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MATH2014/1st

THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG


DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

MATH2014 Multivariable calculus and linear algebra

Solution to Tutorial 4
Date : Oct 11, 2016 Oct 14, 2016

1. Applying the transformation x = 2r cos and y = 3r sin and noting that (x,y)
(r,) = 6r,

one gives
ZZ Z 2 Z 1
x2 dxdy = 24 r3 cos2 drd
0 0
Z 2
= 6 cos2 d
0
Z 2
1 + cos 2
= 6 d
0 2
= 6.

2. The area is given by the integral


2 a(1+sin ) 2 a(1+sin )
r2
Z Z Z 
3 2
rdrd = d = a .
0 0 0 2 0 2

3. We have
ZZ
V (S) = 2ydA
F
ZZ
= 2r2 sin drd
F
Z Z a(1+cos )
= 2 r2 sin drd
0
Z 0
2 3
= a (1 + cos )3 sin d
3 0
1 3 
= a (1 + cos )4 0
6
8 3
= a .
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4. We have
Z 3 Z 62z Z 4 23 y 43 z Z 3 Z 62z
4 2 y 4 z
yzdxdydz = yz [x]0 3 3 dydz
0 0 0 0 0
Z 3 Z 62z  
2 4
= yz 4 y z dydz
0 0 3 3
Z 3 62z
2 2 3 2 2 2
= 2zy y z y z dz
0 9 3 0
Z 3   
2 2
= 2z z 2 (6 2z)2 (6 2z)3 z dz
0 3 9
Z 3
1
= z(6 2z)3 dz
9 0
54
= .
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