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Vector a is expressed in magnitude and direction form as a⃗=⟨√26,140∘⟩.
Vector a is expressed in magnitude and direction form as a⃗=⟨√26,140∘⟩.
What is the component form a⃗?
Enter your answer, rounded to the nearest hundredth
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May 26, 2020
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The initial point of a⃗ is (−1,6), and its terminal point is (−3,−2).
The initial point of a⃗ is (−1,6), and its terminal point is (−3,−2).
What is the value of ∥a⃗∥?
Give your answer as a simplified radical
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May 26, 2020
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What does the graph of the parametric equations x(t)=3−t and y(t)=(t+1)2, where t is on the interval [−3,1], look like?
What does the graph of the parametric equations x(t)=3−t and y(t)=(t+1)2, where t is on the interval [−3,1], look like?
Give the answers to the boxes to correctly complete the statements.
The parametric equations graph as a portion of a
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May 26, 2020
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Michael plots the point with the polar coordinates (−2,−4π/3).
Michael plots the point with the polar coordinates (−2,−4π/3).
How does he plot this point?
Enter a value or phrase into each box to correctly complete the statements.
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May 26, 2020
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What are the fourth roots of −3+3√3i ?
What are the fourth roots of −3+3√3i ?
__cis(__)
__cis(__)
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May 25, 2020
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The initial point of a⃗ is (−1,6), and its terminal point is (−3,−2).
The initial point of a⃗ is (−1,6), and its terminal point is (−3,−2).
What is the value of ∥a⃗∥?
Enter your answer, as a simplified radical.
imbadatmath12
May 25, 2020
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Vector a is expressed in magnitude and direction form as a⃗=⟨√26,140∘⟩ .
Vector a is expressed in magnitude and direction form as a⃗=⟨√26,140∘⟩ .
What is the component form a⃗ ?
Enter your answer, rounded to the nearest hundredth
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May 25, 2020
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Represent a⃗+b⃗ by using the head to tail method.
Represent a⃗+b⃗ by using the head to tail method.
a⃗=⟨5, −1⟩ and b⃗=⟨−3,−4⟩.
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May 19, 2020
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What is the component form of resultant of 4b⃗−5a⃗ ?
What is the component form of resultant of 4b⃗−5a⃗ ?
a⃗=⟨1,−3⟩
b⃗=⟨−1,2⟩
Enter your answer by filling in the boxes.
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May 19, 2020
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What is the vector that results from transforming a⃗ by the transformation matrix?
What is the vector that results from transforming a⃗ by the transformation matrix?
a⃗=[3] B= [7 3]
[−1] and [−6 −4]
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May 19, 2020
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Help please :)
What is the component form of the vector whose tail is the point (−3,2) and whose head is the point (1,−6)?
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May 19, 2020
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Ari and Matthew are both running toward the soccer ball during a game.
Ari and Matthew are both running toward the soccer ball during a game.
Ari's path is represented by the parametric equations x(t)=36+1/6t, y(t)=24+1/8t, where t is on the interval [0,50] and t is measured in tenths of seconds.
Matthew's
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imbadatmath12
May 18, 2020
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How do you graph parametric equations?
How do you graph parametric equations?
Graph x(θ)=3cosθ,y(θ)=6sinθ, where [π,2π].
The graph of the parametric equations is the ____ of an ellipse. The length of the major axis of the semi-ellipse is ____, the length of the
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May 17, 2020
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help pls
Sam attempts a 42-yard field goal in a football game. For his attempt to be a success, the football needs to pass through the uprights and over the crossbar that is 10 feet above the ground.
Sam kicks the ball from the ground with an initial velocity
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May 17, 2020
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What is the rectangular form of the parametric equations?
What is the rectangular form of the parametric equations?
x(t)=t+3,y(t)=2t^2−4, where t is on the interval [−4,0].
Enter your answer, in standard form, by filling in the boxes.
y = ____, where x is on the interval [ __,__ ].
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May 17, 2020
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Ari and Matthew are both running toward the soccer ball during a game.
Ari and Matthew are both running toward the soccer ball during a game.
Ari's path is represented by the parametric equations x(t)=36+1/6t,y(t)=24+1/8t, where t is on the interval [0,50] and t is measured in tenths of seconds.
Matthew's
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May 17, 2020
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2/8=1/4
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