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# CALCULUS II

Practice Problems

Paul Dawkins

Calculus II

Preface ........................................................................................................................................... iii
Outline ........................................................................................................................................... iii
Integration Techniques ................................................................................................................. 6
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Integration by Parts .................................................................................................................................... 6
Integrals Involving Trig Functions ............................................................................................................. 7
Trig Substitutions ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Partial Fractions ......................................................................................................................................... 9
Integrals Involving Roots ..........................................................................................................................10
Integration Strategy ...................................................................................................................................11
Improper Integrals .....................................................................................................................................11
Comparison Test for Improper Integrals ...................................................................................................12
Approximating Definite Integrals .............................................................................................................12
Applications of Integrals ............................................................................................................. 13
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................13
Arc Length ................................................................................................................................................14
Surface Area ..............................................................................................................................................14
Center of Mass ..........................................................................................................................................15
Hydrostatic Pressure and Force .................................................................................................................15
Probability .................................................................................................................................................17
Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates .......................................................................... 18
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................18
Parametric Equations and Curves .............................................................................................................19
Tangents with Parametric Equations .........................................................................................................19
Area with Parametric Equations ................................................................................................................19
Arc Length with Parametric Equations .....................................................................................................19
Surface Area with Parametric Equations...................................................................................................19
Polar Coordinates ......................................................................................................................................19
Tangents with Polar Coordinates ..............................................................................................................19
Area with Polar Coordinates .....................................................................................................................20
Arc Length with Polar Coordinates ...........................................................................................................20
Surface Area with Polar Coordinates ........................................................................................................20
Arc Length and Surface Area Revisited ....................................................................................................20
Sequences and Series ................................................................................................................... 20
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................20
Sequences ..................................................................................................................................................21
More on Sequences ...................................................................................................................................21
Series The Basics ...................................................................................................................................21
Series Convergence/Divergence ............................................................................................................21
Series Special Series ..............................................................................................................................22
Integral Test ..............................................................................................................................................22
Comparison Test / Limit Comparison Test ...............................................................................................22
Alternating Series Test ..............................................................................................................................22
Absolute Convergence ..............................................................................................................................22
Ratio Test ..................................................................................................................................................22
Root Test ...................................................................................................................................................22
Strategy for Series .....................................................................................................................................23
Estimating the Value of a Series ...............................................................................................................23
Power Series ..............................................................................................................................................23
Power Series and Functions ......................................................................................................................23
Taylor Series .............................................................................................................................................23
Applications of Series ...............................................................................................................................23
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Binomial Series .........................................................................................................................................23
Vectors .......................................................................................................................................... 23
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................24
Vectors The Basics .................................................................................................................................24
Vector Arithmetic .....................................................................................................................................24
Dot Product ...............................................................................................................................................24
Cross Product ............................................................................................................................................25
Three Dimensional Space............................................................................................................ 25
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................25
The 3-D Coordinate System ......................................................................................................................26
Equations of Lines ....................................................................................................................................26
Equations of Planes ...................................................................................................................................26
Functions of Several Variables .................................................................................................................26
Vector Functions .......................................................................................................................................26
Calculus with Vector Functions ................................................................................................................26
Tangent, Normal and Binormal Vectors ...................................................................................................26
Arc Length with Vector Functions ............................................................................................................27
Curvature ...................................................................................................................................................27
Velocity and Acceleration .........................................................................................................................27
Cylindrical Coordinates ............................................................................................................................27
Spherical Coordinates ...............................................................................................................................27

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Calculus II

Preface

Here are a set of practice problems for my Calculus II notes. If you are viewing the pdf version
of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web) this document contains only the problems
themselves and no solutions are included in this document. Solutions can be found in a number
of places on the site.

1. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

3. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Outline

Here is a list of sections for which problems have been written.

Integration Techniques
Integration by Parts
Integrals Involving Trig Functions
Trig Substitutions
Partial Fractions
Integrals Involving Roots
Using Integral Tables
Integration Strategy
Improper Integrals
Comparison Test for Improper Integrals
Approximating Definite Integrals

Applications of Integrals
Arc Length No problems written yet.
Surface Area No problems written yet.
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Center of Mass No problems written yet.
Hydrostatic Pressure and Force No problems written yet.
Probability No problems written yet.

Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates
Parametric Equations and Curves No problems written yet.
Tangents with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Area with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Surface Area with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Tangents with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Area with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Surface Area with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Arc Length and Surface Area Revisited No problems written yet.

Sequences and Series
Sequences No problems written yet.
More on Sequences No problems written yet.
Series The Basics No problems written yet.
Series Convergence/Divergence No problems written yet.
Series Special Series No problems written yet.
Integral Test No problems written yet.
Comparison Test/Limit Comparison Test No problems written yet.
Alternating Series Test No problems written yet.
Absolute Convergence No problems written yet.
Ratio Test No problems written yet.
Root Test No problems written yet.
Strategy for Series No problems written yet.
Estimating the Value of a Series No problems written yet.
Power Series No problems written yet.
Power Series and Functions No problems written yet.
Taylor Series No problems written yet.
Applications of Series No problems written yet.
Binomial Series No problems written yet.

Vectors
Vectors The Basics No problems written yet.
Vector Arithmetic No problems written yet.
Dot Product No problems written yet.
Cross Product No problems written yet.

Three Dimensional Space
The 3-D Coordinate System No problems written yet.
Equations of Lines No problems written yet.
Equations of Planes No problems written yet.
Quadric Surfaces No problems written yet.
Functions of Several Variables No problems written yet.
Vector Functions No problems written yet.
Calculus with Vector Functions No problems written yet.
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Tangent, Normal and Binormal Vectors No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Vector Functions No problems written yet.
Curvature No problems written yet.
Velocity and Acceleration No problems written yet.
Cylindrical Coordinates No problems written yet.
Spherical Coordinates No problems written yet.

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Integration Techniques

Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Integration Techniques chapter of my Calculus II
notes. If you are viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web)
this document contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included in this
document. Solutions can be found in a number of places on the site.

4. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

6. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

Integration by Parts
Integrals Involving Trig Functions
Trig Substitutions
Partial Fractions
Integrals Involving Roots
Using Integral Tables
Integration Strategy
Improper Integrals
Comparison Test for Improper Integrals
Approximating Definite Integrals

Integration by Parts
Evaluate each of the following integrals.

1.
( ) 4 cos 2 3 x x dx

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2. ( )
1
3
0
6
2 5
x
x dx +

e

3.
( ) ( )
2
3 sin 2 t t t dt +

4.
( )
1
8
6tan
w
dw

5.
( )
2
1
4
cos
z
z dz

e

6. ( )
2
0
cos 4 x x dx

7.
( )
7 4
sin 2 t t dt

8.
( )
6
cos 3 y y dy

9.
( )
3 2
4 9 7 3
x
x x x dx

+ +

e

Integrals Involving Trig Functions
Evaluate each of the following integrals.

1.
( ) ( )
3 4
2 2
3 3
sin cos x x dx

2.
( ) ( )
8 5
sin 3 cos 3 z z dz

3.
( )
4
cos 2t dt

4. ( ) ( )
2
3 5
1 1
2 2
cos sin w w dw

5.
( ) ( )
6 2
sec 3 tan 3 y y dy

6.
( ) ( )
3 10
tan 6 sec 6 x x dx

7. ( ) ( )
4 7 3
0
tan sec z z dz

8.
( ) ( ) cos 3 sin 8 t t dt

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9. ( ) ( )
3
1
sin 8 sin x x dx

10.
( ) ( )
4
cot 10 csc 10 z z dz

11.
( ) ( )
6 4
1 1
4 4
csc cot w w dw

12.
( )
( )
4
9
sec 2
tan 2
t
dt
t

13.
( )
( )
3
2
2 7sin
cos
z
dz
z
+
(

14.
( ) ( ) ( )
5 3 4
9sin 3 2cos 3 csc 3 x x x dx (

Trig Substitutions
For problems 1 8 use a trig substitution to eliminate the root.

1.
2
4 9z

2.
2
13 25x +

3.
( )
5
2 2
7 3 t

4. ( )
2
3 100 w+

5. ( )
2
4 9 5 1 t +

6.
2
1 4 2 z z

7.
( )
3
2 2
8 21 x x +

8.
8
9
x
e

For problems 9 16 use a trig substitution to evaluate the given integral.
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9.
2
4
16 x
dx
x
+
(

10.
2
1 7w dw

11.
( )
5
2 3 2
3 4 t t dt

12.
5
4 2
7
2
25
dy
y y

13.
4
5 2
1
2 2 9 z z dz +

14.
2
1
9 36 37
dx
x x +

15.
( )
( )
3
2
5
2
3
40 6
z
dz
z z
+

(
(

16. ( ) ( )
2
cos 9 25sin x x dx +

Partial Fractions
Evaluate each of the following integrals.

1.
2
4
5 14
dx
x x +

2.
2
8 3
10 13 3
t
dt
t t

3.
( )( )( )
0
2
1
7
2 1 4
w w
dw
w w w

+
+

4.
3 2
8
3 7 4
dx
x x x + +

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5.
( )( )
4
2
2
2
3 1
1 5
z
dz
z z
+
+

6.
3 2
4 11
9
x
dx
x x

7.
( )( )
2
2
2 3
6 4
z z
dz
z z
+ +
+

8.
( )( )
2 3
2 2
8 6 12
3 4 7
t t t
dt
t t
+ +
+ +

9.
( )( )
2
6 3
2 4
x x
dx
x x

10.
4
3
2
9
w
dw
w w
+
+

Integrals Involving Roots
Evaluate each of the following integrals.

1.
7
2 4
dx
x +

2.
1
2 1 2
dw
w w + +

3.
2
3 2 4 2
t
dt
t t

Evaluate each of the following integrals.

1.
2
7
3 3
dw
w w + +

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2.
2
10
4 8 9
x
dx
x x +

3.
( )
5
2 2
2 9
14 46
t
dt
t t
+
+

(
(

4.
( )
2
2
3
1 4 2
z
dz
z z

Integration Strategy

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

I was finding it very difficult to come up with a good mix of new problems and decided my
time was better spent writing problems for later sections rather than trying to come up with a
sufficient number of problems for what is essentially a review section. I intend to come back at a
later date when I have more time to devote to this section and add problems then.

Improper Integrals
Determine if each of the following integrals converge or diverge. If the integral converges
determine its value.

1. ( )
0
1 2
x
x dx

e

2. ( )
0
1 2
x
x dx

e

3.
1
5
1
10 2
dz
z

4.
2
3 2
1
4
4
w
dw
w

5.
1
6 y dy

6.
( )
4
2
9
1 3
dz
z

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7.
4
2
0
9
x
dx
x

8.
( )
3
2
4
6
1
w
dw
w

(
(

9.
4
2
1
1
6
dx
x x +

10.
1
0
2
x
dx
x

(
(

e

Comparison Test for Improper Integrals
Use the Comparison Test to determine if the following integrals converge or diverge.

1.
3
1
1
1
dx
x

2.
2
3
3
1
z
dz
z

3.
4
y
dy
y

e

4.
4 2
1
1
2
z
dz
z z

5.
( ) ( )
2
3 2
6
1
cos 1
w
dw
w w

+
+

Approximating Definite Integrals
For each of the following integrals use the given value of n to approximate the value of the
definite integral using
(a) the Midpoint Rule,
(b) the Trapezoid Rule, and
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(c) Simpsons Rule.

Use at least 6 decimal places of accuracy for your work.

1.
7
3
1
1
1
dx
x +

using 6 n =

2.
2 2
1
1
x
dx

e using 6 n =

3.
( )
4
0
cos 1 x dx +

using 8 n =

Applications of Integrals

Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Applications of Integrals chapter of my Calculus II
notes. If you are viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web)
this document contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included in this
document. Solutions can be found in a number of places on the site.

7. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

9. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

Arc Length No problems written yet.
Surface Area No problems written yet.
Center of Mass No problems written yet.
Hydrostatic Pressure and Force No problems written yet.
Probability No problems written yet.
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Arc Length

1. Set up, but do not evaluate, an integral for the length of 2 y x = + , 1 7 x using,
(a)
2
1
dy
ds dx
dx
(
= +
(

(b)
2
1
dx
ds dy
dy
(
= +
(

2. Set up, but do not evaluate, an integral for the length of ( ) cos x y = ,
1
2
0 x using,
(a)
2
1
dy
ds dx
dx
(
= +
(

(b)
2
1
dx
ds dy
dy
(
= +
(

3. Determine the length of
( )
3
2
7 6 y x = + , 189 875 y .

4. Determine the length of ( )
2
4 3 x y = + , 1 4 y .

Surface Area

1. Set up, but do not evaluate, an integral for the surface area of the object obtained by rotating
5 x y = + , 5 3 x about the y-axis using,
(a)
2
1
dy
ds dx
dx
(
= +
(

(b)
2
1
dx
ds dy
dy
(
= +
(

2. Set up, but do not evaluate, an integral for the surface area of the object obtained by rotating
( ) sin 2 y x = ,
8
0 x

(a)
2
1
dy
ds dx
dx
(
= +
(

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(b)
2
1
dx
ds dy
dy
(
= +
(

3. Set up, but do not evaluate, an integral for the surface area of the object obtained by rotating
3
4 y x = + , 1 5 x about the given axis. You can use either ds.
(a) x-axis

(b) y-axis

4. Find the surface area of the object obtained by rotating
2
4 3 y x = + , 1 2 x about the y-
axis.

5. Find the surface area of the object obtained by rotating
( ) sin 2 y x = ,
8
0 x

axis.

Center of Mass
Find the center of mass for each of the following regions.

1. The region bounded by
2
4 y x = that is in the first quadrant.

2. The region bounded by 3
x
y

= e , the x-axis, 2 x = and the y-axis.

3. The triangle with vertices (0, 0), (-4, 2) and (0,6).

Hydrostatic Pressure and Force
Find the hydrostatic force on the following plates submerged in water as shown in each image. In
each case consider the top of the blue box to be the surface of the water in which the plate is
submerged. Note as well that the dimensions in many of the images will not be perfectly to scale
in order to better fit the plate in the image. The lengths given in each image are in meters.

1.
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2.

3.
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Probability
1. Let,
( )
( )
2
3
20 if 2 18
37760
0 otherwise
x x x
f x

(a) Show that ( ) f x is a probability density function.
(b) Find ( ) 7 P X .
(c) Find ( ) 7 P X .
(d) Find ( ) 3 14 P X .
(e) Determine the mean value of X.

2. For a brand of light bulb the probability density function of the life span of the light bulb is
given by the function below, where t is in months.
( )
25
0.04 if 0
0 if 0
t
t
f t
t

=

<

e

(a) Verify that ( ) f t is a probability density function.
(b) What is the probability that a light bulb will have a life span less than 8 months?
(c) What is the probability that a light bulb will have a life span more than 20 months?
(d) What is the probability that a light bulb will have a life span between 14 and 30 months?
(e) Determine the mean value of the life span of the light bulbs.
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3. Determine the value of c for which the function below will be a probability density function.
( )
( )
3 4
8 if 0 8
0 otherwise
c x x x
f x

Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates

Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates chapter of
my Calculus II notes. If you are viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing
it on the web) this document contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included
in this document. Solutions can be found in a number of places on the site.

10. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

12. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

Parametric Equations and Curves No problems written yet.
Tangents with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Area with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Surface Area with Parametric Equations No problems written yet.
Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Tangents with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Area with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Surface Area with Polar Coordinates No problems written yet.
Arc Length and Surface Area Revisited No problems written yet.

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Parametric Equations and Curves

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Tangents with Parametric Equations

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Area with Parametric Equations

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Arc Length with Parametric Equations

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Surface Area with Parametric Equations

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Polar Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Tangents with Polar Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

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Area with Polar Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Arc Length with Polar Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Surface Area with Polar Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Arc Length and Surface Area Revisited

Problems have not yet been written for this section and probably wont be to be honest since this
is just a summary section.

Sequences and Series

Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Sequences and Series chapter of my Calculus II notes.
If you are viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web) this
document contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included in this document.
Solutions can be found in a number of places on the site.

13. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

15. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

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Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

Sequences No problems written yet.
More on Sequences No problems written yet.
Series The Basics No problems written yet.
Series Convergence/Divergence No problems written yet.
Series Special Series No problems written yet.
Integral Test No problems written yet.
Comparison Test/Limit Comparison Test No problems written yet.
Alternating Series Test No problems written yet.
Absolute Convergence No problems written yet.
Ratio Test No problems written yet.
Root Test No problems written yet.
Strategy for Series No problems written yet.
Estimating the Value of a Series No problems written yet.
Power Series No problems written yet.
Power Series and Functions No problems written yet.
Taylor Series No problems written yet.
Applications of Series No problems written yet.
Binomial Series No problems written yet.

Sequences

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

More on Sequences

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Series The Basics

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Series Convergence/Divergence

Problems have not yet been written for this section.
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Series Special Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Integral Test

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Comparison Test / Limit Comparison Test

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Alternating Series Test

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Absolute Convergence

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Ratio Test

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Root Test

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

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Strategy for Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Estimating the Value of a Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Power Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Power Series and Functions

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Taylor Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Applications of Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Binomial Series

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Vectors

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Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Vectors chapter of my Calculus II notes. If you are
viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web) this document
contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included in this document. Solutions
can be found in a number of places on the site.

16. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

18. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

Vectors The Basics No problems written yet.
Vector Arithmetic No problems written yet.
Dot Product No problems written yet.
Cross Product No problems written yet.

Vectors The Basics

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Vector Arithmetic

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Dot Product

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

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Cross Product

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Three Dimensional Space

Introduction
Here are a set of practice problems for the Three Dimensional Space chapter of my Calculus II
notes. If you are viewing the pdf version of this document (as opposed to viewing it on the web)
this document contains only the problems themselves and no solutions are included in this
document. Solutions can be found in a number of places on the site.

19. If youd like a pdf document containing the solutions go to the note page for the section

select the section youd like solutions for and a link will be provided there.

21. If youd like to view the solutions on the web or solutions to an individual problem you
can go to the problem set web page, select the problem you want the solution for. At this
point I do not provide pdf versions of individual solutions, but for a particular problem
you can select Printable View from the Solution Pane Options to get a printable
version.

Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of
a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems
although this will vary from section to section.

Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have practice problems written for them.

The 3-D Coordinate System No problems written yet.
Equations of Lines No problems written yet.
Equations of Planes No problems written yet.
Quadric Surfaces No problems written yet.
Functions of Several Variables No problems written yet.
Vector Functions No problems written yet.
Calculus with Vector Functions No problems written yet.
Tangent, Normal and Binormal Vectors No problems written yet.
Arc Length with Vector Functions No problems written yet.
Curvature No problems written yet.
Velocity and Acceleration No problems written yet.
Cylindrical Coordinates No problems written yet.
Spherical Coordinates No problems written yet

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The 3-D Coordinate System

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Equations of Lines

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Equations of Planes

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Functions of Several Variables

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Vector Functions

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Calculus with Vector Functions

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Tangent, Normal and Binormal Vectors

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

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Arc Length with Vector Functions

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Curvature

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Velocity and Acceleration

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Cylindrical Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

Spherical Coordinates

Problems have not yet been written for this section.

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