i'm stuck on this problem. r(u,v) = U^2 i + 2usinv j + ucosv k u =1, v = 0 i already got their partial derivatives ru(u,v) = 2u +2sinv + cosv rv(u,v) = 2ucosv -usinv but i'm stuck here. can i assume that in(z - zo) that zo is zero?
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Originally Posted by greencheeseca i'm stuck on this problem. r(u,v) = U^2 i + 2usinv j + ucosv k u =1, v = 0 i already got their partial derivatives ru(u,v) = 2u +2sinv + cosv rv(u,v) = 2ucosv -usinv but i'm stuck here. can i assume that in(z - zo) that zo is zero? i got r = 3u + 2v - 1 is this correct?
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