### Polar Coordinates : Evaluating an Improper Integral

A) Using polar coordinates, evaluate the improper integral {see attached} B) Use part A to evaluate the improper integral {see attachment} *Part A is completed, but I need some help with Part B

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A) Using polar coordinates, evaluate the improper integral {see attached} B) Use part A to evaluate the improper integral {see attachment} *Part A is completed, but I need some help with Part B

Fine the value of the integral {see attachment} taken counterclockwise around the circle: (a) |z| = 2 (b) |z + 2| = 3 Please specify the terms that you use if necessary and clearly explain each step of your solution.

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Consider the attached differential equation where I = (a,b) and p,q are continuous functions on I. (a) Prove that if y1 and y2 both have a maximum at the same point in I, then they can not be a fundamental set of solutions for the attached equation. (b) Let I = {see attachment}. Is {cos t, cos 2t} a fundamental set of solu

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