I think that no one has tired answer because of the lack of TeX.

I will try to give some help.

Try to show that ||r’(t)||=e^{t} sqrt(2).

Then s(t)=Integral{0,t} ||r’(u)||du. Write t as function of s; then write r(t(s)).

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- February 20th 2007, 08:04 PM #1

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- February 22nd 2007, 02:57 PM #2
I think that no one has tired answer because of the lack of TeX.

I will try to give some help.

Try to show that ||r’(t)||=e^{t} sqrt(2).

Then s(t)=Integral{0,t} ||r’(u)||du. Write t as function of s; then write r(t(s)).