
Position Vector
The position vector http://place32.placementtester.com:8...lndeieomfl.gif of a body, at time t, relative to an origin is given by the vector:
http://place32.placementtester.com:8...aciijngngf.gif
Find its x,y,z coordinates when t = 1.1
For this i assumed 8sin(4t) represented the x coordinate and so on for the y and z. But simply subbing in 1.1 doesnt work
Thanks

Re: Position Vector
Hello, MMCS!
Did you have your calculator in radian mode?

Re: Position Vector
i tried doing the caluculation in both modes and dont get the answer, am i right to think, for the coordinate it would simply be:
8*sin(4*1.1)