Application Index - Rogawski Calculus, Early...

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Rogawski Calculus, Early Transcendentals Applications Index Chapter 1: Precalculus Review Application Description Section Page Number(s) Details Astronomy Escape Velocity from a Planet with Regards to Mass, Radius, and Universal Gravitational Constant 1.5 42 Exercise 7 Astronomy Velocity of Electron Emitted from a Gun Fired from a Spaceship Traveling Away from Earth 1.6 50 - 51 Example 6 Biology Average Antler Weight of a Male Red Deer as a Function of Age 1.1 5-6 Figure 17, Table 2 Biology Bacteria Population in a Bottle as a Function of Time 1.6 48 Example 4, Figure 7 Biology Bird Flight-Graphing the Relationship Between Velocity and Power Consumption 1.7 55 - 56 Example 5, Figure8 Drugs and Disease Frequency of Types of the Cystic Fibrosis Genes in a Population 1.2 20 Exercise 44 Engineering Moore’s Law – Chairman of Intel Corporation Gordon Moore’s Prediction Regarding the Increase in Complexity of Integrated Circuits with Relation to Time Following 1965 1.6 44 Figure 1 Engineering Richter Scale in Relation to Earthquake on October 8, 2004 in Manila and as Based on Logarithm of Amplitude of Seismic Waves (Philippine Institute of Volcanology 1.6 47 Figure 5
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and Seismology) Engineering Velocity of Missile Fired from a Plane Using Einstein’s and Galileo’s Law 1.6 51 Example 7 Engineering Gutenberg-Richter Law – Predicting Number of Earthquakes of Each Magnitude Per Year 1.6 52 Exercise 36 Engineering Energy Released as Seismic Waves from Earthquake of Particular Richter Magnitudes 1.6 52 Exercise 37 Physics Materials Expand When Heated – Effect of Temperature Change on Size of Metal 1.2 19 Exercise 27 Physics Volume of Oil in a Tank as a Function of Height 1.5 44 Exercise 52, Figure 21 Physics Einstein’s Law of Velocity Addition 1.6 50 Within Text, Equation 3, Figure 13 Physics Using Galileo’s and Einstein’s Laws of Velocity to Find Velocity of Woman Walking on a Train 1.6 52 Exercise 42 Chapter 2: Limits Application Description Section Page Number(s) Details Agriculture/ Biology Calculating the Percentage of Plants Infected by the Fungus fusarium exosporium as a Function of Time 2.1 68 Exercise 26, Figure 15 Astronomy Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion 2.1 61 “Historical Perspective” Business Finding Discontinuity Using the 1993 Formula for Federal Income Tax 2.4 93 Exercise 87 Business Computing Average Rate of Change of the Price of Chapter Review 115 Exercise 2
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Gas During 2004 Exercises Physics Calculating the Average Velocity of a Car 2.1 61 Within Text Physics Estimating Instantaneous Velocity Using a Stone Falling to Earth Under Influence of Gravity 2.1 62 Example 1, Figure 2 Physics Speed of Sound in Air (Sonic Boom) – Finding the Average and Instantaneous Rate of Change of Speed of Sound as Function of Air Temperature 2.1 64 - 65 Example 2 Physics Fraunhofer Diffraction Pattern of Light Waves 2.2 79 Further Insights and Challenges Exercise 57, Figure 17 Physics Graph of Atmospheric Temperature as a
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2009 for the course MATH calculus 3 taught by Professor Ningzhong during the Spring '08 term at University of Cincinnati.

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