Use your some other reference source to find real-life applications of (a) linear differential equations and (b) rotation of conic sections that are different than those discussed in this section.

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Use your some other reference source to find real-life applications of (a) linear differential equations and (b) rotation of conic sections that are different than those discussed in this section.

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(a) Find the ral-life applications of linear differential equations 1. In medicine field, it helps for modeling cancer growth or the spread of disease. 2. It is used to study and analyze the population growth. 3. It helps to describe the movement of electricity in engineering. 4. It helps for modeling chemical reaction in Chemistry. 5. It is used to understand the change in investment return over the time in economic field. (b) Find the real-life applications of rotation of conic sections. 1. It helps to describe the paths of the planets around the sun, planetary rotations and revolution which are elliptical. 2. It also used in the field of designing satellites that antenna is rotated parabola to absorb and radiate signals. 3. It helps parabolic mirrors which are used to converge light beams at the focus of the parabola. 4. In telescopes, the parabolic mirrors and lenses are used.
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