Math150HW8

Math150HW8 - 8.1 Know the graphs domains and ranges of the...

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MATH 150 FINAL INFO + HW: CHAPTER 8 (10 POINTS EXTRA CREDIT) SPRING 2009 START DESIGNING YOUR SHEET OF NOTES FOR THE FINAL! Your sheet will be allowed on Part 2 (but not Part 1) of the Final. On Part 1, you will have to remember derivatives, integrals, and trig and hyperbolic identities; you may need the Chain Rule. Know all of the formulas on the front endpaper of your textbook, except for #1, #19, and #20 under “FORMULAS FOR INTEGRALS.” In addition, know the derivative and integral formulas and the identities for the hyperbolic functions. Also know the definitions of sinh x and cosh x . Know the graphs, domains, and ranges of the inverse trig functions. Check the old Final (especially Part 1) on my web site. Turn this HW in separately from the Ch.7 HW. Chapter 8 will be well represented on the Final! Read some of the Examples in this chapter for additional assistance. Know the rules/formulas for derivatives and integrals, as well as basic identities.
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Unformatted text preview: 8.1: Know the graphs, domains, and ranges of the inverse trig functions. 1, 5, 19, 21 8.2: 1, 3, 7, 9, 17, 29, 31a, 33, 37, 41 (Think first!) Warning: In the Student's Solutions Manual , the authors sometimes forget to write u out in terms of x in the final answer; in this sense, the manual does not complete some of the problems. 8.3: 1a, 3, 5, 7, 9, 27-35 odd Look at the applications on p.441. Look at 49. Look at 55-70. For 57-70, notice the similarities with formulas you (hopefully) remember from trigonometry (listed on the back endpaper of your textbook). There is a sign flip from what you might expect on 60-69, except 61, 65, and 68. Warning: In the Student's Solutions Manual , the authors sometimes forget to write u out in terms of x in the final answer; in this sense, the manual does not complete some of the problems. Why are they called “hyperbolic” functions? Check my web site – Notes for Chapter 8. 8.4: Skip...
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