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Some exercises for 10.1 1. Sketch the curve by using the parametric equations to plot points. Indicate with an arrow the direction in which the curve is traced as t increases. Then eliminate the param
Finding K
Derrick Smith
Introduction
The error bounds for the integration approximation techniques you learned in class need 4 you to find a value of K such that f ( x) K , f ( x) K or f ( ) ( x) K fo
Error Analysis for Approximate Integration
Derrick Smith
1. Introduction
In kindergarten, when you first learned algebra, your teacher was happy if you could plug into the formulas correctly. At the c
Calculus II: In Class Examples for Section 7.7 1. Use left handed endpoints and the trapezoid rule with n = 6 rectangles to solve the following problem: Snow is falling over a 3 hour period with the f
Supplement to 7.4
After talking to many of you in office hours, I decided to write this to clarify some integration tricks that come up at the end of Partial Fractions problems. Oftentimes, the ax + b