e2 - Z 2 1 e-x 2 dx with n = 4. 5. Z ∞ e 2 e-2 x 1-3 e-x...

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Math 116 Exam 2 Directions: Do the following problems by Friday, March 26. They are worth 5 points each, 30 points total. 1. Z e 1 x 2 e x dx 2. Z e 2 x 2 + e x dx (Hint: e 2 x = e x · e x and then use form 5 on p. 500 with u = e x , du = e x dx .) 3. Z e 0 x 2 ln x dx 4. Use the Trapezoidal and Simpson’s Rules to approximate the value of
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Unformatted text preview: Z 2 1 e-x 2 dx with n = 4. 5. Z ∞ e 2 e-2 x 1-3 e-x dx (Hint: Use form 1 on p. 500 with u =-e-x , du = e-x dx . Note that a = 1 and b = 3.) 6. Z ∞ e-x dx...
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