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10/30/2016hw01S10.12/63.4/5 points | Previous AnswersSCalcET7 10.1.045.Suppose that the position of one particle at time tis given byand the position of a second particle is given by(a) Graph the paths of both particles.How many points of intersection are there?2 2points of intersection(b) Are any of these points of intersection collision points? In other words, are the particles ever at the same place at the sametime?If so, find the collision points. (Enter you answers as a comma-separated list of ordered pairs. If an answer does not exist, enterDNE.)x1= 3 sin(t), y1= 2 cos(t), 0 ≤ t≤ 2πx2= −3 + cos(t), y2= 1 + sin(t), 0 ≤ t≤ 2π.YesNo
10/30/2016hw01S10.13/6$$(−3,0)(c) If the x-coordinate of the second particle is given by instead, is there still a collision?Solution or ExplanationClick to View SolutionEnhanced FeedbackPlease try again, keeping in mind that a collision happens when and for the same t. Find the solutions of this system ofequations.4.3/3 points | Previous AnswersThe parametric equationswhere describe the line segment that joins the points and Draw the triangle with vertices A(1, 1), B(5, 3), C(1, 7). Find the parametrization, including endpoints, and sketch to check. (Enter youranswers as a comma-separated list of equations. Let