 113.Q1: What is the volume of a cone inscribed in a 6cm3 cylinder?
 113.Q2: What is the volume of a paraboloid inscribed in a 6cm3 cylinder?
 113.Q3: Sketch the graph: y = sin x
 113.Q4: Sketch the graph: y = ln x
 113.Q5: Sketch the graph: y = 2x
 113.Q6: Sketch the graph: y = x2
 113.Q7: Density = (?)/(?)
 113.Q8: Work = (?)(?)
 113.Q9: If y = sin1 x, then = ?.
 113.Q10: y varies linearly with x. If x = 0, y = 12 and if x = 2, y = 20. If...
 113.1: The region bounded by the graph of y = ln x, the xaxis, and the li...
 113.2: The region bounded by the graph of y = sin x and the xaxis, betwee...
 113.3: The region under the graph of y = 9 x2 is rotated about the yaxis ...
 113.4: The region bounded by the graphs of y = and y = 0.5x is rotated abo...
 113.5: Two Cone Problem: Two cones have the same sizebase radius 3 in. and...
 113.6: Two Cylinder Problem: Two cylinders have the same shape3in. radius...
 113.7: The region bounded by the graphs of y = 4 2x2, y = 3 x2, and x = 0 ...
 113.8: The region in (Figure 113f) is rotated about the yaxis to form a ...
 113.9: Uranium Fuel Pellet Problem: Uranium oxide is used as a fuel in nuc...
 113.10: The triangular region in the first quadrant,bounded by the graphs o...
 113.11: Find the mass of a sphere of radius r if a. The density varies dire...
 113.12: Mass of Earth Problem: The density of Earth is about 12 g/cm3 at it...
 113.13: The region under the graph of y = ex from x = 0 to x = /2 is rotate...
 113.14: Buckminsters Elliptical Dome Problem: Architect Buckminster Fuller ...
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Census
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Demand curve
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Exponential function
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Nautical mile
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Relation
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Root of a number
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Statute mile
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