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FINAL EXAM

INSTRUCTIONS: Write all necessary solutions on your bluebooks and box all final answers. Calculators are not allowed. You have two hours to finish this exam. Good luck! I. True or False. Write T if the statement is always true. Otherwise, write F. (1 point each) 1. The function ( ) has a horizontal tangent line at the point (2, -16). 2. If ( ) , then f has an inflection point at x =a. 3. The graph of the function ( ) is symmetric with respect to the y-axis. 4. If f is differentiable on [a, b], then f is integrable on [a, b]. 5. The function ( ) II. Consider ( ) { ( ) is defined for all x < 5.

**Discuss the continuity of f on [0,1]. (5 points) III. Solve for 1. √ . Do not simplify. (4 points)
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The total area of the regions R1 and R2. The volume of the solid generated when R1 is rotated about the line Washers. Find the area of the largest rectangle that can be inscribed in the region bounded by the curve . The perimeter of the region. (4 points) VII. (4 points) 3. the line and the positive x-axis. (4 points) 2. A particle moves along the curve so that its abscissa is increasing at a rate of 2 units per second. (5 points) ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 70 . 1)? (5 points) 3. The volume of the solid generated when R2 is rotated about the line Cylindrical Shells. At what rate is the particle moving away from the origin as it passes through the point ( e. 1. (4 points) 4. Find the equation of the line normal to the curve using the method of using the method of ( ( √ )) at the point where √ .1. Solve the following problems completely. (3 points) 2.

(2 points) III.) V. Where are the relative extrema? (2 points) 5. (5 points each) ( ) ( ) 2. In what interval(s) is the graph of f concave upward or concave downward? (2 points) 4.n. (4 points each) 1. ( ( ) √ ) (use logarithmic diff. find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes of the graph of f. Show all complete and neat solutions. Where are the critical points(s) and the point(s) of inflection of f? (2 points) 2. I. ( ) . 1.n. Let | | ( ) { Discuss and indicate the type of discontinuity (if any) of the function at the points x = 0 and x = 1. and . d. √ . Set up the definite integrals that 3. Do not simplify. ∫ ( ) ] . Sketch the graph of ( ). In what interval(s) is f increasing or decreasing? (2 points) 3.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: This exam is good for two hours only. (5 points each) 1. ∫ 2. the following table can be obtained: Interval ( ) ( ) ( ) 0 0 0 undefined d. Using limits. Given ( ) and its derivatives ( ) ( ) and ( ) ( ) . ∫ √ VI. (2 points) 6.e. √ 2.e. Find 1. Evaluate the following integrals. (5 points) II. IV. Let R be the region bounded by will give: . Evaluate the following limits.

1). a. the perimeter of R. ( ).1. A ladder is 25 feet long and leaning against a vertical wall. (3 points) 3. . the area of R. the volume of the solid generated by revolving R about the line x = -1 using Cylindrical Shells. (4 points) VII. (5 points each) 1. Given that the acceleration due to gravity is b. Determine how fast the top of the ladder is sliding down the wall when the bottom is 15 feet from the wall. Find the points on the graph that are closest to the point (0. How long will it take the ball to reach the ground? ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 75 . Solve the following problems completely. 2. The bottom of the ladder is being pulled horizontally way from the wall at 3 feet per second. Find the distance function. in terms of time t (in seconds). 3. (3 points) 2. A ball is thrown downward from a window that is 80 feet above the ground with an initial velocity of -64 feet per second.

Find the intervals where the graph of g is concave up or concave down. ( ( √ ) ( ( ) ) . determine the equations of the horizontal and vertical asymptotes of the graph of f. (2 points) 5. Sketch the graph of f. (5 points each) 2. (√ [ ( ( ) ] ) ) 3. Using limits. (5 points each) 1. (2 points) 3. (2 points) 4. ∫ √ . (2 points) 2. No need to simplify. Let R be the region bounded by the curves integral that will yield the following: . Find the coordinates of the critical and inflection points of the graph of f. ∫ 4. Setup the definite . Evaluate the following integrals. Find the intervals where f is increasing or decreasing. I. ∫ √ V. ( ) 2. Differentiate the following to solve for 1.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: Show all necessary solution steps and box all final answers. Evaluate the following limits. 3. and . (6 points each) 1. with emphasis on concavity. ) ( ( ) ) ( ) III. II. Given that ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) . ∫ √ 2. (2 points) IV. 1.

1. (3 points) 3. The volume of the solid obtained by revolving R about the line x = 2. The volume of the solid obtained by revolving R about the line x = -3. The area of area of R using vertical strips. how fast is his shadow on the ground lengthening? ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 80 . Find the height of a right circular cone. Answer completely the following word problems. A light is hung 15 feet atop a lamp post on a level ground. (3 points) 4. having the largest possible volume. whose slating side is √ feet long. by the method of Cylindrical Shells. (2 points) 2. in terms of y. If a man 6 feet tall is walking away from the light at a rate of 6 feet per second. (3 points) VI. by the method of Washers. (5 points each) 1. 2. The perimeter of R.

(2 points) Give the coordinates of the relative extrema and point(s) of inflection. ( ) and ( ) ( ) . Evaluate the following limits. II. Find 1. 2. Write your answers on your bluebook. Verify: 2. Do as indicated. (2 points) Find all the intervals for which the graph of f is concave upward/downward. 6. Integrate. with emphasis on concavity. (2 points) V. ∫ √ 2. 4. ∫ √ ( ) and 3. (9 points) III. Use balck or blue ink only. (2 points) Using limits. . (5 points each) 1. (2 points) Find all the intervals for which the graph of f is increasing/decreasing. Insert the questionnaire on your bluebook after the exam. (2 points) Sketch the graph of f. ( ) ( ) IV. Set-up the integrals that . (5 points each) √( ( ) ) ( ) ( ( ) ) 3. Given: ( ) { Discuss the continuity at and determine if it is continuous or discontinuous at those points. Consider the graph of the equation: 1. [ ( )] √ 2. (5 points each) 1. Classify each discontinuities whether it is essential or removable. clearly and legibly. determine all the equations of the asymptotes of the graph. 3. ∫ √ √ VI. Good luck! I. Show all necessary solutions and box your final answers. Let R be the region bounded by the curves will yield the following: .MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM General Directions: This exam is good only for two hours. 5.

1. The perimeter of R. The area of R using horizontal strips. Air being pumped into a spherical balloon. The volume of the solid obtained by revolving R about the y-axis using the method of Cylindrical Shells. 2. ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 80 . The volume of the solid obtained by revolving R about the line using the method of Washers. (4 points each) 1. (3 points) 4. Solve the problems completely. Using derivatives. A box with a square base and open top must have a volume of 32 cubic feet. in terms of x. (3 points) VII. find the dimensions of the box that will minimize the amount of material to be used. (3 points) 3. Find the rate of increase in the radius of the balloon at the time when its radius is 10 inches and its volume is increasing at a rate of 400 cubic inches per second at that time. (2 points) 2.

(3 points) V. inflection point and asymptotes. and . 2. Consider the function ( ) 1. ∫ √ 2. Let R be the region bounded by following. ( ( )( ) ) . . You have two hours to finish this exam. (4 points each) √ ) ( ( ) ) | | ( ) IV. ( . Evaluate the following limits. ( ) 2. (3 points) Give the coordinates of the points where f has a relative extremum or point of inflection. ( ) II. (4 points) Find the intervals on which the graphs of f is increasing or decreasing. 2. . Find the following anti-derivatives and evaluate the definite integral. (4 points each) 1. (2 points) Sketch the graph of f and label the relative extrema. . 5. (3 points) Find the intervals on which the graph of f is concave up or concave down. ∫ 3. Find 1. Good luck! I. ∫ ( ) VI. (4 points each) 1. Do not oversimplify.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: Write all necessary solutions on your bluebooks and box all final answers. determine the asymptotes of the graph of f. with ( ) ( ) . Using limits. and ( ) ( ( ) ) . Discuss the continuity of the function ( ) { at III. 4. Set-up the integrals representing the . 3.

(3 points) 1. Cylindrical Shells. ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 80 . The area of R using horizontal strips. ( ). (4 points) 3. respectively. find the value(s) of where the slope of the tangent line to curve is minimum. (4 points) using the method of: VII. (5 points) 3. (4 points) b. Jello is walking east away from an intersection at a speed of 1 feet per second while Chris is running south towards the intersection at some constant speed c. from the intersection. (3 points) 2. The perimeter of R. Solve the following problems completely. Use an appropriate approximation to estimate the value of 2. The volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the line a. At the instant when Jello and Chris are 30 and 40 feet away. Given ( ) . the distance between them is decreasing at a rate of 5 feet per second.1. Find the value of c. Washers.

b. (5 points each) 1. a. I. 2. Find the dimensions of the rectangle so that its area is as large as possible.4 centimeters? . if any. (5 points each) ( ) ( √( ) ) ) ( ) II. What is the rate of decrease of the volume of his tumor when its radius is 0. A piece of wire 80 centimeters long is bent to form a rectangle. Word Problems. Find 1. 2. ∫ 2. Given: ( ) Discuss the continuity of f at and √ 2. Find an expression for ( ) where s is in feet measured from the point where the brake was first applied ( ). (5 points) VI. Evaluate the definite integral: ∫ ( ) ( √ ( (√ ) ) ( ( ) ) √ ) . ∫ 3. How long will it take for the car to come to a stop? c. (4 points each) 1. Find the following antiderivatives. Identify each type of discontinuity. (5 points each) 1. A car driver travelling at a constant velocity of 90 feet per second along a straight road applies the brake such that the car has a constant negative acceleration of 15 feet per second squared. Show all solutions and box your final answer. Evaluate the following limits. ∫ √ V. No need to simplify.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: This exam is for two hours. How far will the car travel before stopping? 3. 3. Determine the interval/s on which the graph of is concave downward. Suppose that John’s tumor is spherical in shape and its radius is decreasing at the rate of centimeters per day. III. ( . 4. Use only black or blue pen. ( ) | | { . IV.

(3 points) ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 80 using the using the . and the x-axis. (3 points) 2. . The area of R using horizontal strips. (3 points) 3. The volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the line with equation method of Disks. The volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the line with equation method of Cylindrical Shells. Let R be the region bounded by the graphs of integral equal to .VII. in terms of x. (3 points) 4. The perimeter of the boundary of R. Set-up the definite 1.

. If continuous. II. ∫ . 2. (2 points) Determine the intervals when the function is increasing/decreasing. (4 points each) 1. 2. ∫ . (3 points each) . 5. (9 points) III. Let R be the shaded region bounded by the graphs of √ the definite integrals to find the following. (3 points) Find the coordinates of the relative extrema and inflection points of the graph of f.and . ∫ 2. 4. (4 points) V. Given ( ( ) (√ ) ) ( ) { Determine whether the function is continuous at the type of discontinuity. 3. (4 points each) 1. Find 1.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: This exam is for two hours only. 3. and ( ) ) ( )( ( )) IV. Evaluate the following integrals. (3 points) Determine the intervals when the graph of the function is concave up/down. ( ) . √ 3. identify 2. and . Set-up VI. I. Show all solutions. Find the x. Do not simplify. .and y-intercepts of the graph of f. . Evaluate the following limits. (5 points each) ( √ )( ( ( ) ( ( ) ) ( ( ) )) . . Use blue or black pen only. (4 points) Sketch the graph of f. and the x-axis. Given ( ) 1.

1. Find two negative real numbers whose sum is the biggest if their product is 8. a. generated by revolving the region about the line Shells. In addition. with Mark travelling toward the intersection of the two roads at 10 feet per second. Find its acceleration at the instant when the velocity was meters per second. (3 points) 2. If at the instant when Mark and Diane are 5 and 12 feet away from the intersection. (3 points) ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 80 . 3. the distance between them is decreasing at a rate of 2 feet per second. Use local linear approximation to estimate the value of √ . Mark and Diane are jogging at constant speeds along perpendicular roads. Perimeter of the region in terms of the variable x. 2. (3 points) 3. Volume of the solid. . the particle was found to be 45 meters to the right of the origin at seconds.1. (3 points) b. Area of the region using vertical rectangular strips. Solve the following problems systematically. Determine the function ( ) which describes the position of the function with respect to the origin at any time t. respectively. where t is in seconds and v is in meters per second. at what speed and in what direction is Diane jogging? ( 5 points) 4. using Cylindrical VII. A particle observed to be moving along the x-axis has its velocity described by ( ) .

Given and at .e ( ) 1. ( √ ) ( ) and the following table describes the sign of and on the indicated intervals/points: Interval ( ) d. Find the antiderivatives and evaluate the definite integral. (2 points) 3. Label the intercept points. ( √ ) 2. (2 points) 2. (5 points ( ( ) ) V. if any. I.MATHEMATICS 53: Elementary Analysis I FINAL EXAM Directions: This exam is for two hours only.e d. Find 1. Let R be the region bounded by the graphs of the definite integrals giving the .n. relative extremum points and points of inflection with their coordinates. ( ( ) ) 3. Set-up . Let f be the function defined by ( ( ) { . Evaluate the following limits. There is no need to simplify. Sketch the graph of the f. and as shown below. (6 points) III. (4 points each) 1. ( ) II. ∫ 2. Show all necessary solutions and box all final answers. and asymptotes with their equations. ∫ √ √ . Give the coordinates of all the relative extrema and points of inflection. Classify each discontinuity as either essential or ) Test for continuity at removable. if any. IV. (5 points each) ( ( ) ) 2. ∫ √ VI. emphasizing concavity. (4 points each) 1.n. Find the equation of the linear asymptotes of the graph of t. Write your answers in blue books using black or blue ink only.

Volume of the solid generated when R is revolved about the line with equation a. As a certain luxury car cruised along a straight road. 1. Area of R using vertical strips. at what rate is the distance between John and Matt changing? Indicate whether the distance is increasing or decreasing. (3 points) b. (2 points) 2. a. At . where and the positive direction is eastward. t exhibited a velocity function of ( ) meters per second. Solve the following problems completely. Find is minimized. (3 points) 3. (4 points) ---END OF EXAM--TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS: 70 . Perimeter of the boundary f=of R using integrals in the variable x. (3 points) VII. Determine the function ( ) which describes the position of the car with respect to the marker at each . (4 points) ( ) such that ( ) 3. with John walking towards the intersection of the roads and Matt walking away from it. During this instant. What is the car’s location at ? (2 points) b. At a certain instant. John and Matt are both walking at 5 feet per second on perpendicular roads. Using integrals in the variable y. John is located 60 feet away from the intersection. and 100 feet away from Matt.1. the car garnered an acceleration of 8 meters per second squared and was located 2 meters west of a certain marker on the road. The car started from rest. (4 points) 2. Using the method of Washers.

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