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13.1/1 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 13.1.025.Match the parametric equations with the correct graph.Solution or Explanationso the curve lies on a circular cylinder with axis thez-axis. Apointon the curve lies directly above the pointwhich moves counterclockwise around the unit circle in thexy-plane astincreases. The curve starts at (1, 0, 1), whenand(at an increasing rate) asso the graph is:x= cos3t,y= sin3t,z=e0.3t,t≥0x= cos3t,y= sin3t,z=e0.3t,t≥0.x2+y2= cos23t+ sin23t= 1,(x,y,z)(x,y, 0),t= 0,z→∞t→∞,
14.2/2 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 13.1.029.MI.At what points does the curveintersect the paraboloid(If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)Click to View Solution15.2/2 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 13.1.030.At what points does the helixintersect the sphere(Round your answers to three decimal places. Ifan answer does not exist, enter DNE.)Solution or ExplanationClick to View Solution16.1/1 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 13.1.041.Find a vector function,r(t), that represents the curve of intersection of the two surfaces.The coneand the planer(t) =2?(x,y,z) =(largert-value)r(t) = sint, cost,tx2+y2+z2=82?(x,y,z) =(smallert-value)(x,y,z) =(largert-value)z=x2+y2z=7+y
17.1/1 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 13.1.042.Find a vector function,r(t), that represents the curve of intersection of the two surfaces.The paraboloidand the parabolic cylinderr(t) =Solution or ExplanationClick to View Solution