Math 143
Polar Coordinates Problems
1. Change the following from polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates:
(a) (5, )
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Recall that x = r cos and y = r sin
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Therefore, x = 5 cos( ) = 5( 1 ) = 2 .
Math 143, Section 2
Quiz 1
Due: 02/09/2007
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1. (3 points) Determine whether the following functions are even, odd, or neither:
(a) f (x) = x4 + x
Solution:
f (x) = (x)4 + (x) = (1)4 x4 x = x4 x
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Math 143, Section 2
Quiz 3 - Solutions
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1. In the space below, carefully draw the graphs of the following:
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(a) (3 points) y = 3 tan( 2 t) 2
Notice that this graph have been stretched vertically
Math 143, Section 1
Quiz 4 - Solutions
03/02/2007
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1. (4 points) Verify the following identity by transforming the left hand side into the right hand side:
1
1
+
= 2 csc2
1 cos 1 + cos
Solution
Math 143
Quiz 5 - Solutions
Due: 04/02/2007
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This is a Take-Home Quiz. You may use your book and course notes, and you may consult with other
members of the class, but you may not consult with ou
Math 143, Section 1
Quiz 1 - Solutions
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Due: 1/29/2007
This is a Take-Home Quiz. You may use your book and course notes, and you may work with other members
of the class, but you may not consult
Math 143
Final Exam Practice Problems
1. Given the angle = 12 radians
(a) Express in terms of degrees, with your answer rounded to the nearest hundredth of a degree.
180
12rad rad 687.55
(b) Draw in s
Math 143, Section 1
Exam 1 - Solutions
01/31/2007
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Instructions: You will have 50 minutes to complete this exam. Calculators are allowed, but this is a
closed book, closed notes exam. I will give
Math 143
Exam 2 - Solutions
02/21/2007
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Instructions: You will have 50 minutes to complete this exam. Calculators are allowed, but this is a
closed book, closed notes exam. I will give credit to
Math 143
Exam 3 - Solutions
03/23/2007
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Instructions: You will have 50 minutes to complete this exam. Calculators are allowed, but this is a
closed book, closed notes exam. I will give credit to