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This pupil consultant is outstanding, even perhaps detailed, between such publications in that its writer, Fred quickly, was once really a scholar person of the textbook in the course of one of many years we have been writing and debugging the booklet. (He used to be the most effective scholars that 12 months, incidentally. ) due to his heritage, Fred has taken, within the consultant, the viewpoint of an skilled scholar show supporting you to profit calculus. \~ile we don't continually imagine Fred's jokes are as humorous as he does, we take pleasure in his enthusiasm and his wish to input into verbal exchange together with his readers; when you consider that we almost always consider the mathe matical decisions he has made in explaining the cloth, we think that this advisor can serve you as a helpful complement to our textual content. To get greatest take advantage of this consultant, you need to start through spending a number of moments to acquaint your self with its constitution. when you start within the path, make the most of the various possibilities which the textual content and scholar advisor jointly supply for studying calculus within the in basic terms method that any mathe matical topic can really be mastered - via trying to remedy difficulties by yourself. As you learn the textual content, attempt doing every one instance and workout your self prior to interpreting the answer; do a similar with the quiz difficulties supplied by means of Fred.

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21, 13. so ~ .. (1/1S)! ~)~. ~ .. Il~12, 17. u is the vector II(~·~/~·~)~I= the length is I~'~I /II~I = where e is the angle between ~ dist(Q,i) .. {(xl - xO) 2 2 2 + (Y1 - YO) + (zl - zO) - (1~'~I/II~IIi~I)II~1I = Icos elll~lI, and on ~ v • Use the formula [a(x 1 - xO) + b(YI - YO) + c(zl - Zo)]2/(a 2 + b 2 + c 2)}1/2. x .. 3t + 2 Z - t + 1 goes through y .. -t - 1 (xo,yo,zo) and has direction (1,1,2), the distance is {(_1)2 + (_2)2 + (1)2 - [3(-1) + (-1)(-2) + 25. The equation of the plane through 16 .

1 Substitute for Therefore, 49. ~ b Then, ~.! - cos 300 • c. I • 1, to get 3/4 + 2c 2 - 1, - a 2 + b2 + c 2 so c - 1/21:2 . u· (13/2)! R 53. and ~ + ~ • ~ = 11£11 -a II all , 211~1 2 a we have -II~I 211~1 + £'~ =~. (2~) is perpendicular to 57. 61. 65. =~. (£ - ~) = 211~1 + 2 - 2 2 = -a'a +~. (£ - ~) + £'~. , is ad - bc, so I-i 2 2 3 3 = O. ~ Since = IIbll = so Therefore £ (-1)(1) - z 118~3 _~I -1 -1 -1 1/2 -51 11 1/2 -5 8/3 69. (~ +~) £ - ~ = 2~, £'~ 2 The volume is the absolute value of 1-;21- + £,~.

The The speed of the bird relative to the earth's surface x is determined by the sum of the two vectors: (40/12)1 + (40/12 - 15)1 . 25 km/hr. R 29. 33. 1 + i + ~, so it is x-I + t , The direction of the line is Y - 1 + t, Z - 2 + t . The vectors from and -1 - i - (1,1,2) to (2,2,3) respectively. 1 k -1 -2 1 -1 y + D - O. 635 1 Substituting and (0,0,0) 1 +i +~ are The normal to the plane is given by - (0,0,0) -! 1. yields Thus, the plane is D - 0, -x + so the plane is -x+y-O. 37. cients of x , y, Z - 41.