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1. Some rangers estimate that in their park the deer population p(t), in thousands, is governed dp by the logistic diﬀerential equation = 0.1p(1 − p) and that the current size of the dt population is 0.4, that is p(0) = 0.4. Using Euler’s Method with ∆t = 5, they predict that the deer population (in thousands) 10 years from now is: (a) 0.2400 (b) 0.5225 (c) 0.6448 (d) 0.4484 (e) 0.7664

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Describe the equilibrium solutions to the appropriate diﬀerential equation

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(a) There is an unstable equilibrium solution at y = 2 and a stable equilibrium solution at y = −1 (b) There is a stable equilibrium solution at y = 2 and an unstable equilibrium solution at y = −1 (c) There are two stable equilibrium solutions at y = 2 and at y = −1 (d) There are two unstable equilibrium solutions at y = 2 and at y = −1 (e) The equation has no equilibrium solutions

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3.5 1 0. Find the inﬁnite sum: ∞ k=1 3 4 (c) k 3 = + 4 3 4 2 + 3 4 3 + . 2 (a) y = y(y − 1) (b) y = y(1 − y) 1. 2 . its limiting value (in millions) as t goes on is: (a) 1 150 (b) 0 (c) +∞ (d) 150 (e) − ln 1 150 5. Find the 3rd degree Taylor polynomial of f (x) = e5x at a = 0. A population of a certain kind of animal is modeled by: dp p = − ln . Given the following direction ﬁeld...5 (c) y = t 1 y(1 − y) 0 (d) y = 1 − et(1−y) (e) y = y y−1 -0. (a) 1 + 5x + (b) (c) (d) (e) 25 2 125 3 x + x 2 6 1 + x + x2 + x3 1 1 1 + x + x2 + x3 2 6 1 1 1 + (x − 1) + (x − 1)2 + (x − 1)3 2 6 2 3 1 + 5x + 25x + 125x 6. ﬁnd the matching diﬀerential equation. dt 150 where p(t) is in millions. If the current size of the population is about 40 million. (a) 4 (b) 1 4 111 64 (d) 3 (e) The series is divergent.5 -1 0 1 2 3 4 4.

Suppose a patient is injected with a drug once a day. 3 .2. How much of the drug is remaining in the patient’s system after a very long time. assuming that measurements are being done just before each injection? (Hint: use geometric series.7. What is the probability that the sum of the top faces is ﬁve? (a) 1 12 (b) 6 11 (c) 1 4 (d) 6 (e) 1 9 10. Suppose E and F are events satisfying: P (E) = 0.2t . Assume the amount of a single injection remaining after t days is given by Q(t) = 50e−0.5 (b) 1 (c) 0. Find the Taylor series expansion of f (x) = ∞ 4 about x = 0.4 (e) cannot be determined P (E ∪ F ) = 0.2 50 1 − e0.2 1 − e−0. 1+x (a) k=0 ∞ 32 (−4)k k x = 1 − 4x + 8x2 − x3 + · · · k! 3 4xk = 4 + 4x + 4x2 + 4x3 + · · · (b) k=0 ∞ (c) k=0 ∞ 4(−1)k xk = 4 − 4x + 4x2 − 4x3 + · · · 1 1 (−1)k k x = −1 + x − x2 + x3 − · · · k! 2 6 (d) k=0 (e) None of the others 8.2 (d) 0.7.) 50 1 + e−0.2 50 e−0. Suppose you roll a pair of fair dice.2 (a) (b) (c) (d) 0 (e) None of the others 9. P (E ∩ F ) = 0.4. What is P (F )? (a) 0.

Use Euler’s method with n = 3 to approximate k(12). (b) Suppose y(t) is the solution to the initial value problem: y = 3t − y. draw their graphs in the ty-coordinate system provided below. y(0) = 5. y(0) = 1. y(0) = 3. Consider the diﬀerential equation: dy = y(4 − y) = 4y − y 2 .) y 6 5 4 3 2 1 t 0. Consider the Solow diﬀerential equation: √ dk = 0. 12. dt (a) Find the equilibrium solutions.Part II: Partial credit questions (10 points each) Show all of your work!!! 11. y(0) = 5.5 -1 -2 1 1. dt with initial condition: k(0) = 2. (a) Estimate the integral 0 ln(1 + x) dx by using the 2nd degree Taylor polynomial of f (x) = ln(1 + x) about a = 0. Estimate y(0.15k. (b) Use the graphical method to sketch the graph of the solution to the given initial value problem: y(0) = −1.2) by using its 2nd degree Taylor polynomial. and decide the stability of these solutions.3 k − 0. 4 . (Make sure to sketch the graph of the inﬂection line in the ty-coordinate system and show concavity clearly. In all cases provide explanations for the shape of the graph.5 2 1 13.25.

• the amount paid is increased by 4% every subsequent year. How much must you endow the fund with if your investment pays 10% annual interest.05 5 .14.5 0.25 0. s2 . s3 . s4 }. s4 is given below: outcome s1 probability 0. compounded continuously? 15. (a) Find P (E). s3 } and F = {s3 . You want to establish a perpetual fund that pays out a certain amount at the end of every year according to the following plan: • the fund pays $10. (d) Find P (E ∪ F ). (c) Find P (E ∩ F ). (b) Find P (F ). s2 s3 s4 0. The probability table of an experiment with outcomes s1 . 000 at the end of the ﬁrst year.2 Let E = {s2 .

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