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# 13.pdf - Fall 2017 Math 201 – Calculus II Homework...

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Fall 2017 Math 201 Calculus II Homework Project #13 Section 7.1 7.3 The following homework project is worth 25 points. Show as much work as possible for each problem. Question #1 Find dy dx and 2 2 d y dx at the given point. (3 points) 2 1 ( ) 1 2 x t t ( ) 2 4 y t t 1 t

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Question #2 Find dy dx and 2 2 d y dx (3 points)
Question #3 Find the equation of the tangent line to the curve represented by the following parametric equations at the point t = 1. (3 points)

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Question #4 Find dy dx and also find where the tangent line is horizontal. (3 points) 3sin(2 ) r
Question #5 Convert the following rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates (2 points)

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Question #6 Convert the following polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates.

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• Spring '10
• CLARK
• Polar coordinate system, Parametric equation, Conic section

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