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Old 12-04-2012, 02:52 AM   #21
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I did 3 and 6. Multivariable calc is split into two separate 2-credit courses at my university, and I never took the second half (so I don't know how to do anything with multiple integrals). It's been a while since I touched this stuff, but I'm pretty confident in the answers. I suck at drawing graphs so I just attached a computer generated graph for #6.





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Your handwriting sucks? lol you should see mine
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:11 AM   #23
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I did 3 and 6. Multivariable calc is split into two separate 2-credit courses at my university, and I never took the second half (so I don't know how to do anything with multiple integrals). It's been a while since I touched this stuff, but I'm pretty confident in the answers. I suck at drawing graphs so I just attached a computer generated graph for #6.





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Going over it now; partial credit at the least, looks good so far. PM me your paypal address so I can send rewards.

EDIT: Both look good!
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:27 AM   #24
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I did 3 and 6. Multivariable calc is split into two separate 2-credit courses at my university, and I never took the second half (so I don't know how to do anything with multiple integrals). It's been a while since I touched this stuff, but I'm pretty confident in the answers. I suck at drawing graphs so I just attached a computer generated graph for #6.





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Old 12-04-2012, 03:35 AM   #25
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$0.10 you're making a grammatical mistake even though your first language is English.
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$0.10 you're making a grammatical mistake even though your first language is English.

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Old 12-04-2012, 05:58 AM   #27
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Yes, but probably not the kind you're thinking. I'm Indian.
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Attempted problem 5. Not confident at all in it...

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#8, once again, worried about setup. Something seems off though... Because nothing takes into account the orientation of the curves...

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I think your 5 is wrong I got 5/2, your 6 is right and im not sure about 9.
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Keep in mind that OP is only half Asian
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c1 r(t)=(1-t)i
C2 r(t)=(t-3)i +(t-2)j
c3 r(t)=(t-3)i +(4-t)j

I used this on 5.

c1 0-t-2
c2 2-t-3
c3 3-t-4

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What values did you get for C1, C2, and C3? Were any of them the same?
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on c1 i got 0 witch was the same.

did my integration again, made a mistake and now have -1. and on c2 i also go -7/6.

everything was perfect except the last part of your integration -1/3-1/2+1=1/6

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on c1 i got 0 witch was the same.

did my integration again, made a mistake and now have -1. and on c2 i also go -7/6.

everything was perfect except the last part of your integration -1/3-1/2+1=1/6
Oh crap, I see that I failed at basic algebra.

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