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2010 AP Calculus AB Form A solutions (Official)

webasswebass Posts: 666- Member
edited May 2010 in AP Tests Preparation
2010 AP Calculus AB Form A solutions.

Here are quick answers, let's check compare and check them.

a) ∫(0→6) f(t) = 142.xxx cubic ft.

b) f(8) - g(8) = 48.417 - 108 = -59.58 cubic ft/hr

c) forgot already, but i did it

d) (∫(0→9) f(t)) - (125 + 108*2) = 26.335 cubic ft.

man it's so uncomfortable to write here, will add others later, or u guys can add too...
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