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Juntao
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The curves r1(t)=<t,t^2,t^3> and r2(t)=<sin t, sin 2t, t> intersect at the origin. Find their angle (acute) of interesection correct to the nearest degree. (Think! What angle are you trying to locate? Now dn't go off on a tangent.)
So that's the problem.
All I got so far is
r1(t)=t(i)+t^2(j)+t^3(k)
r2(t)=sint(i)+sin 2t(j)+t(k)
Now I'm stuck. I'm not sure where to go now.
So that's the problem.
All I got so far is
r1(t)=t(i)+t^2(j)+t^3(k)
r2(t)=sint(i)+sin 2t(j)+t(k)
Now I'm stuck. I'm not sure where to go now.