i have this ellipse formula and i cant see how they got it to be represented in
sch vectoric way
by what method?
formula?
http://i28.tinypic.com/zlzr04.gif
i have this ellipse formula and i cant see how they got it to be represented in
sch vectoric way
by what method?
formula?
http://i28.tinypic.com/zlzr04.gif
I am not sure how to begin an answer.
I think you just have to have studied parametric representations.
That topic is standard in almost all calculus courses.
$\displaystyle \frac{{x^2 }}{{a^2 }} + \frac{{y^2 }}{{b^2 }} = 1\; \leftrightarrow \;\left( {a\cos (t),b\sin (t)} \right)$