# HW6B - may skim “inverse hyperbolic functions” but no...

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Calculus 1A: Homework Assignments. Notes and Hints. Revised 1/19/09 Spring 2009, TT 3:30pm - 5:00pm, Room 105 Stanley Hall Instructor: Professor Zvezdelina Stankova HW6B. Read § 3.7: Concentrate on Physics - velocity and acceleration; § 3.8: Concentrate on exponential growth and decay (population growth and radioactive decay) and continuously compounded interest; § 3.11: Concentrate on hyperbolic functions and their derivatives (you
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Unformatted text preview: may skim “inverse hyperbolic functions”, but no need to memorize formulas for inverse hy-perbolic functions or derivatives of inverse hyperbolic functions). Solve and Write Problems: (1) § 3.7: #2,4,6,8,10 (2) § 3.8: #2,4,6,8,12,18,20 (3) § 3.11: #4,8,12*,30,32,34,38,54,55 1...
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