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12/18/13Math 241 Honors Homework 6 Due Tuesday December 10, in classwebcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:IuFPJI5VvUIJ:…1/4This is the html version of the file.Googleautomatically generates html versions of documents as we crawl the web.Page 1Math 241 Honors Homework 6Due Tuesday December 10, in classInstructions:1. Full proofs and clear explanations are required.2. When turning in your paper, please staple the sheets together.3. The honors problems are more challenging than the regular homework problems, so you may not beable to solve them immediately. Please you give yourself plenty of time to think about these problems.4. You can use any results from the textbook and the notes, but you may not use any other sources(and no googling). Outside assistance and groupwork are not allowed. I will be happy to discuss theproblems with you, but I will not give away the main ideas.In this homework, we examine the planimeter (a device for measuring areas of planar regions by tracing theirboundary curves). We focus on the rolling (sliding) planimeter; polar planimeters rely on similar principles,but are more difficult to describe.

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