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# POLAR COORDINATES &

VECTORS
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Suppose that a particle moves along a curve C in the
xy-plane in such a way that its x and y coordinates, as
functions of times are

The variable t is called the parameter for the
equations.
) (t f x = ) (t g y =
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EXAMPLE 1
Solution:
Form the Cartesian equation by eliminate parameter t from the
following equations
t x 2 = 1 4
2
÷ = t y
Given that , thus

Then
t x 2 =
2
x
t =
1
1
2
4
2
2
÷ =
÷
|
.
|

\
|
=
x
x
y
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EXAMPLE 2
Solution:
Find the graph of the parametric equations
t t x + =
2
1 2 ÷ = t y
We plug in some values of t .
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EXAMPLE 3
Find the graph of the parametric equations
t x cos = t y sin =
t 2 0 s st
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TANGENT LINES TO PARAMETRIC CURVES
dt
dx
dt
dy
dx
dy
=
If
0 and 0 = =
dt
dx
dt
dy
Horizontal
If
0 and 0 = =
dt
dx
dt
dy
Infinite slope
Vertical
If
0 and 0 = =
dt
dx
dt
dy
Singular points
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EXAMPLE 4
(a) Find the slope of the tangent line to the unit circle

at the point where

(b) In a disastrous first flight, an experimental paper airplane
follows the trajectory of the particle as

but crashes into a wall at time t = 10.
i) At what times was the airplane flying horizontally?
ii) At what times was it flying vertically?
t x cos =
t y sin =
3
t
= t
t t x sin 3 ÷ =
t y cos 3 4÷ =
ARC LENGTH OF PARAMETRIC CURVES
}
|
.
|

\
|
+
|
.
|

\
|
=
b
a
dt
dt
dy
dt
dx
L
2 2
EXAMPLE 5
Find the exact arc length of the curve over the stated interval
2
t x =
3
3
1
t y =
1 0 s st ) (a
t x 3 cos =
t y 3 sin =
t s st 0 ) (b
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Consider the parametric equations,

a) Sketch the graph.

b) By eliminating t, find the Cartesian equation.

1 2
3
9, for 3 2 x t y t t = ÷ = ÷ s s
2
R
EXAMPLE 6
1 2
3
9, for 3 2 x t y t t = ÷ = ÷ s s
2
9 9 x y = ÷
) (a
Solution:
) (b
( )
( )
Sketch the graph of 2 4 , 1 5 , 3
So1ution:
In this form we can see that 2 4 , 1 5 , 3
Notice that this is nothing more than a 1ine, with
a point 2, 1, 3 and a vector para11e1 is 4, 5,1 .
F t t t t
x t y t z t
= ÷ ÷ + +
= ÷ = ÷ + = +
÷ = ÷ v
Graph in
3
R
EXAMPLE 7
A polar coordinate system consists of :
A fix point O, called the pole or origin
Polar coordinates where
r : distance from P to the origin
: angle from the polar axis to the ray OP

) , ( u r
u
) , ( u r P
Polar axis
Origin
O
u
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I
sin
cos
tan
II
sin
tan
III
cos
IV
THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
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For any angle θ;
A
C T
S
θ
θ
+ve
-ve
( )
( )
( ) u u
u u
u u
tan tan
cos cos
sin sin
÷ = ÷
= ÷
÷ = ÷
THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
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Trigonometrical ratios of some special angles;
A
1
2
O
B
30°
60°
3
B
A
1
1
O
45°
45°
2
THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
1/ 2
1/ 2 3 / 2
3 / 2 1/ 2
1/ 2
1/ 3 3
θ 30° 45° 60°
sin θ
0 1
cos θ
1 0
tan θ
0 1 undefined

90°
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EXAMPLE 8
Plot the points with the following polar coordinates
( )
0
225 , 3 ) (a
|
.
|

\
|
÷
3
, 2 ) (
t
b
Solution:

(a)
0
225
( )
0
225 , 3 P
x
O
) (b
|
.
|

\
|
÷
3
, 2
t
P
x
O
3
t
÷
Relationship between Polar and
Rectangular Coordinates
O
x
y
P
u sin r y =
u cos r x =
r
u
u cos r x =
u sin r y =
x
y
y x r = + = u tan
2 2 2
Change the polar coordinates to Cartesian coordinates.
|
.
|

\
|
3
, 2
t
( ) 3 , 1 is s coordinate Cartesian The
3
3
sin 2 sin
1
3
cos 2 cos
then ,
3
and 2 Since

= = =
= = =
= =
t
u
t
u
t
u
r y
r x
r
EXAMPLE 9
Solution:
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EXAMPLE 10
Find the rectangular coordinates of the point P whose

polar coordinates are ( )
|
.
|

\
|
=
3
2
, 4 ,
t
u r
Solution:
2
2
1
4
3
2
cos 4 ÷ =
|
.
|

\
|
÷ = = t x
3 2
2
3
4
3
2
sin 4 =
|
|
.
|

\
|
= = t y
Thus, the rectangular coordinates of P are ( ) ( ) 3 2 , 2 , ÷ = y x

Change the coordinates Cartesian to polar coordinates.
( ) 1 , 1 ÷
( ) ( )
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷
÷ =
÷ = =
= ÷ + = + =
4
7
, 2 and
4
, 2 are s coordinate polar possible The
4
7
or
4
, 1 tan
2 1 1
then positive, be to choose we If
2 2
2 2
t t
t t
u
u
x
y
y x r
r
( ) 1 , 1 ÷
x
y
EXAMPLE 11
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EXAMPLE 12
Find polar coordinates of the point P whose rectangular
coordinates are ( ) 4 , 3 ÷ ÷
Solution:
( ) ( )
5 or 5 Thus
25 4 3
2 2
2 2 2
÷ = =
= ÷ + ÷ = + =
r r
y x r
Then,
3
4
3
4
tan =
÷
÷
= =
x
y
u
Therefore,
0 0 0
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Symmetry Tests
SYMMETRIC CONDITIONS

( ) u , r
( ) u ÷ , r
( ) u t ÷ ÷ , r
( ) u , r
( ) u t ÷ , r
( ) u ÷ ÷ , r
( ) u , r
( ) u t + , r
( ) u , r ÷
u
u ÷
) , ( u r
) , ( u ÷ r
u
u t ÷
) , ( u r
) , ( u t ÷ r
t u s s 0
Symmetry with respect to x axis
Symmetry with respect to y axis
u
) , ( u r
) , ( u r ÷
Symmetry with respect to the
origin

(c)Given that . Determine the symmetry of the
polar equation and then sketch the graph.
u sin 3 3+ = r

(d) Test and sketch the curve for symmetry. u 2 sin = r

(a) What curve represented by the polar equation
5 = r

(b) Given that . Determine the symmetry of the
polar equation and then sketch the graph.
u cos 2 = r
EXAMPLE 13
u 2 cos = r
(a) Find the area enclosed by one loop of four petals u 2 cos = r
(b) Find the area of the region that lies inside the circle
and outside the cardioid
u sin 3 = r
u sin 1+ = r
u d r A
b
a
}
=
2
2
1
:
8
t
EXAMPLE 14
Figure 10.4.1
(p. 730)
Figure 10.4.14 (p. 735)
Figure 10.4.22 (p. 738)
Equations (12) – (16) (p. 740)
Equations (17) – (19) (p. 740)
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x
y
z
Graph the following ordered triples:

a. (10, 20, 10)
b. (20, -10, -40)
EXAMPLE 15
Distance Formula in
3
R
The distance between and
is

2 1
P P
) , , (
1 1 1 1
z y x P
) , , (
2 2 2 2
z y x P
2
1 2
2
1 2
2
1 2 2 1
) ( ) ( ) ( z z y y x x P P ÷ + ÷ + ÷ =

Find the distance between (10, 20, 10) and
(-12, 6, 12).

EXAMPLE 16
Vectors in
3
R
 A vector in R
3
is a directed line segment (“an arrow”)
in space.

 Given:
-initial point
-terminal point
Then the vector PQ has the unique standard
component form

) , , (
1 1 1
z y x P
) , , (
2 2 2
z y x Q
) ÷ ÷ ÷ ( =
1 2 1 2 1 2
, , z z y y x x PQ
Standard Representation
of Vectors in the Space
 The unit vector:
points in the directions of the positive x-axis
points in the directions of the positive y-axis
points in the directions of the positive z-axis

 i, j and k are called standard basis vector in R
3
.

 Any vector PQ can be expressed as a linear combination of i, j and
k (standard representation of PQ)

with magnitude
) ( = 0 , 0 , 1 i
) ( = 0 , 1 , 0 j
) ( = 1 , 0 , 0 k
k j i PQ ) ( ) ( ) (
1 2 1 2 1 2
z z y y x x ÷ + ÷ + ÷ =
2
1 2
2
1 2
2
1 2
) ( ) ( ) ( z z y y x x ÷ + ÷ + ÷ = PQ
Find the standard representation of the vector PQ
with initial point P(-1, 2, 2) and terminal point
Q(3, -2, 4).
EXAMPLE 17
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Parametric Form of a
Line in
3
R
If L is a line that contains the point and
is parallel to the vector , then L has
parametric form

Conversely, the set of all points that satisfy
such a set of equations is a line that passes
through the point and is parallel to a
vector with direction numbers .
) , , (
0 0 0
z y x
k j i v c b a + + =
ct z z bt y y at x x + = + = + =
0 0 0
) , , ( z y x
) , , (
0 0 0
z y x
] , , [ c b a
Find parametric equations for the line that
contains the point and is parallel to the
vector .
Find where this line passes through the
coordinate planes.
( )
1, 1, 2 ÷ ÷
3 2 5 = ÷ + v i j k
EXAMPLE 18
Solution:
| |
0 0 0
The direction numbers are 3, 2, 5 and
1, 1 and z 2, so the 1ine has the
parametric form
1 3 1 2 2 5
x y
x t y t z t
÷
= = ÷ = ÷
= + = ÷ ÷ = ÷ +
( )
2
5
2 11 9 11 9
, ,
5 5 5 5 5
*This 1ine wi11 intersect the -p1ane when 0;
0 2 5 imp1ies
If , then and . This is the point 0 .
*This 1ine wi11 intersect the -p1ane when 0;
0 1 2 imp1ies
xy z
t t
t x y
xz y
t t
÷ ÷
=
= ÷ + =
= = =
=
= ÷ ÷
( )
( )
1
2
1 1 9 1 9
2 2 2 2 2
1
3
1 1 11 1 11
3 3 3 3 3
If , then and z . This is the point , 0, .
*This 1ine wi11 intersect the -p1ane when 0;
0 1 3 imp1ies
If , then and z . This is the point 0, , .
t x
yz x
t t
t y
÷
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
÷
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
=
= = =
=
= + =
= = =
…continue solution:
Symmetric Form of a Line in
3
R
If L is a line that contains the point and
is parallel to the vector
(A, B, and C are nonzero numbers), then the point
is on L if and only if its coordinates satisfy

k j i v c b a + + =
) , , (
0 0 0
z y x
) , , ( z y x
c
z z
b
y y
a
x x
0 0 0
÷
=
÷
=
÷
Find symmetric equations for the line L
through the points
and .

Find the point of intersection with the
xy-plane.
( )
2, 4, 3 A ÷
( )
3, 1,1 B ÷
EXAMPLE 19
( )
( )
| |
( )
0 0 0
The required 1ine passes through or and
is para11e1 to the vector
3 2, 1 4,1 3 1, 5, 4 @ 5 4
Thus, the direction numbers are 1, 5, 4 .
Let say we choose as , , .
2 4 3
Then,
1 5 4
The sy
A B
A x y z
x y z
= ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ = ÷ ÷ +
÷
÷ ÷ +
= =
÷

AB i j k
4 3
mmetric equation is 2
5 4
y z
x
÷ +
÷ = =
Solution:
( )
11 1
, ,
4 4
This 1ine wi11 intersect the -p1ane when 0;
3 4 3
2 and
4 5 4
11 1
4 4
The point of intersection of the 1ine with the -p1ane is 0 .
xy z
y
x
x y
xy
=
÷
÷ = =
= =
…continue solution:
3
R
( )
1. Find the parametric and symmetric equations for the
point 1, 0, 1 which is para11e1 to 3 4 .
2. Find the points of intersection of the 1ine
4 3
2 with each of the coordinate p1anes
4 3
x y
z
÷ +
÷ +
= = +
i j
.
3. Find two unit vectors para11e1 to the 1ine
1 2
5
2 4
x y
z
÷ +
= = +
Line may Intersect, Parallel or Skew…
 Recall two lines in R
2
must intersect if their slopes are
different (cannot be parallel)
 However, two lines in R
3
may have different direction
number and still not intersect. In this case, the lines are
said to be skew.
In problems below, tell whether the two lines are
intersect, parallel, or skew . If they intersect, give the
point of intersection.

3 3 , 1 4 , 4 7 ;
2 3 , 5 4 , 3 7
x t y t z t
x t y t z t
= + = ÷ = ÷ ÷
= + = ÷ = ÷
1
2 4 , 1 , 5 ;
2
3 , 2 , 4 2
x t y t z t
x t y t z t
= ÷ = + = +
= = ÷ ÷ = ÷
3 1 4 2 3 2
;
2 1 1 3 1 1
x y z x y z ÷ ÷ ÷ + ÷ ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷
EXAMPLE 20
) (a
) (b
) (c
| |
| |
| |
1 2
1
2
3 1 4 2 5 3
1. Let : and :
3 4 7 3 4 7
has direction numbers 3, 4, 7
and has direction numbers 3, 4, 7 .
Since both 1ines have same direction numbers
(or 3, 4, 7 = 3
x y z x y z
L L
L
L
t
÷ ÷ + ÷ ÷ ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
÷ ÷
÷ ÷
÷ ÷
| |
( ) ( )
| |
1 2
, 4, 7 , where 1),
therefore they are para11e1 or coincide.

Obvious1y, has point 3,1, 4 and has point 2, 5, 3 .
4 7 , with the direction numbers 1, 4, 7 .
Because there is no ' ' for w
t
L A L B
a
÷ ÷ =
÷
= ÷ + + ÷ AB i j k
| | | |
hich 1, 4, 7 3, 4, 7 ,
the 1ines are not coincide, but just para11e1.
a ÷ = ÷ ÷
Solution:
| |
| |
| | | |
1
2
1 2
1
2
2 1 2 4
2. Let : and :
4 1 5 3 1 2
has direction numbers 4,1, 5
and has direction numbers 3, 1, 2 .
Since there is no for which 4,1, 5 3, 1, 2 ,
the 1ines are not pa
z
x y x y z
L L
L
L
t t
÷
÷ ÷ + ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷ ÷
÷
÷ ÷
÷ = ÷ ÷
1
1 1 1 1
2
2 2 2 2
ra11e1 or coincide, maybe skew or intersect.
Express the 1ines in parametric form
: 2 4 , 1 , 5 ;
: 3 , 2 , 4 2
L x t y t z t
L x t y t z t
= ÷ = + = +
= = ÷ ÷ = ÷
Solution:
1 2 1 2
1 2 1 2
1 7
1 2 1 2
2 2
1 2
Continue : 2
At an intersection point we must have
2 4 3 4 3 2
1 2 3
5 4 2 5 2
So1ving the first two equations simu1taneous1y,
11 and 14 and since the so1ution is
t t t t
t t t t
t t t t
t t
÷ = ¬ + =
+ = ÷ ÷ ¬ + = ÷
+ = ÷ ¬ + =
= = ÷ not
satisfy the third equation, so the 1ines are skew.
…continue solution:
| |
| |
| | | |
1 2
1
2
3 1 4 2 3 2
3. Let : and :
2 1 1 3 1 1
has direction numbers 2, 1,1
and has direction numbers 3, 1,1 .
Since there is no for which 2, 1,1 3, 1,1 ,
the 1ines are not para
x y z x y z
L L
L
L
t t
÷ ÷ ÷ + ÷ ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷
÷
÷
÷ = ÷
1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
11e1 or coincide, maybe skew or intersect.
Express the 1ines in parametric form
: 3 2 , 1 , 4 ;
: 2 3 , 3 , 2
L x t y t z t
L x t y t z t
= + = ÷ = +
= ÷ + = ÷ = +
Solution:
1 2
1 2 1 2
1 2
Continue : 3
At an intersection point we must have
3 2 2 3
1 3 1 and 1
4 2
Satisfy a11 of the equation,
then these two 1ines are intersect to each other.
The point of intersectio
t t
t t t t
t t
+ = ÷ +
¹
¦
÷ = ÷ = ÷ =
`
¦
+ = +
)
( )
( )
( )
( )
1
1 2 2 2
1
n is
3 2 3 2 1 1
1 1 1 2 or 2 3 , 3 , 2
4 4 1 3
1, 2, 3
x t
y t x t y t z t
z t
= + = + ÷ = ¹
¦
= ÷ = ÷ ÷ = = ÷ + = ÷ = +
`
¦
= + = + ÷ =
)

…continue solution:
CLASS ACTIVITY 2 :

In problems below, tell whether the two lines are
intersect, parallel, or skew. If they intersect, give
the point of intersection.

1.

2.

3.
6 , 1 9 , 3 ;
1 2 , 4 3 ,
x t y t z t
x t y t z t
= ÷ = + = ÷
= + = ÷ =
1 2 , 3 , 2 ;
1 , 4 , 1 3
x t y t z t
x t y t z t
= + = = ÷
= ÷ + = + = +
1 2 3 2 1
;
2 3 4 3 2
y z x y z
x
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷
REMEMBER THAT…

Theorem: The orthogonal vector theorem
Nonzero vectors v and n are orthogonal
(or perpendicular) if and only if

where n is called the normal vector.
0 = ·n v
( )
( )
( ) | | | |
0 0 0
0 0
Let say, we have a p1ane containing point , , and
is orthogona1 (norma1) to the vector
So1ution:
If we have another any point , , in the p1ane, then
0
Q x y z
A B C
P x y z
Ai Bj Ck x x y y z
= + +
=
= + + ÷ + ÷ + ÷
N i j k
N.QP
N.QP . i j
| | ( )
( ) ( ) ( )
( ) ( ) ( )
( )
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0

0 @
0, as ,
Then 0
z
A x x B y y C z z
A x x B y y C z z
Ax By Cz Ax By Cz D Ax By Cz
Ax By Cz D
= ÷ + ÷ + ÷
÷ + ÷ + ÷ =
+ + + ÷ ÷ ÷ = = ÷ ÷ ÷
+ + + =
k
An equation for the plane with normal
that contains the point has the following forms:
Point-normal form:

Standard form:

Conversely, a normal vector to the plane
is
A B C = + + N i j k
( )
0 0 0
, , x y z
( ) ( ) ( )
0 0 0
0 A x x B y y C z z ÷ + ÷ + ÷ =
0 Ax By Cz D + + + =
0 Ax By Cz D + + + =
A B C = + + N i j k
Find an equation for the plane that contains
the point P and has the normal vector N
given in:
1.

2.
( )
1,3,5 ; 2 4 3 P ÷ = + ÷ N i j k
( )
1,1, 1 ; 2 3 P ÷ = ÷ ÷ + N i j k
EXAMPLE 21
Point-Normal form

Standard form

( )
1,3,5 ; 2 4 3 P ÷ = + ÷ N i j k
( ) ( ) ( )
2 1 4 3 3 5 0 x y z + + ÷ ÷ ÷ =
( ) ( ) ( )
2 1 4 3 3 5 0
2 2 4 12 3 15 0
2 4 3 5 0
x y z
x y z
x y z
+ + ÷ ÷ ÷ =
+ + ÷ ÷ + =
+ ÷ + =
1.
Solution :

REMEMBER THAT..

Theorem: Orthogonality Property of The
Cross Product

If v and w are nonzero vectors in that are not
multiples of one another, then v x w is
orthogonal to both v and w
3
R
w v n × =
Find the standard form equation of a
plane containing
and
( ) ( )
1, 2,1 , 0, 3, 2 , P Q ÷ ÷
( )
1,1, 4 R ÷
EXAMPLE 22
( )
0 0 0
Hint :
What we need?
?
Point , , ? x y z
N
= × N PQ PR
Since, a11 point , and
are points in the p1ane,
so just pick one of them !!
P Q R
( )
0 0 0
0 0 0
Hint :
Equation for 1ine; , , ,
so, obvious1y, you just have to find
the va1ue of , and .
and , ,
x x At y y Bt z z Ct
A B C
x y z
= + = + = +
EXAMPLE 23
Find an equation of the line that passes through the point
Q(2,-1,3) and is orthogonal to the plane 3x-7y+5z+55=0
N = Ai + Bj + Ck
(2, -1, 3)
( )
( )
1. Find an equation for the p1ane that contains the
point 2,1, 1 and is orthogona1 to the 1ine
3 1
.
3 5 2
2. Find a p1ane that passes through the point 1, 2, 1
and is para11e1 to the p1ane 2 3 1.
3. Sh
x y z
x y z
÷
÷ +
= =
÷
÷ + =
1 1 2
ow that the 1ine
2 3 4
is para11e1 to the p1ane 2 6.
x y z
x y z
÷ + ÷
= =
÷ + =
( )
Find the equation of a 1ine passing through 1, 2, 3
that is para11e1 to the 1ine of intersection of the p1anes
3 2 4 and 2 3 5. x y z x y z
÷
÷ + = + + =
Equation of a Line Parallel to The
Intersection of Two Given Planes
EXAMPLE 24
Find the standard-form equation of the p1ane
determined by the intersecting 1ines.
2 5 1 1 16
and
3 2 4 2 1 5
x y z x y z ÷ + + + ÷
= = = =
÷ ÷
Equation of a Plane Containing
Two Intersecting Lines
EXAMPLE 25
Find the point at which the 1ine with parametric
equations 2 3 , 4 , 5 intersects the
p1ane 4 5 2 18
x t y t z t
x y z
= + = ÷ = +
+ ÷ =
Point where a Line intersects with
a Plane.
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INTERSECTING PLANE
The acute angle
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Find the acute angle of intersection between the
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Find the distance D between the point (1,-4,-3) and the plane
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Sketch the graph of the following equations in 3-dimensions.
Identify each of the surface.
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(a) Convert from rectangular to cylindrical coordinates
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Suppose that a particle moves along a curve C in the xy-plane in such a way that its x and y coordinates, as functions of times are

x  f (t )
equations.

y  g (t )

The variable t is called the parameter for the

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EXAMPLE 1

Form the Cartesian equation by eliminate parameter t from the following equations

x  2t
Solution:

y  4t 2  1

x Given that x  2t , thus t  2
Then

 x y  4   1 2  x2 1

2

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my . y  2t  1 rahimahj@ump.edu.EXAMPLE 2 Find the graph of the parametric equations x  t2  t Solution: We plug in some values of t .

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EXAMPLE 4

(a) Find the slope of the tangent line to the unit circle

x  cost  at the point where t  3
x  t  3sin t

y  sin t

(b) In a disastrous first flight, an experimental paper airplane follows the trajectory of the particle as

y  4  3 cost

but crashes into a wall at time t = 10. i) At what times was the airplane flying horizontally? ii) At what times was it flying vertically?
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ARC LENGTH OF PARAMETRIC CURVES

L
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 dx   dy       dt  dt   dt 

2

2

Find the exact arc length of the curve over the stated interval

(a) x  t

2

1 3 y t 3
y  sin 3t

0  t 1 0t 

(b) x  cos3t

R2
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Consider the parametric equations,

x  t  9, y  t for  3  t  2
2 1 3

a) Sketch the graph. b) By eliminating t, find the Cartesian equation.

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y  t for  3  t  2 2 1 3 x  9 y2  9 .Solution: (a) (b) x  t  9.

1 . y  1  5t .5. . 1  5t .3  t So1ution: In this form we can see that x  2  4t .3 and a vector para11e1 is v  4. 1. with a point  2.EXAMPLE 7 Graph in R 3 Sketch the graph of F  t   2  4t . z  3  t Notice that this is nothing more than a 1ine.

 ) where r : distance from P to the origin  : angle from the polar axis to the ray OP P(r .  ) O Origin  Polar axis .A polar coordinate system consists of : A fix point O. called the pole or origin Polar coordinates (r .

edu.THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS II sin I sin cos tan tan III rahimahj@ump.my cos IV 14 6 .

my 15 7 .THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS For any angle θ.edu. S A θ θ C +ve -ve T sin      sin  cos    cos tan     tan  rahimahj@ump.

edu. B 30° 2 O 60° 1 θ sin θ 3 B 45° 1 A 45° 60° 2 A 45° 1 O 0 30° 0 1 0 1/ 2 3/2 cos θ tan θ 1/ 2 1/ 2 1/ 3 1 90 3/2 1 0 1/ 2 3 undefined 16 rahimahj@ump.THE TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS Trigonometrical ratios of some special angles.my 8 .

my .225 0     P 2.edu.  3  rahimahj@ump. 225 0 Solution: (a) 2250   x   (b)  2.   3  O (b) O   3 x P 3.EXAMPLE 8 Plot the points with the following polar coordinates (a) 3.

Relationship between Polar and Rectangular Coordinates y r P y  r sin  O x  r cos  x x  r cos r x y 2 2 2 y  r sin  y tan   x .

3    to Cartesian coordinates. Since r  2 and   x  r cos  2 cos y  r sin   2 sin  3 . 3   . then  3 1  3  3  The Cartesian coordinates is 1.EXAMPLE 9 Change the polar Solution:   coordinates  2.

y    2. the rectangular coordinates of P are  x.my .   3  Solution: Thus.     4.edu.2 3 2  1 x  4 cos   4    2 3  2  3 2 2 3 y  4 sin   4  2  3     rahimahj@ump.EXAMPLE 10 Find the rectangular coordinates of the point P whose  2  polar coordinates are r .

1 to polar coordinates. x  7    or 4 4 tan   12   12  2  7     The possible polar coordinates are  2 . y x 1. then r  x2  y2  y  1.EXAMPLE 11 Change the coordinates Cartesian 1.  4 4    .1 If we chooser to be positive.  and  2 .

1800  53.my Therefore.130  233.4 2 2 2 r  x  y   3   4   25  Thus r  5 or r  5 2 2 Then. y 4 4 tan     x 3 3 rahimahj@ump.130 .edu.EXAMPLE 12 Find polar coordinates of the point P whose rectangular coordinates are Solution:  3.

  r.  about the y axis about the origin .  r .     r .  r .   r .      r.Symmetry Tests SYMMETRIC about the x axis CONDITIONS r.  r.      r .

   ) Symmetry with respect to y axis    (r.(r. )   Symmetry with respect to x axis 0   (r. ) (r . ) .

 ) .(r. )  Symmetry with respect to the origin (  r .

. Determine the symmetry of the polar equation and then sketch the graph. Determine the symmetry of the polar equation and then sketch the graph. (c)Given that r  3 3sin  .EXAMPLE 13 (a) What curve represented by the polar equation r  5 (b) Given that r  2 cos . (d) Test and sketch the curve r  sin 2 for symmetry.

r  cos2 .

EXAMPLE 14 1 2 A   r d 2a b (a) Find the area enclosed by one loop of four petals r  cos 2 8 (b) Find the area of the region that lies inside the circle r  3 sin  and outside the cardioid r  1 sin  Answer :  Answer :  .

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20. -40) .EXAMPLE 15 Graph the following ordered triples: a. -10. b. 10) (20. (10.

12).Distance Formula in R 3 The distance P P2 1 between P ( x1 . z1 ) and 1 P2 ( x2 . 6. z2 ) is P P2  ( x2  x1 )  ( y2  y1 )  ( z2  z1 ) 1 2 2 EXAMPLE 16 2 Find the distance between (10. y1 . 20. y2 . . 10) and (-12.

z1 ) -terminal point Q( x2 . z2 ) Then the vector PQ has the unique standard component form  PQ   x2  x1 . y2 . y1 . y2  y1 . Given: -initial point P( x1 . z2  z1  .Vectors in  R 3 A vector in R3 is a directed line segment (“an arrow”) in space.

1   i.0 points in the directions of the positive y-axis points in the directions of the positive z-axis k  0.0.1. j and k are called standard basis vector in R3.Standard Representation of Vectors in the Space  The unit vector: i  1. Any vector PQ can be expressed as a linear combination of i.0 points in the directions of the positive x-axis j  0. j and k (standard representation of PQ) PQ  ( x2  x1 )i  ( y2  y1 ) j  ( z2  z1 )k with magnitude PQ  ( x2  x1 ) 2  ( y2  y1 ) 2  ( z2  z1 ) 2 .0.

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EXAMPLE 17

Find the standard representation of the vector PQ with initial point P(-1, 2, 2) and terminal point Q(3, -2, 4).

Parametric Form of a 3 Line in

R

If L is a line that contains the point ( x0 , y0 , z0 ) and is parallel to the vector v  ai  bj  ck , then L has parametric form

x  x0  at

y  y0  bt

z  z0  ct

Conversely, the set of all points ( x, y, z ) that satisfy such a set of equations is a line that passes through the point ( x0 , y0 , z0 ) and is parallel to a vector with direction numbers [a, b, c] .
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EXAMPLE 18

Find parametric equations for the line that contains the point 1, 1, 2 and is parallel to the vector v  3i  2 j  5k . Find where this line passes through the coordinate planes.
Solution:

The direction numbers are 3,  2, 5 and x0  1, y0  1 and z 0  2, so the 1ine has the parametric form x  1  3t y  1  2t z  2  5t

then x   1 and z   9 .  1 11   3 3 . 0. 0  1  2t imp1ies t   1 2 If t   1 . . .  9 . then y  1  3 and z  11  3 . then x  11 and y   9 .…continue solution: *This 1ine wi11 intersect the xy -p1ane when z  0. This is the point 0. .  *This 1ine wi11 intersect the xz -p1ane when y  0. This is the point 2 2 2 0  1  3t imp1ies t  If t  1  3 1  3   1 2 . This is the point 5 5  11 9 . 0  2  5t imp1ies t  2 5 2 If t  5 . 2  *This 1ine wi11 intersect the yz -p1ane when x  0. 5 5 0 . .

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Symmetric Form of a Line in R 3 If L is a line that contains the point ( x0 . and C are nonzero numbers). y. then the point ( x. z0 ) and is parallel to the vector v  ai  bj  ck (A. y0 . B. z ) is on L if and only if its coordinates satisfy x  x0 y  y0 z  z0   a b c .

4. .EXAMPLE 19 Find symmetric equations for the line L through the points A  2.1 . 1. 3 and B  3. Find the point of intersection with the xy-plane.

4 Let say we choose A as  x0 .Solution: The required 1ine passes through A  or B  and is para11e1 to the vector AB  3  2.1   3  1.   1 5 4 4 y z 3  The symmetric equation is x  2   5 4 @ i  5 j  4k Thus. y0 . 1  4. 5. z0  . 4. 5. the direction numbers are 1. x2 y4 z 3 Then. .

4 4 0 . 3 4 y 3 x2  and  4 5 4 11 1 x y 4 4 The point of intersection of the 1ine with the xy -p1ane is  11 1 . .  .…continue solution: This 1ine wi11 intersect the xy -p1ane when z  0.

Find the parametric and symmetric equations for the point 1. 1 which is para11e1 to 3i  4 j. Find the points of intersection of the 1ine x4 y3   z  2 with each of the coordinate p1anes.1. 2. Find two unit vectors para11e1 to the 1ine x 1 y  2   z 5 2 4 3 . 0. R 4 3 3.

. the lines are said to be skew. Parallel or Skew…   Recall two lines in R2 must intersect if their slopes are different (cannot be parallel) However.Line may Intersect. two lines in R3 may have different direction number and still not intersect. In this case.

give the point of intersection. parallel. tell whether the two lines are intersect. y  1  4t . If they intersect. y  5  4t . z  4  7t . (a) x  3  3t . z  3  7t 1 x  2  4t . y  1  t . x  2  3t . or skew . y  2  t . z  4  2t x  3 y 1 z  4 x  2 y  3 z  2 (c)   .   2 1 1 3 1 1 .EXAMPLE 20 In problems below. z   5t . (b) 2 x  3t .

L1 has point A  3. . 4. 7  and L2 has direction numbers 3.1. 4  and L2 has point B  2. 4. the 1ines are not coincide. therefore they are para11e1 or coincide. 4. 7   a 3. where t  1).3 . 4. Since both 1ines have same direction numbers (or 3.Solution: x  3 y 1 z  4 x 2 y 5 z 3 1. Let L1 :   and L2 :   3 4 7 3 4 7 L1 has direction numbers 3. 4. AB  i  4 j  7k . 7  . 7  =t 3. 7  .5. 4. but just para11e1. 7  . with the direction numbers  1. Because there is no 'a ' for which  1. 7  . Obvious1y. 4.

5  t 3. z  4  2t2 . 2 L2 : x  3t2 .1.Solution: 1 x  2 y 1 z  2 x y2 z4 2. 1. Express the 1ines in parametric form L1 : x  2  4t1 .1. y  1  t1 . z  1  5t1 . maybe skew or intersect. Let L1 :   and L2 :   4 1 5 3 1 2 L1 has direction numbers  4. 1. Since there is no t for which  4.5 and L2 has direction numbers 3. 2 . the 1ines are not para11e1 or coincide. y  2  t2 . 2.

so the 1ines are skew.…continue solution: Continue : 2 At an intersection point we must have 2  4t1  3t2  4t1  3t2  2 1  t1  2  t2 1 2  t1  t2  3  5t1  2t2  7 2  5t1  4  2t2 So1ving the first two equations simu1taneous1y. . t1  11 and t2  14 and since the so1ution is not satisfy the third equation.

y  3  t2 . 1. 1. Express the 1ines in parametric form L1 : x  3  2t1 . Let L1 :   and L2 :   2 1 1 3 1 1 L1 has direction numbers  2. maybe skew or intersect. z  4  t1 . y  1  t1 . L2 : x  2  3t2 . the 1ines are not para11e1 or coincide. z  2  t2 .1. 1.1  t 3. 1.Solution: x  3 y 1 z  4 x  2 y 3 z 2 3. Since there is no t for which  2.1 and L2 has direction numbers 3.1 .

then these two 1ines are intersect to each other. z  2  t2   3  2t1  2  3t2 . 2. y  3  t2 . The point of intersection is x  3  2t1  3  2  1  1 y  1  t1  1   1  2 z  4  t1  4   1  3  1.…continue solution: Continue : 3 At an intersection point we must have   1  t1  3  t2  t1  1 and t2  1  4  t1  2  t2  Satisfy a11 of the equation.3    or x  2  3t2 .

or skew. x  6t . z  2  t . 1.   2 3 4 3 2 .CLASS ACTIVITY 2 : In problems below. x  1  t . tell whether the two lines are intersect. parallel. z  1  3t 3. y 1 z  2 x  3 y  2 z 1 x  . y  3t . x  1  2t . If they intersect. y  1  9t . z  t x  1  2t . give the point of intersection. y  4  t . y  4  3t . z  3t . 2.

REMEMBER THAT… Theorem: The orthogonal vector theorem Nonzero vectors v and n are orthogonal (or perpendicular) if and only if v n  0 where n is called the normal vector. .

y. we have a p1ane containing point Q  x0 . then N. z  in the p1ane. z0  and is orthogona1 (norma1) to the vector N  Ai  Bj  Ck So1ution: If we have another any point P  x. y0 .QP  0 N.QP   Ai  Bj  Ck  . .Let say.  x  x0  i   y  y0  j   z  z0  k   A  x  x0   B  y  y0   C  z  z0  A  x  x0   B  y  y0   C  z  z0   0 Then Ax  By  Cz  D  0 @ Ax  By  Cz    Ax0  By0  Cz0   0. as D   Ax0  By0  Cz0 .

a normal vector to the plane Ax  By  Cz  D  0 is N  Ai  Bj  Ck . z0 has the following forms: Point-normal form: A x  x0   B  y  y0   C  z  z0   0 Standard form: Ax  By  Cz  D  0 Conversely.An equation for the plane with normal N  Ai  Bj  Ck that contains the point  x0 . y0 .

N  2i  4 j  3k 2. P  1.5 .1.3. P 1. N  i  2j  3k . 1 .EXAMPLE 21 Find an equation for the plane that contains the point P and has the normal vector N given in: 1.

N  2i  4 j  3k Solution : Point-Normal form 2  x 1  4  y  3  3 z  5  0 Standard form 2  x  1  4  y  3  3  z  5   0 2 x  2  4 y  12  3z  15  0 2 x  4 y  3z  5  0 .1.3. P  1.5 .

then v x w is orthogonal to both v and w n  vw .REMEMBER THAT.. Theorem: Orthogonality Property of The Cross Product 3 If v and w are nonzero vectors inR that are not multiples of one another.

4 . Q  0.EXAMPLE 22 Find the standard form equation of a plane containing P  1. 3. 2.1 .1. and R 1. 2 .

so just pick one of them !! . y0 .Hint : What we need? N? Point  x0 . z0  ? N  PQ  PR Since. Q and R are points in the p1ane. a11 point P.

y0 . you just have to find the va1ue of A. B and C.EXAMPLE 23 Find an equation of the line that passes through the point Q(2. 3) N = Ai + Bj + Ck .3) and is orthogonal to the plane 3x-7y+5z+55=0 Hint : Equation for 1ine. so. -1.-1. obvious1y. z  z0  Ct . x  x0  At . z0  (2. and  x0 . y  y0  Bt .

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1. x 1 y 1 z  2 Show that the 1ine   2 3 4 is para11e1 to the p1ane x  2 y  z  6. 2. 1 and is orthogona1 to the 1ine x  3 y 1 z   . . 1 and is para11e1 to the p1ane 2 x  y  3 z  1. 2. 3 5 2 Find a p1ane that passes through the point 1.1. 3. Find an equation for the p1ane that contains the point  2.

2. .3 that is para11e1 to the 1ine of intersection of the p1anes 3x  2 y  z  4 and x  2 y  3z  5.EXAMPLE 24 Equation of a Line Parallel to The Intersection of Two Given Planes Find the equation of a 1ine passing through  1.

x  2 y  5 z 1 x  1 y z  16   and   3 2 4 2 1 5 .EXAMPLE 25 Equation of a Plane Containing Two Intersecting Lines Find the standard-form equation of the p1ane determined by the intersecting 1ines.

z  5  t intersects the p1ane 4 x  5 y  2 z  18 .EXAMPLE 26 Point where a Line intersects with a Plane. y  4t . Find the point at which the 1ine with parametric equations x  2  3t .

INTERSECTING PLANE The acute angle between the planes : cos  EXAMPLE 27 n1  n 2 n1 n 2 Find the acute angle of intersection between the planes 2 x  4 y  4 z  6 and 6 x  2 y  3z  4 .

DISTANCE PROBLEMS INVOLVING PLANES The distance D between a point P0  x0 . y0 . z0  and the plane ax  by  cz  d  0 is D ax0  by0  cz0  d a b c 2 2 2 .

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