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Section 3.8 dy 1. (4) Compute dx for y= cosh(x4 )
2 2. (4) Find the derivative of dy 3. (4) Find dx for y= f (t) = −t2 sinh2 t − cosh2 t sinh(x2 )
x . Simplify your answer. 4. (8) The cable between two towers of an overhead utility cable hangs in the shape of
the curve y=
where T wx
T is the tension in the cable at its lowest point and w is the weight of the cable per unit length. Suppose the cable stretches between the points T
x = −w and x= T
w Sketch a graph of the cable. Find an expression for the sag in the cable (the distance
between the highest point on the cable and the lowest point on the cable). Show, by computing both sides, that y= w
T 1 + (y )2 . ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course MATH 124 taught by Professor Kennedy during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '08