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ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION AND ASSESSMENT _________________________________________________________________________ (MTH1022) (MATHEMATICS 2) (APR 2013) _________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS 1. This assignment contains only THREE (3) questions that is set in the language of the printed module for the course. 2. Answer in English. 3. Your assignment should be typed using 11 point Arial font and 1.5 line spacing. 4. Do not copy the assignment question and instructions to your answer. 5. You must submit your assignment by HARD COPY. 7. Your assignment must be submitted between (submission period). Submission after (submission period) will NOT be accepted. 8. Your assignment should be prepared individually. You should not copy another person’s assignment. You should also not plagiarise another person’s work as your own. 9. You should use your previous data in your Group Assignment for this assignment. 10. Your report must be at least five (5) pages including cover consist of: a. Introduction [MO1] b. Calculations [MO2] c. Conclusion [MO3] d. References [MO1]
SUBMISSION DATE 31 May 2013 (Friday) / W8 before 5.00 p.m.
ASSIGNMENT QUESTION PURPOSE At the end of this assignment, students will be able to: 1. Give an example the rules of differentiation. 2. Solve derivatives by using the right rules of differentiation. 3. Identify the nature of critical points either maximum point, minimum point or inflection point.
1. 2. Discuss briefly about how differentiation can be used in industry. Attach a suitable photo. A cuboid has a height of cm and a square base side cm each. The volume of the cuboid is . 𝒉
𝑐𝑚 𝒙 𝑐𝑚
a. Show that the total surface area of the cuboid
b. Determine the value of that make the value of c. Hence, find the minimum value of
is given by a minimum.
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