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18.02 Problem Set 2
Due Thursday 9/18/08, 12:45 pm in 2106.
Part A
(15 points)
Hand in the underlined
problems only; the others are for more practice.
Lecture 4. Thu Sept. 11
Theorems about square systems. Equations of planes
Read: Notes M.4 (pp. 9–10); Book pp. 798–800
Work: 1H/ 3abc
, 7; 12.4/ 23, 32, 50
, 51; 1E/ 1abcd
e, 2
, 6
.
Lecture 5. Fri Sept. 12
Parametric equations for lines and curves
Read: 12.4, pp. 796–797; 10.4 to top of p. 647
Work: 1E/ 3abc
, 4
, 5; 1I/ 1, 3ab
d, 5
.
Lecture 6. Tue Sept. 16
Velocity, acceleration. Kepler’s second law
Read: 12.5 to p. 808; (7) on p. 818; Notes K.
Work: 12.5/ 3, 4, 33; 1J/ 1, 2
, 3, 4
, 5, 6
, 9
, 10
; 1K/ 3
.
Part B
(12 points)
Directions:
Attempt to solve
each part
of each problem yourself. If you collaborate,
solutions must be written up independently. It is illegal to consult materials from previous
semesters. With each problem is the day it can be done.
Write the names of all the people you consulted or with whom you collaborated and the
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