I need to find the geodesic between 2 fixed points with respect to the integral of square root of(1+sin^2x(dg/dx)^2)dx where x is the parameter. It says to show that the geodesic has the form cos x=A sin x cos g+B sin x cos g

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- April 16th 2013, 06:00 PMsean60630Calculus help
I need to find the geodesic between 2 fixed points with respect to the integral of square root of(1+sin^2x(dg/dx)^2)dx where x is the parameter. It says to show that the geodesic has the form cos x=A sin x cos g+B sin x cos g

- April 16th 2013, 06:46 PMchiroRe: Calculus help
Hey sean60630.

What does the g function refer to? - April 17th 2013, 05:15 AMHallsofIvyRe: Calculus help
Misinterpretation.