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x(t) = _________

y(t) = _________

z(t) = _________

r'(t) = <-sin(t), cos(t), 1>

r'(0) = <0,1,1>

my answer:

x = cos(-4pi/6) + 0t

y = sin(-4pi/6) +1t

z = -4pi/6 +t

the only part i got correct is the z, anyone know what im doing wrong?

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- Thread starter Whatupdoc
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- #1

- 99

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x(t) = _________

y(t) = _________

z(t) = _________

r'(t) = <-sin(t), cos(t), 1>

r'(0) = <0,1,1>

my answer:

x = cos(-4pi/6) + 0t

y = sin(-4pi/6) +1t

z = -4pi/6 +t

the only part i got correct is the z, anyone know what im doing wrong?

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You want the derivative at the tangent point, not t=0.

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yea your right, i dont know what i was thinking, thanks

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