Answer to Question #27153 in Analytic Geometry for Dragan Ignjatovic

Question #27153
Hi, i have the following equation: (x/a)^m + (y/b)^n = 1 Problem: Find radius of curvature for the following two conditions: Condition 1: x = 0; y = b Condition 2: x = a; y = 0 Exponents m and n are greater than 0 Put in another way: For the following curve: y = (1-(x/a)^m)^n*b 1. What is the radius of curvature when x = 0? 2. What is the radius of curvature when x = a? For example: a = 200 b = 100 m = 2.5 n = 0.6 y = (1-(x/200)^2.5)^.6*100 x y 0 100 25 99.66817654 50 98.11310708 75 94.74034578 200 0 1. What is the rasius of curvature when x = 0? 1. What is the rasius of curvature when x = 100? I am having problems with division by zero when using a standarg radius of curvature formula. Thank you in advance, Dragan Ignjatovic
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