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WeBWorK assignment number WW1 VectorFields is due : 01/15/2011 at 06:00pm EST. The (* replace with url for the course home page *) for the course contains the syllabus, grading policy and other information.

MATH337 1 SP11

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1. (1 pt) Match each vector ﬁeld with its graph.

2. (1 pt) ? ? ? ? 1. 2. 3. 4. F(x, y) = F(x, y) = F(x, y) = F(x, y) = x, −y −y, x x, y y, x Match each vector ﬁeld with its graph.

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F = . F = x. disdisdisdis2 −x −y .• • • • • • F E B A D C 3. F = −x. G(x. F = . An attractive force whose magnitude increases as tance increases. (1 pt) Match each vector ﬁeld with its graph. y ? 1. A repulsive force whose magnitude decreases as tance increases. ? 4. (1 pt) Match each vector ﬁeld with its graph. y) = xi − y j ? 2. An attractive force whose magnitude decreases as tance increases. A repulsive force whose magnitude increases as tance increases. Match each vector ﬁeld with its description. ? 1. 5. ? 1. (1 pt) Each vector ﬁeld shown shown represents the force on a particle at different points in the plane as a result of another particle at the origin.) (Click on a graph to enlarge it) Correct Answers: • C • A • B Correct Answers: • • • • C B A D 4. y) = xi + y j ? 3. 2 + y2 x2 + y2 x ? 3. −y ? 4. ? 2. H(x. x2 + y2 x2 + y2 x y ? 2. y) = −yi + x j A B C A B C D (Click on a graph to enlarge it. F(x. ? 3.

where r = x. The vectors increase in length as you move away from the origin. • C. . C D Correct Answers: • AF (Click on a graph to enlarge it. All the vectors point toward the origin. The length of each vector is 2. (1 pt) Sketch the vector ﬁeld F(r) = 2r in the plane. All the vectors point toward the origin. The length of each vector is 34. Correct Answers: • EF 9. (1 pt) Sketch the vector ﬁeld F(x. The length of each vector is 34.D with the vector ﬁelds F below. The vectors decrease in length as you move away from the origin. (1 pt) Sketch the vector ﬁeld F(x. 3 A. The vectors decrease in length as you move away from the origin. y) = − r in the || r ||3 plane. All the vectors point away from the origin. √ • F. Select all that apply. • C. • B. All the vectors point away from the origin. 7. where r = x. • E. • D. y) = 3i + 5 j in the plane.Correct Answers: • BE A B 8. The vectors decrease in length as you move away from the origin. • G. All the vectors point in the same direction. • A. • E. • D. • A. • E. Select all that apply.) Correct Answers: • A • D • C • B 6. • B. • C. The vectors increase in length as you move away from the origin. Select all that apply. • B. y . All the vectors point in the same direction. • D. • F. (1 pt) Match the plots labeled A . • A. The length of each vector is 1. All the vectors point away from the origin. The vectors increase in length as you move away from the origin. All the vectors point toward the origin. y .

x 1. This is shown in the ﬁgure below (vectors are shown with a dot at their tail). and we have x(t) = ae4t . F = 4. respectively. (1 pt) Consider the vector ﬁeld v = 4xi + 4y j. On a sheet of paper. for some constant a. If we eliminate t from the expressions for x(t) and y(t). we have the non-parametric representation of the ﬂow. Thus they are both exponentials.) SOLUTION (a) As dx dy v(t) = i+ j. (a) After sketching the vector ﬁeld and ﬂow. 10. x + 1 Correct Answers: B. dt dt the system of differential equations is x = 4x and y = 4y (b) Note that x and y are proportional to x and y.1. F = 3. 1/x x − 2. 4*x 4*y a*eˆ(4*t) b*eˆ(4*t) . F = • • • • A D B C y. ﬁnd the system of differential equations associated with the vector ﬁeld: x = y = (b) Solve the system you found above to ﬁnd the ﬂow x(t) = y(t) = (Your solution for x should involve a constant a. y(t) = be4t . sin y y. C. and for y a constant b. sketch the vector ﬁeld and the ﬂow. F = 2. Correct Answers: • • • • 4 D.

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