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Harvard Applied Math 21a (Multivariable Calculus) - Practice Midterm 01 - Fall 2014

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Instructions:

1. Print your name on this page in the space provided.

2. Circle your TFs name.

Casey Fleeter

Aticus Peterson

Richard Saliba

Diana Sheedy

Brandon Sim

Emily Venable

Tyreke White

James Zatsiorsky

David Zhang

William Zhang

3. Show all work, partial credit will be given for written work

only. Neatness counts.

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note that you have continued elsewhere.

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Problem 1 (20 points)

In the following questions, give a short, simple reason for your answer. Sometimes the an-

swer is really simple, not requiring any calculation, so read the question carefully (5 points

each).

1. If u and v are orthogonal, what is the relationship of the vector (u v) u to the

vector v (e.g., parallel, perpendicular, neither)?

2. Do y = 0 in rectangular coordinates and sin = 0 in spherical coordinates represent

the same or dierent surfaces in space?

3. Consider the two curves in the plane, r

1

(t) = sin(2t), cos(2t) and r

2

(t) =

2 cos(3t), 2 sin(3t). At t = 0, is the curvature of r

1

greater than, less than, or equal

to the curvature of r

2

?

4. If a b = 0, does a = b?

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Problem 2 (10 points)

Find the arc length of the curve r(t) =t

3

/3, t

4

/2, 2t

5

/5, 0 t 1.

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Problem 3 (20 points)

Consider two lines r

1

(t) = t, 2t, t and r

2

(t) = 1 + t, t, t.

1. (10 points) Find the distance between the two lines.

2. (10 points)

1

is a plane that contains r

1

, and

2

is a plane that contains r

2

(t) and is

also parallel to

1

. Find the equations for the planes

1

and

2

.

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Problem 4 (20 points)

1. (10 points) If |r(t)| = 5, then what can you say about the curve in 3D that is described

by the vector function r(t) ?

2. (10 points) For the vector function r(t) as above, show that r

(t) is orthogonal to r(t)

for all values of t.

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Problem 5 (10 points)

Two helicopters, H

1

and H

2

are traveling together. At time t = 0 hours, they separare and

follow dierent straight-line paths given by

H

1

: x = 6 + 40t y = 3 + 10t, z = 3 + 2t,

H

2

: x = 6 + 110t y = 3 + 4t, z = 3 + t,

all coordinates measured in miles. Due to system malfunctions, H

2

stops its ight at

(446, 13, 1) and, in a negligible amount of time, lands at (446, 13, 0). Two hours later,

H

1

is advised of this fact and heads toward H

2

at 150mph. How long will it take H

1

to reach

H

2

?

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Problem 6 (20 points)

Suppose we have three sphere of radius 1, centered at A = (1, 2, 0), B(4, 5, 0), and C =

(1, 3, 2), respectively. Find the equation of the plane that is tangent to all three spheres from

the same side. Write the equation of the plane in the form ax + by + cz = d.

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