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Math 123 Calculusl Name: m?» Fall 2005 RWJ
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2. (11 pts.) Evaluate 2(71'2 — 31' + 5) using the results on the cover sheet of this exam.
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edges at distances 7 ft and 12 ft, respectively, above the ﬂoor (so that the painting is 5 ft
tall). The painting is viewed by a tourist whose eye level is 6 ft from the ﬂoor. The viewing angle of the painting by the tourist depends upon the/distance x she is from
the wall. In particular, it can be shown1 that the viewing angle is biggest (making the
painting appear as large as possible) when the quantity 5x
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This homework help was uploaded on 01/22/2008 for the course MATH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '06 term at SDSMT.
 Fall '06
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 Calculus

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