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AP Calculus2.1 – 2.4 Applications of Derivatives p118, #103 The volume of a cube with sides of length

s

is given by

3

sV

=

. Find the rate of change of the volume with respect to

s

when

4

=

s

centimeters. p118, #106 The annual inventory cost

C

for a manufacturer is given by:

QQC

3.6000,008,1

+=

where

Q

is the order size when the inventory is replenished. Find the change in annual cost when

Q

isincreased from 350 to 352, and compare this with the instantaneous rate of change when

351

=

Q

. p129, #116 An automobile’s velocity starting from rest is given by

( )

152100

+=

t t t v

where

v

is measuredin feet per second. Find a) the velocity at 7 seconds, b) the acceleration at 5 seconds, c) the acceleration at10 seconds, and d) the average acceleration from 5 seconds to 10 seconds p129, #117 A car is traveling at a rate of 66 feet per second (45 miles per hour) when the brakes areapplied. The position function for the car is

( )

t t t s

6625.8

2

+−=

where

s

is measured in feet and

t

ismeasured in seconds. Use this function to find the velocity and acceleration of the car and then find theaverage velocity from t = 0 to t = 3, the instantaneous velocity at t = 3, and the acceleration at t = 3.P139, #102 The displacement from equilibrium of an object in harmonic motion on the end of a spring isgiven by:

t t y

12sin4112cos31

−=

where y is measured in feet and t is the time in seconds. Determinethe position, velocity, and acceleration of the object when

8

π

=

t

seconds.Piece-wise examples:Find the interval(s) of differentiability for:

( )

2

1;11;1

xx fx xx

+ <=+ ≥

( )

2

21:12;1

xx gx xx

+ ≤=+ >

( )

2:31;3

xxhx x

− <=≥

( )

3

1;1;1

x jx xx

>=≤

The graph at theright represents thefunction

( )

fx

.Sketch the graphs of

( ) ( )

and

fxfx

′ ′′

onthe same set of axes.The graph at theright represents thefunction

( )

gx

.Sketch the graphs of

( ) ( )

and g

gxx

′ ′′

onthe same set of axes.If the graph at the right represents

( )

hx

, sketch thegraph of

( )

hx

′

( )

gx

( )

fx

The graph at the right represents the population in1000’s of a town at years measured from 1980.Estimate the population in the year 1986?Estimate the average rate of growth from 1979 to1986?Estimate the rate of growth in 1973? In 1989?The graph at the left represents the position of an objectto the right of an arbitrary starting point in meters withrespect to time in minutes.What is the position of the object at7min

t

= −

?When is the velocity of the object zero?Over what interval is the velocity negative?When does the velocity appear to be the greatest?When might the acceleration be zero?Given

( ) ( )

( )

hxfgx

=

Find

( )

5

h

′

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