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Work each problem in the space provided on the exam page. Full or partial credit will be given only if all work has been shown and the answers are clearly indicated. Each numbered problem is worth 10 points. 1. Classify each of the following statements as true (T) or false (F). _____ _____ a) By l’Hospital’s Rule, lim

x−2 −1

LH

x→2 x 2

= lim

1 1 = x→2 2x 4

y y = cos x

b) It is possible to take advantage of symmetry when finding the area of the region bounded by one arch of the curve y = cos x and the x-axis. c) If the shaded region in the figure is revolved about the line x = π then it is possible to take advantage of symmetry when finding the volume of the solid formed.

_____

x

Figure for parts b, c, and d.

_____

d) When using the shell method to find the volume of the solid described in part (c), the radius of each shell will be given by π − x . e) If f (x) is concave down on the interval (a,b) , then the trapezoidal approximation Tn is an underestimate for

_____

∫a f (x) dx .

b

2. Evaluate: lim

( ln x )3

x2

x→∞

SHOW ALL STEPS

whose base is bounded by the circle x 2 + y 2 = 1 and whose cross sections. are isosceles right triangles with the hypotenuse in the xy-plane.page 2 3. Evaluate: lim (1 + sin x)1 x SHOW ALL STEPS x→0 4. SHOW ALL STEPS. perpendicular to the x-axis. . Find the volume of the solid shown on the right.

] VOLUME = . set up but DO NOT EVALUATE an integral for finding the given quantity. two different integrals for finding the area of the region bounded by y = x and y = x 3 . This area 4 will be referred to as region R in problems 7 and 8. but DO NOT EVALUATE.page 3 5. [Use the shell method. The volume generated by revolving the region R about the line x = 8 . AREA = y 1 y= x y = x3 1 x The adjacent figure shows that the graphs of y = 3 x and y = 1 x enclose an area in the first quadrant. With respect to x. Set up. The volume generated by revolving region R about the x-axis. but DO NOT EVALUATE. AREA = –1 y 1 y = sin x x π 3 π y = sin 2x 6. the sum of two integrals for finding the area between y = sin x and y = sin 2x over the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ π .] VOLUME = 8. Set up. y y= 3x y= 1 x 4 x 7. AREA = With respect to y. For these problems. [Use the washer method.

FREE! . SHOW ALL STEPS. h r y x 2 + y2 = r 2 r−h r x Use the figure on the right to set up an integral for finding the volume of the cap.] 10. How fast will the punch be rising in the bowl when the depth is 6 in? [Hint: Use the volume formula given in part (a).page 4 9. a) The figure below on the left shows a spherical cap of height h cut from a sphere of radius r. 3 b) Suppose that Hawaiian Punch is being poured into a hemispherical bowl with a radius of 12 in at a rate of 54π in 3 sec . Evaluate the resulting integral to show that V = π h2 (3r − h) .

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