ThreeCoordSystPlane - e f l r BßC curve is the straight...

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Three Coordinate Sytems for the Plane (Each with a Cartesian System) 1. Relative to the system, the e f l r BßC curves and are ? œ ? @ œ @ ! ! straight lines with slopes and 2, " $ respectively. The curve ? œ ? ! crosses the -axis at , and \ B œ $? ! the curve crosses the - @ œ @ ] ! axis at . (See the figure to C œ #@ ! the right.) 2. Relative to the system, the
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Unformatted text preview: e f l r BßC curve is the straight line ? œ ? ! B œ ? @ œ @ ! ! , and the curve is the parabola . (See the C œ B m @ # ! figure to the right.) 3. This system is just for the upper half plane. It is related to the system e f e f l r l r ?ß@ BßC by C œ ?/ ? g ! C œ @/ @ g ! B MB l r l r with with...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course MA 607 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '11 term at University of Alabama in Huntsville.

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