Calculus
Calculus
10th Edition
ISBN: 9781285057095
Author: Ron Larson, Bruce H. Edwards
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Chapter 8.4, Problem 58E
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Ch. 8.1 - Choosing a Formula In Exercises 514, select the...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.1 - Choosing a Formula In Exercises 514, select the...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 23ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 25ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 27ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Finding an indefinite Integral In Exercises 1546,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 41ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 43ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 44ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 45ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.1 - Slope Field In Exercises 47 and 48, a differential...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 48ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 49ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 50ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 52ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 53ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 54ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 55ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 56ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 57ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 58ECh. 8.1 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 57-72,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 60ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 61ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 62ECh. 8.1 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 57-72,...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 64ECh. 8.1 - Area In Exercises 7376, find the area of the given...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 66ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 72ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 73ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 75ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 76ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 77ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 78ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 79ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 80ECh. 8.1 - Comparing Antiderivatives (a) Explain why the...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 82ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 83ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 84ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 85ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 86ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 87ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 88ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 89ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 90ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 91ECh. 8.1 - Centroid Find the x-coordinate of the centroid of...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 93ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 94ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 95ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 96ECh. 8.1 - Finding a Pattern (a) Find cos3xdx. (b) Find...Ch. 8.1 - Prob. 98ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 99ECh. 8.1 - Prob. 100ECh. 8.2 - Setting Up Integration by Parts In Exercises 16,...Ch. 8.2 - Setting Up Integration by Parts In Exercises 510,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 3ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 4ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 7ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 8ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.2 - Using Integration by Parts In Exercises 11-14,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 11ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.2 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 1534,...Ch. 8.2 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 1534,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.2 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 15-34,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 21ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.2 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 1130,...Ch. 8.2 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 15-34,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 25ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 27ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 31ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 33ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 35ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 38ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 39ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 40ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 41ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 43ECh. 8.2 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 43-52,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 45ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.2 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 4352,...Ch. 8.2 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 4352,...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 49ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 50ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 52ECh. 8.2 - Using the Tabular Method In Exercises 4954, use...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 54ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 59ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 60ECh. 8.2 - Integration by Parts State whether you would use...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 62ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 55ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 56ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 57ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 58ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 63ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 64ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 65ECh. 8.2 - Finding a General Rule In Exercises 69 and 70, use...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 72ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 73ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 75ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 76ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 77ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 78ECh. 8.2 - Area In Exercises 83-86, use a graphing utility to...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 80ECh. 8.2 - Area In Exercises 83-86, use a graphing utility to...Ch. 8.2 - Prob. 82ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 83ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 84ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 85ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 86ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 87ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 88ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 89ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 90ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 91ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 92ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 93ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 98ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 94ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 95ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 96ECh. 8.2 - Prob. 97ECh. 8.2 - Finding an Error Find the fallacy in the following...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 7ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Sine and...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 10ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 11ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral Involving Secant...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 33ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.3 - Differential Equation In Exercises 35-38, find the...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 38ECh. 8.3 - Slope Field In Exercises 41 and 42, use a computer...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 40ECh. 8.3 - Using a Product-to-Sum Formula In Exercises 43-48,...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 43ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 44ECh. 8.3 - Using a Product-to-Sum Formula In Exercises 43-48,...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 47ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 48ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 49ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 50ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 4958,...Ch. 8.3 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 49-58,...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 54ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 55ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 56ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 57ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 58ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 59ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 60ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 61ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 62ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 63ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 64ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 65ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 66ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 72ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 73ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 75ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 76ECh. 8.3 - Volume and Centriod In Exercises 77 and 78, for...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 78ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 79ECh. 8.3 - Verifying a Reduction Formula In Exercises 79-82,...Ch. 8.3 - Prob. 81ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 82ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 83ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 84ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 85ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 86ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 88ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 87ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 89ECh. 8.3 - Prob. 90ECh. 8.4 - Trigonometric Substitution In Exercises 14, state...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 2ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 3ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 4ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.4 - Using trigonometric Substitution In Exercises 36,...Ch. 8.4 - Using trigonometric Substitution In Exercises 36,...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 10ECh. 8.4 - Using Trigonometric Substitution In Exercises 710,...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.4 - Using Trigonometric Substitution In Exercises...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.4 - Using Formulas In Exercises 1720, use the Special...Ch. 8.4 - Using Formulas In Exercises 1720, use the Special...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 21ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 23ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 25ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.4 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 19-32,...Ch. 8.4 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 19-32,...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 31ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 33ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 35ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 38ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 39ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 40ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 41ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 43ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 44ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 45ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 47ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 48ECh. 8.4 - Comparing Methods (a) Find the integral x1x2dx...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 50ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.4 - True or False? In Exercises 47-50, determine...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 53ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 54ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 55ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 56ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 57ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 61ECh. 8.4 - Volume of a Torus In Exercises 55 and 56, find the...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 60ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 65ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 66ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 58ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 62ECh. 8.4 - Arc Length Show that the length of one arch of the...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 64ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.4 - Arc length Show that the arc length of the graph...Ch. 8.4 - Area of a Lune The crescent shaped region bounded...Ch. 8.4 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.4 - Prob. 75ECh. 8.5 - Partial Fraction Decomposition In Exercises 1-4,...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 7ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 8ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 10ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 11ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.5 - Using Partial Fractions In Exercises 3-20, use...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.5 - Using Partial Fractions In Exercises 3-20, use...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 21ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 23ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 25ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 27ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 31ECh. 8.5 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 25-32,...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 33ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 35ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 38ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 39ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 40ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 41ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 43ECh. 8.5 - Area In Exercises 41-44, use partial fractions to...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 45ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.5 - Prob. 47ECh. 8.5 - Volume Consider the region bounded by the graph of...Ch. 8.5 - Epidemic Model A single infected individual enters...Ch. 8.5 - Chemical Reaction In a chemical reaction, one unit...Ch. 8.5 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.5 - Prove 227=01x4(1x)41+x2dxCh. 8.6 - Integration by Tables In Exercises 3 and 4 use a...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 2ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 3ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 4ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 7ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 8ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 10ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 11ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.6 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 19-40,...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 21ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 23ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.6 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 19-40,...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 26ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 27ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 31ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.6 - Finding an Indefinite Integral In Exercises 1940,...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 34ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 35ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 36ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 37ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 38ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 39ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 40ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 41ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 42ECh. 8.6 - Evaluating a Definite Integral In Exercises 4148,...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 44ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 45ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 46ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 47ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 48ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 49ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 50ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 51ECh. 8.6 - Verifying a Formula In Exercises 49-54, verify the...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 53ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 54ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 55ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 56ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 57ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 58ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 59ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 60ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 61ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 62ECh. 8.6 - EXPLORING CONCEPTS Finding a Pattern (a) Find...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 64ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 65ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 66ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 73ECh. 8.6 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.6 - Building Design The cross section of a precast...Ch. 8.6 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 1ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 2ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 3ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 4ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 7ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 8ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.7 - Using Two Methods In Exercises 510, evaluate the...Ch. 8.7 - Prob. 11ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 15ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.7 - 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Prob. 65ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 66ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 67ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 68ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 69ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 70ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 71ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 72ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 73ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 74ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 75ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 76ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 77ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 78ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 79ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 80ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 81ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 82ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 83ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 84ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 85ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 86ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 87ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 88ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 89ECh. 8.7 - Tractrix A person moves from the origin along the...Ch. 8.7 - Prob. 91ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 92ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 93ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 94ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 95ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 96ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 97ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 98ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 99ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 100ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 101ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 102ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 103ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 104ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 105ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 106ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 107ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 108ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 109ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 110ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 111ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 112ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 113ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 114ECh. 8.7 - Prob. 115ECh. 8.8 - Determining Whether an Integral Is Improper In...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 2ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 3ECh. 8.8 - Determining Whether an Integral Is Improper In...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 5ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 6ECh. 8.8 - Determining Whether an Integral Is Improper In...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 8ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 9ECh. 8.8 - Evaluating an Improper Integral In Exercises...Ch. 8.8 - Evaluating an Improper Integral In Exercises...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 12ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 13ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 14ECh. 8.8 - Writing In Exercises 1316, explain why the...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 16ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 17ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 18ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 19ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 20ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 21ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 22ECh. 8.8 - Evaluating an Improper Integral In Exercises 1732,...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 24ECh. 8.8 - Evaluating an Improper Integral In Exercises 1732,...Ch. 8.8 - Evaluating an Improper Integral In Exercises 1732,...Ch. 8.8 - Prob. 27ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 28ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 29ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 30ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 31ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 32ECh. 8.8 - Prob. 33ECh. 8.8 - 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