Unformatted text preview: calculations following the suggested format discussed in class. Over what range of x do you integrate? 5) Compare the result you obtain using the 5 th order polynomial to that cited in the answers to problems on page 193 obtained by Waltham using a 4 th order polynomial. 6) Assume this sheet sand is nearly rectangular in map view and has total length of 8 km. Estimate the volume of the deposit. 7) Given that the sand has a porosity of 17%. Assume the sand is water saturated. What is the total volume of water contained in the sand? Present A) your Excel chart showing trendline, trendline equation and correlation coefficient; B) your integration (area) and volume calculations, and C) your calculations of total deposit volume and water volume....
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- Spring '09
- order polynomial, sedimentary deposit