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Math 215 Rosetta Stone for Stewart’s 4th, 5th, and 6th editions 2007–2008 Some of you are using the fourth edition of our text. Note that this is not the recommended edition. In the list below a = b = c means that if you are asked to do c in the sixth edition, then you should do b in the fifth edition and a in the fourth edition. The words “approximate translation” mean that the problem is not exactly the same, but is close enough for homework purposes. 1. § 1.2: 16 = § 1.2: 18 = § 1.2: 22 2. § 13.4: 39 = § 13.4: 39 = § 13.4: 43 3. § 13.5: 69 = § 13.5: 69 = § 13.5: 73 4. ??? = § 14.1: 19–24 = § 14.1: 19–24 5. § 14.2: 50 = § 14.2: 50 = § 14.2: 50 6. § 15.1: 30 = § 15.1: 30 = § 15.1: 30 7. § 13.4: 51–56 = § 15.1: 53–58 = § 15.1: 55–60 (approximate translation) 8. § 15.3: 4 = § 15.3: 4 = § 15.3: 4 9. § 15.3: 63 = § 15.3: 65 = § 15.3: 69 10. § 15.5: 41,48,49 = § 15.5: 43,50,51 = § 15.5: 45,52,53 11. § 15.6: 34 = § 15.6: 36 = § 15.6: 36 12. § 15.6: 36 =
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course MATH 215 taught by Professor Fish during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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