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# BONUS: Find the slope of the line tangent to the parametric equations below (known as the butterfly curve) at the point (x,y) =(,e - X= sin(t) ecos(t ) 2 cos(4t) - ...

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###### BONUS: Find the slope of the line tangent to the parametric equations below (known as the butterfly curve) at the point (x,y) =(,e - X= sin(t) ecos(t ) 2 cos(4t) - sin' (#)) cos(t) cus( ) ~2cos(4t) - sin (z te"

BONUS: Find the slope of the line tangent to the parametric equations below (known as the butterfly curve) at the point (x,y) =(,e - X= sin(t) ecos(t ) 2 cos(4t) - sin' (#)) cos(t) cus( ) ~2cos(4t) - sin (z te"  #### Similar Solved Questions

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