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miglo

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## Homework Statement

show that n(t)=-g'(t)i+f'(t)j and -n(t)=g'(t)i-f'(t)j are both normal to the curve r(t)=f(t)i+g(t)j at the point (f(t),g(t)).

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## The Attempt at a Solution

i tried finding the unit normal of r(t) in hopes that it would be exactly what n(t) and its negative are, but after going through a lot of algebra i didnt get what i was hoping would be the solution, unless i did some algebra mistake. Anyways i doubt I am approaching this problem the right way and would just like a hint at what to do.