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Unformatted text preview: Name: MA 1022  2007 B Term Section A02
November 6, 2007 Quiz — Sections 5.5, 5.6, 5.7 1. Evaluate each of the following. (5 points gm
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f: (xB) 4* + £(x3M7‘ b. ItanS xsec2 xdx u: hm 7‘ 3 («l—ansx seczxdxz g u3du 1: Aug sec‘)‘ Ax 3. A ball is dropped from a height of 320 ooblongs above the surface of
Mars. As you undoubtedly recall, the gravitational pull of Mars is
equal to 40 ooblongs per second per second, with the negative sign
indicating that gravity operates in a downward direction. Answer the
following questions about this Martian ball. (5 points w) a. What is its average height between the time it is dropped and
the time it hits the ground? NH: ’ézo—.;._(4o+") := 3‘ZOHZO‘tL 0 when 1!“: L} b. What is its average velocity between the time it is dropped and
the time it hits the ground? 4. Find the area bounded by the parabola y = x2 — 4x , the lines
x = 0 and x = 5, and the xaxis. (IOpoz'nts) . You are given: jf(x)dx = A ljﬂxwx = B
1j.f(x)a’x = C I]. f (x)dx = D
and I]. f (x)dx = E 12
Find in terms ofA, B, C, D, and/orE
10 Be sure to show your work! (8 points) ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2009 for the course MA 1022 taught by Professor Abraham during the Spring '09 term at WPI.
 Spring '09
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 Calculus

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