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Course: MATH 138, Winter 2010
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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MATH 138 Calculus 2, Solutions to MAPLE Lab Assignment 2Problem 1: Use MAPLE to list the rst 5 Taylor polynomials T1 (x), T2 (x), , T5 (x) centered at 0 for the 2x+1 function f (x) = 4x2 . Solution: The MAPLE commands f:=(2*x+1)/sqrt(4-x^2): n:=5: for i
Waterloo - MATH - 138
MATH 138 Maple Lab Assignment 1Differential Equations in MapleO with DEtools : O ode1 d diff y x , x = x C y x ; ode1 := O dsolve O dsolve O dsolve ode1, y 0 = 1 ode1, y 0 =K 1 ode1, y 0 =K 2 ; y x = K K x C 2 ex 1 ; y x = K Kx 1 ; y x = K K x K ex 1 O
Waterloo - MATH - 138
MATH 138 Calculus 2, MAPLE Lab Assignment 2Due: Monday, March 29 by 11:00 am in the MATH 138 drop boxes outside MC 4066. We can have MAPLE list the rst 7 Taylor polynomials T1 (x), T2 (x), , T7 (x) centered at 0 for the function f (x) = sin x using the f
Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
MATH 138 Assignment 10 SolutionsProblem 1: You may have wondered why odd functions are called odd, and even functions are called even. Here is a possible reason. Suppose f (x) = a0 + a1 x + a2 x2 + a3 x3 + a4 x4 + . . . for x in an interval (R, R). If f
Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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Waterloo - MATH - 138
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