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Calculus I

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Preface

Here are a set of problems for my Calculus I notes. These problems do not have any solutions available on this site. These are intended mostly for instructors who might want a set of problems to assign for turning in. I try to put up both practice problems (with solutions available) and these problems at the same time so that both will be available to anyone who wishes to use them. As with the set of practice problems I write these as I get the time and some sections will have only a few problems at this point and others won’t have any problems in them yet. Rest assured that I’m always trying to get more problems written but this site has been written and maintained in my spare time and so I usually cannot devote as much time as I’d like to the site.

Derivatives

Introduction

Here are a set of problems for which no solutions are available. The main intent of these problems is to have a set of problems available for any instructors who are looking for some extra problems.

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Note that some sections will have more problems than others and some will have more or less of a variety of problems. Most sections should have a range of difficulty levels in the problems although this will vary from section to section. Here is a list of topics in this chapter that have problems written for them. The Definition of the Derivative Interpretation of the Derivative Differentiation Formulas Product and Quotient Rule Derivatives of Trig Functions Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithm Functions Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions Derivatives of Hyperbolic Functions Chain Rule Implicit Differentiation Related Rates Higher Order Derivatives Logarithmic Differentiation

**The Definition of the Derivative
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Use the definition of the derivative to find the derivative of the following functions. 1. g ( x ) = 10 2. T ( y ) = -8 3. f ( x ) = 5 x + 7 4. Q ( t ) = 1 - 12t

2 5. f ( z ) = z + 3 2 6. R ( w ) = w - 8w + 20 2 7. V ( t ) = 6t - t

8. Q ( t ) = 2t - 8t + 10

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V ( t ) = 14 + 3t 18.aspx .x 14. g ( x ) = 23.x 13.edu/terms. f ( x ) = x + x © 2007 Paul Dawkins 3 http://tutorial. f ( x ) = 5 x . f ( t ) = 2 t -3 x+2 1. Q ( t ) = t+2 16. f ( w ) = w + 8 17.math. g ( x ) = t2 15. g ( z ) = 1 + 10 z .x 11.5 x 19.x .7 z 3 10. Y ( t ) = 2t + 9t + 5 3 3 2 12. W ( t ) = x2 + 1 1 t 4 1. G ( x ) = 2 .lamar.Calculus I 2 9. Q ( t ) = 1 + 4t 20.x 22. Z ( x ) = 2 x . f ( x ) = 21.

aspx . (a) a = -5 (b) a = 1 2. 1.math. f ( x ) = x + 1 x Interpretations of the Derivative For problems 1 – 3 use the graph of the function.lamar. f ( x ) . estimate the value of f ¢ ( a ) for the given values of a.edu/terms.Calculus I 24. (a) a = -2 (b) a = 3 3. (a) a = -3 (b) a = 4 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 4 http://tutorial.

8. f ¢ ( -1) = 0 . f ( -1) = -9 . f ( 5) = 4 . f ( 4 ) = -1. f ( -7 ) = 5 . Use this to sketch the graph of the derivative.aspx .lamar. f ( 6) = 2 . is given. f ¢ (1) = 4 .Calculus I For problems 4 – 6 sketch the graph of a function that satisfies the given conditions. © 2007 Paul Dawkins 5 http://tutorial. f ¢ ( 2 ) = 3 . f ( x ) . f ¢ ( 6 ) = 3 6. f ¢ ( 4 ) = 1 5. 7.edu/terms. f ( 2 ) = -1. f ¢ ( -7 ) = -3 . 4. f (1) = 2 .math. f ¢ ( x ) . f ¢ ( 5) = -1 For problems 7 – 9 the graph of a function.

edu/terms.8t + 10 .x at x = 1 . (a) Determine the velocity of the object at any time t.lamar.aspx .Calculus I 9. (b) Is the object moving to the right or left at t = 1 ? (c) Is the object moving to the right or left at t = 4 ? (d) Does the object ever stop moving? If so. Answer the following questions about the function g ( z ) = 1 + 10 z . at what value(s) of z does the function stop changing? 3 11.math. 12. What is the equation of the tangent line to f ( x ) = 5 x .7 z . 2 10. The position of an object at any time t is given by s ( t ) = 2t 2 . (a) Is the function increasing or decreasing at z = 0 ? (b) Is the function increasing or decreasing at z = 2 ? (c) Does the function ever stop changing? If yes. at what time(s) does the object stop moving? © 2007 Paul Dawkins 6 http://tutorial.

x .8w + 20 ever stop changing? If yes. (b) Does the object ever stop moving? If so. at what times(s) does the volume stop changing? 19. at what value(s) of t does the function stop changing? © 2007 Paul Dawkins 7 http://tutorial. (a) Determine the velocity of the object at any time t. t+2 (a) Is the volume of water increasing or decreasing at t = 0 ? (b) Is the volume of water increasing or decreasing at t = 3 ? (c) Does the volume of water ever stop changing? If so. What is the equation of the tangent line to g ( x ) = 10 at x = 16 ? 20. The position of an object at any time t is given by Q ( t ) = 1 + 4t . Does the function R ( w ) = w .Calculus I 2 13. Suppose that the volume of water in a tank for t ³ 0 is given by Q ( t ) = t2 .edu/terms. at what value(s) of x does the function stop changing? 17. at what times(s) does the volume stop changing? 15. 2 (a) Is the volume of air increasing or decreasing at t = 2 ? (b) Is the volume of air increasing or decreasing at t = 5 ? (c) Does the volume of air ever stop changing? If yes.t .x .aspx . Answer the following questions about the function Z ( x ) = 2 x . (a) t = 0 (b) t = 5 (c) t = 100 18. Suppose that the volume of air in a balloon for 0 £ t £ 6 is given by V ( t ) = 6t . What is the equation of the tangent line to f ( x ) = 5 x + 7 at x = -4 ? 3 2 16.math. (a) Is the function increasing or decreasing at x = -1 ? (b) Is the function increasing or decreasing at x = 2 ? (c) Does the function ever stop changing? If yes. at what value(s) of w does the function stop changing? 14. at what time(s) does the object stop moving? 3 21.lamar. Determine if the function V ( t ) = 14 + 3t increasing or decreasing at the given points. Does the function Y ( t ) = 2t + 9t + 5 ever stop changing? If yes.

4 x + 2 x 10 5 3 2 2.t 3 9 3t 7t 1 1 + 6 5 x x2 13. f ( z ) = z . W ( x ) = x 3 - 14.z 3.9 x + 4 -4 4 4.9t 2 .3x 5.5 ) w2 + 1 © 2007 Paul Dawkins ( ) 8 http://tutorial. y = 2 1 + 3 .edu/terms.8 y + 9 y -7 -3 -2 4 7.Calculus I Differentiation Formulas For problems 1 – 20 find the derivative of the given function. g ( z ) = 4 1 1 + 52 z 7z 2z 12. 3 8 1.2 2 x 7 + x 4 10. g ( w ) = ( w . y = 8 x 4 .aspx .lamar. f ( x ) = 7 x 4 . g ( x ) = 8 . R ( t ) = 9t + 8t + 12 10 10 -6 -3 -1 6.10 x3 . h ( y ) = 6 y + 6 y5 + 7 9 y2 11.7 z + 2 z . z = 6 x -7 4 x +3 x 9 3 9.6t + 8t .math. g ( t ) = t + 2t . h ( y ) = 3 y . f ( x ) = 3 x + x .1 8.

8x + 2 x 2 18. © 2007 Paul Dawkins 9 http://tutorial.3t 23. f ( x ) = 2 x .9t + t . Y ( t ) = t 4 .9 x .edu/terms. u ( t ) = 45 + 300t + 20t .aspx . y = x 19. g ( x ) = 9 + 8 x + 3x . the function is not changing. h ( w) = 2w + 3w + 4w + 5 2 3 4 25.108 x + 14 2 3 4 22.4 x + 9 x . 3 2 21.1) 2 27.10 3 2 3 2 24.x + x 2 ( ) 4 .12 at x = -1 .Calculus I 15. G ( z ) = z 2 ( z . S ( w ) = For problems 21 – 26 determine where.9 x 3 ) 16. g ( t ) = (1 + 2 x ) 2 .2t 3 ( ) 2 17. Find the tangent line to g ( x ) = at x = 2 . Q ( t ) = t .x 26. 5 2 x2 +1 28.2t 2 + 7t t3 w2 ( 2 . Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = 3x . x 29.8 4 x at x = 16 . h ( x ) = x (1 .w ) + w5 3w 20. f ( t ) = 3 .math. Find the tangent line to h ( x ) = 2 x .lamar. if anywhere.

if anywhere. Determine the percentage of the interval [ -5.edu/terms. (a) Determine the velocity of the object at any time t. 4] on which f ( x ) = 7 + 10 x .150t + 45t .7 x . Determine where.x + x + 2 x increasing or decreasing more on the interval [ -1.1] ? 2 38.8 x is perpendicular to the 13x 1 + is parallel to the line 9 x y= x. Determine where. the tangent line to f ( x ) = 8 + 4 x + x .aspx . Determine where the function V ( t ) = t . 2 3 37.2 x is perpendicular to the line y = - 1 8 x+ . if anywhere. Determine where the function g ( w ) = w + 2w . Determine where. the tangent line to f ( x ) = 12 x .18 x . The position of an object at any time t is given by s ( t ) = 1 . Determine where. if anywhere.9 x + 3 is parallel to the line y = 1 . 3 2 34. 4 3 2 36. the tangent line to f ( x ) = line y = 2 x .lamar. if anywhere. 4 3 2 33. the tangent line to f ( x ) = x .44t + 108t + 20 .15w .2 x is 3 4 5 increasing. 2 3 39. 35. (b) Does the object ever stop changing? (c) When is the object moving to the right and when is the object moving to the left? 3 2 32. 41.2t .math. Determine where the function f ( x ) = 4 x . (a) Determine the velocity of the object at any time t. Is h ( z ) = 3 . © 2007 Paul Dawkins 10 http://tutorial. (b) Does the object ever stop changing? (c) When is the object moving to the right and when is the object moving to the left? 3 4 5 31.11 . Determine the percentage of the interval [ -6.336 x + 27 is increasing and decreasing.144 x is decreasing. 4 3 3 40.50 is increasing and decreasing.Calculus I 4 3 2 30. 2] on which f ( x ) = 3 x .24t + 192t .8 x . The position of an object at any time t is given by s ( t ) = 3t .5 x .9 is increasing and decreasing.

g ( x ) = x 1 + x2 3 4 y . g ¢ ( -3) = 7 .x 3 ( )( ) 4. Z ( y ) = 6. 8.10t + t 2 5t + 2t 3 7. ( f g )¢ ( -3) æ h ö¢ 9.aspx .edu/terms. h ( z ) = 2 .z ( ) (3 + 8 3 z2 ) 2. g ( -3) = -4 .lamar.4w )( 2 + w ) 3 + 9w For problems 8 – 12 use the fact that f ( -3) = 12 .5 x + 1 12 + 2 x . ç ÷ ( -3) ègø © 2007 Paul Dawkins 11 http://tutorial.Calculus I Product and Quotient Rule For problems 1 – 7 use the Product Rule or the Quotient Rule to find the derivative of the given function. f ( w ) = (1 . h ( -3) = -2 and h¢ ( -3) = 5 determine the value of the indicated derivative. f ( x ) = ç x - æ è 2ö 3 ÷ (7 . y = x 2 .2x ) xø 3.y2 5.y 6. 1. f ¢ ( -3) = 9 . V ( t ) = 1 .math.

Find the equation of the tangent line to f ( x ) = ( )( ) 4 .math. 1.x 18. x + 2 x2 15.x ) 1 . x =-3 13. lim sin ( 9 w ) w® 0 10 w 12 http://tutorial. If y = é ë x .x 2 1 + x + x 2 at x = -2 .g ( x) h ( x) dy determine x + f ( x) dx . Using the Product Rule for two functions prove the Product Rule for three functions. 1. Determine where g ( z ) = 2. Determine where h ( t ) = ( ) 7t . 17. (f g h )¢ = f ¢ g h + f g ¢ h + f g h¢ Derivatives of Trig Functions For problems 1 – 6 evaluate the given limit.edu/terms. 14. 12. If y = 1.z is increasing and decreasing.x3 at x = 1 . ç æ f g ö¢ ÷ ( -3) è h ø 11.lamar. 12 + z 2 16.t 2 is increasing and decreasing. Determine where R ( x ) = ( 3 .2 x + x 2 is increasing and decreasing. 1 + 2t 2 1+ x is increasing and decreasing.aspx © 2007 Paul Dawkins . lim 3t t ® 0 sin ( t ) 2.f ( x )ù û h ( x ) determine dx dy x =-3 . Find the equation of the tangent line to f ( x ) = 8 . Determine where f ( x ) = 19.Calculus I 10.

Calculus I 3. g ( t ) = 8sec ( t ) + cos ( t ) . lim sin ( x + 4 ) x ® 0 3 x + 12 5.8cos ( w ) + 9 9.edu/terms. lim cos ( x ) . f ( x ) = 8sec ( x ) csc ( x ) 9 10. h ( t ) = 8 .4 csc ( t ) 8. 4 6. h ( x ) = x . y = 6 cot ( w ) .1 z®0 2z 6.lamar.aspx .t tan ( t ) 11. Y ( x ) = 1 + cos ( x ) 1 .1 x® 0 9x cos ( 8 z ) . f ( w ) = 3w - sec ( w ) 1 + 9 tan ( w ) © 2007 Paul Dawkins 13 http://tutorial.9sin ( x ) + 2 tan ( x ) 7.sin ( x ) 14. h ( z ) = 3 z - cos ( z ) z3 13. lim sin ( 2q ) q ® 0 sin (17q ) 4. lim For problems 6 – 10 differentiate the given function.math. R ( x ) = 6 x 2 + 8 x sin ( x ) 5 12.

19.5] is the function R ( w ) = 7 cos ( w ) .sin ( x ) .10] is the function h ( t ) = 9 + 15sin ( t ) is increasing and decreasing.math.csc ( x ) cot ( x ) . Where in the range [ 0. 22. dx d ( csc ( x ) ) = . Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = x sec ( x ) at x = 2p . 17. Prove that © 2007 Paul Dawkins 14 http://tutorial.sin ( w ) + 3 is increasing and decreasing. Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = cos ( x ) + sec ( x ) at x = p .Calculus I 15. 20.12] the object is moving to the right and moving to the left. dx 26. 24. The position of an object is given by s ( t ) = 8t + 10sin ( t ) determine where in the interval [0. The position of an object is given by s ( t ) = 9sin ( t ) + 2 cos ( t ) .8cos ( z ) is increasing and decreasing. Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = 2 tan ( x ) . Prove that 27.4 x at x = 0 . Where in the range [ -3.edu/terms. Where in the range [ -6. Prove that d ( sec ( x ) ) = sec ( x ) tan ( x ) . dx d ( cot ( x ) ) = .aspx . g ( t ) = t cot ( t ) t2 +1 16.7 determine all the points where the object is not changing. Using the definition of the derivative prove that d ( cos ( x ) ) = . 21.csc2 ( x ) . 23.lamar. 6] is the function f ( z ) = 3z . 18. dx 25.

f ( x ) = 9 log 4 ( x ) + 12 log11 ( x ) t t 3.edu/terms. Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = 3e + 8ln ( x ) at x = 2 .6t + 3 e ( ) 6. © 2007 Paul Dawkins 15 http://tutorial.Calculus I Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithm Functions For problems 1 – 12 differentiate the given function.9 z z 2. Q ( t ) = t . 2 x 15. Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = (1 . R ( x ) = 20 ln ( x ) + log123 ( x ) 2 t 5. V ( t ) = x 13.8 x ) e at x = -1 .math.z 6 ln ( z ) 8. g ( z ) = 10 . Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = 3x ln ( x ) at x = 1 . h ( x ) = log3 ( x ) log ( x ) 9. f ( w ) = 1 . g ( r ) = 12. 1.lamar. h ( t ) = 6 .aspx . U ( z ) = log 4 ( z ) .4e 4. y = v + 8v 9v 7.ew 1 + 7e w 1 + 4 ln ( t ) 5t 3 r 2 + log 7 ( r ) 7r t 4e t ln ( t ) 10. f ( t ) = 11. 14.

lamar.3e y is increasing or decreasing at the following points.cos ( t ) 3. A ( t ) = 1 . y = x .math. C ( t ) = 5sin ( t ) . h ( t ) = sec ( t ) .w 2 sin -1 ( w ) 6.Calculus I 16. Q ( z ) = ( ) ( )( ) z +1 tan -1 ( z ) 1 + sin -1 ( t ) 8. (a) x = -1 (b) x = 0 (c) x = 2 Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions For each of the following problems differentiate the given function. g ( z ) = tan -1 ( z ) + 4 cos-1 ( z ) -1 3 -1 4. 1.cot -1 ( x ) 1 + csc -1 ( x ) 7. Determine if h ( x ) = x e is increasing or decreasing at the following points. f ( w ) = w . Determine if y ( z ) = (a) z = (b) y = 0 (c) y = 3 z2 is increasing or decreasing at the following points. f ( x ) = sin ( x ) + 9sin -1 ( x) -1 -1 2. ln ( z ) (b) z = 2 (c) z = 6 1 2 2 x 18.aspx . Determine if U ( y ) = 4 y .cos -1 ( t ) © 2007 Paul Dawkins 16 http://tutorial.t cos ( t ) 5. (a) y = -2 17.edu/terms.

H ( w ) = ( ) -2 2 ( 6 .edu/terms.t 3 4. h ( t ) = 9 + 2t . f ( z ) = sech ( z ) + 1 1.lamar.8 x ) 7 2. R ( v ) = 14v 2 . f ( x ) = e cosh ( x ) 6. g ( x ) = ( 3 .math. Q ( w ) = Chain Rule For problems 1 – 46 differentiate the given function. 1.z coth ( w ) w + sinh ( w ) 7. 1.5w ) 8 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 17 http://tutorial.aspx . H ( t ) = 3csch ( t ) + 7sinh ( t ) 4.3v 6. y = ( ) 6 w3 + 8 w 2 5. h ( w ) = w .Calculus I Derivatives of Hyperbolic Functions For each of the following problems differentiate the given function. g ( x ) = cos ( x ) + cosh ( x ) 3. A ( r ) = tan ( r ) tanh ( r ) x 5.3sinh ( w ) 2 2. g ( z ) = 9 z 3 11 3.

4sec ( z ) © 2007 Paul Dawkins 18 http://tutorial. z = 3x 2 cos ( x ) -9 x 17. y = cot 1 + cot ( x ) 12.w 19. R ( z ) = ln 6 z + e z ( ) ) 18.sin ( t ) 23.w5 + w3 . f ( t ) = e1-t 2 ( 13.u ( ( ) ) 11.aspx .math.6 1 . f ( v ) = tan -1 ( ( ) ( 3 .lamar. g ( z ) = cos sin ( z ) + z 2 10. h ( t ) = sin ( 9t ) 22. f ( x ) = sin 4 x + 7 x 4 8. A ( t ) = cos ( t ) . g ( t ) = ln 1 . h ( u ) = sec u 2 . f ( z ) = e 6 z + ln ( z ) 15.csc ( t ) 20. J ( z ) = e12 z . H ( z ) = ln ( 6 z ) .z 14.edu/terms. T ( x ) = tan 1 . h ( w ) = ln w7 . B ( x ) = 7 16.2e x ( ( ) ) ) 9.Calculus I 7.2v ) -1 21.

3x ) 5 4 30. g ( t ) = csc (1 . T ( x ) = 2 x 3 .x 4 ln (10 x + 3) 33.Calculus I 24. h ( v ) = 5v + ln v 4 e 6 +9 v ( ) 35.5x + 1 + (9x + 4) -7 29.6e .lamar. f ( u ) = e 4u .1 ( ) ( 5 . w = z 2 + 4 z sin (1 . h ( x ) = 3 ( ) 5 x2 . f ( x ) = 6 . g ( x ) ( 4 x + 1) = (x 2 .t ) 1 + e-t sin 2 ( z ) 38.1 + 2 + 9 w 28. f ( x ) = tan 4 ( x ) + tan x 4 25. k ( w ) = w4 .x) 37.u + 7eu ( ) 2 -8u 26.aspx © 2007 Paul Dawkins .math.2 z ) 8 4 31. V ( z ) = 1 + cos ( z 2 ) 19 http://tutorial. Y ( t ) = t cos ( t ) ( ) 32.edu/terms. f ( x ) = ex 2 +8 x x4 + 7 3 6 36. A ( z ) = sec ( 4 z ) tan z 2 ( ) 34. g ( z ) = sec8 ( z ) + sec z 8 ( ) 27.

f ( x ) = ev 7 + 2v x2 + 1+ 4x 44. A ( y ) = ln 7 y 3 + sin 2 ( y ) 6 47. u = 6 + cos ( 8w ) ( ) 5 45. 53. g ( v ) = 43.8ln x 2 .edu/terms. B ( r ) = e ( ) . Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = e 2 x + 4 .lamar.4 x 2 ( ) 5 at x = 0 . g ( x ) = csc ( 8 x ) ( ) 48.math.w2 + ln ( 6w + 5 ) 49.sin er ( ( )) 8 51.3 at x = -2 . ( ) © 2007 Paul Dawkins 20 http://tutorial. V ( w) = 4 cos 9 . f ( z ) = cos 2 1 + cos 2 ( z ) ( ) 52. U ( w ) = ln e w cos ( w ) ( ) 40. z = ln ç æ 3+ x ö 2 ÷ è 2.t 2 ln ( t ) (( ) ) 41. h ( t ) = sin t 3e -6t ( ) ( ) sin r 50.aspx .z 2 + e5 z ( 2 +z ) -4 46.x ø 42. h ( z ) = 7 z . h ( t ) = tan 5 .Calculus I 39. Find the tangent line to f ( x ) = 2 .

(b) Where the function is increasing and decreasing.ln ( 2 + 9 x . What percentage of [ -3. For the function f ( x ) = 1 - ( ) x .lamar. Determine where U ( w ) = 3cos ç [ -10. The position of an object is given by s ( t ) = ln 2t 3 . If the position of an object is given by s ( t ) = 4sin ( 3t ) . æwö ÷ + w . 1. Determine where H ( w ) = w . 4 55. x 2 y 9 = 2 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 21 http://tutorial.Calculus I 3 54.aspx .3] ? 56. 59.3 is increasing and decreasing in the interval [ -3. (a) Find y¢ by solving the equation for y and differentiating directly.5] is the function g ( z ) = e z -8 + 3e1-2 z 2 2 decreasing? 61.edu/terms.x) 5 increasing or decreasing more in the interval [ -2.x 2 ) determine each of the following. 2 (a) The interval on which the function is defined. Determine where A ( t ) = t ( 9 . 4] .21t 2 + 36t + 200 .math.10 + 7 .7 cos ( 3x ) .w is increasing and decreasing. (c) Check that the derivatives in (a) and (b) are the same. Determine where.3 is increasing and decreasing in the interval è2ø 57. 58. the object is not moving in the interval [ 0.1 e 2 ( ) 60.t ) is increasing and decreasing. During the first 10 hours of motion (assuming the motion starts at t = 0 ) what percentage of the time is the object moving to the right? 62. if anywhere.10] . 2 2. Is h ( x ) = ( 2 x + 1) 4 (2 . Determine where f ( x ) = 6sin ( 2 x ) . Implicit Differentiation For problems 1 – 6 do each of the following. 2] . (b) Find y¢ by implicit differentiation.

8 xy + 2 x 4 y -3 = x3 3 16. e cos ( y ) + sin ( xy ) = 9 18.Calculus I 2.12 x 3 = 8 y 8.lamar. 1 = x 4 + 5 y 3 4.edu/terms. y -3 + 4 x -1 = 8 y -1 10. y 2 4 .y -6 = 7 y 3 + 4 x -3 11. ln ( x y ) = x For problems 7 – 21 find y¢ by implicit differentiation. y 2 . 8 x . sin ( x ) + cos ( y ) = e 12.x3 y 2 + 4 x = 0 15. 6x =4 y7 3. 10 x 4 . 6 x -2 . x 2 + x 3 + 2 y = y 2 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 22 http://tutorial.aspx .cos ( x ) sin ( y ) = 7 x 4y ( ) x 17.y 2 = 3 5. 3 y 7 + x10 = y -2 . x + ln ( y ) = sec ( y ) 13. 4 x .math.6 y 2 = xy 2 6. yx .6 x3 + 2 9.x 2 = y 7 + 9 x 14. 7.

lamar. 28. sin ç æxö 3 4 ÷+ x = 2.y y è ø For problems 22 . tan ( 3 x + 7 y ) = 6 . 2sin ( x ) cos ( y ) = 1 at ç æp ö .0÷ è6 ø For problems 25 – 27 determine if the function is increasing. z 7 e6 y = y 2 . cos z 2 x3 + ( ) 10 + z -4 ( ) y2 + x2 = 0 23 http://tutorial.Calculus I -1 19.y 2 29. 25. e x 2 +y2 = ex 2 y2 +1 21. -1) 26.math. x 2 y = y 2 .edu/terms.aspx © 2007 Paul Dawkins .y 3 = 4 y + 9 at ( 2. sin (p . decreasing or not changing at the given point. 22.31 assume that x = x ( t ) . 6 ) 24. 0 ) 2 2 27.xe y = x 3 + y at (1.8 x 31.1÷ è2 ø For problems 28 .24 find the equation of the tangent line at the given point. x 2 .4 x 20. y = y ( t ) and z = z ( t ) and differentiate the given equation with respect to t.3) 23. x 4 .x ) + y cos ( x ) = y at ç æp ö . 3 x + y 2 = x + 1 at ( -4. x y 4 = y 2 z 3 30.6 x at ( 2. e1.6 z = 3 .

y = 3 . A cylindrical tank of radius 2. y and z are all functions of t. 6. Given x = -2 . z = 2 .3 z 4. y = 8 . A hot air balloon is attached to a spool of rope that is 125 feet away from the balloon when it is on the ground.5 feet is being drained of water at a rate of 0.7 2.Calculus I Related Rates 1. In the following assume that x. Given x = p 6 . The sides of an equilateral triangle are decreasing at a rate of 3 in/hr.16 ) . At what rate is air being pumped in the balloon when the radius is 2 meters? 8. z = 4 .25 ft3/sec.8 y 5. x¢ = -4 and y ¢ = 7 determine z ¢ for the following equation. x y 2 z 2 = x3 . Given x = 3 . © 2007 Paul Dawkins 24 http://tutorial. y¢ = 6 and z ¢ = 0 determine x¢ for the following equation.z 4 . How fast is the area enclosed by the triangle decreasing when the sides are 2 feet long? 7. x 2 ( y 2 . Given x = -1 . In the following assume that x and y are both functions of t.aspx . y = -4 and x¢ = 12 determine x¢ for the following equation.y 4 = x 2 y . How fast is the area enclosed by the square increasing when the area is 150 cm2. How fast is the height of the water decreasing? 9.math. In the following assume that x. y and z are all functions of t. x4 + y = 2 x2 z 2 .lamar. y = 2 and y¢ = 7 determine x¢ for the following equation. x3 . In the following assume that x and y are both functions of t. How fast is the hot air balloon rising 20 seconds after is lifts off? See the (probably bad) sketch below to help visualize the problem. The sides of a square are increasing at a rate of 10 cm/sec.6 cos ( 2 x ) = 1 + y 3. A spherical balloon is being filled in such a way that the surface area is increasing at a rate of 20 cm2/sec when the radius is 2 meters. The hot air balloon rises straight up in such a way that the length of rope increases at a rate of 15 ft/sec.edu/terms.

For parts (a). At what rate is the distance between the rock and the second person increasing just as the rock hits the ground? 11. (b) 20 hours of travel and (c) 40 hours of travel? 13. 12.Calculus I 10. (b) when the car is directly in front of the person and (c) 10 seconds after the car has passed the person. See the (probably bad) sketch below to help visualize the problem. A person is 8 meters away from a road and there is a car that is initially 800 meters away approaching the person at a speed of 45 m/sec. Two cars are initially 1200 miles apart. At what rate is the distance between the two cars changing after (a) 2 hours of travel. A rock is dropped straight off a bridge that is 50 meters above the ground. 14. Repeat problem 12 above except for this problem assume that Car A starts traveling 4 hours after Car B starts traveling.lamar. (b) and (c) assume that these are travel times for Car B. Person A is on the northeast corner and Person B is on the southwest corner. At what rate is the distance between the person and the car changing (a) 5 seconds after the start. At the same time Car A starts driving at 35 mph to the east while Car B starts driving at 55 mph to the north (see sketch below for this initial setup). Four seconds later Person B starts walking © 2007 Paul Dawkins 25 http://tutorial. Person A starts walking towards the southeast corner at a rate of 3 ft/sec.math. Two people are on a city block. Another person is 7 meters away on the same bridge.aspx .edu/terms. See the sketch below for placement and distances.

edu/terms.aspx . Is the distance between the person and the rocket increasing or decreasing (a) 5 seconds after launch and (b) 10 seconds after launch? 17. After moving for 8 seconds at what rate is the tip of the shadow moving (a) away from the person and (b) away from the pole? 20. Water is being pumped into the tank at a rate of 2 m3/min. Assume that the two equal length sides of the triangle are the sides of the water tank and the other side of the triangle is the top of the tank and is parallel to the ground.Calculus I towards the southeast corner at a rate of 2 ft/sec.math. A light is on the top of a 15 foot tall pole. A light is fixed on a wall 10 meters above the floor. A 6 foot tall person is on the ground and 8 feet away from the light. A 5 foot tall person moves away from the pole at a rate of 2. The kite starts to rise straight up in the air at a rate of 2 m/sec and at the same time the person starts to move towards the kites launch point at a rate of 0. Is the length string increasing or decreasing after (a) 4 seconds and (b) 20 seconds.5 meters. When the © 2007 Paul Dawkins 26 http://tutorial. A trough of water is 20 meters long and its ends are in the shape of an isosceles triangle whose width is 7 meters and height is 10 meters. A light is suspended above the ground and is being lowered towards the ground at a rate of 9 in/sec. The base radius of the tank is 1 meter and the height of the tank is 2. A person lights the fuse on a model rocket and starts to move away from the rocket at a rate of 3 ft/sec. When the pole is 6 meters tall at what rate is the tip of the shadow moving (a) away from the pole and (b) away from the wall? 19.lamar.75 m/sec. At what rate is the persons shadow increasing then the light is 15 feet above the ground? 18. Twelve meters away from the wall a pole is being raised straight up at a rate of 45 cm/sec. When the depth of the water is 1. 16.5 ft/sec. Five seconds after lighting the fuse the rocket launches straight up into the air at a rate of 10 ft/sec. A tank of water is in the shape of a cone and is leaking water at a rate of 35 cm3/sec.25 meters at what rate is the (a) depth changing and (b) the radius of the top of the water changing? 21. At what rate is the distance between them changing (a) 3 seconds after Person A starts walking and (b) after Person A has covered half the distance? 15. A person is standing 75 meters away from a kite and has a spool of string attached to the kite.

A trough of water is 9 feet long and its ends are in the shape of an equilateral triangle whose sides are 1. (a) At what rate is the angle of elevation changing as Person B watches the rock fall when the rock is 25 feet above Person B? (b) At what rate is the angle of depression changing as Person B watches the rock fall when the rock is 65 feet below Person B? 24. y = 6t 4 . 1. A person is standing 15 meters away from a building and watching an outside elevator move down the face of the building.3 8 6 4 2 2. The angle of elevation is the angle formed by a horizontal line and a line joining the observer’s eye to an object above the horizontal line. Assume that the top of the tank is parallel to the ground. At this point in time what is the speed of the elevator? 25. If water is being pumped out of the tank at what rate is the depth of the water changing when the depth is 0.math.aspx .edu/terms. Person A is 100 feet above Person B and drops a rock off the roof of their building and it falls at a rate of 3 ft/sec.7 z + 20 z .75 ft/sec. The angle of elevation (depression) is the angle formed by a horizontal line and a line joining the observer’s eye to an object above (below) the horizontal line.t © 2007 Paul Dawkins 27 http://tutorial. When the angle of elevation is 1 radians it is changing at a rate of 0.15 radians/sec.Calculus I water is 6 meters deep at what rate is (a) depth changing and (b) the width of the top of the water changing? 22. f ( z ) = z + 2 z . Assuming that the elevator started moving from the ground at the same time that the person started walking is the angle of elevation increasing or decreasing after 10 seconds? Higher Order Derivatives For problems 1 – 9 determine the fourth derivative of the given function.3t + 2 -2 -3 -4 3.5 feet long. The angle of elevation is the angle formed by a horizontal line and a line joining the observer’s eye to an object above the horizontal line. V ( t ) = 6t + 7t . A person is 24 feet away from a building and watching an outside elevator move up the face of the building. The elevator is moving up at a rate of 4 ft/sec and the person is moving towards the building at a rate of 0.lamar.75 feet? 23. Two people are on the roof of buildings separated by at 25 foot wide road.5t 3 + 4t 2 .

z = csc ( 8w ) 4u 14.sin ( 4 z ) + 7 cos ( 23z ) 8. h ( y ) = x9 3 y2 - 4 32 1 + y 3 y5 7. Q ( w ) = cos 2 . 10. f ( z ) = sin 1 + e 2 x 12. h ( x ) = 8 x .math. f ( x ) = é ë3sin ( x ) + 8cos ( 2 x ) ù û © 2007 Paul Dawkins 28 http://tutorial. f ( u ) = e 2 9u + ( ) ( ) ( ) 15.3 x ( ) ) 16.3+ 5 x 4x 2x 4 5.3 x + 5 6. g ( x ) = 3 1 3 .7 w2 11.Calculus I 4. h ( x ) = ln x 2 .lamar. y = tan ( 3 x ) 13. g ( z ) = ln 3 + cos ( z ) 17. f ( t ) = ln t 6 .3e1+8 x + 9 ln ( 6 x ) 9.aspx . y = 9sin ( z ) .edu/terms.x . R ( x ) = 2e . f ( x ) = ( 1 6x + x4 -3 18.cos ( 4t ) + 9 sin ( 2t ) + e 7 t For problems 10 – 20 determine the second derivative of the given function.

1. 24.Calculus I 3 19. y 3 . e y + 4 x = y 3 .math.2 y 2 26. f ( t ) = sin ( 2t ) 4 20. 21. g ( x ) = sec ( 3x ) 1. A ( w ) = tan ( w) For problems 21 – 23 determine the third derivative of the given function. y = e 3 23.w2 ( ) For problems 24 .edu/terms. h ( z ) = ( 2 + 3z + 4 z ) (1 + 7 z ) 2 3 2 4 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 29 http://tutorial. h ( w ) = cos w .4 x 2 = 11x .27 determine the second derivative of the given function.aspx . f ( w) = 4 + 2w .2t 22. h ( x ) = x8 cos ( 3 x ) 6 + 3 x 2 2. y cos ( x ) = 3 + 4 y Logarithmic Differentiation For problems 1 – 6 use logarithmic differentiation to find the first derivative of the given function.9w2 5 ( ) 4 7 w + 2w3 + w5 3.y 2 = 3 x 4 + 9 x 25. 6 y .1 2 27.lamar.

w 6t ( ) 2 + 8 w+ w 3 9.3t ) 5. g ( x ) = 2 x .math.tan ( x ) 10 1 + sin ( 2 x ) ( 9 . R ( t ) = é ësin ( 4t ) ù û 2 8. h ( w ) = 6 . ln x 6. h ( t ) = 2 t sin ( 7t ) 6.x ) 2 7 For problems 6 – 9 find the first derivative of the given function.lamar.z 2 © 2007 Paul Dawkins 30 http://tutorial. y = (1 + 2 x ) ( 5 x + x ) 2 4 3 + 8x cos (1 . g ( z ) = z 2 [ 3 + z ] 1.Calculus I 4. y = x ( ) 7.edu/terms.aspx .

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