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Overview
Each and every movement in each and every sport contains a great deal of
physics. In some sports, such as swimming and cross-country, the winner of a
competition is determined by who can move
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Infinite Series, Improper Integrals, and Taylor Series
Sequences and series 9.1
Determine which of the following sequences converge or diverge (a) cfw_en (b) cfw_2-n (c) cfw_ne-2n 2 (d) cfw_ n n
8
8.1
Differential Equations
Use separation of variables to solve the following differential equations with given initial conditions. (a) (b)
dy dt dy dt
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Probability
Discrete Probability
7.1
Multiple Events and Combined Probabilities 1
Determine the probability of each of the following events assuming that the die has equal probability of landing on
6
6.1
Mass distribution and Center of Mass
In a class of 20 students writing a test worth 10 points, 5 students scored 6 points, 5 scored 8 points, and 10 scored 9 points. Find the average score achie
5
5.1
Techniques of Anti-differentiation
Differential Notation 1
Calculate the differential of the following functions by using the definition dy = y (x)dx. Express the result in terms of the product
4
More Applications of Definite Integrals: Volumes, arclength and other matters
Volumes of surfaces of revolution 4.1
Find the volume of a cone whose height h is equal to its base radius r, by using t
3
Applications of Definite Integrals to rates, velocities, and densities
Velocity, acceleration, and displacement 3.1
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2
Areas and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Area Under the Curves
2.1
Estimate the area under the graph of f (x) = x2 + 2 from x = -1 to x = 2 in each of the following ways, and sketch the graph a
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Answer the following questions: (a)What is the value of the fifth term of the sum S = (b)How many terms are there in total in the sum S = (c)Write out the terms i
Chapter 10
Innite series, improper
integrals, and Taylor
series
10.1 Introduction
This chapter has several important and challenging goals. The rst of these is to understand how concepts that were dis
Chapter 9
Differential Equations
9.1
Introduction
A differential equation is a relationship between some (unknown) function and one of its
derivatives. Examples of differential equations were encounte
Chapter 8
Continuous probability
distributions
8.1
Introduction
In Chapter 7, we explored the concepts of probability in a discrete setting, where outcomes
of an experiment can take on only one of a n
Chapter 7
Discrete probability and
the laws of chance
7.1
Introduction
In this chapter we lay the groundwork for calculations and rules governing simple discrete
probabilities24. Such skills are essen
Chapter 6
Techniques of
Integration
In this chapter, we expand our repertoire for antiderivatives beyond the elementary functions discussed so far. A review of the table of elementary antiderivatives
Chapter 5
Applications of the
denite integral to
calculating volume,
mass, and length
5.1
Introduction
In this chapter, we consider applications of the denite integral to calculating geometric
quantit
Chapter 4
Applications of the
denite integral to
velocities and rates
4.1
Introduction
In this chapter, we encounter a number of applications of the denite integral to practical
problems. We will disc
Chapter 3
The Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus
In this chapter we will formulate one of the most important results of calculus, the Fundamental Theorem. This result will link together the notions of an
Chapter 2
Areas
2.1
Areas in the plane
A long-standing problem of integral calculus is how to compute the area of a region in
the plane. This type of geometric problem formed part of the original moti