Midterm #1 from Winter 2009

Midterm #1 from Winter 2009 - Calculus II Midterm 1...

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Calculus II Midterm 1 February, 2009 2 1. (3 marks each; total 9 marks) Answer each question in the space provided. You MUST show your work. a) Evaluate 1 1 dx x x . b) Consider the integral 4 2 ln xdx . If using the Trapezoidal rule to approximate this integral, the error is approximated by 2 3 12 ) ( n a b K E T with K x f ) ( ) 2 ( . Find the value of K . [Note: Just find K ; you do NOT have to approximate the resulting error] c) Evaluate 0 3 cos sin xdx x .
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Calculus II Midterm 1 February, 2009 3 2. (8 marks) Evaluate dx x x x 4 3 3
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Calculus II Midterm 1 February, 2009 4 3. (8 marks) Evaluate dx x x 2 2 4 1
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Calculus II Midterm 1 February, 2009 5 4. (8 marks) Evaluate dx x e x 1 2 ) arcsin( . [Hint: One way to start is to find an appropriate u -sub] [Note: This one is a lot of work…do it after you’ve tried everything else on the test]
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Calculus II Midterm 1 February, 2009 6 5. (2 marks each; total 8 marks) Answer each question in the space provided. You do NOT have to show your work for this question, but you may do so if you wish (e.g. for
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Midterm #1 from Winter 2009 - Calculus II Midterm 1...

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