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ASSIGNMENT A

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PRE-U STPM 2016
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
PARAMETRIC EQUATION
PURE MATH

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CLASS:PRE U SAINS 1
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The process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical modeling.DEFINITION OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING A mathematical model is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and language. .

RESULT Question 1 Given x=e . y=t²-1. -2 ≤ t ≤ 2 .

the values are positive. . • x have limit value. • Let x=t²=49 to eliminate 49.y=t • Let Question2(b) • X=-t² is impossible to be chosen as the parametric equation for x because surds cannot have negative values.we can start with any choice for the parametric equation of y because when I substitute x=0 into the equation (y-1)²=x-49.Question 2 Question 2(a) • I used trial and error to find 3 sets of parametric equation for the equation (y-1)²=49. Question2(c) • yes. y=1+t • Let x=(t1)²+49.

I used basic trigonometric identity formula. Then.0) x=2sin t.(-2.0) .0 ≤ t≤2 π Collide at (-2. I substituted the values into the equation and I found that the particle collide at t=3 π /2 . y=3 cos t 0 ≤ t≤2 π To determine at which point the particles collide. and general equation of circle and ellipse . y=1=sin t .CURVE OF ELLIPSE AND CIRCLE x=cos t-2.

 One of the applications of parametreic equations is to analyse the motion of particles.There are many ways to set up a parametric equations as long as we can determine whether it will make cartesian equation become underfined.  The intersection points of graph represent the common positions where the particles reach  We can determine whether collision happens or not by finding the time when they reach the the intersection points.CONCLUSION  By using different value of t in the parameter equations.we can find out the parametric equations.If they do not reach the intersection point collision is not happened .the curve can be drawn by using different values of parameter. If they reach the intersection points at the same time. collision happened .it describes different points on the curve .  The graph of cartesian equations can be used to represent the path travelled by particles.  From the equation given .Hence .

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Therefore. it should be easy to understand and apply. it is a function that is written in terms of an independent. It is expressed clearly.explicit function is a function that is expressed clearly. . This function is written as the dependent variable y in terms of the independent variable x. More precisely. If we use function notation.7. we can write this explicit function as f(x) = 4x . or input. and we can easily evaluate values for the independent variable.7. A simple example of an explicit function is a linear function such as y = 4x . We usually write explicit functions as one variable in terms of another variable. variable.

Let's take a look at another example. x^2 + y^2 = 1. It's important to note that functions like this aren't really functions. so I have two functions that are implicit in our implicit function. What do I mean? Let's go back to our circle.it depends on both x and y.This is what I call an implicit function . I can't write f(x) equals some function of x. . it has to be some function of xand y. at least in the traditional sense. I solved it fory= the square root of (1 - x^2) and y= the square root of (1 - x^2). x and y cannot be separated.

 equation. the dependent variable is y. Formally. a dependent variable is a variable in an  expression. or function that has its value determined by the choice of value(s) of other variable(s). the independent variable is x.  Depend variable  A variable that depends on one or more other variables. For  equations such as y = 3x – 2. Independent  A variable in an equation that may have its value freely chosen without considering values of any other variable. The value of y depends on the value chosen for x. For equations such as y = 3x – 2. Usually the dependent variable is isolated on one side of an equation. The variable y is not independent since it depends on the number chosen for x. .