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Course: MATH 153, Fall 2009
School: Bellevue College
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126 Show Math Your Work! Good Luck! (4) 1. April 9, 2007 Quiz 2 A r 2 1 Fig. 2 shows the rectangular coordinate graph of r = r(). Sketch the polar coordinate graph of r = r(). Name __________________________ please print !/2 2 !/4 r = r(!) ! 2! ! 1 ! 2 0 Fig. 1 (3) 2. Fig. 2 shows the polar coordinate graph of r = r(). Use the graph to answer the questions about the values of the various derivatives....

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126 Show Math Your Work! Good Luck! (4) 1. April 9, 2007 Quiz 2 A r 2 1 Fig. 2 shows the rectangular coordinate graph of r = r(). Sketch the polar coordinate graph of r = r(). Name __________________________ please print !/2 2 !/4 r = r(!) ! 2! ! 1 ! 2 0 Fig. 1 (3) 2. Fig. 2 shows the polar coordinate graph of r = r(). Use the graph to answer the questions about the values of the various derivatives. (circle the correct word) !/2 dx At A, d is POS NEG ZERO UNDEFINED dr At B, d is POS NEG ZERO UNDEFINED dy At d C, x is POS NEG ZERO UNDEFINED 3. (3) (3) B C A Fig. 2 0 Calculate dx and the slope of the line tangent to r(" ) = 2 + sin(" ) when " = 0.8 d" ! dx d = ____________ (number)slope = ___________ (number) ! ! 4. Fig. 4 shows part the graph of the petal r() = sin(2). (a) Represent the s...

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