MATH 2010 Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra, Homework 4.

Due: Monday, June 8, 2020, 11.59pm.

Answer the following questions. Upload your solutions as a single pdf file to LMS. Include your last name and HW1 in the name of the file, eg, mitchellHW1.pdf. No late homework accepted.

1. Section 15.4, pages 863–866:
1. Let the domain = {(x,y) : x 0, x2 + y2 4}. Find xy dxdy using polar coordinates.
2. Find 02 x2xy dy dx using polar coordinates. (Hint: the integral of 1 cos 2(θ) is tan(θ).)
3. Let the domain = {(r,θ) : 0 θ π∕2, 0 r }. Find x dxdy using polar coordinates. (Hint: use double angle formula and also the identity sin 2θ + cos 2θ = 1.
4. Use cyclindrical coordinates to integrate f(x,y,z) = z over the domain = {(x,y,z) : x2 + y2 z 2 - x2 - y2}.
5. Use spherical coordinates to integrate f(x,y,z) = z over the domain = {(x,y,z) : x2 + y2 + z2 4z, z }.
2. Section 15.5, pages 874–878:
1. Find the total population within a 4-km radius of the origin with x 0, y 0, with population density 2000(x2 + y2)-0.3. (Hint: use polar coordinates.)
2. Find the centroid of the infinite lamina with x 1 and 0 y x-3 with density δ(x,y) = 1.
3. Find the centroid of = {(x,y,z) : x,y,z 0, x∕R + z∕H 1, x2 + y2 R2} for positive parameters R and H. (Hint: use cylindrical coordinates and double angle formulas.)
4. Let be infinite lamina with x 0 and y 0 and with density δ(x,y) = e-x-y. Find the moments of inertia Ix and Iy.
5. The random variables x and y have domain = {(x,y) : 0 x 1, 0 y 1 -x}and probability density p(x,y) = Cxy on for some positive constant C.
1. Determine C so that p(x,y) is a probability density on .
2. What is the probability that x 2y?

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