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suppose a parametric curve is given by: x=sint+tcost ,y=cost+tsint.

suppose a parametric curve is given by: x=sint+tcost    ,y=cost+tsint. for 0<=t<=pi


find the second derivative of the graph of the curve at t= pi/6 

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Answer  at t = pi/6 ... View the full answer

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=
= − + + + =
=&gt; = = (2 )( − =&gt; = = − 2 − (−2
) − = −
(2 )− − (2 + = + =
= = )( − − 2 )− −
(2 ) − (−3 1
− ) ) − ,
2 cos
= 6 − 6 6 6 − 6 2 cos
1
√3...

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