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Homework Statement
Find the equations of the tangent lines at the point where the curves crosses itself.
x=2-piCos(t), y=2t-piSin(t)
Sorry that was a typo. It should be [itex]2- \pi cos(t)= 2- \pi cos(s)[/itex] which says that the x values for s and t are the same. Remember that [itex]x= 2- \pi cos(t)[/itex].calculushelp said:[itex]2- \pi cos(t)= 2- \pi sin(s)[/itex] and is this right? or a typo because I thought its was suppose to be [itex]2- \pi sin(t)= 2- \pi sin(s)[/itex]
Calculus 8th Eighth Edition 10.3 #22 refers to problem 22 in section 10.3 of the 8th edition of the Calculus textbook. It is a specific problem related to the topic being covered in that section.
No, the 8th edition of the Calculus textbook is not the most recent version. There may be newer editions available, depending on when the book was published and if any updates have been made.
The purpose of including specific problems like #22 in a textbook is to provide students with practice and application of the concepts being taught. These problems allow students to test their understanding and improve their problem-solving skills.
Section 10.3 of the Calculus textbook covers the concept of limits and continuity. This section introduces the idea of limits and how they are used to determine the behavior of a function at a specific point.
No, it is not necessary to solve all the problems in a textbook to understand the material. However, solving a variety of problems can help reinforce understanding and improve problem-solving skills. It is important to prioritize and focus on the most relevant problems for your learning goals.