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Unformatted text preview: (Give your answer in terms of distance along the ground from the start.) 3. For each fall, where is the steepest descent and how steep is the angle at that point? 4. Does your path satisfy the safety criterion? Explain why or why not. 5. Draw the graph of the slope of the path versus the distance along the ground from the start. 6. The thrill of the coaster is defined as the sum of the angle of steepest descent in each fall in radians + number of tops. Calculate the thrill of your path. 7. The amount of material needed for a support is the square of the height of the support. So, for example, a support that is 20 feet high would require 2 20 or 400 feet of material. Find the amount of material needed for the supports in your path. Limits & Continuity Textbook problems: Section 2.4, page 109 #67 – 70, 83, 85 Section 2.5, page 118 #39 – 42 Section 2.6, page 130 – 131 #45, 46, 51 – 53, 63,  66...
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 Spring '09
 aaron
 Derivative, Differential Calculus, 10 feet, new roller coaster

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