1. ## College Calculus II

I am trying to do test corrections . I have attached a copy of the test. I don't need help with all I just need help with 1a,b,c,d and 3a,b,c. That is all for now

2. you really insist huh?

fine..

1a.. i believe you know $\int \sec^2 x \, dx$..
so the first thing you do is to set $u = \sqrt{x}$

1b.. you may want to divide first and you will get a constant + 1 over something.. that 1 over something is an $\ln$ form when integrated..
EDIT: I didn't see that there was a power of 7. anyways, use a substitution on the denominator with out the power..

1c.. set $u = x^3$

1d.. you may want to separate first.. for the first addends, set $u = 4 + x^2$.. for the second addends, it just a direct application of what you should have learned..

3. Thank you sooo much for the help!!!!!!!!!

anyone want to help with 3a,b,c

4. Originally Posted by hookem085
I am trying to do test corrections . I have attached a copy of the test. I don't need help with all I just need help with 1a,b,c,d and 3a,b,c. That is all for now
Again, this is a to-be-graded assignment, as posted here (under a different name, no less). I would advise others (though the moderators have the final say) not to provide direct solutions to or work for these problems, but to instead offer general help or guidance.

5. 3a use washer with respect to y

6. Originally Posted by Reckoner
Again, this is a to-be-graded assignment, as posted here (under a different name, no less). I would advise others (though the moderators have the final say) not to provide direct solutions to or work for these problems, but to instead offer general help or guidance.
don't you think that some of the questions being asked here are answered, without knowing whether the questions asked are graded or not, yet we, helpers, give direct or exact solutions? i mean, what is the difference between helping this person who told us that the questions are graded and helping other guys who have not told us whether the question is graded or not?

if you were able to read all content of the attached file, you will see that all of his solutions were, in fact, given at the last pages before s/he even asked us to help him/her.

7. Originally Posted by kalagota
don't you think that some of the questions being asked here are answered, without knowing whether the questions asked are graded or not, yet we, helpers, give direct or exact solutions? i mean, what is the difference between helping this person who told us that the questions are graded and helping other guys who have not told us whether the question is graded or not?
There is no difference, which is why I usually prefer to give guidance rather than a complete solution if further details are unknown. In addition, I don't think a very large proportion of the questions asked here are for exams to be graded, considering that exams are usually taken in classrooms (though there is some occasional people with take-home exams, for whatever reason), which just leaves homework. And homework, in my experience, is usually either not graded or given only a slight influence on one's grade as compared to exams, so this is usually less an issue.

Originally Posted by kalagota
if you were able to read all content of the attached file, you will see that all of his solutions were, in fact, given at the last pages before s/he even asked us to help him/her.
I read the file. Her attempted solutions are there, but she was asked to correct the test for a revised grade. So I think it would be inappropriate for us to do the corrections.

8. Originally Posted by Reckoner
I read the file. Her attempted solutions are there, but she was asked to correct the test for a revised grade. So I think it would be inappropriate for us to do the corrections.
i think, the way s/he asked in the first thread was inappropriate.. however, this time, s/he told us that s/he was doing the corrections already. so maybe it may be good also for him/her at least (or at most) the initial step (we shall not deprive her/him of that)..

and it will be up to us now whether we will continue to give the complete solution (which in this case, no we should not)

9. Originally Posted by kalagota
i think, the way s/he asked in the first thread was inappropriate.. however, this time, s/he told us that s/he was doing the corrections already. so maybe it may be good also for him/her at least (or at most) the initial step (we shall not deprive her/him of that)..

and it will be up to us now whether we will continue to give the complete solution (which in this case, no we should not)
I agree. Note that my post was not directed at you (I thought your help was appropriate), I just wanted others to understand that this was going to be graded so that they could make an appropriate decision on how much help they wanted to give.

(Also, regarding your carefully-gender-neutral language, I think the name on the test removes the ambiguity )

10. Originally Posted by Reckoner
(Also, regarding your carefully-gender-neutral language, I think the name on the test removes the ambiguity )
i didn't notice that the name was catherine ..