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San Diego State - M - 151
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San Diego State - M - 151
MATH 151: CALCULUS IIGroup Final (Fall 2002) SOLUTIONS by Steve Leduc1 (a) Evaluate the integral# x2 ln (x) dx . # u dv = uv - # v du . The table below showsWe will determine this integral using Integration by Parts,how we choose u and dv fo
San Diego State - M - 151
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San Diego State - M - 639
HW#2 Math 639 Nonlinear Waves 1. This exercise aims to analyze some generic aspects of the KdV equation: 1 3 h2 ut + ux + uux + uxxx = 0, (1) c 2h 6 where u(x, t) is the vertical displacement of the wave surface from its resting level, c is the spe
San Diego State - M - 151
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San Diego State - M - 151
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