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Unformatted text preview: 11 meters away from the nearest point on the track as shown in the ﬁgure, recording the run on a handicam for analysis later (and for posting on youtube). Assume that (100 /π ) ≈ 33 (for ease of calculation) and answer the following. (a) How fast is the distance between Tom and C changing, when C is 33 meters away from Tom. (This is the rate at which the zoom on the camera needs to be adjusted to maintain a full frame close up of C). (b) How fast should Tom be turning to keep C in frame, when C is at the point P shown. This problem is really two problems that were discussed in class. Part a) is the same as Problem 37 in Section 2.7 and Part b) is the same as Problem 26 from the same section. 6 5. (10 points) Find the approximate value of tan(51 ◦ ) using linear approximation at x = 45 ◦ . 7...
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 Spring '08
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 Psychology, Tom, Comet, Track and field athletics, Cat coat genetics

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