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2. Show your work and explain your answers and reasoning. 3. Express your answers in simplified form. Insrmcti l. (25) Compute /C.‘ a. J£x2+—32 — cos(x))dx
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Hour Test III Teaching Assistant 9 November 2000 3. (25) The brass nozzle shown in Figure] is formed by revolving the triangle of Figure
2 about the yaxis. What volume of brass does this solid contain? (All measurements are in cm.)
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Hour Test III Teaching Assistant 9 November 2000 4. (25) A hemispherical tank of radius 12 containing brine with a density of 70 pounds
per cubic foot is being pumped out. Find the work done in lowering the brine level from 2 feet below the top of the tank to 5 feet below the top of the tank, given that the
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Hour Test III
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