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## MultivariateCalculus

by: Moshe Swift III

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# MultivariateCalculus MATH200

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Moshe Swift III
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WINTER 2004 DOUBLE INTEGRALS IN POLAR COORDINATES 7 REVIEW MATH 200 H F 9quot th 9quot 93 T1 F3 Evaluate ydA where R is the region in the rst quadrant bounded by the circles 952 y2 4 and R x2 y2 25 Comment Look at 0 250 sin9rdrd9 Evaluate Mac 32 CIA where D is the region bounded by the cardioid r 1 cos 9 D Comment Look at 0 OHCOSQ r r dr d9 Evaluate di where D is the region in the rst quadrant that lies between the circles 952 y2 4 and D x2 y2 295 Comment Note that x2 y2 295 is really the circle as 7 12 y2 1 with center at 1 0 and radius 1 ln polar coordinates this circle has the form r 2cos 9 Note at 9 0 r 2 while at 9 7r2 r 0 7r2 Look at di rdrd9 D 0 2cos9 Find the area of the region enclosed by the cardioid r 1 7 sin 9 27r 17sin9 Comment Look at dA rdrd9 D 0 0 Find the area of the region inside the circle r 3cos9 and outside the cardioid r 1 cos 9 Comment We need to nd the two intersection points 3cos9 1 cos9 so 2 cos9 1 or 9 i7r3 The s9 7r 3 3 co desired integral is then r dr d9 77r3 1cos9 Find the volume of the solid under the cone 2 M952 y2 and above the ring 4 S x2 y2 S 25 27r 5 Comment x2 y2 dA r r drd9 D 0 2 Find the volume ofthe solid that is bounded above by the the sphere x2y222 1 and below by 2 x x2 3 Comment In polar coordinates the cone is 2 r and the sphere is r2 22 1 The volume is given by 27r 195 V 17 r2 7 r rdrd9 0 0 Find the volume of the solid bounded by the paraboloids 2 3952 32 and 2 4 7 x2 32 Comment In polar coordinates the paraboloids are 2 3r2 and 2 4 7 r2 They intersect at 3r2 4 7 r2 7r or r 1 We get 4 7 r2 7 3r2 rdr d9 0 0 Find the volume of the solid that inside both the cylinder 952 y2 4 and the ellipsoid 4952 4y2 22 64 Comment In polar coordinates the cylinder is r 2 and the ellipsoid is 4r2 22 64 The integral is 7 27r 6 r dr d9 0 74647 4 WINTER 2004 TRIPLE INTEGRALS IN SPHERICAL COORDINATES 7 REVIEW MATH 200 1 Evaluate x2 y2 22 dV where E is bounded below by the cone 4 7r6 and above by the sphere E F 9quot th 01 27r 7r6 2 Comment Look at p p2 sin 4 dpd4dl9 0 0 0 Evaluate M952 y2 dV where E is bounded below by the cone 4 7r6 and above by the sphere p 2 E 27r 7r6 2 Comment Look at p sin 4 p2 sin 4 dpd4dl9 0 0 0 Evaluate de where E is bounded below by the cone 4 7r6 and above by the sphere p 2 E 27r 7r6 2 Comment Look at p sin 4 cos 9 p2 sin dpd4d9 0 0 0 Find the mass of a solid hemisphere H of radius 2 if the density at any point is proportional to its distance from the center of the base 27r 7r2 2 Comment Look at p p2 sin 4 dpd4dl9 0 0 0 Find the volume of the solid bounded above by the sphere as y2 22 4 laterally by the cone 2 me 32 and below by the sphere x2 y2 22 1 27r 7r4 2 Comment Look at p2 sin4dpd4d9 0 0 1 Convert the given triple integral into spherical coordinates 3 W m a Z x2 y2 22 dzdydx 73 7W 0 3 M m b x2 y2 22dzdxdy 0 0 x522y2 27r 7r2 3 Comment a p cos 4 p p sin 4 dpd4dl9 0 0 0 b The solid is the portion of the the sphere x2 y2 22 18 that lies both inside the cylinder 952 y2 9 7r2 7r4 2 3 and the cone 2 me 32 that all lies in the rst octant p2 sin4dpd4d9 0 0 3 sin 4

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