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Multivariable Calculus
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DEFINITIONS, THEOREMS, FORMULAS, and PROPERTIES
You should know the definitions of the following vocabulary terms and formulas from the text. While
definitions will not be asked explicitly on the exam, they will be
Multivariable Calculus
Chapter 15 Review
DEFINITIONS, THEOREMS, FORMULAS, and PROPERTIES
You should know the definitions of the following vocabulary terms and formulas from the text. While
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Multivariable Calculus
Chapter 16 Review
Solutions to Short Answer Problems
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1. Find L x dx + x2 dy + y dz, where L is the line given by g(t) = ht, t, ti, 0 t 1.
Solution:
Z 1
Z
2
ht, t2 , ti h1, 1, 1i dt
x dx + x dy + y dz =
0
L
Z 1
=
t + t2 + t dt
0
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Introduction
Consider the following integral theorems we have used in this course:
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f 0 (x) dx = f (b) f (a)
a
The Fundamental Theorem for Line Integrals:
Z b
f (r(t) r0 (t) dt = f (r(b) f (r(a)
a
Greens Theorem:
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Solutions to Chapter 13 Review
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2
1. Find the domain of the vector function r(t) =
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t
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x2
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+
= 1
a2
b2
c2
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SHORT ANSWER SOLUTIONS
1. Compute the double integral
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S
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fx = 4y 4x
fy = 4x 4y 3
fxx = 4
fyy = 12y 2
fxy = fyx = 4
D(x, y) = det
fx
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Ch 12 Review Solutions
Solutions to Chapter 12 Review
1. Find the distance between (1, 1, 2) and (1, 1, 1).
Solution: The distance between (1, 1, 2) and (1, 1, 1) is given by
p
(1 (1)2 + (1 1)2 + (2 1)2 = 3.
Since the distance is a
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SHORT ANSWER SOLUTIONS
1. Let f (x, y) be the constant function f (x, y) = 2. Describe the domain, range and graph of this
function.
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Concepts and
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