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    Graphing vector-valued function

    How do you plot vector valued function r(t)=t^2i+t^3j.
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    Re: Graphing vector-valued function

    Quote Originally Posted by apatite View Post
    How do you plot vector valued function r(t)=t^2i+t^3j.
    Hi apatite!

    The trick is to fill in different values for t and see where they come out.
    Which coordinates do you get for t=0? And for t=0.1? t=0.2?
    If you link the dots together, you'll get a curve.
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