assignment 1 - dL dt = 6 . 48 e-. 09 t , with initial...

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Calculus for the life Sciences II MAT 1332B, MAT 1332C Assignment 1 Due date: 8:30 in class, January 20, 2010 Instructor (circle one): Robert Smith? , Jing Li DGD (circle one): 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Name (printed) Student Number By signing below, you declare that this work was your own and that you have not copied from any other individual or other source. Signature Problem 1 Calculate Z 1 1 + 4 t dt. Problem 2 Calculate Z 2 - 2 ( y 3 + 4 y 5 ) dy . Problem 3 Calculate Z π/ 2 - π/ 2 [ x 2 - 20sin( x )] dx. Leave your answer in exact form (not a decimal approximation). Problem 4 Calculate Z 5 2 cos(2 π ( x - 2)) dx. 1
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Problem 5 Calculate Z π/ 4 0 e cos x sin xdx. Problem 6 Calculate Z π/ 2 0 x cos(2 x ) dx. Problem 7 The amount a fish grows follows the differential equation
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Unformatted text preview: dL dt = 6 . 48 e-. 09 t , with initial condition L (0) = 5, where t is measured in years and L is measured in centimetres. How much does the fish grow between ages t = 0 . 5 and t = 1 . 5? (Give your answer to two decimal places.) Problem 8 The amount of chemical produced follows dP dt = 5 te-t , with initial condition P (0) = 2, where t is the time in minutes and P is measured in moles. How much chemical is produced between times t = 5 and t = 10? (Give your answer to four decimal places.) 2...
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