 6.6.17E: Work from force How much work is required to move an object from x ...
 6.6.18E: Work from force How much work is required to move an object from x ...
 6.6.20E: Shock absorber A heavyduty shock absorber is compressed 2 cm from ...
 6.6.21E: Additional stretch It takes 100 J of work to stretch a spring 0.5 m...
 6.6.23E: Emptying a swimming pool A swimming pool has the shape of a box wit...
 6.6.24E: Emptying a cylindrical tank A cylindrical water tank has height 8 m...
 6.6.25E: Emptying a conical tank A water tank is shaped like an inverted con...
 6.6.26E: Emptying a real swimming pool A swimming pool is 20 m long and 10 m...
 6.6.27E: Filling a spherical tank A spherical water tank with an inner radiu...
 6.6.28E: Emptying a water trough A water trough has a semicircular cross sec...
 6.6.29E: Emptying a water trough A cattle trough has a trapezoidal cross sec...
 6.6.30E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.31E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.32E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.33E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.34E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.35E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.36E: Force on dams The following figures show the shape and dimensions o...
 6.6.37E: Force on a window A diving pool that is 4 m deep and full of water ...
 6.6.38E: Force on a window A diving pool that is 4 m deep and full of water ...
 6.6.39E: Explain why or why not Determine whether the following statements a...
 6.6.40E: Mass of two bars Two bars of length L have densities of ?1(x) = 4e?...
 6.6.41E: A nonlinear spring Hooke’s law is applicable to idealized (linear) ...
 6.6.42E: A vertical spring A 10kg mass is attached to a spring that hangs v...
 6.6.43E: Drinking juice A glass has circular cross sections that taper (line...
 6.6.44E: Upper and lower half A cylinder with height 8 m and radius 3 m is f...
 6.6.45E: Work in a gravitational field For large distances from the surface ...
 6.6.46E: Work by two different integrals A rigid body with a mass of 2 kg mo...
 6.6.47E: Winding a chain A 30mlong cham hangs vertically from a cylinder a...
 6.6.48E: Coiling a rope A 60mlong, 9.4mmdiameier rope hangs free from a ...
 6.6.49E: Lifting a pendulum A body of mass m is suspended by a rod of length...
 6.6.50E: Orientation and force A plate shaped like an equilateral triangle 1...
 6.6.51E: Orientation and force A square plate 1 m on a side is placed on a v...
 6.6.52E: A caloriefree milkshake? Suppose a cylindrical glass with a diamet...
 6.6.53E: Critical depth A large tank has a plastic window on one wall that i...
 6.6.54E: Buoyancy Archimedes’ principle says that the buoyant force exerted ...
 6.6.3E: Explain how to find the work done in moving an object along a line ...
 6.6.7E: What is the pressure on a horizontal surface with an area of 2 m2 t...
 6.6.9E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.10E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.11E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.13E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.14E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.15E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.16E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.12E: Mass of onedimensional objects Find the mass of the following thin...
 6.6.19E: Working a spring A spring on a horizontal surface can be stretched ...
 6.6.22E: Work function A spring has a restoring force given by F(x) = 25x. L...
 6.6.2E: Explain how to find the mass of a onedimensional object with a var...
 6.6.4E: Why must integration be used to find the work done by a variable fo...
 6.6.1E: If a 1m cylindrical bar has a constant density of 1 g/cm for its l...
 6.6.5E: Why must integration be used to find the work required to pump wate...
 6.6.6E: Why must integration be used to find the total force on the face of...
 6.6.8E: Explain why you integrate in the vertical direction (parallel to th...
Solutions for Chapter 6.6: Calculus: Early Transcendentals 1st Edition
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Ambiguous case
The case in which two sides and a nonincluded angle can determine two different triangles

Amplitude
See Sinusoid.

Angle
Union of two rays with a common endpoint (the vertex). The beginning ray (the initial side) can be rotated about its endpoint to obtain the final position (the terminal side)

Bias
A flaw in the design of a sampling process that systematically causes the sample to differ from the population with respect to the statistic being measured. Undercoverage bias results when the sample systematically excludes one or more segments of the population. Voluntary response bias results when a sample consists only of those who volunteer their responses. Response bias results when the sampling design intentionally or unintentionally influences the responses

Conjugate axis of a hyperbola
The line segment of length 2b that is perpendicular to the focal axis and has the center of the hyperbola as its midpoint

Differentiable at x = a
ƒ'(a) exists

equation of a parabola
(x  h)2 = 4p(y  k) or (y  k)2 = 4p(x  h)

Exponent
See nth power of a.

Frequency distribution
See Frequency table.

Inductive step
See Mathematical induction.

Interval notation
Notation used to specify intervals, pp. 4, 5.

Mapping
A function viewed as a mapping of the elements of the domain onto the elements of the range

Onetoone function
A function in which each element of the range corresponds to exactly one element in the domain

Parabola
The graph of a quadratic function, or the set of points in a plane that are equidistant from a fixed point (the focus) and a fixed line (the directrix).

Quadratic regression
A procedure for fitting a quadratic function to a set of data.

Real zeros
Zeros of a function that are real numbers.

Reference triangle
For an angle ? in standard position, a reference triangle is a triangle formed by the terminal side of angle ?, the xaxis, and a perpendicular dropped from a point on the terminal side to the xaxis. The angle in a reference triangle at the origin is the reference angle

Term of a polynomial (function)
An expression of the form anxn in a polynomial (function).

Weights
See Weighted mean.

xyplane
The points x, y, 0 in Cartesian space.
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