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###### HW6 Solutions

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Fall 2013 Calculus I - Homework 6 Solutions Victor Allard October 29, 2013 1 Problem 3.9.22 A particle moves along the curve y = 2sin(πx 2 ). As the particle passes through the point (1 3 ,1 ) , ...

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###### MIdterm 1 Solutions

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###### HW5 Solutions

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###### HW1 Solutions

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###### HW2 Solutions

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###### HW3 Solutions

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Fall 2013 Calculus I - Homework 3 Solutions Victor Allard September 29, 2013 1 Problem 2.4.22 Using a ϵ, δ definition of a limit, prove that limx→−1.5 ( 9−4x2 3+2x ) = 6. Step 1. Guessing a value for δ. Let ϵ > 0 be given. ...

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###### HW4 Solutions

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