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R. Blute & T. Kousha

Name(Print LEGIBLY)

I.D. Number

Instructions-This nal examination consists of 10 multiple choice questions worth 4 points

each. Your answers to the multiple choice questions must be clearly marked in the squares

below. There are also 5 long answer questions worth a total of 60 points. For the long answer

questions, you must show your work on the exam itself and clearly display your answers.

Do not unstaple these pages.

NO CALCULATORS. NO BOOKS. NO NOTES.

TURN OFF YOUR CELL PHONES AND

PUT THEM AWAY.

Multiple Choice Answers:

#1 #2 #3 #4

#5 #6 #7 #8

#9 #10

1

Question 1- Calculate the following one-sided limit:

lim

x1

+

x

x

2

1

A) 0 B) 1 C) D) E) -1

Question 2-Suppose that the variable y is implicitly dened as a function of x by the equation

(x

2

y)

2

= 2y. Find

dy

dx

at the point (2,2).

A)

1

2

B) 3 C) -1 D)

8

3

E)

5

2

2

Question 3-Let h(x) = x ln(x). Find the equation of the tangent line at x = e

2

.

A) y = ex 1 B) y = 3x 2e

2

C) y = 3x e

2

D) y = 3x e E) y = ex + 2

Question 4- Over what interval is the function f(x) = xe

2x

decreasing?

A) (

1

2

, ) B) (,

1

2

) C) (1, 1) D) (1, ) E) (0, 1)

3

Question 5- Consider the function:

f(x) =

5x + 2

x 3

Which of the following statements are correct?

A) The asymptotes of f occur at y = 5, x = 3.

B) The asymptotes of f occur at y = 3, x = 5.

C) x = 3 is the only asymptote of f.

D) y = 3 is the only asymptote of f.

E) The function has no asymptotes.

Question 6- Evaluate:

ln(2)

e

x

dx

A) 1 B)

1

2

C) ln(2) D) 2 ln(2) E) divergent

4

Question 7- Suppose f

(x) = 3x

2

+ 4x 1 and f(1) = 3. Find f(2).

A) 13 B) 15 C) 19 D) 37 E) 51

Question 8- Suppose that for a certain product, the demand function is given by D(x) = 8x

2

and the supply function is given by S(x) = 2x. Calculate the consumer surplus.

A) 3 B)

11

3

C)

16

3

D) 1 E)

25

7

5

Question 9- If f(x, y) = y ln(xy), what is f

xy

(2, 2)?

A)

4

3

B)

1

4

C)

3

2

D)

1

2

E)

e

3

Question 10- If f(x, y) = x

3

4x +y

2

3y +1, how many critical points does f(x, y) have?

A) 0 B) 1 C) 2 D) 3 E) 4

6

Long Answer Question 1 (10 points)

Suppose that 10,000 dollars is put into a bank account which earns 4% interest compounded

continuously.

How much money will there be in the account after 6 years?

How many years will it take until there is 40,000 dollars in the account?

7

Long Answer Question 2 (12 points)

Calculate the following two indenite integrals:

xe

3x

dx

ln(x)

x

2

dx

8

Long Answer Question 3 (12 points)

A store has been selling skateboards at $40 per board. At this price they sell 50 boards

per month. For each 1 dollar increase in price, they sell 2 fewer boards. If each board costs

the store $25, what price will maximize prot?

Be sure to explain why your answer is an absolute maximum.

9

Long Answer Question 4 (14 points)

Consider the two functions:

f(x) = 5 x and f(x) = 3 + x

2

(a) (4 points) Find the intersection points of the graphs of the two functions.

(b) (6 points) On the next page, graph these functions, and shade the region between the

graphs of f and g for x [0, 4].

(c) (6 points) Find the area of the shaded region.

10

- x

6

y

11

Long Answer Question 5 (12 points)

Consider the function of two variables

f(x, y) = x

2

4x + 6xy + 2y

3

6.

(a) (3 points) Calculate the rst-order partial derivatives.

(b) (3 points) Find all critical points.

(c) (6 points) Identify what type of critical points they are (local max, local min or saddle

point).

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