Architects designing such a building need to know the domea#39;s area to determine the cost of materials and to figure the weight of the dome (with and without snow on it). The weight, of course, is needed for planning the strength of the supporting structure. Check out Figure 1-4. With regular math and some simple physics, you can calculate how much a quarterback must lead his receiver to ... In Part V, you do integration problems like the cable-length problem shown back in Figure 1-3.
|Title||:||Calculus For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-06-23|