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MAT 203 Vector Calculus

Semester II, 2018/2019

Tutorial 1

1. Match the following conic section with one of these equations:

a.

x

2

4

+

y 2

9

section with one of these equations: a . x 2 4 + y 2 9 =

= 1,

b.

x 2

2

+

y 2 = 1,

a . x 2 4 + y 2 9 = 1 , b. x 2 2

c.

y 2

4

x 2 = 1,

x 2

4

2

y 9

1 , c . y 2 4 − x 2 = 1 , x 2 4

= 1.

d.

y 2 4 − x 2 = 1 , x 2 4 2 − y 9

2. For each of the following equations (ellipses or hyperbolas), put each equation in standard form. Then plot them in Mathematica.

a. 9x 2 + 10y 2 = 90

b. y 2 3x 2 = 3

c. 169x 2 + 25y 2 = 4225

d. 64x 2 36y 2 = 2304

3. The parabola y 2 = 8x is shifted down 2 units and right 1 unit to generate the parabola (y + 2) 2 = 8(x 1).

a. Find the new parabola’s vertex, focus and directrix.

b. Sketch the new parabola.

4. Find the center, foci, vertices, and radius, as appropriate, of the following conic sections.

a. 2x 2 + 2y 2 28x + 12y + 114

b. y 2 4y 8x = 12

= 0

c. 9x 2 + 6y 2 + 36y = 0

d. x 2 y 2 + 4x 6y = 6

5. Sketch the curve with parametric equations x = sin t and y = sin 2 t.

6. In Mathematica, graph the following parametric curves.

a. x

= 9 cos t cos 9t,

y

= 9 sin t sin 9t;

0 t 2π

b. x = 3 cos t + cos 3t,

y = 3 sin t sin 3t;

0 t 2π

What happens if you replace 3 with 3 in the equations for x and y? Graph the new equations and find out.

7. For each of the following parametric equations, eliminate the parameter and write the cor- responding rectangular equation. Then graph the curve in Mathematica and indicate the orientation of the curve.

a. x = 6 sin 2θ, y = 4 cos 2θ

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Semester II, 2018/2019

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b.

x = 4 + 2 cos θ,

y = 1 + sin θ

c. x = t 3 ,

y = 3 ln t

Determine any differences between the curve of parametric equations (a - d). Are the graphs the same? Are the orientations the same? Are the curves smooth?

a. x = t,

y = 2t + 1

b. y = 2 cos θ + 1

x = cos θ,

c. y = 2e t + 1

x = e t ,

d.

x = e t ,

y = 2e t + 1

For the following point in polar coordinates, find the corresponding rectangular coordinates for the point and plot it.

a.

7, 5π

4

b. (4.5, 3.5)

For the following point in rectangular coordinates, find two sets of polar coordinates for the point for 0 θ 2π and plot it.

a.

Convert the following rectangular equation to polar form.

a. 3x y + 2 = 0

Convert the following polar equation to rectangular form.

a.

(3, 4)

b. (3, 2)

b.

b.

y 2 = 9x

r = θ

r = sec θ tan θ

13.

Solve questions 13 - 15 in Mathematica.

Plot the following polar equation and find an interval for θ over which the graph is traced only once.

a.

r = 2 cos 3θ

2

b.

r 2 = 4 sin 2θ

14.

Plot r(θ) = 2(1 + cos θ) for 0 θ 2π, and s(θ) = 6 cos θ for π/2 θ π/2 in one graph. Find the points of intersection of these two polar curves.

Then, obtain the same curve using the command

ParametricPlot.

15. Plot r(θ)

=

cos 2θ

for

0

θ

2π.

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