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Math 191 ONLINE CHAPTER 6 3.

Review for Exam #4 (Chapter 6 and 7 and 9) _____________________ Last name, First THIS REVIEW IS MUCH LONGER THAN THE ACTUAL TEST
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Find the magnitude of the vector a)

v =2 i − 7 j
c)

14

b)

5

53

d)

3 5

4.

Find the angle θ between a) 61.98 °

v and u if
b) 87.43 °

    v = 5i + 2 j and u = 3i − j
c) 40.24 ° d) 139.76 °

5. . The coordinates of the points P and Q are as follows: P(-2,3), Q(5,1). Determine the magnitude of the vector PQ . a. d.

uu ur

13 53

b. e.

39 17

c.

65

11. The initial point of the vector v is the origin. The magnitude of v is 15 cm/sec and the angle from the positive x-axis to the vector measured counterclockwise is 120o. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of v. a.

vx =

15 15 3 , vy = 2 2

b.

vx = − vx =

15 15 3 , vy = 2 2

c.

vx =

15 3 15 , vy = 2 2 15 3 15 , vy = − 2 2

d.

15 3 15 , vy = − 2 2

e.

vx = −

12. If P and Q are the points a. d.

uu ur P ( 1,6 ) and Q(−2,3) , write the vector PQ in the form ai → + bj → .
b. e.

3i → + 3 j → 2i → − 8 j →

4i → + 7 j → − 1i → + 9 j →

c.

−3i → − 3 j →

20 20 d. Convert the rectangular coordinates r > 0 and 0 ≤ θ < 2π .13. 1 1 . c. −6. 12.3 and b = 5.3 3 ) into polar coordinates ( r. . 2 4 . If a = a.3 and v = 1.   3  π  3.   6  π  6. 15.   3 d. 30 e. ( 3. 50 d. compute the vector 3a + 2b.  π  3.   6 e. b 3 → 1 → i + j 2 2 1 → 2 → i + j 2 2 2 → 1 → i + j 2 2 e.  2π   3.5 c.− 10 5 1 1 .   3  b. 1 → 3 → i + j 2 2 d.− 20 20 1. b.  π  6. Find a unit vector u having the same direction as the vector a.13 14. . d. e. c. ai → + bj → . A unit vector u has its initial point at the origin and makes an angle of Write the vector u in the form a. −2 − 4 2 . −2 . 5 10 b. (magnitude) b. If u = a.8 11. e.7 16. −2. 2 → 2 → i + j 2 2 2.4 . −4 . 13 + 17 5 2 6 7.6 −2. π with the positive x-axis. 16.θ ) in such a way that c. compute u+v . 2. 6 c. a. .

r = 4cosθ + 3sin θ into rectangular form. Find the angle θ between the given vectors (to the nearest tenth of a degree):    v = 7i − 4 j    u = 4i + 5 j and CHAPTER 7: 1. Application problem from Sec 6. x2 + y2 + 4 x + 3 y = 0 x2 + y2 + 3x + 4 y = 0 x2 + y2 + 4 x − 3 y = 0 x2 + y2 − 4x − 3 y = 0 x 2 + y 2 − 3x − 4 y = 0 19. Convert the polar equation a. b. 75. 4 x = 3 y + 13 5 x + 2 y = −1 2. 3. Use the subst i t u t i on method to solve the fo l l ow ing system of equat ions . c. 83 20. 79.18. Solve the fo l l ow ing system of equat ions . . . d. Evaluate the fo l l ow ing determinants : show al l steps .6 like pg 691-692 # 71. 73. E1: 3 x + 4 y − 5 z = −2 E2 : 2x − y + z = 6 E 3 : x + 3 y − 2 z = −4 Tel l what you did to each row. e.

a) 7 6 −2 5 b) 3 2 −1 −4 − 1 − 5 −3 − 4 2 4. Rule solve the fo l l ow ing system as ind i cated by the fo l l ow ing using Cramer’s show all steps and tell what you are doing E1: 2 x − y + 4 z = −2 E 2 : 3 x + 2 y − z = −3 E 3 : x + 4 y + 2 z = 17 5) Find the partial fraction decomposition of 2 x 2 − 3x − 1 x3 + x2 + x + 1 6) Solve the following system of non-linear equations: 6a) x2 − y2 = 4 x2 + y2 = 6 Solve the following system of non-linear equations: .

6b) x + 3 y = 12 xy = 9 6c) x 2 + 2 xy − y 2 = 14 x 2 − y 2 = −16 CHAPTER 9: See other file under Sample Test #4. .

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