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Name

Period

FREE RESPONSE

pos

at any time t)0

measured in meters and t is measured

in siconds.

is given by

[0, 7].

5(r>

" la * tlr)

*?,

4e

"**,t*{#Lr

-j

"204)-3e$

2) Find the derivative of each function.

a) f(x)

= cos x

b) f(x) =51p x

St tl-;xt

c.bsK

f(x).

g) f(x)=xucost

Yt(-

q f@)= ,t"

sr

x" +4

rux) +

cn

x7+'l

s><(6-*

s) - sxfs x")

c

Cx?+ 1e

3t + 2,where s is

rif,

* 4i * 4*'k

when t = 4.

v0D "zu

5)

Find the derivative of the following function using the limiting process.

+

"f

I'*

'{n-

-;

"t-

*.hX 44r

Er

/ i,l'^.

,) x *)0

Ftt- xl

+4ox-3

*fu;ww;

sYJ

3x-+ kx

3--t*=*3

^l

v -2= -3 (x

+1) ,

-\+3-{ * *?

*-r**F-tf

JL

iity

JVl*e.

7) Find the slope of the tangent line to the graph of the function below at the given point.

f(x) = 6x

At

5, (-2,31

-r2 (*'no/T, )

c)o

D)

-2

E) 18

A)r(x)=

sx8 (el:f

D) f'(x) = 7xe

E)

rli

f'(x) = 9xB

A)f'(x)=

C)f'(x)=

x, + x

/fx?-?*r-

14x

B)f(x)=5x2-x+1

C)

f'(x) = L5x2

D)

E)

f'(x) = 15x2 +

-2x+

1

7x7

f (i

f'(x)=-+

^l

L

c) -f'(x) = ---'

x

E) None

4x

/'(x)= _? x'

ot

f'@)=-*

of these

A)-5

8)6

'*

{.o1

)x

B)

v(c)

c)0

Dl -72

El L2

d{'

b'q *; Pl? *'T d" s E-c)

1*

Bl-r2

A)-6

C)-4

D)-8

E) None

_ {*l

:eJ ru

4 *-fu

13) Find the derivative of theJunction:f(x)= 5x3 + 3 sin x

ofthese

'ry

'#*

# *.*s

?"-

/fxa+*3 ao s

A)f(x)=5x2-3cosx

B)

C)

f(x)

= 15x2 + 3 cos x

D)f(x)=

E) None

10x2 + 3 cos x

ofthe above

L4) Determine the point(s), if any, where the function has a horizontal tangent line.

Y=-2x2+8x-2

A) (2,

5)

D) (2,

3)

E) No

3)

=O

8 =A'r

x+2-

-4"x tsE

JV,

-r['f\

+ lU*Z

*'? e[L

g-t *

&t

ts)tt

A)

undefined

B)6x

c)

A)y /

L7)

lt

f (3):2

and

f'(3)

a*

E)6

,)#

Bh+

e/

-4,

,)#

A)y-3=-4(x-2) B)y+4=2(x-3)

i

a't

1-\

L}

"/

/ = f (*) at x :3 is

C)y-3=2(x+4)

V^r=-*+(o*r)

**{

Mr

f(6)

-2

A) -X

(6)

s(6)

-4

r *,f,,K\ t'[*\

+ l-q) ( 3)'

B) 10

-14

^?-)

!=zx'

-)x'atx=l.is

A)y-1=-4(x-3)

---"--'

B)y+3=-4(x-1)

cly-r-4sgfx--1)

o)y.+qIlry1

Yr3 =

-1(ra)

g'(6)

T

$r)

_z ( I ) -,t(3)

*'? *lL

FREE RESPONSE

1) A particle moves along a line so that its position at any time t)0

measured in meters and t is measured in seconds.

is given by

[0, 6].

62-

-)

=

v(J) = zu-L

-@z,

Z)

3)

(x) = .rt

r=

xdfti^4()

cos.tr

"f

f(x)=

r &sxls*u)

xs +2

a) f(x) = sin x

ds6V

b) f(x) = ge5 x

"*. -fff

4l

5) Find the derivative of the following function using the limiting process.

li n'r

A{*\a

b>{

r-4an'},Fa*

=

li q

l',rnbx--O :

e.Y20

6i)

*-'

+1("D tu

5) Anequationofthelinetangenttof(x)=-x,+ 4x2-6atx=2 is -? + 16 -6 =@

A)v-2=4(x+2)

7)

n)

:.

c)

-f'(x):

-+

xl

.f'(x)=-*

E) None

r,u=

function:

c)y+2=-11x+r)

4'

](x-2)

4

f (r) =

e)tr f,(x)

.

o)

x'u

- x'7

-f'(x)=-)

ofthese

A)f(x)=8x3-6x+5

B)f(x)=lx3-3x+5

C)f(x)= 7x

D)f(x)=8xa-6x2+5x

E)f(x)=8xa+5

3x2 + 5x

xX3 -G x +-S

Diy+2

=-4(x-2)

3x2-+iR

f:

A)f(x)=

F-l&j\d

LOxe

D)f'(x)= 9

lf h(x)

= f(x)g(x),

A)

then h'(4)

-7

{(*)

3'6*\ +- aCo\q'Q}

-z)dsi)

B) 11

t-E)('\

D)-2

^lD -3 1- -/3

11) lf the nth derivative of y is denoted as y(n) and

y = coSr, then

ct#

A)v

to y =

5x3

-3x2

,)#

*6>r

at x = 1 is

b =fl

6Pr=e(x-1)

ql-y--t-z(r-s)

AF

5*i@

A)f(x)=

1.0x2 +

4 cos x

l5--x

4 sin x

t*44pfx

C)

D) f'(x) = 5x2

E) None

4 cos x

ofthe above

4)-6

B)-

12

z.z]) * 2*,

4-4,:O

x2 on

c) -4

the interval

D)-8

12,

4l

is

E) None

ofthese

L5) Find the slope of the tangent line to the graph of the function below at the given point.

(r)

F).

2, (-3,31

A)8

Bl -24

El -26

D)-3

16)Aparticle'spositionisgivenbys=t3-5t2+gt.Whatisthevelocityattimet=3?

A)6

cl

B)-5

12

E)

-t2

3L\- l?-u *1

s(zY*l:{:-) + I

71*"sb

+1

17) Determine the point(s), if any, where the function has a horizontal tangent line.

Y=x2+2x+3

A) (-2,3)and

(-I,41

D)(-3,6)

E) No

--r"\

Qrta

fiu 2x vru"

X=-/

tB)

tt

B)3

A) 3x

ls) rf /(5) =2

and

f'(5) = -3,

effifes)

\t'

a=-7

>

D)1

C) undefined

BI+-{--2ffi)

-'2-

c)

y-2=

-3(x-s)

/ = f(")

at

x:5

is

D}+-S--A{*-=AI-

Name

Period

/:"f(*)

zl

tf

at x=5is

D)y-2=-3(x-5)

A)

B)

undefined

A)y-2

=4(x-21

B)y=

C)

4x2

1(x-2)

D)0

-6atx=

E) 3x

2 is

clv-2=4(x+21

D)y+2=

-]tr*rt

4) Find the slope of the tangent line to the graph of the function below at the given point.

f(x) = 5x

A)5

5' (-2' 3)

c)-2

B)o

to y

5x3

-3x2

D)18

at x = 1 is

A)y-1=2(x-9)

B)Y+1=2(x-9)

C)y+2=9(x-1)

D)Y-2=9(x-1)

El-Lz

E)y+2 =-4(x-21

- x' + x

A) f'(x) = 15x2 + L

C)f'(x)=5x2-x+L

D) f'(x) = 15x2

2x +

7)

function:

45

nl

f'@)=----x"

c)

f'(x) =-

E) None

4?

.,

f (i : Ix

sl

"f'(x)--x'

ol

f'(x): -;

ofthese

A) f'(x) = 15xz + 3 cos x

+ 3 cos x

B)

f'(x) =

C)

1Ox2

D) f'(x) = 15x2

E) None

3 cos x

ofthe above

9)Aparticle'spositionisgivenbys=t3-612+gt.Whatisthevelocityattimet=3?

Al-12

B)

L2

C)o

D)-6

E)6

f(4)

-2

lf h(x)

= f(x)g(x),

then h'(4)

A) -13

B)

((4\

c(4)

E'(41

-3

-2

cl

-7

D) 11

c)+

A)y B)+

' dx

dx'

Dt+

dx'

A)f'(x)=9

B)f(x)=3v10

C)f'(x)=Lgxe

13) Determine the point(s), if any, where the function has a horizontal tangent line'

Y=x2+2x+3

A) (-1,

2)

B) (-3,

6)

3)

E) No

A)

- 12

B)

-4

C)

x2 on

-8

the interval

D)

12,

-6

4l

is

E) None of these

FREE RESPONSE

tst

f(x)=tr'costr

3x

t6t^x)=*\2

6t+z)(3) Z9

xt r>)C

a) f(x)

b) f(x) = 6s5 x

= sin x

- gpf

C,rf

1g) A particle moves along a line so that its position at any time t20 is given by the function s(t)

measured in meters and t is measured in seconds.

a) Find the average velocity on the interval [0, 6]'

L]-3

b

Ib

v@) = Zt -2

uG) = 4 v"/so

19) Find the derivative of the following function using the limiting process'

f(*)=3x2 +4x

S avr,<

,.-s t { oa

rje're,' ,rr^

= 1z -2t + 3, where s is

b"t/*J

= x3 + 3x2 - 4 at x = -1 is

A)

f (x)=

gxs

B)

D)f'(x) = 7x7

f (x) = 3v8

C)f'(x) = gx7

E)f'(x) = 7xs

3) Find the slope of the tangent line to the graph of the function below at the given point.

f(x) = 3*

A)

-2'

(-3' 3)

8)-26

c)

D)

-24

E) -3

4)Aparticle'spositionisgivenbys=t3-6t2+gt.Whatisthevelocityattimet=3?

5)

n)

cl

C)-12

8)6

4)-6

function:

f'(x):-+

el

f (i

D)o

Ix-

f'@)=-*

f'@)=-+ o) f'(x)=-*

E) None

ofthese

6x2 + 5x

B)

f'(x) = 8xa + 5

C)

f'(x )=2x3 - 3x + 5

D) f'(x) = 8x3

E)f'(x) = 7x

6x + 5

3x2 + 5x

E)L2

Period

A)f(x)=

1Ox2 +

C)

f'(x) =

D)

(x) = 5xz

E) None

4 sin x

4 cos x

B)

4 cos x

-4

cos x

L5x2

ofthe above

A)v

B)

^. d'v

,)

dv

dty

^,

o)#

*,

-?

dx

to y -2x3

-5xt atx= 1 is

A)y+4=3(x-1)

B)Y-1=-4(x-3)

C)y-4=3(x+1)

D)Y+3=-4(x-1)

L0) Determine the point(s), if any, where the function has a horizontal tangent line.

y=-2x2+8x-2

11-)

A) (1,4)and (2, 3)

D) (2,6)

E) No

12)

tf

f (3) =2

B)

and f'(3)

A)y-2=-4(x-3)

2x-

x2 on

the interval

cl -12

-6

=-4,

c) (2, 3)

A)-8

6)

12,

D)-4

4\is

E) None

B)y-3

=2(x+41

C)y-3

=-4(x-2)

ofthese

= "f (r) at x = 3 is

D)y+4= 2(x-3)

t3l

tt

A)5

c)

B)o

D) undefined

E) 6x

(6)

(6)

-2

B)-2

A) -10

c)-14

e(5)

s'(6)

-4

D) 10

FREE RESPONSE

b) f(x) =5in x

a) f(x) = cos x

b5f

,--)vY

16) Find the derivative of the following function using the limiting process.

,ez- \)<rfllu

.t-

l3 S

17) A particle moves along a line so that its position at anytime t20 is given bythe function s(t1=

measured in meters and t is measured in seconds.

a) Find the average velocity on the interval [0, 7].

v(,r) --

JU) =

ln questions 18 and 19, find f'(x).

tsl Jlx)

5x

x'+4

'= (trjr'D

/r) -6-gGA

(x7 + +)-

1z

3t+2,

where s is

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