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Project 2 MAC 2311 1. What are all values of X for which sin( X ) = 0 ? X = 0 , ± π, ± 2 π,. .. In interval notation, what is the range of values for sin( θ ) ? Using the above information, solve the equation sin( π sin( θ )) = 0 . Think of π sin θ as ” X ”... 2. For this problem we will work with the function f ( x ) = x . Give a quick sketch of the function f ( x ) on the axes below. Write a function d ( ω ) that represents the distance from the point ( 0 , 0 ) to the point on the graph of f ( x ) having x -coordinate ω . Illustrate this in your picture above by labelling the two points and drawing the line between them in the three cases when ω is chosen to be 1 , 4 , or 9 . d ( ω ) = ω 2 + ω What is the domain of the function d ( ω ) in this current context? If you were simply given your function d ( ω ) as a formula without any context, what would its natural domain be?
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3. Your vascular system designs itself to minimize resistance in order to reduce the energy that is required to convey the blood through your body. Poiseuille’s law states that the resistence of the blood as it travels through a vessel is
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course MAC 2311 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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