   Chapter 12.1, Problem 2E

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# Finding the domain In exercises 3–10 find the domain of the vector valued function. r ( t ) = 4 − t 2 i + t 2 j − 6 t   k Finding the domain In exercises 3–10 find the domain of the vector valued function. r ( t ) = 4 − t 2 i + t 2 j − 6 t   k

To determine

To calculate: The domain of the vector function 4t2i+ t2j6t k.

Explanation

Given: Vector function: 4t2i+ t2j6t k

Calculation: Determine the domain for each component of the vector and then take the intersection of the solution. The intersection is the required result.

4t2=

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