= for 0 36 t .
After how many days is the percentage of infected people a maximum?
[3 marks] Answer for D:
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NAME: ________________________ STUDENT NUMBER: ___________________
PART I (continued): For each question, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate space provided. In all
cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded.
[30 marks, with NO part marks for incorrect final answers or answers with NO work shown.]
E. Given the function
3
3
1
( )
x
f x
x
= ,
i) Find the open interval(s) where the graph of
3
3
1
( )
x
f x
x
=
+
,
Find the equation of all the vertical asymptotes. Indicate if the given function has no vertical asymptotes.
[3 marks] Answer for F:
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The graph is concave upward in the interval
Point of inflection: Yes / No (circle one)
If yes, at what value of x?
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PART I (continued): For each question, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate space provided. In all
cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded.
[30 marks, with NO part marks for incorrect final answers or answers with NO work shown.]
G. Evaluate
3
1
6
dx
x
.
[3 marks] Answer for G:
3
1
6
dx
x
=
H. Evaluate
2
2
3
x x dx
 
+

\
.
[3 marks] Answer for H:
I. If the marginal revenue function for a manufacturers product is
2
2000 20 3
dr
q q
dq
= , find the value of the
demand when q = 10. Note that the demand p is given by
r
p
q
= .
[3 marks] Answer for I:
(10) p =
Continued on page 6
2
2
3
x x dx
 
+

\
=
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PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 1: [total of 10 marks]
The demand function for a certain product is: 21 2 p q = , for 10 90 q
1a) Find the elasticity of demand function ( ) q = [4 marks]
[4 marks] Answer to 1a:
1b) Find a value of q, between 10 and 90, for which the demand is elastic. Justify your solution.
(Note: There may be many possible answers to this part.) [3 marks]
[3 marks] Answer to 1b:
1c) Compute the total revenue r when the demand has unit elasticity. Remember that 10 90 q . [3 marks]
[3 marks] Answer to 1c:
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( ) q = =
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PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 2: [total of 10 marks]
Suppose the cost function for a product is given by
3
( ) 0.003 8 11719 c x x x = + +
2a) Find all production levels (i.e. the value of x) that will produce a critical value for the average cost ( ) c x .
(Round your answer to the nearest integer) [5 marks]
[5 marks] Answer for 2a:
2b) Use the Second Derivative Test to classify each of these critical values, as a relative maximum or a relative
minimum or neither. [5 marks]
Show your steps here and write your conclusion(s) in the box provided.
[5 marks] Answer for 2b:
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PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 3: [total of 20 marks]
An engineer working on a new generation of computer called The Hercules is using compact VLSI circuits. The container
design for the CPU is to be determined by marketing considerations and must be rectangular in shape. It must contain exactly
10,000 cm
3
of interior space, and the length must be twice the height. If the cost of the base is $0.02/cm
2
, the cost of the side
walls is $0.05/cm
2
, and the cost of the upper face (the top) is $0.10/cm
2
, find the dimensions to that will keep the cost of the
container to a minimum. Give your answer in centimeters (cm), rounded to TWO decimals. [20 marks]
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NAME: ________________________ STUDENT NUMBER: ___________________
PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 3(continued):
Continued on page 10
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PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 4: For each part, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided.
[20 marks, 2 marks for each part, with NO part marks for incorrect or partially correct final answers.]
Given the function
2
( ) ln( 16) 1 f x x = + + , with
2
2
'( )
16
x
f x
x
=
+
and
2
2 2
2(16 )
''( )
( 16)
x
f x
x
=
+
a) What is the domain of this function?
x
b) Give the xcoordinate of each of the critical values? (If any)
c) On what interval(s) is ( ) f x positive? (use interval notation)
x
d) On what interval(s) is ( ) f x negative? (use interval notation)
x
e) Determine the x and y coordinates of the relative minimum point(s) [If any]. Indicate if there are none.
(x, y) =
f) Determine the x and y coordinates of the relative maximum point(s) [If any]. Indicate if there are none.
(x, y) =
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NAME: ________________________ STUDENT NUMBER: ___________________
PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 4(continued): For each part, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided.
[20 marks, 2 marks for each part, with NO part marks for incorrect or partially correct final answers.]
g) Determine the x value of any points of inflection this function has [If any]. Indicate if there are none.
h) Does the given function have any horizontal asymptotes?
i) Sketch the graph of
2
( ) ln( 16) 1 f x x = + + .
5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 2 22 2 3 33 3 4 44 4 5 55 5 6 66 6
2 2 2 2
1 1 1 1
1 11 1
2 22 2
3 33 3
4 44 4
5 55 5
6 66 6
x
y
j) Determine the x and y coordinates of the absolute minimum point(s) [If any]. Indicate if there are none.
Round your answer to ONE decimal place.
Continued on page 12
Yes / No (circle one)
If yes, where?
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PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work. A correct answer obtained with false
reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. [a total of 70 marks]
Question 5: [total of 10 marks]
To find the point P on the curve ln y x = which is the closest to the origin, one can
minimize the square of the distance given by
2 2
( ) (ln ) g x x x = + for x > 0.
FYI ONLY: The value you obtain in part b) is an approximation to the xcoordinate
of P (the closest point to the origin). To find the minimum distance OP, we would
then find the square root of
2 2
( ) (ln ) g x x x = + at that value of x.
1 11 1 2 22 2
1 1 1 1
x
y
O
P
y = ln(x)
5a) Compute '( ) g x , set it equal to 0, getting '( ) 0 g x = . Simplify this equation, getting rid of any fractions.
DO NOT attempt to solve this equation. [5 marks]
5b) The equation you obtained in part a) cannot be solved algebraically. Use Newtons method, with the initial guess x
1
=
to find the third approximation x
3
for the solution of that equation. [5 marks]
Round your answer to THREE decimals.
THE END
x
3
=
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Some facts you may need to refer to
Derivatives:
1
[ln ]' x
x
=
[ ]'
x x
e e =
[ ]' ln
x x
a a a = (for a > 0)
1
[ ]'
r r
x rx
=
Some general rules for differentiation:
The Product Rule:
[ ( ) ( )]' '( ) ( ) ( ) '( ) f x g x f x g x f x g x = +
The Quotient Rule:
( )
2
'
( ) '( ) ( ) ( ) '( )
( )
( )
f x f x g x f x g x
g x
g x
(
=
(
The Chain Rule:
[ ]
'
( ) '( ( )) '( ) f g x f g x g x =
Newtons Method:
1
( )
'( )
n
n n
n
f x
x x
f x
+
= where x
n
denotes the nth approximation of a root of the equation ( ) 0 f x = .
Elasticity of Demand:
The point elasticity of demand , which is a negative number, is given by
p
p dq q
dp
q dp
dq
= =
Economics stuff some useful relations:
c
c
q
= , r pq = , P r c =
Here, c stands for cost (total), c stands for average cost, p stands for the demand (price per unit), q is the number
of units of a product, r is revenue, P is profit.
Integrals:
1
1
ln dx x dx x C
x
= = +
x x
e dx e C = +
(for 0 1)
ln
x
x
a
a dx C a
a
= + <
1
(for 1)
1
r
r
x
x dx C r
r
+
= +
+
Some general rules for integration:
( ) ( ) cf x dx c f x dx =
[ ( ) ( )] ( ) ( ) f x g x dx f x dx g x dx + = +
[ ( ) ( )] ( ) ( ) f x g x dx f x dx g x dx =