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The University of British Columbia Final Examination - April 24, 2009 Mathematics 101 All Sections Closed book examination Last Name First Signature Section : Student Number Instructor : Special Instr
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SOLUTIONS MATH 101 - PRACTICE MIDTERM I
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Problem I. (12 pts) Short answer questions. Here you only need to give the correct answer no detailed explanations/ calculations are needed to support your ans
Problem 12-110 (page 54) COMPLETION OF PROBLEM 12-110 The trajectory equation is
y( x) = a( x ! x0 )2 + b( x ! x0 ) + y0
where
a=!
g 2v 2 cos2 " 0 0
b = tan!0
When !0 = 25! , ( x0 , y0 ) = (0, 4 ) ft
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #10 MATH101.209 - INTEGRAL CALCULUS
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