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Problems in Caculus Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions
The following are problems involving inverse trigonometric functions.
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Maxima and Minima
Time Rates
37 - A ladder sliding downward
38 - Rate of rotation of search light pointing to a ship
39 - Rate of increase of angle of elevation of the line of sight
40 - Base angle of a growing right triangle
44 - Angle of elevation of the rope tied to a rowboat on shore
45 - Angle of elevation of the the kite's cord
46-48 Rate of rotation of the searchlight
49-51 Ship sailing east and turned N 30d E
52-53 Two cars traveling from the same point but going to different directions
55 - Greatest angle subtended by a picture
‹ Length of one side for maximum area of trapezoid (solution by Calculus)
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37 - A ladder sliding downward ›
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Differential Calculus
Chapter 1 - Fundamentals
Chapter 2 - Algebraic Functions
Chapter 3 - Applications
Chapter 4 - Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Maxima and Minima Using Trigonometric Functions
Problems in Caculus Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions
37 - A ladder sliding downward
38 - Rate of rotation of search light pointing to a ship
39 - Rate of increase of angle of elevation of the line of sight
40 - Base angle of a growing right triangle
44 - Angle of elevation of the rope tied to a rowboat on shore
45 - Angle of elevation of the the kite's cord
46-48 Rate of rotation of the searchlight
49-51 Ship sailing east and turned N 30d E
52-53 Two cars traveling from the same point but going to different directions
55 - Greatest angle subtended by a picture
Partial Derivatives
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