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Date:______________________ Calculus II: Sample Exam 1 (Sec. 7.1-7.7) Note: the following sample exam is double-length, so as to give you more problems to work with. 1. Evaluate the following integrals. a. β« ππ₯

b. β« ππ₯

c. β« ππ₯

d. β«

β ππ₯

e. β«

β ππ₯

f. β« ππ₯

g. β« π cosh π₯ ππ₯

h. β« cosh π₯ β sinh π₯ ππ₯

2. Evaluate the following limits. a. lim

b. lim

βπ₯ ln π₯

c. lim

(

β

)

d. lim

(π₯

)

3. a. If π π₯ = π₯ + π₯ + 1, find the slope of the line tangent to π π₯ at the point π₯ = 3 = π 1 .

b. If π π₯ = π₯ + 3π₯ + 1, find the slope of the line tangent to π π₯ at the point π₯ = 5 = π 1 .

4. Solve the following differential equations. (Implicit solutions, where you have an equation in π₯ and π¦ that is NOT solved for π¦, are okay.) a. = sin π₯ cos π¦

b.

= π

, π¦ 0 = 3

5. For a certain radioactive isotope, it takes 11,400 years for 75% of a sample to decay (it decays at a rate proportional to the mass of the sample). a. What is the half-life of this isotope?

b. How long will it take for 90% of a sample to decay?

6. A hot metal beam is placed in a room which has temperature 20 πΆ; assume that the room temperature does not change. After 10 minutes, the beam has cooled to 40 πΆ; after another 10 minutes, the beam has cooled to 30 πΆ. a. What was the metal beamβs temperature at the start?

b. How much longer (past the original 20 minutes) will it take for the beam to cool to 25 πΆ?

Extra credit: (CENSORED)

For all of these formulas, π must be a positive constant. β« β« β« 1 βπ β π₯ ππ₯ = sin π₯ ( ) + πΆ π π₯ ( ) + πΆ π π₯ | | + πΆ π π₯ ( ) + πΆ π π₯ > π

1 1 ππ₯ = ( ) tan π + π₯ π 1

1 ππ₯ = ( ) sec π π₯βπ₯ β π 1 βπ + π₯ ππ₯ = sinh

β« β«

1 βπ₯ β π ππ₯

= cosh π₯

( ) + πΆ π

1 tanh 1 π β« ππ₯ = { 1 π β π₯ coth π 1 β« ππ₯ = β sech π π₯βπ β π₯ β« 1 1 π₯

( ) + πΆ, π₯ < π π π₯ ( ) + πΆ, π₯ > π π π₯ ( ) + πΆ π π > π₯ > 0

1 ππ₯ = β csch π π₯βπ + π₯ π₯

| | + πΆ π