A particle P describes the curve with polar equation [itex]r = a e^{\theta \sqrt{3}} \cosh 2\theta[/itex] in such a manner that the radius vector from the origin rotates with uniform angular speed [itex]\omega[/itex]. Show that the resultant acceleration of the particle at any instant makes an angle of 30 degrees in the radius vector.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any ideas? :yuck:

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# Homework Help: Polar coordinates

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