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Mathematics 253

All Sections

Closed book examination Time: 3.0 hours

Last Name First Name Signature

Student Number Section #:

Special Instructions:

No books, notes, or calculators are allowed.

Rules governing examinations

Each examination candidate must be prepared to produce, upon the request

of the invigilator or examiner, his or her UBCcard for identication.

Candidates are not permitted to ask questions of the examiners or invigilators,

except in cases of supposed errors or ambiguities in examination questions,

illegible or missing material, or the like.

No candidate shall be permitted to enter the examination room after the

expiration of one-half hour from the scheduled starting time, or to leave during

the rst half hour of the examination. Should the examination run forty-ve

(45) minutes or less, no candidate shall be permitted to enter the examination

room once the examination has begun.

Candidates must conduct themselves honestly and in accordance with es-

tablished rules for a given examination, which will be articulated by the ex-

aminer or invigilator prior to the examination commencing. Should dishonest

behaviour be observed by the examiner(s) or invigilator(s), pleas of accident or

forgetfulness shall not be received.

Candidates suspected of any of the following, or any other similar prac-

tices, may be immediately dismissed from the examination by the exam-

iner/invigilator, and may be subject to disciplinary action:

(a) speaking or communicating with other candidates, unless otherwise au-

thorized;

(b) purposely exposing written papers to the view of other candidates or

imaging devices;

(c) purposely viewing the written papers of other candidates;

(d) using or having visible at the place of writing any books, papers or other

memory aid devices other than those authorized by the examiner(s); and,

(e) using or operating electronic devices including but not limited to tele-

phones, calculators, computers, or similar devices other than those authorized

by the examiner(s)(electronic devices other than those authorized by the ex-

aminer(s) must be completely powered down if present at the place of writing).

Candidates must not destroy or damage any examination material, must hand

in all examination papers, and must not take any examination material from

the examination room without permission of the examiner or invigilator.

Notwithstanding the above, for any mode of examination that does not fall

into the traditional, paper-based method, examination candidates shall adhere

to any special rules for conduct as established and articulated by the examiner.

Candidates must follow any additional examination rules or directions com-

municated by the examiner(s) or invigilator(s).

1 10

2 10

3 10

4 10

5 12

6 12

7 15

8 21

Total 100

Page 1 of 12 pages

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 2 of 12 pages

Problem 1 [10 points]. Put your answer in the box provided and show your work. No credit will be given

for the answer without the correct accompanying work.

1. 3 points. Find the value of the constant k such that u(x, t) = e

kt

cos(2x) is a solution of the heat

equation u

t

= u

xx

.

Answer:

2. 3 points. Let P be the plane tangent to the ellipsoid 2x

2

+3y

2

+z

2

= 9 at the point (1, 1, 2). Find

the point where P intersects the y-axis.

Answer:

3. 4 points. Suppose that e

xyz

= x + y + z. Find

z

x

at the point (1, 2, 0).

Answer:

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 3 of 12 pages

Problem 2 [10 points]. Put your answer in the box provided and show your work. No credit will be given

for the answer without the correct accompanying work.

1. 5 points. Let be the acute angle between the plane z = 4x + 2y and the plane tangent to the

surface z = x

2

+ y

2

at the point (1, 2, 5). Find cos().

Answer:

2. 5 points. Find all points (x, y, z) where the hyperboloid x

2

+y

2

z

2

= 1 and the plane x+y z = 1

meet at right angles.

Answer:

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 4 of 12 pages

Problem 3 [10 points]. Put your answer in the box provided and show your work. No credit will be given

for the answer without the correct accompanying work.

1. 5 points. Let f(x, y) = x

4

+ xy 5y

2

. Consider the directional derivative of f at the point (a, a

3

)

in the direction

3

5

,

4

5

Answer:

2. 5 points. Use linear approximation to estimate the distance from the origin to the point (6.02, 7.99).

Express your answer as a single number in decimal form.

Answer:

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 5 of 12 pages

A

B C

x

y

0

1

2

3

1

2

0

1

2

3

3

1 0 1 2

1

0.5

0

0.5

1

Problem 4 [10 points]. A contour plot of a function f(x, y) is shown above. Answer the following questions

concerning the points A, B, and C marked on the plot. For each question CIRCLE THE CORRECT

ANSWER:

1. Point A.

(a) Point A is a (i) local minimum, (ii) local maximum, (iii) saddle point, (iv) not a critical point.

(b) At point A, f

x

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

(c) At point A, f

y

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

(d) At point A, f

yy

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

2. Point B.

(a) Point B is a (i) local minimum, (ii) local maximum, (iii) saddle point, (iv) not a critical point.

(b) At point B, f

x

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

(c) At point B, f

xx

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

3. Point C.

(a) Point C is a (i) local minimum, (ii) local maximum, (iii) saddle point, (iv) not a critical point.

(b) At point C, f

xx

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

(c) At point C, f

yy

is (i) positive, (ii) negative, (iii) zero

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 6 of 12 pages

Problem 5 [12 points]. Let D be the region which lies inside the circle (x 1)

2

+ y

2

= 1 and outside the

circle x

2

+ y

2

= 1.

1. 5 points. Sketch the circles and shade the region D. Find the coordinates of the points of intersection.

2. 7 points. Evaluate the double integral

D

1

x

2

+ y

2

dA

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 7 of 12 pages

Problem 6 [12 points].

Consider the iterated integral

8

0

2

3

y

cos(x

4

) dxdy

1. 5 points. Sketch the region of integration on the graph provided:

2. 7 points. Evaluate the integral.

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 8 of 12 pages

Problem 7 [15 points].

Consider the function f(x, y) = 2x

2

+ 3y

2

4x 5 on the domain x

2

+ y

2

16.

1. 4 points. Find and classify the critical points of f on the interior of the domain.

2. 8 points. Use the method of Lagrange multipliers to identify the coordinates of all possible extrema

of f on the boundary of the domain.

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 9 of 12 pages

Problem 7 continued.

3. 3 points. Determine the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of f on the domain.

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 10 of 12 pages

Problem 8 [21 points]. Let E be the solid region inside of the sphere x

2

+ y

2

+ z

2

= 4 where the

x-coordinate is positive and the y-coordinate is negative.

1. 3 points. Sketch the region E, you may use the given set of axes or draw your own. If you draw

your own, include labels and coordinate values. Sketch the projection of E onto the xy-plane, and its

projection onto the yz-plane using the graphs provided.

!

"

#

$

%

%

$

$

%

%

$

%

%

$

$

Projection of E onto the xy-plane. Projection of E onto the yz-plane.

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 11 of 12 pages

Problem 8 continued:

2. Find the limits of integration for the triple integral

E

f(x, y, z) dV in the coordinates given below.

3 points each..

x=

x=

y=

y=

z=

z=

f(x, y, z) dz dy dx

z=

z=

y=

y=

x=

x=

f(x, y, z) dxdy dz

=

=

r=

r=

z=

z=

f(r cos , r sin, z) r dz dr d

=

=

=

=

=

=

f( sincos , sinsin, cos )

2

sind d d

Dec. 17, 2012 Math 253 Name: Page 12 of 12 pages

Problem 8 continued:

3. 4 points. Compute the integral

E

xdV .

4. 2 points. Use the result of part 3 to determine the coordinates of the center of mass of the region E

(assuming it has uniform density). You may use symmetry arguments, and use the fact that a sphere

of radius R has volume

4

3

R

3

.

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