CARROLL COLLEGE
Department of Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science
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MA 122 Calculus II John L. Scharf
Final Exam Ma 8 2008
There are 6 problems on this part, each worth 16213 points. In addition, there is a 15point bonus
problem
MA 189 Mathematics for Engineers II
Lab 1 Skydivers and Families of Curves
Due Tuesday, January 22
During the fall from an airplane, the forces acting on a skydiver are the earths gravitational pull
(i.e., the weight of the skydiver) and the air resistanc
MA189Lab4DeerandCougars
DueTuesday,September25,2012
The following predator-prey model represents deer and cougar populations at year n.
D0 = 250, C0 = 1.25
1. a. Which animal is the predator and which is the prey?
The cougar is the predator and the deer a
Cody Noffsinger
MA 189 LAB 3
MA 189 Mathematics for Engineers I
Lab 03: Exploring First-order, Linear, Non-homogeneous, Difference Equations with
Constant Coefficients.
Due in lab on Tuesday, September 18
The following lab exercise explores analytical sol
Noffsinger, Cody
MA 189 LAB 1 Sequences
A. Savings Account Problem
1. When r(rate)=.02 and is compounded monthly, n being the
number of months, then assuming there is no additional amount
being added to the account:
2. When the initial value is
same, then
MA233 Section 16-5 Worksheet
Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
Cylindrical Coordinates:
r is the distance from the point
to the origin (negative values point
opposite direction)
is the normal mathematical angle
measured from the positive x axis
coun
MA233 Section 16-5 Worksheet
Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
Cylindrical Coordinates:
r is the distance from the point
to the origin (negative values point
opposite direction)
is the normal mathematical angle
measured from the positive x axis
coun
MA233 Lab 7 Volumes
Due Date: Thursday Oct. 24 at 12pm
Lab Goals:
1. Work to nd volumes and area of functions using multiple integration.
2. Investigate changing limits of integration for double integrals.
A
3. Use L TEX to write up the results from the l
Cody Nosinger and Nick Lumetta
Lab 6 MA233
Contents
f (x, y ) = y 2 cos(x) + x sin(y )
The For Loop
Gradient Search for a Maximum
Maximum Points
Gradient Search for a Minimum
Minimum Points
f (x, y ) = y 2 cos(x) + x sin(y )
1. MatLab tells us there is on