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Current Score: 0/43 Due: Sat Jul 17 2010 11:59 PM CDT Question Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/4 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 0/3 Total 0/43 1. 0/3 points SCalc6 17.6.001.MI. [1387340] 2. 0/3 points SCalc6 17.6.003. [832847] 3. 0/3 points SCalc6 17.6.017. [832845] HW 16 (1312148) Description 17.6, Parametric surfaces and their areas; 17.7, Surface integrals Determine whether the points P and Q lie on the given surface. r ( u , v ) = 3 u + 3 v , 3 + 5 u - v , 2 + u + v P ( 0 , 3 , 2 ) Q ( 12 , 23 , 6 ) Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution Identify the surface with the given vector equation. r ( u , v ) = ( u + v ) i + ( 4 - v ) j + ( 4 + 2 u + 3 v ) k Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution Match the equation with its graph. x = (cos( u )) 3 (cos( v )) 3 y = (sin( u )) 3 (cos( v )) 3 z = (sin( v )) 3 P and Q are on the surface. P is on the surface, but Q is not. Q is on the surface, but P is not. Neither P or Q are on the surface. hyperbolic paraboloid elliptic cylinder plane circular paraboloid Page 1 of 6 Assignment Previewer 7/11/2010 ..
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4. 0/4 points SCalc6 17.6.019.MI. [1387287] I II III IV V VI Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution Page 2 of 6 Assignment Previewer 7/11/2010 ..
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5. 0/3 points SCalc6 17.6.029. [1283354]
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