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Week Homework 1: Due Friday, October 2 Chemistry 110A 2009 Professor McCurdy Problems from McQuarrie and Simon: 1-7 1-11 1-16 1-22 A-3 A-6 Begin from Euler the identity A-9 &quot; d2 % d 2-8 Start by writing the differential equation as \$ 2 + a1 ( x ) + a0 ( x )' y( x) = 0 dx # dx &amp; 2-9 !

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Week Homework 1: Due Friday, October 2 Chemistry 110A 2009 Professor McCurdy Problems from McQuarrie and Simon: 1-7 1-11 1-16 1-22 A-3 A-6 Begin from Euler the identity A-9 " d2 % d 2-8 Start by writing the differential equation as \$ 2 + a1 ( x ) + a0 ( x )' y( x) = 0 dx # dx & 2-9 !
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