*Use Green's Theorem to find a particular integral of a single variable*

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*Use Green's Theorem to find a particular integral of a single variable*

*When the sample space is too small, then Bernstein's examples on independent events fail.*

*The author describes a method for identifying curves where the arc length is easy to compute by symbolic integration.*

*A family of curves whose lengths are closely related to Pythagorean Triples and therefore rational*

*In this note the convergence of certain modified \(p\) -series is discussed.*

*A new approach to finding the center of gravity for quadrilaterals*

*A number game and the discussion of probabilities of winning*

*A row (column) of a matrix is called “extraneous” if it is a linear combination of the other rows (columns). The author shows that deleting an extraneous row or column of a...*