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August 7, 2018

Calculus II - Practice Problems
 Applications of Integrals Previous Chapter Next Chapter Series & Sequences Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates (Introduction) Previous Section Next Section Tangents with Parametric Equations

## Parametric Equations and Curves

For problems 1  6 eliminate the parameter for the given set of parametric equations, sketch the graph of the parametric curve and give any limits that might exist on x and y.

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For problems 7  11 the path of a particle is given by the set of parametric equations.  Completely describe the path of the particle.  To completely describe the path of the particle you will need to provide the following information.

(i) A sketch of the parametric curve (including direction of motion) based on the equation you get by eliminating the parameter.

(ii) Limits on x and y.

(iii) A range of t’s for a single trace of the parametric curve.

(iv) The number of traces of the curve the particle makes if an overall range of t’s is provided in the problem.

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For problems 12  14 write down a set of parametric equations for the given equation that meets the given extra conditions (if any).

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13.  and the parametric curve resulting from the parametric equations should be at  when  and the curve should have a counter clockwise rotation. [Solution]

14.   and the parametric curve resulting from the parametric equations should be at  when  and the curve should have a clockwise rotation. [Solution]

Problem Pane
 Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates (Introduction) Previous Section Next Section Tangents with Parametric Equations Applications of Integrals Previous Chapter Next Chapter Series & Sequences

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