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Prove that curve lies on a cone?
I have a curve given by this equation: $$c(t) = (t\cos t,t \sin t,t)$$ I need to prove that this curve lies on a cone, and draw that cone and curve in Sage. I've read somewhere that I could prove it ...
May 20 '12 at 23:11
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