1. Describe one practical application that requires concepts in Calculus II.
2. Project can be based on your own work or on any other sources like internet, books, journals and so on.
3. If you use other sources, cite references. Don't just copy and paste. Make some changes.
4. Assign your own values to parameters required to find solution. Complete solution and show your work.
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One topic that is getting a lot of attention in science and technology today is alternative sources of energy. One of the more familiar forms is the use of solar panels to generate energy from sunlight. For home use, it is typical to mount solar panels on the roof of your house. This requires an ability to use vector arithmetic including dot products and cross products. A web page from the Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA) presents several applications of vectors with regard to the installation of solar panels. Some of these points will be outlined here....
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