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MATH 1322
Midterm Exam 2 Study Guide
Due: 11/2/2016
Instructions:
This study guide is NOT to be turned in for a grade. It is for extra practice.
Be sure to look at the problems listed on all your homeworks (including the ones not collected)!
The proble
Homework 7
MATH 1322
Due: 10/19/2016
Instructions:
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Homework 5
MATH 1322
Due: 09/28/2016
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Homework 8
MATH 1322
Due: 10/26/2016
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Pm dx
The method of partial fractions can be used to integrate rational functions, integrals of the form f 006)
where P(x) and Q(x) are polynomials.
Simple Linear Factors (9' , r3 )(X. .14. 0
Given a function such a f (x) - e can nd a common denoginat
mm. 1322. .
Section 834: Taylor Polynomials
To evaluate a polynomial like f(x) = x8 4x5 + i, all we need is arithmetic addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division. However, algebraic functions such as f (x) = 3W6 1 or trigonometric,
logarithmic, o
1-dcntcr of Mass
Eve1y object has a balance point called thwhich is expressed in terms of quantities called
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Center of Mass of Particles
Pgment lof a si11g\e le pa1ticle of mass m with lespect to a line L 1s the product of the particle 3 mass
Homework 2
MATH 1322
Due: 09/7/2016
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Homework 3
MATH 1322
Due: 09/14/2016
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.9 1' Volumes of Revolution
Another application of the denite integral is in nding th volume f a three-dimensional solid.
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If @10an the lane IS f1cvolved!about a line, the 1esulting solid 15 a solid of 1evolution, and the line 18
calle e of 1evolution.
Homework 4
MATH 1322
Due: 09/21/2016
Instructions:
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Homework 1
MATH 1322
Due: 08/31/2016
Instructions:
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MTH. 132.2
Section 8.2: Fluid- Pressure and Force
Another application of 1ntegration deals with the force exerted on a surface by a body of wate: /
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Lessgiis the force pei uni! area,n1easur'ed 1n units such as newtons per square mete1
MTH 1322
Section 8.1: Arc Length
A satellite orbits Earth. How far does it travel? A baseball follows a quadratic path. How far did it fly along
its path? These questions deal with the length of trajectories, or arc length.
Arc Length for = ()
Suppose a c
MATH 1322
Midterm Exam Study Guide
Due: 10/5/2016
Instructions:
This study guide is NOT to be turned in for a grade. It is for extra practice.
Be sure to look at the problems listed on all your homeworks (including the ones not collected)!
The problems