# Math 1502

### Name: ____________________________

Section: Circle One:
Section A1:Lindsay Bates.Classroom:Skiles 202
Section A2:Eric Forgoston.Classroom:Skiles 246
Section A3:Mohammed Sinnokrot.Classroom:Skilkes 256
Section A4:Kasso Okoudjou.Classroom:Skiles
Section A5:Marcus Sammer. Skiles 140

### Name: ____________________________

Section: Circle One:
Section A1:Lindsay Bates.Classroom:Skiles 202
Section A2:Eric Forgoston.Classroom:Skiles 246
Section A3:Mohammed Sinnokrot.Classroom:Skilkes 256
Section A4:Kasso Okoudjou.Classroom:Skiles
Section A5:Marcus Sammer. Skiles 140

Jenny  Thompson want  you to find some series"

#### Ans

(ln(1-x)):

And now substitute x^3 wherever you see an t:

Alternatively: Note that the integral of -3x^2/(1-x^3)   is ln(1-x^3)

### Name: ____________________________

Section: Circle One:
Section A1:Lindsay Bates.Classroom:Skiles 202
Section A2:Eric Forgoston.Classroom:Skiles 246
Section A3:Mohammed Sinnokrot.Classroom:Skilkes 256
Section A4:Kasso Okoudjou.Classroom:Skiles
Section A5:Marcus Sammer. Skiles 140

#### Ans

 1 0.027777777777777776` 2 0.0030864197530864196` 3 0.000257201646090535` 4 0.000017146776406035666` 5 9.525986892242036`*^-7 6 4.5361842344009695`*^-8 7 1.890076764333737`*^-9 8 7.000284312347175`*^-11 9 2.333428104115725`*^-12 10 7.070994254896137`*^-14

We see that n = 4 works.

Converted by Mathematica      January 20, 2000