Posted by **Joe ** on Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:43pm.

Ok I know that the slope of a straight line is the same thing as x with a dot aboce it or simply the first derivative of x

on the unit circle tangent gives you the slope of the reference line right? This can be expressed using the notation expressed above but how?

Thanks!

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