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weckod

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which of the following surfaces does it lie on?

1)circular cylinder

2)elliptic paraboloid

3)sphere

4)plane

I think there's more than one answer but i can't seem to picture it from the equation on why. Anyone know y?

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weckod

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which of the following surfaces does it lie on?

1)circular cylinder

2)elliptic paraboloid

3)sphere

4)plane

I think there's more than one answer but i can't seem to picture it from the equation on why. Anyone know y?

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Cyrus

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Z=t, which means the height increases with the variable t.

Its going to lie on a circular cylinder, but it will be in the shape of a HELIX, wrapped around that cylinder of course.

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weckod

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cyrusabdollahi said:

Z=t, which means the height increases with the variable t.

Its going to lie on a circular cylinder, but it will be in the shape of a HELIX, wrapped around that cylinder of course.

Hey thanks for the answer but how could u just take an x^2 + y^2 = cos(t)^2 + sin(t)^2 = 1 just like that??

im lookin athe parametrics and i see no sqs... how could u know its sqs and not like x^3 or something??

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Cyrus

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