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Evaluate the integrals in Exercises 2. [w- 2 1. / x(x – 3) dx (x² – 2x + 3) dx 3 dx dx 3. 4. x299 (x + 3)4 Зx2 (x³ 2x + 3) dx 5. dx 6. •32 (x² + Vã) dx x6/5 dx 7. 8. TT 2 sec2 x dx (1 + cos x) dx 9. 10. /3 sin u 4 cos u -Зп/4 11. TT/4 csc 0 cot 0 d0 12. du

Evaluate the integrals in Exercises 2. [w- 2 1. / x(x – 3) dx (x² – 2x + 3) dx 3 dx dx 3. 4. x299 (x + 3)4 Зx2 (x³ 2x + 3) dx 5. dx 6. •32 (x² + Vã) dx x6/5 dx 7. 8. TT 2 sec2 x dx (1 + cos x) dx 9. 10. /3 sin u 4 cos u -Зп/4 11. TT/4 csc 0 cot 0 d0 12. du

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Calculus: Early Transcendentals

8th Edition

ISBN:

9781285741550

Author: James Stewart

Publisher:

Cengage Learning

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1 Functions And Models

2 Limits And Derivatives

3 Differentiation Rules

4 Applications Of Differentiation

5 Integrals

6 Applications Of Integration

7 Techniques Of Integration

8 Further Applications Of Integration

9 Differential Equations

10 Parametric Equations And Polar Coordinates

11 Infinite Sequences And Series

12 Vectors And The Geometry Of Space

13 Vector Functions

14 Partial Derivatives

15 Multiple Integrals

16 Vector Calculus

17 Second-order Differential Equations

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1.1 Four Ways To Represent A Function

1.2 Mathematical Models: A Catalog Of Essential Functions

1.3 New Functions From Old Functions

1.4 Exponential Functions

1.5 Inverse Functions And Logarithms

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Problem 3P: Solve the equation |2x 1| |x + 5| = 3.

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Problem 13P: Solve the inequality ln(x2 2x 2) 0.

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Problem 19P: If fo(x) = x2 and fn+1(x) = fo(fn(x)) for n = 0, 1, 2,, find a formula for fn(x).

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