Sketch the curve with the given vector equation. Indicate with an arrow the direction in with 't' increases(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

r(t)=<t, 2-t, 2t>

So far, I have <1, -1, 2> and points (0, 2, 0). Am I even correct? And how do I sketch the graph. I know it's suppose to be in the xyz graph, but how do I graph the vector equation?

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# I Calculus III (sketching graph)

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