239 views

Uploaded by Nino Gupta

Volume by discs/washers and by shells

- Unigraphics NX Design Applications using NX MT10055 (Workbook)
- Volumes by Integration1 TRIGONOMETRY
- IGCSE Math Question Paper 4 October/November 2008
- Advance Steel COM API Developer Training Guide
- Geometry Project
- 14 3 Volum of Revolutn
- Tableau Fundamentals Training
- ASCE705W
- Barker Maths Trial
- Mc Ty Volumes 2009 1
- Maximum y Minimun
- C4 Summer 2012 Replaced Paper
- File 4) GRE QUANT 2009 DB ANSWERS.pdf
- 14_3
- Assignment
- Areas Btw Curves and Volumes of Revolutions
- 2 Calculus.pdf5
- Teacher Exit Ticket Tracker Excerpt
- 6
- 3rd_sem_Vector_calculus_for_engg_student_by_maths.pdf

You are on page 1of 18

MR. CAMPOS

LAP 10

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, SLOPE FIELDS, EULERS METHOD,

AREA BETWEEN CURVES, VOLUME, AND ARC LENGTH

Objectives:

1. Students will solve differential equations.

2. Students will solve applications involving differential equations.

3. Students will draw slope fields and solution curves.

4. Students will estimate the solution to a differential equation by using Eulers method.

5. Students will find the area between two curves.

6. Students will find the volume of a solid with known cross sections.

7. Students will find the volume of a solid of revolution by the disc method.

8. Students will find the volume of a solid of revolution by the shell method.

9. Students will find the length of an arc of a curve.

Monday

Tuesday

Jan. 26

Jan. 27

Two Curves

Sections

HW #1

Worksheet

HW #2

Worksheet

Formula Quiz

Feb. 2

Feb. 3

7.1 7.3

Area and Volume

and Volume

HW# 6 - Worksheet

HW #7Worksheet

Wednesday

Jan. 28

7.2 Volume by Discs

HW #3

P.465: 5, 9, 11, 13, 17,

and 21. Work 5, 9, and 11

out without calculator.

On the rest, set up and

then evaluate on your

calculator.

Thursday

Friday

Jan. 29

Jan. 30

Continued

HW #4 Worksheet

HW #5

P.474: 5,9,15,17,25,29,

30,45

Work 5,9,15 out.

Just set up 17, 25, 29, 30.

Use calc on 45.

Feb. 4

TEST

7.1-7.4

HW #8 Make a review

Look at the following Geogebra animations for volume by cross sections, disks/washers, and shells:

For cross sections:

http://web.monroecc.edu/manila/webfiles/pseeburger/secure/MyLarson/ch7/LC7_2xsection1.htm

For disks/washers:

http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/anton/0470183454/applets/ch6/figure6_2_13/washer_ex4.

htm

For shells:

http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/anton/0470183454/applets/ch6/figure6_3_7/shell.htm

To find the area bounded by two functions

y f x and y g x on the interval [a, b]:

Area =

x f y and x g y on the interval [a, b]:

Area =

______________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Find the area bounded by the following graphs. Draw a figure, and shade the bounded region.

(a) y 3 x 2 and y x 1

2

(b) x 5 y and x y 1

______________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Set up the integrals needed to find the area of the shaded region.

f x

g x

Homework: Worksheet

Today we will find the volume of a solid whose cross sections are familiar geometric shapes, such as

squares, rectangles, triangles, and semicircles.

For cross sections of area A x taken perpendicular to the x-axis, Volume =

For cross sections of area A y taken perpendicular to the y-axis, Volume =

There are some great Calculus applets using Geogebra that can help you see these solids. Unfortunately you

cannot see them on your tablet because it cant do Java, but you can look at them on your computer at home.

I especially like the ones on Paul Seeburgers Dynamic Calculus Site, at

http://web.monroecc.edu/manila/webfiles/pseeburger/secure/MyLarson/ch7/LC7_2xsection1.htm

Ex. Set up the integrals needed to find the volume of the solid whose base is the area bounded by

the lines y x 2 and y 2 x 3 and whose cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are the

following shapes.

(b) Semicircles

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Set up the integrals needed to find the volume of the solid whose base is the area bounded by the

circle x 2 y 2 9 and whose cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are equilateral triangles.

(Area of an equilateral triangle =

s2 3

, where s = side of a triangle)

4

_______________________________________________________________________________________

2

Ex. The base of a solid is bounded by y x , y 0, and x 2. For this solid, each cross section

perpendicular to the y-axis is square. Set up the integral needed to find the volume of

this solid.

Homework: Worksheet

If we revolve a figure about a line, a solid of revolution is formed. The line is called the axis of revolution.

The simplest such solid is a right circular cylinder or disc.

solid, we partition it into

rectangles, which are

revolved about the axis of

revolution.

Volume of cylinder =

Volume of disc =

Adding the volumes of all of the discs together,

Volume of solid

To get the exact volume,

Volume of solid =

Volume about vertical axis by discs: V =

The disc method can be extended to cover solids of revolution with a hole in them.

This is called the washer method.

If R x is the outer radius and r x is the inner radius:

Volume about vertical axis by washers: V =

Things to remember:

In the disc or washer method:

1) The representative rectangle is always perpendicular to the axis of revolution.

2) If the representative rectangle is vertical, you will work in x's.

If the representative rectangle is horizontal, you will work in y's.

See the Calculus applet on volume by discs and washers at Paul Seeburgers Dynamic Calculus Site, at

http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/anton/0470183454/applets/ch6/figure6_2_13/washer_ex4.htm

Ex. Find the volume of the solid formed by revolving the region bounded by the graphs of the given

equations about the indicated axis.

y 9 x 2 , x 0, y 0

(a) about the x-axis

_______________________________________________________________________________________

(c) about the y-axis

(d) about the line x 2

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Find the volume of the solid formed by revolving the region bounded by the graphs of

y 2 x x 2 and y x 2 about the line y = 3.

Work 5, 9, and 11 out to find the answer (no calculator)

On the rest of the problems, set up the integral(s) needed and use your

calculator to evaluate.

To find the volume as y f x is revolved around

the y-axis by discs, we sliced a horizontal rectangle

and looked at the cylinder formed.

method, we look at a vertical rectangle revolved

around the y-axis. It would form a hollowed-out

cylinder or shell.

would have a thin rectangular

solid.

Height of the solid =

Width of the solid =

Volume of the solid =

Volume about a horizontal axis by shells: V =

The radius, r x , is the distance between the rectangle and the axis of revolution.

The height, h x , is the height or length of the rectangle.

With the disc method, the representative rectangle is always perpendicular to the axis of revolution.

With the shell method, the representative rectangle is always parallel to the axis of revolution.

It is usually easiest to use discs about a horizontal axis and shells about a vertical axis. If you do

this, you will work in x's. If you use discs about a vertical axis or shells about a horizontal axis,

you will work in y's.

See the Calculus applet on volume by discs and washers at Paul Seeburgers Dynamic Calculus Site, at

http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/anton/0470183454/applets/ch6/figure6_3_7/shell.htm

Ex. Set up an integral expression that can be used to find the volume when the region bounded

by y x 2 1 and y 0 is rotated about the given axis over the interval [0, 2] by using

shells.

(a) y-axis

(b) x 1

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Set up an integral expression that can be used to find the volume when the region bounded

by y x , y 0, and x 4 about the given axis by using shells.

(a) x = 7

(b) y = 5

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region between

y x 2 and y x

(a)

1

3

(b)

Work 5,9,15 out (no calculator).

Just draw and set up the integrals on 17,25,29,30. Do not evaluate.

Use your calculator on 45.

Arc length of f x from x = a to x = b:

b

a

1 f x dx

2

d

c

1 f y dy

2

Ex. Find the arc length of the graph of the given function over the indicated interval.

(a) y x

(b) y 3 x

10

0, 4

8, 27

Homework: Worksheet

CALCULUS BC

WORKSHEET ON 7.1

Work the following on notebook paper.

Find the area bounded by the given curves. Draw and label a figure for each problem, and show all work. Do not

use your calculator on problems 1 - 3.

1. f x x 2 2 x 1, g x 3x 3

2. y x3 3x 2 3x, y x 2 (see figure on the right)

3. x y 2 , x y 2

Figure for prob. 2

____________________________________________________________________________________________

Find the area bounded by the given curves. Draw and label a figure for each problem, set up the integral(s) needed,

and then evaluate on your calculator.

y

4. f x x 4 , g x 3x 4

5. f x x 2 , g x 2 x (see figure on the right)

6. y ln x 2 1 , y cos x

____________________________________________________________________________________________

7. (No calculator)

Let R be the region in the first quadrant bounded by the

(4, 2)

x-axis and the graphs of y x and y 6 x as shown

in the figure on the right.

R

(a) Find the area of R by working in xs.

(b) Find the area of R by working in ys.

(c) When you found your answers to (a) and (b), was it less work to work in terms of x or in terms of y?

____________________________________________________________________________________________

8. (Calculator)

Let R be the region bounded by the graphs of

1

x

x

R

y 2 , y 4 , and y , as shown in the figure

x

on the right. Find the area of R

CALCULUS BC

WORKSHEET ON VOLUME BY CROSS SECTIONS

Work the following problems on notebook paper. For each problem, draw a figure, set up an integral, and then

evaluate on your calculator. Give decimal answers correct to three decimal places.

1. Find the volume of the solid whose base is bounded by the graphs of y x 1 and y x 2 1 , with the

indicated cross sections taken perpendicular to the x-axis.

(a) Squares

(b) Rectangles of height 1

(c) Semiellipses of height 2 (The area of an ellipse is given by the formula A ab , where a and b

are the distances from the center to the ellipse to the endpoints of the axes of the ellipse.)

(d) Equilateral triangles

2. Find the volume of the solid whose base is bounded by the circle x 2 y 2 4 with the indicated cross

sections taken perpendicular to the x-axis.

(a) Squares

(b) Equilateral triangles

(c) Semicircles

(d) Isosceles right triangles with the hypotenuse as the base of the solid

3. The base of a solid is bounded by y x 3 , y 0, and x 1. Find the volume of the solid for each of the

following cross sections taken perpendicular to the y-axis.

(a) Squares

(b) Semicircles

(c) Equilateral triangles

(d) Semiellipses whose heights are twice the lengths of their bases

CALCULUS

WORKSHEET ON 7.1 7.2

Work the following on notebook paper.

On problems 1 2, use your calculator, and give your answers correct to three decimal places. Each answer must

have supporting work.

1. (2004 Form B)

Let R be the region enclosed by the graph of y x 1 , the vertical line x = 10, and the x-axis.

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) Find the volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the horizontal line y = 3.

(c) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, the cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are

equilateral triangles. Find the volume of this solid.

2. (2003) Let R be the shaded region bounded by the graphs of y x and y e 3 x and the vertical line x = 1,

as shown.

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) Find the volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the

horizontal line y = 1.

(c) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, each cross section

perpendicular to the x-axis is a rectangle whose height is 5 times the length

of its base in region R. Find the volume of this solid.

_________________________________________________________________________________________

Do not use your calculator on problems 3 4.

3. Let R be the region enclosed by the graphs of y x 2 and y 12 x.

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, the cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are squares.

Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression that gives the volume of this solid.

(c) The region R is revolved about the x-axis. Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression that gives the

volume of the solid formed.

4. Let R be the region enclosed by the graphs of y

1

x

, y x , and y 4.

(b) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, the cross sections

perpendicular to the y-axis are semicircles. Write, but do not evaluate,

an integral expression that gives the volume of this solid.

(c) The region R is revolved about the vertical line x 3. Write, but do not

evaluate, an integral expression that gives the volume of the solid formed.

CALCULUS

WORKSHEET ON AREA AND VOLUME

Work the following on notebook paper. Do not use your calculator.

1. Let R be the region bounded by the graphs of y 4 x 2 and y x 2.

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, the cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are squares.

Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of this solid.

(c) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid generated when R is rotated

about the horizontal line y = 6.

(d) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid generated when R is rotated

about the vertical line x 3.

of y 2 x , the horizontal line y = 6, and the y-axis, as shown

in the figure on the right.

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume

of the solid generated when R is rotated about the vertical line

x = 12.

(c) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume

of the solid generated when R is rotated about the horizontal line

y = 7.

(d) Region R is the base of a solid. For each y, where 0 y 6, the cross section of the solid taken

perpendicular to the y-axis is a rectangle whose height is 3 times the length of its base in region R.

Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression that gives the volume of the solid.

3. Let R be the region bounded by the x-axis, the graph of y x , and the line x = 4.

(a) Find the area of the region R.

(b) Find the value of h such that the vertical line x = h divides the region R into two regions of equal area.

(c) Find the volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the x-axis.

(d) The vertical line x = k divides the region R into two regions such that when these two regions are revolved

about the x-axis, they generate solids with equal volumes. Find the value of k.

4. Let R be the region in the first quadrant bounded by the graphs of y x, y

1

x

vertical line x = 3.

(a) Find the area of the region R.

(b) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, the cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are

rectangles with height five times the length of the base. Find the volume of this solid.

(c) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid generated when R is

rotated about the horizontal line y = 2.

CALCULUS BC

WORKSHEET ON ARC LENGTH AND REVIEW

Work the following on notebook paper.

On problems 1 3, find the arc length of the graph of the function over the indicated interval. Do not use your

calculator on problems 1 - 3.

2 3

3 2

3

1. y x 2 1, 0, 1

2. y x 3 , 1, 8

3. y ln sin x , ,

3

2

4 4

__________________________________________________________________________________________

On problems 4 7, sketch the graph of the given function, set up an integral that represents the arc length of the

graph of the function over the indicated interval, and evaluate it on your calculator. Give your answers correct to

three decimal places.

4. y 4 x 2 , 0 x 2

5. y

, 1 x 3

6. y sin x, 0 x

7. x e y , 0 y 2

x

__________________________________________________________________________________________

On problems 8 9, sketch the graphs of the given functions, and find the area bounded by the graphs of the

functions. Do not use your calculator.

8. f x x 2 4 x 1, g x x 1

9. f y y 2 , g y y 6

__________________________________________________________________________________________

10. (Modified version of 2009 AB 4) (No calculator)

Let R be the region in the first quadrant enclosed by the graphs of y 2 x and y x 2 .

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) The region R is the base of a solid. For this solid, at each x, the cross section perpendicular to the x-axis

has area A x sin x . Find the volume of the solid.

2

(c) Another solid has the same base R. For this solid, the cross sections perpendicular to the y-axis are squares.

Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid.

(d) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid generated when R is rotated

about the horizontal line y 3.

(e) Write, but do not evaluate, an integral expression for the volume of the solid generated when R is rotated

about the vertical line x 3.

11. (2001 AB 1) (Use your calculator.)

Let R and S be the regions in the first quadrant shown

in the figure. The region R is bounded by the x-axis

and the graphs of y 2 x 3 and y tan x . The region

S is bounded by the y-axis and the graphs of y 2 x 3

and y tan x .

(a) Find the area of R.

(b) Find the area of S.

(c) Find the volume of the solid generated when S

is revolved about the x-axis.

(d) The region S is the base of a solid. For this solid,

each cross section perpendicular to the x-axis is

a semicircle. Find the volume of this solid.

PQR STUVWXYZ[X]^_`aXb[Tc

def

Work 5, 9, and 11 out without calculator.On the rest, set up and then evaluate on your calculator.

01345678959

95155581568595

5598656581565815

C489

67;8A@

67B;8<

M

M

B

H

<

@

%678<NH

#87;6<AB6

@

@

M

B

H

<

@

@ < H B

01345678959

81559598951565

6

5815658191556955&819

@ < H B

58518159

67 9

67 9

8

:;8<

67 9

8=67?=87H

M

M

'()*+,(

8J./0 '1)*+,(

6J./0

87H

'

2

)*

+

,

3

/

4

,

'

5

)*

+

,

3/4,87K

B

H

<

67<8=67?=87<

H

<

'()*+,(

6J./0 '1)*+,(

8J./0

<

'2)*+,3/4,67L '5)*+,3/4,87<

@

@

<=

678

67B8;8<

8

8

@

<

H

'()*+,(

8J./0 '1)*+,3/4,67K

@ < H B

67K;<

8;8<=678AK

<

8

8J./0 '1)*+,3/4,67H

'()*+,(

!678<=678D

67<=67B; B

01345678959

!

$
815559851565

M

M

6581565811556955&819

D

5815IE

@

!678=67H=87?

67 @<8H=67B=87?

H

H =67?=87?=87H

"67 @A8

@

8

8

@

OHO<O@ @ < H

$670,28=67?=?F8FGH

01345678959"

#
95155581568595 01345678959

%
815559851565

5598656581565815 6581565811556955&819

5815CE!

I489

%678=67?=67B=87D

"678<

$67 9

@K;8<

M

M

#67D;8=67?=67B=87?

876<=87B

B

B

867D=67<=67D=87D

H

H

01345678959#
815559851565

<

<

6581565811556955&819

@

@

C489

5

8

8

@

@ < H B

@ < H B

67 9

8A@=67?=87?=87B

:;8<=67?

6789

@

\]\

^_`abcd] fgghijklimnomqrnlstuklimn Work

5,9,15 out. Just set up 17, 25, 29, 30. Use calc on 45.

01345678959

95595595155

581568595559851565

658151565815

[489

A?>

A?EN>

M

E

E

>

A? S

>

J

G

G

>

M

J

K

G

E

>

LG LE E G

!A? EJ>GDA?CD>?R

"A?>GD A?J>N>G

#A?JN>GD A?C

$A?J>N>GD >?CD A?J

>NGD A?CD >?J

A? S

A?N>GHED A?C

E ON>GFGD A?CD >?CD >?E

A? S

GX

</0>

ED>?C

01345678959

95595595155

581568595559851565

W489

658151565815

A?>

!A?EN>

M

G

E

G

E

E

>

LE E

LG

>

#>HAG?ER

M

E

M

J

K

G

E

K

J

E

G

E

J

E

G

>

A? EG>GHE

"A? E>

K

G

>

LG

LK

LJ

J V EG

>

$A?>KD>?CDA?V %A?>GD>?CDA?U

>HA?JDA?>DA?C

>HGDA?>DA?C

A? S

01345678959!
9559558155

59851565658151565815

851815

A?J>N>GD A?CD&'()**,-./0->?I

>D A?CD >?JD&'()**,-./0->?R

A? S

G

A?>D A?J>N>GD&'()**,-./0->?J

!A?>GD A?J>N>GD&'()**,-./0->?G

01345678959"1#
57851556889657151851

9558925659558155

598658134816659181341815

55

"PANGQG?JN>

#A?JNO>

M

I

K

G

E

LELE E G K J

>

M

I

J

K

G

E

>

LK LG LE E G K

01345678959$
955892675955815

55985156565815658115

56955881957851815

$A?>KD A?CD >?G

>B;/< 9':*,-&

AB;/< 9=:*,-./0->?J

9&:*,-&

E

C

%A? >GD A?CD >?ED >?I

>B;/< 9':*,-&

AB;/< 9=:*,-./0-A?EC

9&:*,-&

>EFGHAEFG?@EFGD >?CD A?C

9&:*,-&

>B;/< 9':*,-&

AB;/< 9=:*,-./0->?@

012 3456789

8
85584

ccco e

!"p$% &!"p$%

'(*+,-./0,012345670,58-59:/(87;/</;=;>8-59:;:,9<5(,

-,8/>(?>7(@,@?=;:,8-59:0>A;:,,B75;/>(035(@4?670,;:,

/(;,8-5;/>(.595?/</;/,0>A;:,8-59:/(87;/</;=;>599->+/C5;,

;:,D><7C,>A;:,0></@8,(,-5;,@?=-,D><D/(8;:,-,8/>(5?>7;

;:,E

5+/0

^c^cboeoeoFG%!HIGJ!

K

bcoeoe

c

L

oeoo

boeoboc

2 b

MNOPQSTUVWXW '(*+,-./0,0Y5(@Z3@,;,-C/(,[:/.:D5<7,

?,0;599->+/C5;,0;:,D><7C,>A;:,0></@8,(,-5;,@?=

-,D><D/(8;:,-,8/>(?>7(@,@?=;:,8-59:0>A;:,,B75;/>(0

5?>7;;:,E

5+/04\5],=>7-0,<,.;/>(>(;:,?50/0>A50],;.:>A

;:,0></@5(@PUW?=9,-A>-C/(85(=.5<.7<5;/>(06

Yoeoeo

c & ^ _`a "ba

Z!Joeoeo ^

c`a &^ d be "b

"G"mJJ!"FmIG"%G"nn"&I!!"J!"$"%

JJ"`G"G!"nIq"%F!"G"%I!Jm%%FGq

"%!!mG"!"%!`$JIGG"%JJm`

p$% &p$% ^

^

c

a

b c ^

'(*+,-./0,0K5(@K38/D,58,>C,;-/.5-87C,(;;:5;

,+9<5/(0[:=;:,/(;,8-5<0:5D,,B75<D5<7,0

a

K bb ea b

^

Keb e

KJ%"G%!!%m"J"G!"&G"nnJmJ"

$%`"%G&"!"%!JFG"G"%"Jp

G"mJ&I!!"p

!!n"G"!Jm""JI%Jm!"%"q"!J&!"

%q"!!FJ!"nIq"F!"%`

KKJ%"G!"J"G"mJ&IJ"&!"mG%Fo

eoeoJo"G"e Je`!G"

!""m!%JGF!"J"G%m"J"G!""J!%

G"mJ%G"nn"&I!!"p

$%J&!"p

$%

KLfghNOPijgkW l

%%m"J"G!"&G"nnJm!"G"mJ

&IJ"& b J &I!!"p$%`l"o

"J!"G"Jm!"$%FG"nI!Jo%G"!GIm!%

%%!!J"pFIG!F!"nIq"%G"qn"`rJ!"

q"!"GF!""`

K2fghNOPijgkW l%%m"J"G!"&G"nnJm!"G"mJ

&IJ"&

Je &I!!"p$%`l"o

"J!"G"Jm!"$%FG"nI!Jo%G"!GIm!%

%%!!J"p!GF!"nIq"%G"qn"`rJ!"

q"!"GF!""`

KYsUtVuiUvgMUkVw l!GI%%FGq"&G"nnJm!"G"mJ

&IJ"&!"G" b &I!!"J"%""

FmIG"`rJ!"nbIq"F!%xImJI!p%"y%`

z{|}~"J!"mGb

bG"G"%"J!%!"G"F

%"qG"`

`^a

/87-,A>-

/87-,A>-K

K"%G&"!"FmIG"m"J"G!"&G"nnJm%"mq"J!

&I!!"p

$%%""FmIG"`

&"%G&"!"FmIG"m"J"G!"&G"nnJm%"mq"J!

$%`

&I!!"p

l%%Iq"!"IGn"J!"FmIG"J&""%G&"%

G`l%%m"J"G!"&G"nnJm

!"G"mJ&IJ"&!"IGn"oeo Je

&I!!"p

$%`"!IJ!"mG%!FJ!"nIq"F

!%%I%Jm!"%q"!J!"%"q"!`

J!J!"mG!"`

0

KZsUtVuiUvgMUkVw ""!$"G%"^_FG!GI%FGq"

&

G"nnJm!"G"mJ&IJ"&!"G" &I!

!"J"o"G"`

'(*+,-./0,0K1L3;:,/(;,8-5<-,9-,0,(;0;:,D><7C,>A50></@

>A-,D><7;/>('@,(;/A=456;:,9<5(,-,8/>(;:5;/0-,D><D,@5(@

4?6;:,5+/0>A-,D><7;/>(

Kec

Lebc

Le

Leb^

- Unigraphics NX Design Applications using NX MT10055 (Workbook)Uploaded bycyclotol
- Volumes by Integration1 TRIGONOMETRYUploaded byChristopherOropel
- IGCSE Math Question Paper 4 October/November 2008Uploaded byMariam A.
- Advance Steel COM API Developer Training GuideUploaded byJuan Carlos Olivas
- Geometry ProjectUploaded bylalaashley
- 14 3 Volum of RevolutnUploaded byEbookcraze
- Tableau Fundamentals TrainingUploaded byNarayana Reddy A
- ASCE705WUploaded byamanpreet_ahuja
- Barker Maths TrialUploaded bynarasin
- Mc Ty Volumes 2009 1Uploaded byTim Torralba
- Maximum y MinimunUploaded byjhongarcia@itm.edu.co
- C4 Summer 2012 Replaced PaperUploaded bySherebanu Dawood
- File 4) GRE QUANT 2009 DB ANSWERS.pdfUploaded byhuyly34
- 14_3Uploaded byMayar Zo
- AssignmentUploaded byGeorgeAru
- Areas Btw Curves and Volumes of RevolutionsUploaded byLR Gamboa
- 2 Calculus.pdf5Uploaded bynovey_casio
- Teacher Exit Ticket Tracker ExcerptUploaded byKanwal Sumnani
- 6Uploaded byCCSMATH
- 3rd_sem_Vector_calculus_for_engg_student_by_maths.pdfUploaded bydhanu
- Answer Key_CK-12 Chapter 09 Geometry Honors Concepts (revised).pdfUploaded byAlma Prady Ramirez Midence
- jresv69Cn2p139_A1b.pdfUploaded byJose Ignacio Vellojin Polo
- InTech-Autonomous Virtual Mobile Robot for the Exploration of 3d Medical ImagesUploaded bydinana86
- unit 1 - patterns equationsUploaded byapi-232099327
- C1L1 Vectors and the Three Dimensional SpaceUploaded byDaphne Liew
- Paulo S. Mathematics.docxUploaded byRenz Daniel Demathink
- Blender Shaders 36Uploaded bykeeyan
- 304 DesignUploaded byPramod Kulkarni
- graphing ordered pairs cw hw njctlorgUploaded byapi-261894355
- FormulasUploaded byGlowing Angel

- Introductory Programming With Matlab 4Uploaded byKris
- Chapter 3_General Differential Equations for Heat ConductionUploaded byhaqjmi
- orca_share_media1561345296298.pdfUploaded byEmanoAce
- 7 Lab Tests on Aggregate to Check Quality for Use in Road Work - CivilblogUploaded bysmallik3
- Generalization of the Gibbs-thomson EquationUploaded byDaniela Silva Molina
- GDT TutorialUploaded byvinu1175
- complete chapter 5Uploaded byapi-299393012
- Volume of a Prism PDF (1)Uploaded byChrystal Brown
- Mensuration BasicsUploaded byKimberly Arnold
- Section of SolidsUploaded byYatharth Sahu
- staad pro and circular slabUploaded byP&D CIRCLE PWD
- GB150.3-2011EN.pdfUploaded byirfanlarikhotmailcom
- sandeep.pdfUploaded byAnonymous jhWZNIO
- AMS-2301.pdfUploaded byMarcelino Navarrete Evaristo
- Transportation Engineering Lab ManualUploaded byYaroslavBlikcharsky
- RhinoGold 4.0 Training Guide (MAY2013)Uploaded byNicolas Garcia
- Add Maths Project 2012Uploaded byA'mal Isnaeni
- Fan How to With Pics2Uploaded byJon Olsen
- Rr320306 Heat TransferUploaded byandhracolleges
- Engg Mechanics Equilibrium of Concurrent Coplanar ForceUploaded bysaran
- syllabusUploaded byrahul bansal
- 1_SphericalHeaderTutorialCadUploaded byAle Fatala
- Virtual Voxel MachiningUploaded byJasmine Rai
- Exam Reports3Uploaded byRishav Shiv Ranjan
- 10.1.1.172Uploaded byKhurram Khan
- 52172492 Aeronautical EngineeringUploaded byJohn Mestapoulos
- Maths Mensuration EmUploaded byRama Krishna Mrk
- Calculating Tank VolumeUploaded bygenergia
- Electromagnetic Theory and Transmission LinesUploaded byBhupati Makupally
- cnc aptUploaded byKartik Arora