c <P,Q> dr = ∫∫dQ/dx -dP/dy dA ∫c xydx + x^2dy The Attempt at a...
3. ### Help solving line integral question

My integral comes out to the same answer of 102.842 but your method seems a whole lot easier. I think I was just thinking too much about it. Thanks.
4. ### Help solving line integral question

hHomework Statement Evaluate ∫xy|dr| over the path given by x=t^3, y=t^2, t=0...2 Homework Equations x=t^3, y=t^2, t=0...2 The Attempt at a Solution x=t^3, y=t^2 y^(3/2) =x, y=t, x=t^(3/2), t=0...4 ∫0to4 t^5/2 [Sqrt((3t^(1/2))/2)^2 +(1)^2] =∫0to4 t^5/2 [Sqrt(9t/4 + 1) dt...
5. ### Finding Parametric equations for the line of intersection of two plane

Okay, Why did you add the two equations? instead of subtract like in the first one. Aren't you supposed to do the same thing to both parts? Hmmmm....I didn't know that about the final answer. Must have missed it in class. Now let's just clarify the middle part. Thanks and thanks in advance! :-).
6. ### Finding Parametric equations for the line of intersection of two plane

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7. ### Finding Parametric equations for the line of intersection of two plane

First thing I did was eliminate x. Rearranged the first equation to get, x+y-z=0 -------(3) Multiplied (3) through by 2 to get, 2x+2y-2z=0 -------(4) Subtracted (2) from (4) to get, 7y-z=-1 or y=(z-1)/7 ----(5) Let z=t, so I got y=(t-1)/7. Did the same thing for y, multiplying the first...
8. ### Finding Parametric equations for the line of intersection of two plane

Also, it would be helpful if you solved it with the elimination method because that's the way we were shown in class.
9. ### Finding Parametric equations for the line of intersection of two plane

Homework Statement Find the parametric equations for the line of intersection of two planes Homework Equations Equations for the two planes... z=x+y,-------(1) 2x-5y-z=1 -----(2) The Attempt at a Solution My answers are not correct so I guess I'm going about it the wrong way. Someone...
10. ### Finding mass and center of mass of solid

Homework Statement Find the mass and the center of mass of the solid E with the given density function ρ(x,y,z). E is bounded by the parabolic cylinder z = 1 – y2 and the planes x + 4z = 4, x=0, and z=0; ρ(x,y,z) =6. m=? x=? y=? z=? Homework Equations z = 1 – y2 and the planes x...
11. ### Finding the point of intersection between two curves. (Vectors)

My bad. Exhibiting my retardness once again. (1,3,64) and 40 degrees.
12. ### Finding the point of intersection between two curves. (Vectors)

Thanks. I figured it out. I was just being retarded. My answers are (1,3,64) and 40degrees
13. ### Finding the point of intersection between two curves. (Vectors)

I thought I already did the substitution. r1' = <1,-1,2> r2' = <-1,1,16> What I'm trying is it looks like there are two numbers for each value <x,y,z>
14. ### Finding the point of intersection between two curves. (Vectors)

Okay, so I got r1'(1) = <1,-1,2> r2'(8)= <-1,1,16> So do I dot them to get them in one (x,y,z) form?
15. ### Finding the point of intersection between two curves. (Vectors)

I don't understand. The question asks for the point of intersection of the two curves. Do I find the derivative, dot product? Just point me in the right direction please.