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Unformatted text preview: interval t where F is continuous and F t (except possibly at endpoints of the interval). Newtons Second Law : F t = m a t Consider coordinate system with the sun at the origin (ignore all other planets): you get Newtons Law of Gravitiation F = GMm r 3 r = GMm r 2 u , where u is a unit vector and r = r , F is the force vector of the planet, and r is the position vector of the planet. Thm 14.4.1 A polar eqn of form r = ed 1 e cos or r = ed 1 e sin represents a conic section. The conic section is an ellipse if e 1, parabola if e = 1 and hyperbola if e 1....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course MATH 252 taught by Professor Bumpus during the Fall '07 term at Austin College.
 Fall '07
 Bumpus
 Continuity, Scalar, Limits

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