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Calculus II - Practice Problems
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For problems 1  4 find the domain of the given function.

 

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For problems 5  7 identify and sketch the level curves (or contours) for the given function.

 

5.   [Solution]

 

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For problems 8 & 9 identify and sketch the traces for the given curves.

 

8.   [Solution]

 

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