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any particular problem, piease raise your hand and one of the proctors Wiil come and taik to
you. At the compietion of the exam, piease hand the exam booklet to you}: TA. If you have
any questions about the grading of the exam, please see the instructor within 15 cafendor
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(1,1), (3,2). c1 english32B MIDTERM E RADKO Problem 3. A lamina (ﬂat plate) occupies the part of the disc 2:2 + y2 _<_ 1 that lies in
the ﬁrst quadrant. Its density at any point is proportional to its disance from the :Ewaxis:
pm: y) : Cy1 Where c is a given constant. Find the moment Mfg of this imaging with respect
to the y—axis. @5 Q 5%}. englishSZB MIDTERM Z Radko Problem 4;. Write down (but don’t compute!) the tripie integral of the form fed fef dzdmdy
represenéing the volurne ofthe tetrahedron.enclosed by the coordinate planes and the plane 2$+y+zm4. 6 engiish32i3 MIDTERM 1 RADKO Problem 5. Integrate the function f (:c,y, z) = m
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