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Unformatted text preview: . The function sec is 11 on [0, /2) [ , 3 /2). Here are some prototype examples that help illustrate how to proceed. 4.1.1 Example 1: 4.1.2 Example 2: 4.1.3 Example 3: 4.2 Example Find Solution: Remark Note that the restrictions on the domain of the integrands will often not be expressed explicitly unless it is required by the problem in question. It is a good idea to at least check what the restrictions are in case this is relevant in the problem later on. 4.3 Example Find Solution: 4.4 Example Find Solution: 4.5 Example Compute Solution: 4.6 Note After having verified that they are indeed true, students can use the following formulas without proving them every time....
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 Spring '07
 Anoymous
 Calculus, Integrals

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