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MTH301 Calculus II Assignment No 02 Solution & Discussion Due Date:17-06-2013

Assignment #  2 ( Graded)

 

MTH301 (Spring 2013)

          

  Total marks: 10

  Lecture # 13 to 22  

  Due Date: June 17, 2013

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Question # 1:

 

Find the critical points of the function  

 

Also classify them in Relative Maxima, Relative Minima and Saddle Points.

 

Question # 2

 

 

Prove that 

 

 

Question # 3

 

Find the volume of the prism whose base is the triangle in xy-plane bounded by the x-axis and the line 

 

and whose top lies in the plane

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                      A saddle point is a point in the domain of the function f which is a stationary point but not a local extremum i.e., local maximum or local minimum. The name derives from the fact that in two dimensions, the surface looks like a saddle that curves up in one direction, and curves down in the other direction.

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