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The intention of this assignment is to assess your understanding on Calculus of One Variable

Please submit the hard copy of the assignment to Dr. Loh (Room 3.09 PPKM) ON or BEFORE ON or BEFORE 5 October 2013 , 5.00 pm.

EUM113/3_SemI (2012/2013)

Assignment 1 1) The rate of growth of bacteria in a culture is found to be satisfying the equation

2) We have a cable that weighs 2 lbs/ft attached to a bucket filled with coal that weighs 800 lbs. The bucket is initially at the bottom of a 500 ft mine shaft. Answer each of the following about this. (a) Determine the amount of work required to lift the bucket to the midpoint of the shaft. (b) Determine the amount of work required to lift the bucket from the midpoint of the shaft to the top of the shaft. (c) Determine the amount of work required to lift the bucket all the way up the shaft.

= 0.5 where N is the number of bacteria and t is the time in days. If initially

3) (a) Verify the mean value theorem for integral and find all values of c in that interval. (i) (ii) () = , [1, ]

1

2

() = , [, ]

4) Determine all the numbers c which satisfy the conclusions of the Mean Value (a) () = 3 + 2 2 on [1,2] (b) () = + 1 on [0,3] Theorem for derivative for the following function.

5) Suppose that we know that () is continuous and differentiable on [6,15]. Lets also the largest possible value for (15)?

2 3+2

suppose that we know that (6) = 2 and that we know that () 10 . What is (a) lim2 2 6+8 (c) lim (b) lim1

2

7) Verify the theorem lim ()() = lim () lim () where all limits exist for the function given below: lim () = lim

2 2

5+1 +7+1 5 7

54 1

8) Determine the value of a that will make the function below continuous at = 0. 9) A function () is defined as () = 2 < 0 = 0 > 0

1sin

2

2 2

cos

2

10) If

() = 2 + 1

0 < 1 = 1 1 < 2

Show that the function () is continuous but not differentiable at = 1. (a) e (b) cos (c) ln(1 + ) (d) cosh

12) If () = ln find its Taylor series at = 1. Hence find ln 1.1 correct to six decimal 13) Find the Taylor series expansion about = 2 for the function () = sin .

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