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INSTRUCTOR'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL
SECTION 1.1 (PAGE 61)
CHAPTER 1.
LIMITS AND CONTINUITY
7.
Section 1.1 Examples of Velocity, Growth Rate, and Area (page 61) 1. 2.
(t + h)2  t 2 x = m/s. t h
At t = 1 the velocity is v = 6 < 0 so the particle is moving to th
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Chapter 6:
6.1: Inner Products
Unit circles and spheres in inner product space:
there are points in V, that satisfy u=1
Weights:
if wn represents the significance, in a real positive number of the vectors: u, and v than:
Ex:
unit circles and spheres in
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Chapter 2: Determinants
2.1: Determinants by cofactor
expansion
Determinant: abbc if
det(A) is cross product.
A1=1/det(A )[ ]
Minors and cofactors:
the minor entry of aij is denoted by Mij and is the remainder after the i row and the j column is
removed
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Chapter 5: Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
5.1: eigenvalues and eigenvectors
If A is a nxn matrix, then a nonzero vector x in Rn is
valid an eigenvector of A (or of the matrix operator TA)
if Ax is a scalar multiple of x; that is Ax=x
, is the eiganvalue of
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Chapter 3: Euclidean Vector Space
3.1: Vectors in R2, R3 and Rn
Parallelogram Rule for vector Addition:
when adding or subtracting vectors it doesn't matter which order the addition or subtraction occurs in.
any two vectors can be used to describe a third
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Chapter 1:
Introduction to
linear equations
and functions
1.1
x1=x, x2=y, x3=z. etc
y=ax1+bx2+cx3+.mxn
Ex: y=3x14x2+7x3
number of solutions for
functions in:
R2
parallel lines, no solution
intercept in a single point, one solution
coincident, infinitely
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Section 1.1 23
I
Every elementary row operation is reversible. TRUE You can
reverse multiplying by a constant by multiplying by its inverse.
If you add row one to row two and replace row two, then you
can subtract row one from row two to get it back.
I
A
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AM 1411a, Fall 2014
Lectures 3, September 10
2
Gaussian and GaussJordan Elimination
2.1
Elementary row operations:
1. Scaling: cRi ! Ri (c is a nonzero number)
2. Interchange: Ri $ Rj
3. Elimination: Ri + Rj ! Ri
2.2
RREF (reduced row echelon form)
1.
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Ex. Three systems of linear equations
1.
x y = 1
2x + y = 6
a) Working with equations: eq.2  2 eq.1 ) 3y = 4;
solve for y : y = 4 : Substitute y into eq.1: x = y + 1 =
3
4 = 7:
1+3
3
b) Working with the augmented matrix:
"
1
2
1 1
1 6
1R ! R
2
3 2
!
#
2R
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AM 1411a, Fall 2014
Lectures 4, September 12
2
Gaussian and GaussJordan Elimination
2.1
Elementary row operations:
1. Scaling: cRi ! Ri (c is a nonzero number)
2. Interchange: Ri $ Rj
3. Elimination: Ri + Rj ! Ri
2.2
RREF (reduced row echelon form)
1.
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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Applied Mathematics 1411a
Third Tutorial Test, version 1, November 1213, 2013
Time: 60 min
The test is closed book! You are allowed to use only simple nonprogrammable
calculators. Justi
Western University (Ontario)  Also known as University of Western Ontario
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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Applied Mathematics 1411a
Second Tutorial Test, version 1, October 2223, 2013
Time: 60 min
The test is closed book! You are allowed to use only simple nonprogrammable
calculators. Justi
Western University (Ontario)  Also known as University of Western Ontario
Applied Mathematics
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Fall 2014
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Applied Mathematics 1411a
First Tutorial Test, version 1, October 1 and 2, 2013
Time: 60 min
The test is closed book! You are allowed to use only simple nonprogrammable
calculators. Just
Western University (Ontario)  Also known as University of Western Ontario
Applied Mathematics
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Fall 2014
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Applied Mathematics 1411a
Third Tutorial Test, version 1, November 1213, 2013
Time: 60 min
The test is closed book! You are allowed to use only simple nonprogrammable
calculators. Justi
Western University (Ontario)  Also known as University of Western Ontario
Applied Mathematics
AM 1411

Fall 2014
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Applied Mathematics 1411a
First Tutorial Test, version 1, October 1 and 2, 2013
Time: 60 min
The test is closed book! You are allowed to use only simple nonprogrammable
calculators. Just
Western University (Ontario)  Also known as University of Western Ontario
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INSTRUCTORS SOLUTIONS MANUAL
SECTION 12.1 (PAGE 645)
CHAPTER 12. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION
(2,0,2)
z
Section 12.1 (page 645) 1.
f (x , y ) =
Functions of Several Variables
(2,3,2)
z=x
x+y . xy The domain consists of all points in the x y plane not on the l
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SECTION 14.1 (PAGE 759)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 14. MULTIPLE INTEGRATION
Section 14.1 1.
Double Integrals
(page 759)
The solid is split by the vertical plane through the z axis and the point (3, 2, 0) into two pyramids, each with a trapezoidal base;
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INSTRUCTOR'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL
SECTION P.1 (PAGE 10)
CHAPTER P.
Section P.1 (page 10) 1. 2.
PRELIMINARIES
19. Given: 1/(2  x) < 3.
Real Numbers and the Real Line
2 = 0.22222222 = 0.2 9 1 = 0.09090909 = 0.09 11 Thus 99x = 12 and x = 12/99 = 4/33.
CASE I. I
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SECTION 3.1 (PAGE 167)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 3. TIONS
Section 3.1 1.
TRANSCENDENTAL FUNC
7.
f (x) = x 2 , (x 0)
2 2 f (x1 ) = f (x2 ) x1 = x2 , (x1 0, x2 0) x1 = x2 Thus f is onetoone. Let y = f 1 (x). Then x = f (y) = y 2 (y 0). therefore y =
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SECTION 2.1 (PAGE 98)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 2.
Section 2.1 (page 98)
DIFFERENTIATION
7. Slope of y =
x + 1 at x = 3 is
Tangent Lines and Their Slopes
1. Slope of y = 3x  1 at (1, 2) is
m = lim 3(1 + h)  1  (3 1  1) 3h = lim = 3. h0 h h
4+h 
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SECTION 7.1 (PAGE 376)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 7. GRATION
Section 7.1 (page 376) 1. By slicing:
V = By shells: V = 2 = 2
APPLICATIONS OF INTE
3. By slicing:
V = = By shells: V = 2 = 2
1 0 1 0
Volumes of Solids of Revolution
(x  x 4 ) d x
1 0
x2 x5
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SECTION 11.1 (PAGE 597)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 11. VECTOR FUNCTIONS AND CURVES
9. Position: r = 3 cos ti + 4 cos tj + 5 sin tk
Section 11.1 Vector Functions of One Variable (page 597) 1. Position: r = i + tj
Velocity: v = 3 sin ti  4 sin tj + 5 c
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SECTION 10.1 (PAGE 542)
R. A. ADAMS: CALCULUS
CHAPTER 10. VECTORS AND COORDINATE GEOMETRY IN 3SPACE
Section 10.1 Analytic Geometry in Three Dimensions (page 542) 1. The distance between (0, 0, 0) and (2, 1, 2) is
22 + (1)2 + (2)2 = 3 units.
8. If A =
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SECTION 13.1 (PAGE 714)
CHAPTER 13. APPLICATIONS OF PARTIAL DERIVATIVES
Section 13.1 1. Extreme Values (page 714) 6.
1 1 < 0, and (4, 2) is a local Thus B 2 AC = 16 4 maximum. f (x , y ) = cos(x + y ), f 1 = sin(x + y ) = f 2