A2 - • From the text, exercises 7.1 # 6, 10, 7.2 # 4, 7.3...

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Math 128 ASSIGNMENT 2: Integration Techniques Winter 2011 Due at 8:25 am on Wednesday, January 19 th in the correct drop slot across from MC4066 or in class depending on your instructor’s preference. Assignments put into the wrong drop slot will not be marked. Be sure to write the course name (Math 128), section, name, UW ID and assignment # Some questions on assignments require use of a scientific calculator, but most do not The use of computer algebra systems or graphing calculators is strongly discouraged Acknowledgements: be sure to acknowledge any help you get with a short paragraph at the end of the assignment ‘Warm up’ exercises: Not to be submitted, but we recommend you try these first. Answers are in the back of the text. From the text, exercises 7.1 # 3, 7.2 # 1, 7.3 # 1, and 7.4 # 1(a)(b) Part A (answer only): Submit your answers (not full solutions) using the template provided on the last page of this assignment, which you can print or hand-copy.
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Unformatted text preview: • From the text, exercises 7.1 # 6, 10, 7.2 # 4, 7.3 # 4, and 7.4 # 12 Part B (full solution): All solutions must be clearly stated and fully justified. 1. Use integration by parts twice to evaluate Z e t sin 3 t dt . 2. From the text, do 7.3 # 8. 3. From the text, do 7.4 # 28. 4. From the text, do 7.3 # 42 (notice we’re back to section 7.3 for an application). 5. * Find all possible functions f ( x ) which satisfy the equation d dx ± 1 f ( x ) ² = 2 x. * Problems marked with an asterisk are considered challenging. Do the best you can, and try not to get discouraged if you don’t solve them completely. Challenging questions will also appear on the tests and exam, but they will be worth about 5% at the most. Answers to Part A problems: Question Answer # marks (total 5) 7.1 # 6 1 7.1 # 10 1 7.2 # 4 1 7.3 # 4 1 7.4 # 12 1 Reminder: please submit your full solutions for part B problems only....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course MATH 128 taught by Professor Pavlicek during the Spring '11 term at Bridgewater State University.

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A2 - • From the text, exercises 7.1 # 6, 10, 7.2 # 4, 7.3...

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