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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

1. This is a closed book examination. Each student is allowed to bring two pieces of A4-size help sheets into the examination room. 2. This examination paper contains a total of ELEVEN (11) questions and comprises SIX (6) printed pages. 3. Answer ALL questions. The marks for each question are indicated at the beginning of the question.

4. Candidates may use calculators. However, they should lay out systematically the various steps in the calculations.

PAGE 2 Question 1. [13 marks] Let A(1, 1, 1), B (5, 4, 3) C (1, 2, 0) and D(7, 9, 3) be four points.

MA1104

(i) Let ax + by + cz = 1 be the equation of the plane containing the triangle ABC . Determine a, b, c. (ii) Compute the area of the triangle ABC . (iii) Find the distance from D to the plane in (i). (iv) Determine the point P on the plane in (i) which is nearest to the point D. Warning. A mistake in (i) will give wrong answers in (ii), (iii) and (iv).

Question 2. [12 marks] State clearly if each of the following limits exists: (i) x3 y 3 . (x,y )(0,0) x4 + 4y 6 lim

x2 cos(x) sin3 (y ) (ii) lim . (x,y )(0,0) x4 + 4 y 6 (iii) 23 27 |x| |y | where = and = . 4 6 (x,y )(0,0) x + 4y 10 10 lim

If the limit does not exist, give a proof. If the limit exists, compute its value.

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PAGE 3 Question 3. [7 marks] Given z = f (x, y ) satises xy 2 z + z 3 2x + 7 = 0. (i) Find the equation of the tangent plane at P (1, 2, 1). Express your answer in the form z = ax + by + c. (ii) Approximate f (1.021, 1.993). Express your answer to 3 decimal places.

MA1104

Question 4. [8 marks] Let f (x, y ) = (i) Does f (0, 0) exist? x If it exists, compute its value. If it does not exist, give a proof. |xy |.

(ii) Is f (x, y ) a dierentiable function at (0,0)? Justify your answer. Remark. A function f : R2 R is a dierentiable function at (0, 0) if the partial derivatives fx (0, 0) and fy (0, 0) exist, and there exist functions 1 (x, y ) and 2 (x, y ) such that f (x, y ) = f (0, 0) + xfx (0, 0) + yfy (0, 0) + x 1 (x, y ) + y 2 (x, y ) where

(x,y )(0,0)

lim

1 (x, y )

(x,y )(0,0)

lim

2 (x, y )

= 0.

Question 5. [10 marks] Find all the local maximum points, local minimum points and saddle points of the graph z = 16x3 108xy 3 + 81y 6 .

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PAGE 4 Question 6. [10 marks] Given two surfaces z = 6x + 8y and z = x2 + y 2 . (i) Let C be the curve which is the intersection of the two surfaces. Let r(t) = 8, 4, 80 + t a, b, c . be the equation of the tangent line of C at the point P (8, 4, 80). Determine a, b, c. (ii) Compute the volume of the solid bounded by the two surfaces.

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Question 7. [10 marks] Let D = {(x, y, z ) R3 : x 0, y 0, z 0, x + y + z 1} denote the tetrahedron. We consider the change of coordinates x = u uv, y = uv uvw, z = uvw. (i) Compute the Jacobian J (u, v, w). (ii) Let a, b, c be three non-negative integers. Using (i) or otherwise, compute the following triple integral in terms of a, b, c: xa y b z c dxdydz.

D

Hint: For (ii) you may assume that for a pair of positive integers m and n, the integral 1 m!n! tm (1 t)n dt = (m + n + 1)! 0 where m! = 1 2 3 m.

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PAGE 5 Question 8. [5 marks] Let D be a domain in the rst quadrant in the xy -plane. We suppose D has density 1. Let P ( x, y ) denote the center of mass of D. Let V be the solid region generated by rotating D about the y -axis. Let C denote the circle which is the path of P as D rotates about the y -axis. Prove the Theorem of Pappus: Volume(V ) = Length(C ) Area(D).

MA1104

Question 9. [10 marks] Let F(x, y, z ) = 3x2 y + 3 sin(yz ), x3 + 3xz cos(yz ), 3xy cos(yz ) be a vector eld on R3 . (i) Determine if F is a conservative eld. If it is a conservative eld, nd a potential function f (x, y, z ), i.e. f = F. If it is not a conservative eld, give a proof. (ii) Let C denote the directed segment r(t) = t(t +1), t3 , (1 t2 ) sin(t) for 0 t 2. Compute the line integral F dr.

C

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C1

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x2

xy x + 4y and Q = 2 . 2 + 4y x + 4y 2

given by r(t) = 2 cos t, sin t for 0 t 2 . (ii) Compute P dx + Qdy where C2 is the directed circle r(t) = 30 cos t, 30 sin t for 0 t 2 . (Hint: Do not compute directly.)

C2

Question 11. [10 marks] (i) Let F(x, y, z ) = x3 , y 3 , z 3 be a vector eld. Compute F dS where S is the unit sphere

S

S = {(x, y, z ) R3 : x2 + y 2 + z 2 = 1}. (ii) Let G(x, y, z ) = x2 , y 2 , z 2 be a vector eld. Compute G dS where S1 is the ellipsoid

S1

S1 =

(x, y, z ) R3 :

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