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James Stewart

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305266643

Chapter 13, Problem 1RCC

Textbook Problem

What is a vector function? How do you find its derivative and its integral?

Expert Solution

To determine

**To define:** The vector functions and finds its derivative and its integral.

The function is a rule that assigns each element in the domain of an element in the range.

**Vector function:**

The vector function is a function whose range is a set of vectors and whose domain is a set of real numbers.

**Find the derivative of a vector function:**

The derivative of a vector function can be obtained by differentiating each component function of the vector function.

**Find the integral of a vector function:**

The integral of a vector function can be obtained by integrating each component function of the vector function.

Thus, the vector function is defined and the procedure to find its derivative and integral is stated.

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Multivariable Calculus

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Ch. 13.1 - Sketch the curve with the given vector equation....Ch. 13.1 - Sketch the curve with the given vector equation....Ch. 13.1 - Sketch the curve with the given vector equation....Ch. 13.1 - Sketch the curve with the given vector equation....Ch. 13.1 - Draw the projections of the curve on the three...Ch. 13.1 - Draw the projections of the curve on the three...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector equation and parametric equations...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector equation and parametric equations...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector equation and parametric equations...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector equation and parametric equations...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Match the parametric equations with the graphs...Ch. 13.1 - Show that the curve with parametric equations x =...Ch. 13.1 - Show that the curve with parametric equations x =...Ch. 13.1 - Find three different surfaces that contain the...Ch. 13.1 - Find three different surfaces that contain the...Ch. 13.1 - At what points does the curve r(t) = t i + (2t ...Ch. 13.1 - At what points does the helix r(t) = sin t, cos t,...Ch. 13.1 - Graph the curve with parametric equations x = sin...Ch. 13.1 - Graph the curve with parametric equations x = (1 +...Ch. 13.1 - Graph the curve with parametric equations...Ch. 13.1 - Show that the curve with parametric equations x =...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13.1 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13.1 - If two objects travel through space along two...Ch. 13.1 - Two particles travel along the space curves r1 (t)...Ch. 13.1 - Suppose u and v are vector functions that possess...Ch. 13.2 - The figure shows a curve C given by a vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Make a large sketch of the curve described by...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Sketch the plane curve with the given vector...Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 9....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 10....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 11....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 12....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 13....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 14....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 15....Ch. 13.2 - Find the derivative of the vector function. 16....Ch. 13.2 - Find the unit tangent vector T(t) at the point...Ch. 13.2 - Find the unit tangent vector T(t) at the point...Ch. 13.2 - Find the unit tangent vector T(t) at the point...Ch. 13.2 - Find the unit tangent vector T(t) at the point...Ch. 13.2 - If r(t) = t, t2, t3, find r'(t), T( 1), r"(t). and...Ch. 13.2 - If r(t) = e2t, e2t, te2t, find T(0), r"(0), and...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations for the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations for the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations for the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations for the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find a vector equation for the tangent line to the...Ch. 13.2 - Find the point on the curve r(t) = 2 cos t, 2 sin...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations tor the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations tor the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - Find parametric equations tor the tangent line to...Ch. 13.2 - (a) Find the point of intersection of the tangent...Ch. 13.2 - The curves r1(t) = t, t2, t3 and r2(t) = sin t,...Ch. 13.2 - At what point do the curves r1(t) = t, 1 t, 3 +...Ch. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 35. 02(ti-t3j+3t5k)dtCh. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 36. 14(2t3/2i+(t+1)tk)dtCh. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 37....Ch. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 38....Ch. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 39....Ch. 13.2 - Evaluate the integral. 40. (te2ti+t1-tj+11-t2k)dtCh. 13.2 - Find r(t) if r'(t) = 2t i + 3t2 j + t k and r(1) =...Ch. 13.2 - Find r(t) if r'(t) = t i + et j + tet k and r(0) =...Ch. 13.2 - Prove Formula 1 of Theorem 3.Ch. 13.2 - Prove Formula 3 of Theorem 3.Ch. 13.2 - Prove Formula 5 of Theorem 3.Ch. 13.2 - Prove Formula 6 of Theorem 3.Ch. 13.2 - If u(t) = sin t, cos t, t) and v(t) = t, cos t,...Ch. 13.2 - If u and v are the vector functions in Exercise...Ch. 13.2 - Find f'(2), where f(t) = u(t) v(t), u(2) = 1, 2,...Ch. 13.2 - If r(t) = u(t) v(t), where u and v are the vector...Ch. 13.2 - If r(t) = a cos t + b sin t, where a and b are...Ch. 13.2 - If r is the vector function in Exercise 51, show...Ch. 13.2 - Show that if r is a vector function such that r''...Ch. 13.2 - Find an expression for ddt[u(t)(v(t)w(t))].Ch. 13.2 - If r(t) 0, show that ddtr(t)=1r(t)r(t)r(t)....Ch. 13.2 - If a curve has the property that the position...Ch. 13.2 - If u(t) = r(t)[r'(t) r''(t)], show that u(t) =...Ch. 13.2 - Show that the tangent vector to a curve defined by...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 1. r(t) =t, 3 cos t,...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 2. r(t)=2t,t2,13t3,...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 3. r(t)=2ti+etj+etk,...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 4. r(t) =cos t i +...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 5. r(t) = i + t2 j +...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve. 6. r(t) = t2 i + 9t...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve correct to four...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve correct to four...Ch. 13.3 - Find the length of the curve correct to four...Ch. 13.3 - Graph the curve with parametric equations x = sin...Ch. 13.3 - Let C be the curve of intersection of the...Ch. 13.3 - Find, correct to four decimal places, the length...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the arc length function for the curve...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the arc length function for the curve...Ch. 13.3 - Suppose you start at the point (0, 0. 3) and move...Ch. 13.3 - Reparametrize the curve r(t)=(2t2+11)i+2tt2+1j...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the unit tangent and unit normal vectors...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the unit tangent and unit normal vectors...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the unit tangent and unit normal vectors...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Find the unit tangent and unit normal vectors...Ch. 13.3 - Use Theorem 10 to find the curvature. 21. r(t) =...Ch. 13.3 - Use Theorem 10 to find the curvature. 22. r(t) = t...Ch. 13.3 - Use Theorem 10 to find the curvature. 23....Ch. 13.3 - Find the curvature of r(t) = t2, ln t, t ln t at...Ch. 13.3 - Find the curvature of r(t) = t, t2, t3 at the...Ch. 13.3 - Graph the curve with parametric equations x = cos...Ch. 13.3 - Use Formula 11 to find the curvature. 27. y = x4...Ch. 13.3 - To find: The curvature of y=tanx using Formula 11....Ch. 13.3 - Use Formula 11 to find the curvature. 27. y = x4...Ch. 13.3 - At what point does the curve have maximum...Ch. 13.3 - At what point does the curve have maximum...Ch. 13.3 - Find an equation of a parabola that has curvature...Ch. 13.3 - (a) Is the curvature of the curve C shown in the...Ch. 13.3 - Two graphs, a and b, are shown. 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(a) Find the...Ch. 13 - Find a vector function that represents the curve...Ch. 13 - Find parametric equations for the tangent line to...Ch. 13 - If r(t) = t2 i + t cos t j + sin t k, evaluate...Ch. 13 - Let C be the curve with equations x = 2 t3 y = 2t...Ch. 13 - Use Simpsons Rule with n = 6 to estimate the...Ch. 13 - Find the length of the curve r(t) = 2t3/2, cos 2t,...Ch. 13 - The helix r1(t) = cos t i + sin t j + t k...Ch. 13 - Reparametrize the curve r(t) = et i + et sin t j +...Ch. 13 - For the curve given by r(t) = sin3 t, cos3 t, sin2...Ch. 13 - Find the curvature of the ellipse x = 3 cos t, y =...Ch. 13 - Find the curvature of the curve y = x4 at the...Ch. 13 - Find an equation of the osculating circle of the...Ch. 13 - Find an equation of the osculating plane of the...Ch. 13 - The figure shows the curve C traced by a particle...Ch. 13 - A particle moves with position function r(t) = t...Ch. 13 - Find the velocity, speed, and acceleration of a...Ch. 13 - A particle starts at the origin with initial...Ch. 13 - An athlete throws a shot at an angle of 45 to the...Ch. 13 - A projectile is launched with an initial speed of...Ch. 13 - Find the tangential and normal components of the...Ch. 13 - A disk of radius 1 is rotating in the...Ch. 13 - PROBLEM PLUS FIGURE FOR PROBLEM 1 1. 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