# Math 1105(11

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Solutions to Assignment #1

1. (a) x 2  5 x  6  0
Since x 2  5 x  6  ( x  1)( x  6)  0 , we have
x 1  0 & x  6  0
Case 1:
or x  1
& x  6
x 1  0 & x  6  0
Case 2:
or x  1
& x  6 -------------- no solution
So the solution set is the closed interval [-6, 1].
(b) | 2 x  5 |  1

| 2 x  5 | 1 is equivalent to –1 < 2x + 5 < 1. From the first inequality we

have –6 < 2x or x > -3. From the second inequality we have 2x < -4 or x <
-2. So the solution set is (-3, -2).
2. Find the domain and range of each function.
(a) f ( x )  3  2  x
Domain: {x | x  2, x 
R}, Range: (-, 3].
f(x)

1
2 x3
Domain: x + 3  0 and
2  x  3  0 , which is [3, 1)  (1, ).
Range: (-, 0)  [1/2, ).

(b) f ( x ) 

x
1

-3

1(b)

3. Sketch the graphs of the functions:
(a) f ( x)  ( x  1) 2  1 (b) f ( x)  1 | x  2 | .
f(x)

f(x)

2
1

1
1

2(a)

x

2

x

2(b)

4. Construct the following composite functions and specify the domain of each

2]. x  2 }. (iv) g  g ( x)  g (1  x)  1  (1  x)  x . f ( x)  1 1 1 f  g ( x)  f ( x  1)   2 2 because 2 ( x  1) [( x  1)  1] x 6. 2] = . g(x) = x/(2-x). (iii) g  f ( x )  g (1 / x)  1 2x  1 x 2x  1 2x  1 2 x x (i) f  f ( x)  f (1 / x)  Domain: { x | x  0. (i) f  f ( x)  f ( 2  x )  2  2  x . (ii) f  g ( x)  f (1  x)  2  (1  x)  1  x . what is g (x) .   (iv) g  g ( x)  g  x 4  2 x  x 2  x 4  3x 4  3x  2 x 2 2x 2 x Domain: { x | x  2. (iii) g  f ( x)  g ( 2  x )  1  2  x . Domain: (-. Domain: [-2. ). 1  x. Verify your answer. what is f (x ) . x  2 x 2 x 1 1 x  x 1 x  1 .(i) f  f (x) (ii) f  g (x) (iii) g  f (x) (iv) g  g (x) a. Domain: [-1. Verify your answer. 3] = 32 Average velocity in [1. 3t 22  2t 2  1  (3t12  2t1  1) Average velocity in [t1. Domain: (-. 5. (a) Find the average velocity of the particle over the time intervals [1. The domain of g(x) is {x | x  2 }. f(x) = 1/x. 2] and [2. 2]. The domain of f(x) is {x | x  0 }. 3]. t2] = t 2  t1 3  (2) 2  2  2  1  (3  12  2  1  1)  11 m/s 2 1 3  (3) 2  2  3  1  (3  2 2  2  2  1)  17 m/s Average velocity in [2. Domain: { x | x  0 } 1/ x 1 2 x  x  f  g ( x)  f   . ). The motion of a particle moving along the x-axis so that at time t it is at position x  3t 2  2t  1 m. x  4/3 } (b) f ( x)  2  x.   x (ii) Domain: { x | x  0. The domain of g(x) is all real number. (b) If g ( x)  x  1 and f  g ( x)  1 / x 2 . g(x) = x – 4 because f  g ( x )  f ( x  4)  ( x  4)  4  x. x  1/2 } x x x   2 x  2 x  x 2 x  x . (a) If f ( x)  x  4 and f  g ( x)  x . g ( x )  1  x The domain of f(x) is {x | x  2 }.

0001 second. x 3  (1  h) 2  2(1  h)  1  (3  12  2  1  1)   8  3h t h h 1 0.003 8.001. 0.1 0. 3  (t  h) 2  2(t  h)  1  (3t 2  2t  1) Velocity at t = lim h 0 h 3(t 2  2th  h 2 )  2(t  h)  1  3t 2  2t  1 h0 h h(6t  3h  2)  lim  6t  2 h0 h  lim The velocity of the particle is 8 m/s at t=1 and 14 m/s at t=2. No limit because  lim x 3 x 3 x  3 x 3 x3 |3 x |  (3  x ) |3 x | 3 x lim  lim  1 and lim  lim 1 x 3  x  3 x 3  x  3 x 3 x  3 x 3 x3 x 3 (e) lim x0 | 2x  1 |  | 2x  1 |  (2 x  1)  (2 x  1)  4x  lim  lim  4 x 0 x0 x x x  ( x  2) | x2 | | x2|  lim  1 and doesn’t exist because lim x2 x2 x2 x2 x  2 x2 | x2| lim  lim x  2  1 .001 0.1. for h = 1.01 0.3 8. 0. 1+h]. t2 ( 4) 2 16   2 4  t 4  ( 4) 8 (a) tlim  4 x2  4 ( x  2)( x  2)  lim  lim ( x  2)  2  2  4 x  2 x  2 x  2 x  2 x2 (b) lim (c) lim h 0 h  2h 2 h(1  2h) 1  2h  lim 2  lim . h 0 h (1  3h) h 0 h (1  3h ) h 2  3h 3 2 (3  x) 2 |3 x | (d) lim 9  6 x  x  lim . x 2 x  2 x 2 x  2 (f) lim . 0. Evaluate the limit or explain why it does not exist.0003 (c) Using the results of (b) to find the velocity of the particle at t=1 and t=2. 7.0001 x /t 11 8.03 8. 0.(b) Make a table giving the average velocities of the particle over time interval [1. No limit.01.

the (c) xlim 0  x 0  limit is undefined. Since the domain is x-1 or x1. 1 4  x2 4  x2    lim  2  2   lim x  2 x  2 ( x  2)( x  2)  x 2 x 4  ( x  2)( x  2) x  4    (g) lim x 2  lim x 2 1 1  . f ( x)  lim ( x  2)  3 (b) (a) xlim  1 x  1 lim f ( x )  lim ( 2 x 2  1)  3 x  1 x  1 f ( x )  lim ( 2 x 2  1)  1 (d) lim f ( x)  lim ( x   ) 2   2 (c) xlim 0  x 0  x 0 x 0  . x2 4 8. (a) lim 2  x . x2 if 2 9. The domain the same as that in (a) (b) xlim  2  x 4  x 2  lim x 2 ( x 2  1) . Find the indicated one-side limit or explain why it does not exist. Undefined because the domain of 2  x is x  2. Define f ( x )    2 x  1 if  ( x   ) 2 if    x  1 1 x  0 x0 Find the indicated limits. x 2 2  x  2  (2)  2 .