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Old 12-04-2012, 03:44 AM   #283921
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Figuring them out is meh, you're supposed to solve them.
That's what I mean by figuring out.
Even did it on the back of an envelope. Totally legit, bro.
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I'd never reach that point if it wasn't for the peer pressure, lol.
I'd just stew on it until I reached the threshold of feel where I did it.
lol, peer pressure doesn't affect me, as materialized by my 190E.
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Money does affect me, as demonstrated by my lack of progress on the 190E.
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And the crazy thing about cars is you can just be driving along, herpa derp, and then BAM, car is totalled by someone not paying attention. As happened to my 330i, and the 190E in my sig.

All that time and money is gone. 100% efforts should probably not be spent on cars...
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Kalim, I'm in very dire need of help on #5 and #8 as shown by the fact I'm up at 2:30am doing calculus and not browsing the web for nerdy stuff like for cars or robots.



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Money affects everyone. You do what you can while still satisfying a standard because you can just about always find something more to do with more money.
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And the crazy thing about cars is you can just be driving along, herpa derp, and then BAM, car is totalled by someone not paying attention. As happened to my 330i, and the 190E in my sig.

All that time and money is gone. 100% efforts should probably not be spent on cars...
True, but that's a terrible way to think.
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LOL, it seems Frank is really sad that he has nothing better to do, and Miles is really sad that he can't figure out his calc problems.
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And the crazy thing about cars is you can just be driving along, herpa derp, and then BAM, car is totalled by someone not paying attention. As happened to my 330i, and the 190E in my sig.

All that time and money is gone. 100% efforts should probably not be spent on cars...
No point in eating healthy or working out since we could drop dead any moment... right? no point taking calculus and trying to get some higher education either ...

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Kalim, I'm in very dire need of help on #5 and #8 as shown by the fact I'm up at 2:30am doing calculus and not browsing the web for nerdy stuff like for cars or robots.

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#5 I think the fact that it's oriented clockwise is a hint that you should do a piecewise line integral instead of applying Green's Theorem. The equations for the lines are simple since it's triangle. Sketch it out.
y=0, -1 <= x <= 1
y=x+1, -1 <= x <= 0
y=-x+1, 0 <= x <= 1
You can parametrize those yourself. Make sure you get the signs correct since you travel backwards over x for the base of the triangle.


#8 Another triangle. You can do it piecewise as two triangles.
First triangle is -2 <= x <= 0 and 0 <= y <= 3x/2 + 3.
Second triangle is 0 <= x <= 2 and 0 <= y <= -3x/2 + 3.
M = 2x^2 + 3y
N = 2x + 3y^2
Compute integral 1
integ(integ(dN/dx - dM/dy, y, 0, 3x/2+3), x, -2, 0)
And integral 2
integ(integ(dN/dx - dM/dy, y, 0, -3x/2+3), x, 0, 2)
Add those results together for circulation.
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No, Miles is one of those pretend azns.
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LOL, it seems Frank is really sad that he has nothing better to do, and Miles is really sad that he can't figure out his calc problems.
A whole lot of SAD going on.
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