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Math 2401 Quiz #2 Feb 16 Tom Morley 8:00 am Open Book and Notes. Carefully explain your procedures and answers. Calculators allowed, but answers mush be exact. Problem 1 (9 points) Ans Quiz #2 Feb 16 Tom Morley 8:00 am Problem 2 (9 points)
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Find the angle bwtween the two surfaces: - + = 1 and x + 2 - = 0 at the point: (1/2, -1/2,1) (Either the obtuse or acute angle is correct) Ans In[90]:= In[91]:= In[92]:= In[93]:= Out[93]= In[94]:= Out[94]= In[96]:= Out[96]= In[97]:= Out[97]= In[98]:=
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Unformatted text preview: Out[98]= In[99]:= Out[99]= Quiz #2 Feb 16 Tom Morley 8:00 am Problem 3 (9 points) Parabolic coordinates are u,v and . In terms of these coordinates, x, y and z are: x = u v cos() y == u v sin() z = If f is a function of u, v, and , express and , in terms of derivatives with respect to x,y,z, that is , and . The answer(s) will involve u,v, and also. Ans In[103]:= In[104]:= Out[104]//TraditionalForm= In[106]:= Out[106]//TraditionalForm= Created by Mathematica (May 3, 2006)...
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