# Tagged Questions

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### Distance of a Point from Hyperbola

Consider the part of hyperbola $H_{+}=\{(x,1/x)\colon x>0\}$ in the first quadrant, and $(a,b)$ any point in the plane (for sake of convenience, say $a,b>0$). If $(a,b)$ does not lie on the ...
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### Finding the intersection of an xy-plane in a 3D-Coordinate System

I found the equation of a sphere that has a center of $(1,-12,8)$ with a radius of 10 and I got the following equation: $(x-1)^2 + (y+12)^2 + (z-8)^2 = 100$ As for finding an intersection for the ...
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### proves of parametric curves via parametric equations

Hi could anyone help me with this problem. An astroid is given by the equation $$x^{2/3} + y^{2/3} = 1.$$ Prove via parametric equations that the length of a piece of a tangent line between the ...
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### My orbiting body is orbiting about the wrong focus of it's elliptical orbit… why? [closed]

I am coding in c++ and am computing the position of an orbiting body as a function of time. Everything is almost working. I have a nice elliptical orbit. Except, my orbiting body speeds up as it ...
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### Determination of a volume.

Consider, in the Cartesian plane, the square Q having vertices in the points $(-1, 0), (1, 0), (0, -1)$, and $(0, 1)$. The sections of a solid with planes orthogonal to $y=0$ are squares having two ...
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### Given that the graph of $f$ passes through the point $(1, 6)$ and that the slope of its tangent line at $(x, f(x))$ is $2x + 1$, find $f(2)$.

As in the title - we assume that the graph of $f$ passes through $(1,6)$ (i.e. $f(1) = 6$) and that the slope of its tangent line at $(x, f(x))$ is $2x + 1$ and we are asked to find $f(2)$. How does ...
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### Calculus III: Find the points of the curve…

I have to find the points of the curve $$r\left( t \right) =\left( t,{ t }^{ 2 },{ t }^{ 3 } \right)$$ where the osculating plane passes through the point $\left( 2,-\frac { 1 }{ 3 } ,-6 \right)$.
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### Coordinates rotation and function change

In the Cartesian coordinates $(x,y)$, I have a vector function $\bar{f}(x)=\hat{x}A\cos(yk)$, where $A$ and $k$ are constants. I make now a 45 degrees rotation (in the same plane) to the new set of ...