- Find the center, foci, and vertices of the ellipse
- Find the magnitude and direction angle of the vector .
- Each cable of a suspension bridge is suspended (in the shape of
a parabola) between two towers that are 480 feet apart and 60 feet
above the roadway. The cables touch the roadway midway between the
towers. Find an equation for the parabolic shape of each cable.
- Convert the polar equation to
rectangular form.
- Consider the equation
- Suppose we wish to rotate the axis to eliminate the xy-term.
Find the angle of rotation . (Use exact values.)
- Using your result from above, express x and y in terms of
x' and y'.
- Find two sets of polar coordinates for the point (-4,3), where .
- Let , and .
- Find the projection of u onto v.
- Find the vector component of u orthogonal to v.
- Find an equation for the hyperbola with vertices at (-1,5) and
(-1,1), and with asymptotes , and .
- Follow these instructions carefully: Sketch the graph of
by hand. Have a table of at least
seven appropriate values for r and . Use exact values
for (no decimals). Sketch your graph by plotting the ordered
pairs from your table (use the graph paper below). The shape of the curve must
be apparent from your table of values. If it isn't, you must choose
more appropriate values for . You may use symmetry to avoid
plotting too many points.
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