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It's easy to get r in terms of t and also θ in terms of t.

That gives you two formulae - you just have to eliminate 't' between them.

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It's easy to get r in terms of t and also θ in terms of t.

That gives you two formulae - you just have to eliminate 't' between them.

u mean

r= (u)t

and

θ= (w)t

so

rw=uθ and then rw-uθ=0 ??

actually i have listed this equ but i just don't believe my self

i feel that i have missed something

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If you're not sure, draw the locus (path).

Note that rω = θu can be written as r = kθ where k is a constant - that's easy to plot.

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the path will be something like a @ ??

If you're not sure, draw the locus (path).

Note that rω = θu can be written as r = kθ where k is a constant - that's easy to plot.

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ya i got it, thx

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