1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hockey puck of radius 1 slides along the ice at a speed 10 in the direction of the vector (1,1). As it slides, it spins in a counterclockwise direction at 2 revolutions per unit time. At time t = 0, the puck’s center is at the origin (0,0). Find the parametric equations for the trajectory of the point P on the edge of the puck initially at (1,0). 2. Relevant equations general eqn: (Rcosθ, Rsinθ), where R is the radius of the puck 3. The attempt at a solution radius = R = 1 frequency = f = 2 angular frequency = w = 2πf = 4π θ = wt (cos4πt + 10cos(π/2)t, sin4πt + 10sin(π/2)t) Is this answer right?