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Calculus Volume 3 | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9781938168079 | Authors: Openstax ISBN: 9781938168079 2033

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Problem 51

For the following problems, find a tangent vector at the indicated value of t.

\(\mathbf{r}(t)=t \mathbf{i}+\sin (2 t) \mathbf{j}+\cos (3 t) \mathbf{k} ; t=\frac{\pi}{3}\)

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\mathbf{r}(t)=t \mathbf{i}+\sin (2 t) \mathbf{j}+\cos (3 t) \mathbf{k} ; t=\{\pi}{3}

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Textbook: Calculus Volume 3
Edition: 1
Author: Openstax
ISBN: 9781938168079

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