Hi all, this is a final review question, there are so many parts from (a) to (j), but i think it includes all the details, so any advice and help would be awesome~ thanks a lot~~

A particle of mass m moves under the influence of a central force whose magnitude is given by f(r) = kr, where k > 0. (The particle is thus repelled by the force center.) At some instant $\displaystyle t_{0}$, the particle is observed to be at ($\displaystyle r=r_{0}$ $\displaystyle \theta=\theta_{0}$) and moving with a speed $\displaystyle v_{0}$ in a direction that makes an angle $\displaystyle \gamma$ with the polar axis (i.e., the positive x-axis). Assume $\displaystyle \gamma$ is not equal to {$\displaystyle 0,\pi,2\pi$} and $\displaystyle v_{0}^2$ is not equal to $\displaystyle \frac{k}{m}r_{0}^2$.

(a) Show that the polar equation for the orbit of the particle has the form $\displaystyle \frac{\alpha}{r^2}=1+\varepsilon\sin[{2(\theta-\theta_{0})+\Omega}]$

(b) Determine the values of the constants $\displaystyle \alpha$ and $\displaystyle \varepsilon$ in terms of the parameters m, k, E, and L.

(c) Determine the values of the constants $\displaystyle \alpha$ and $\displaystyle \varepsilon$ in terms of the parameters m, k, $\displaystyle r_{0},v_{0}$, and $\displaystyle \gamma$.

(d) Show that the orbit equation, in Cartesian coordinates, is a quadratic form A$\displaystyle x^2$ + Bxy + C$\displaystyle y^2$ + Dx + Fy + G = 0 and determine explicitly the constants A, B, C, D, F, and G in

terms of $\displaystyle \alpha,\varepsilon,\theta_{0}$

(e) The orbit of the particle is thus a conic section! Determine the type of conic section.

(f) Show that the conic section (whose precise nature you determined in part (e)) is one whose center is at the origin and whose axes are rotated by an angle $\displaystyle \beta$ (with respect to the polar axis)

where the value of $\displaystyle \beta$ is given by the equation $\displaystyle \tan(2\beta)=-\cot(\theta_{0})$

Thus, the orientation of the orbit (w.r.t. a set of fixed coordinate axes) depends only on $\displaystyle \theta_{0}$!

(g) Prove that the shape of the orbit is independent of $\displaystyle \theta_{0}$(i.e., $\displaystyle \theta_{0}$only affects the orientation).

(h) Find the distance of closest approach to the center of force (i.e.$\displaystyle r_{min}$).

(i) Determine the eccentricity $\displaystyle e$ of the orbit.

(j) How do parts (a)-(i) change if the restriction ($\displaystyle v_{0}^2$ is not equal to $\displaystyle \frac{k}{m}r_{0}^2$) is removed?

NOTE: In parts (h) and (i), consider the cases E < 0 and E > 0 separately, and express your answers in terms of $\displaystyle \alpha$ and $\displaystyle \varepsilon$