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    velocity

    position t>=0 is x(t)=(e^tsin(t), e^t, e^(t)cos(t))

    find velocity in general and at t=0 and pi/2

    so i think u just take the drivative of each and plug in 0 and pi over 2 but what does in general mean
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    Quote Originally Posted by dat1611 View Post
    position t>=0 is x(t)=(e^tsin(t), e^t, e^(t)cos(t))

    find velocity in general and at t=0 and pi/2

    so i think u just take the drivative of each and plug in 0 and pi over 2 but what does in general mean
    "in general" means to get the velocity in terms of t
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