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# Chapter 9.1 - 9.4 MTH 162

Jack Magann
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These notes cover chapters 9.1 through 9.4 Topics include: Curves and parametric equations, polar coordinates and conversions, Arc length using a parametric equation, Area under curves given b...
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Calculus 2 chapters 91 92 Parametric equations Equations and curves in the XY plane can be represented with 1 y f x 2 x f y 3 F x y O implicit 4 Parametric Equation x fa Where t is referred to as a parameter y 90 This represents a point on a curve as shown by the below table x t2 For y t3 t x y Point at xy 0 0 00 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 2 4 8 48 2 4 8 48 Ex Graph without using a table x t 1 y t2 Through substitution y x2 easy enough to graph x sin t 2 y Sing t gt 3 x due to the domain ofthe sin function only from 1 to 1 t 3 x 6 gt y x2 domain of et is O lt t y 621 4 Eliminate the parameter find the equation of the graph x3 2t 3 x y23t 2t3x Iquot 3x E 2 E y 223 x 22 2 2x2 96 4 x 4 2 cos9 C0509 T y 1 2sin 9 Smog 3 2 5 square both sides and add them 2 2 1 so x 42y124 This is a circle When the parameter can t be easily done one needs to use differentiation dy Given x fa Then d y y 90 d f dx Ex x t2 t 2 1 F1nd the equatlon of the 11ne of tangent to the curve t3 3t at t 2 a Plug in t to find starting point x 4 y 2 at t 2 Point of tangency 42 dy d3 2 b dx 2t1 Att Z dx 3 3 Slopeoftangent c Find the equation for the tangent y 23x 4 gt y3x 10 Second derivatives x ft dzy d dy dy Givenyzga 5 dx dx Ex d2 x 9 sin 9 1 F1nd y of dx2 y 1 cos9 x 9 sin 9 d y 5M9 so now 39 9 dx 1 cos0 39 L 1 cos0 2 d3quot I 2 2 2 d y E dl 1 c050c050 51n 0 cosQ cos 0 51n 0 cosQ l 1 dx2 d0 1 cost92 1 cost92 1 cost92 1 c050 2 dy 1 d 3 dQ 1 c056 1 1 1 dx2 1 c050 1 c050 1 c050 1 cos 192 Parametric equations and Arc length For calculating arc length we already know two formulas 2 1yfxanSb sf1 dx b d 2 2 xf aSySb sfa 1 dy There is a third using parametric equations x xt 3 313 aStSb 3fo 22dt Ex 1 Find the length of the arc for fl if 31522 914 212 4152 s f01V9t4 4t2dt join912 4dt u 912 4 du 18t s iflxEdu i3u 1 i9t2 41 i 13V13 18 18 0 18 3 0 27 0 27 x9 sin9 y 1 COS 9 is an example of a cycloid Area under a curve Remember b For regular equatlons fa f x dx IS the area under the curve Ex Find the area under one arch of the cycloid x i 9 5m 9 y 1 cos 9 Area f9902nydx y 1 c059 dx 1 cos 9 2 f0 1 cos 6X1 cos 9d9 2 f0 1 2 c059 cos 9d9 f02n1 ZCOSH 1 c0529 d9 foznG ZCOSH c0529 d9 3 1 2 3 9 2 sm9 sm29 X2739 2 37 square umts 2 4 0 2 Calculus 2 Chapters 93 94 Rectangular coordinates x y Polar coordinates 139 Consider Point P x y in rectangular or r 9 in polar Conversion From 1quot 9 to x y c059 2 gt x rcosH sin9 2 gt y rsinH x2 y2 2 From x y to r 9 r W cost9xz y2 sin9 2 tan9 For tangent it could be in multiple quadrants depends on point For 33 the point is in quadrant 1 so 9 g For 33 the point is in quadrant 4 so 9 57 Ex 1 Convert from polar form to rectangular form apoint25n r22 9 5 T l x rc059 2c053 22 1 yrsin925in5n2 T 1 b curve 1quot 3 c059 i c059 2 r 37x 1 2 3x y2 x2 2 3x circle ii r23rcosl9 xrcosl9 x2y23x 2 Convert from rectangular form to polar form a point 1 V3 TWV1 32 tan9 3 92 35 b curve 2x 3y 2 4 2rcosl93rsin94 r 2cosQ351n0 Graphs of polar equations Attached Handout For slope of a tangent in regards to polar equations Given polar curve 1 f 9 What is 2 xrcosl9 y r Sin 9 This is a parametric equation so d d dy a f 6 sin0f0 cos 0 d 81n0rcos0 dx f 0 cos 0 fX sin 9 c030 1 sin 0 Area under a curve region In rectangular form the representation for area under a curve is f f x gxdx Where the area is incremented by Widths of rectangles In polar form the area is incremented by s arc length area 0 sector 6 6 1 4 area of sector 2 gtlt7tr2 r26 radians areaof ClTCle 2n 2n 2 Consider a polar curve 7 f 9 The interval of integration is from 9 a to 9 b R is the total region bounded by r f 9 AA is the area of the incremented sectors of 39 u 39 39 i H the curve u Therefore AA fx2A9 so A f69fx2 d9 EX 1 Find the area of one pedal of r cos59 Need to nd out the range of integration Find Where r 0 When 59 E 9 l 2 10 The rst pedal is then bound in the region 110110 1 2 1 721 1 1 quot10 soA 2 XEfO cos 56MB f0 E1c05106d9 9 1 Osm106 ea 01 2 Find the area of the region bounded by the graphs r 3 2 cos 9 and r 3 sin 9 O a nd their intersection points 3 2cosB3 sin9 tan91 6 and b Find Which is the upper function and Which is the lower function plot some points in the limits of integration V r3 Zsin9 r3 2cosl9 r 0 3 o 1i 0 9 1 W2 3 nz 3 7t 5 n 5 37T2 3 ant2 3 2 1 2n AA farthest sector from pole shortest sector from pole AA 3 2 cos 92A9 3 2 sin 92A9 5 1 T A 22 9 12c0594c0529 3 125in64sin29 Z From here it becomes a long but doable integration problem remember the power reducing formulas when doing this

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