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263B Math Guide for Test 2 Here are some sample questions from sections 5.5, 6.16.3. Some topics that we covered are not represented by these questions, but are still fair game. 1. Evaluate each of the following integrals. A method is suggested, but you may use another method if you prefer. 5 (a) Rules/algebra: 2 4 x2 - 3 dx x 2 (b) Substitution: 3 1 xex dx (c) dx. 10 (d) Parts: 0 xe2x Partial Fractions: 9...

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263B Math Guide for Test 2 Here are some sample questions from sections 5.5, 6.16.3. Some topics that we covered are not represented by these questions, but are still fair game. 1. Evaluate each of the following integrals. A method is suggested, but you may use another method if you prefer. 5 (a) Rules/algebra: 2 4 x2 - 3 dx x 2 (b) Substitution: 3 1 xex dx (c) dx. 10 (d) Parts: 0 xe2x Partial Fractions: 9 5 dx (x + 1)(x + 3) 2. Evaluate each of the following integrals by a method of your choice. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) -2 1 x2 ex dx x ln(x) dx ln(x) dx x x2 x - ...

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