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    12 Problems - Integrals : Sum of Partial Fractions and Volume of Solid of Revolution

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    36)After t weeks, contributions in response to a local fund raising campaign were coming in at a rate of 2000te^-0.2t dollars/week. How much money was raised during the first five weeks.

    38) Find the volume of the solid generated when the region under the curve y=sinx+cosx on the interval [0,pi/4] is revolved about the y axis.

    42) Solve the diff eq. Dy/dx = xe^y-x.
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    Write each as a sum of partial fractions.

    2) 3x-1/x^2-1

    4) 2x^2 +5x-1/[x(x-1)]

    8) x^2-5x-4/[(x^2+1)(x-3)]

    12) x^4-x^2+2/[x^2(x-1)]

    Compute the integrals. In each the integrand is a rational function decomposed into partial fractions

    18) integral 2x^2+5x-1/[x(x^2-1)] dx

    20) integral x^2-x+3/[x^2(x-1)] dx

    Find the integrals

    26) integral x^3 + 1/ x^3-1 dx

    30) integral x+2/x(x-1)^2 dx

    34) integral 5xdx/ x^2 -6x+9

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