Q1. (A) AT WHAT POINT ON THE CURVE + IS THE TANGENT PARALLEL TO Y-AXIS?
(B) FIND THE EQUATION OF TANGENT AT FOR THE CURVE X= SIN3T , Y = COS2T .
Asked by poojaparmar065 | 10th Oct, 2014, 09:13: PM
Answered by Vimala Ramamurthy | 11th Oct, 2014, 06:12: PM
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