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Cross-sectional area: We took the cross-section of the bottom of the brim of the hat. We
approximately the area by calculating the area of the ellipse formed by the outer rim of
the hat, and subtracted the area of the circle formed by the inner
Math 32 Section 6
Fall 2008
Instructor: Tim Stallmann
Oce: 037 Physics, West Campus
email: [email protected]
Oce Hours: by appointment
About this Course Math 32 is a second-semester calculus course which
covers with rigor Riemann sums and the denitio
The following trends may be helpful in deciding what method to use.
If you have sinm(x) * cosn(x) and either m or n are an odd positive number and
the other is any real number than isolate one of the factors and use either
sin2(x)= (1- cos2(x) or cos2(x)=