(b) From part (a), we have an expression involving the distance between the poles (26), the height of the lowest point of the wire (a), and the length of the wire (L). ... xTM + y2k = l =agt; y2k = l-x2k =agt; y = (1 - x2*)1/(2i) (in the first quadrant), so we use the arc length formula with Ap. ... 4 / J\ + o#Ar-i)(l - x2k)l/k-3 dx Jo 35 Now from the graph, we see that as k increases, the aquot;cornersaquot; of these fat circles get closer toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Complete Solutions Manual for Stewart's Calculus, Third Edition|
|Author||:||James Stewart, Daniel Anderson, Daniel Drucker|