You are on page 1of 4

Chapter 6 Test December 6, 2005 Name

H3x + 1L2
1. Evaluate ‡ dx
3x

i
j y z dx
4
‡ cot j z
x
k3{
2. Evaluate

2

y H−1L =
dy y 1
slope field for the differential equation. = ,
dx 2 2

−2 −1 1 2
−1

‡ 6 e dx
4. Evaluate x x
5. Solve the following differential equation Hand isolate yL by the technique of separation

= H2 x + 1L Hy + 1L, y H−1L = 1
dy
of variables :
dx

x "################
1
6. Evaluate ‡ 1 − x2 dx
2
0

y
csc H5 y2 L
7. Evaluate dy

‡ x Hln 3 xL dx
8. Evaluate 3
‡ Hln xL dx
9. Evaluate 2

‡ x e
10. Evaluate 5 x2 dx

11. The half − life of the radioactive isotope Calculisium is 8 days. That is, if we start out
y0
with y0 grams, 8 days later there will be grams left. If we start out with 60 grams,
2
how long will it take for our sample to decay to 5 grams?
12. Watch out ! As you have heard, the seagulls are back at Monta Vista. The number of seagulls
dP
at MV can be modeled by the logistic differential equation = 0.02 P − 0.0001 P2 and
dt

P HM − PL and
dP k
there were initially 10 seagulls, or P0 = 10. If =
dt M
M M − P0
P = , A = ,
1 + A e−k t P0
HaL Find a solution to this differential equation.
HbL Find how long it will take for the population of seagulls to reach 150 birds.

13. In the year 2040, the strange contraption that Mr. DeRuiter wears when teaching will be
offered up at auction and earn \$3000 Has a museum pieceL. Assuming that the contraption s
worth appreciates at a constant relative rate, and that it cost him \$200 to make in 2005,
how much will it be worth in the year 2095?

14. Use Euler s Method to numerically solve the initial value problem y = x − 2 y, y H0L = 1,
on the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ 3, starting at x0 = 0 and y0 = 1 with dx = 1.