 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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Anchor
See Mathematical induction.

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)

Direction angle of a vector
The angle that the vector makes with the positive xaxis

Directrix of a parabola, ellipse, or hyperbola
A line used to determine the conic

Factored form
The left side of u(v + w) = uv + uw.

Focal width of a parabola
The length of the chord through the focus and perpendicular to the axis.

Imaginary unit
The complex number.

Inverse cosine function
The function y = cos1 x

Inverse relation (of the relation R)
A relation that consists of all ordered pairs b, a for which a, b belongs to R.

Jump discontinuity at x a
limx:a  ƒ1x2 and limx:a + ƒ1x2 exist but are not equal

Lemniscate
A graph of a polar equation of the form r2 = a2 sin 2u or r 2 = a2 cos 2u.

Limaçon
A graph of a polar equation r = a b sin u or r = a b cos u with a > 0 b > 0

Limit to growth
See Logistic growth function.

Mathematical model
A mathematical structure that approximates phenomena for the purpose of studying or predicting their behavior

Nautical mile
Length of 1 minute of arc along the Earth’s equator.

Periodic function
A function ƒ for which there is a positive number c such that for every value t in the domain of ƒ. The smallest such number c is the period of the function.

Range of a function
The set of all output values corresponding to elements in the domain.

Root of an equation
A solution.

Second quartile
See Quartile.

yaxis
Usually the vertical coordinate line in a Cartesian coordinate system with positive direction up, pp. 12, 629.