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FINAL EXAM: DEC 2011 (Select questions related to Midterm 2 Material)

Note: All questions are worth 3 marks unless otherwise stated.

1. Find the x-coordinate of the absolute maximum of f(x) = x 2 ! on its domain.

2. Find the interval(s) on which f(x) = ! ln () is increasing.

3. You bought a rare stamp collection for 10 million dollars. The auctioneer who sold it to you

estimated its value would increase at 12% per year, compounded continuously. If you want to

wait until the collection has tripled in value before you sell, how many years will you be waiting?

4. Let f and g be functions such that f (x) and g (x) are both continuous and increasing for all

real numbers x. Which of the following is ALWAYS true?

I. f + g is concave up everywhere.

II. f - g is concave up everywhere.

III. f g is concave up everywhere.

(A) I only.

(B) II only.

(C) I and II only.

(D) I and III only.

(E) I, II, and III.

5. Find two positive real numbers m and n whose product is 50 and whose sum is as small as

possible.

6. A box-shaped shipping crate with a square base is designed to have a volume of

16 ! . The material used to make the base costs twice as much per square metre as the

material in the sides, and the material used to make the top costs half as much per square

metre as the material in the sides. Suppose the material to makes the sides costs $20 per square

metre. What are the dimensions of the crate that minimize the cost of the materials? (12 marks)

! ! !! ! !!!!!

. (14 marks)

! ! !!

Its first derivative and second derivative are given by:

f (x) =

(! ! !!)(! ! !!)

(! ! !!)!

and f (x) =

!!(! ! !!)

(! ! !!)!

a)
Find
all
x
such
that
f
(x)
=
0
or
f
(x)
does
not
exist.

b)
Find
all
x
such
that
f
(x)
=
0
or
f
(x)
does
not
exist.

c)
On
which
intervals
is
f(x)
increasing?
On
which
intervals
is
f(x)
decreasing?

d)
On
which
intervals
is
f(x)
concave
up?
On
which
intervals
is
f(x)
concave
down?

e)
Find
the
coordinates
of
all
local
maxima,
local
minima,
and
inflection
points.
Be
sure
to

indicate
which
is
which.

f)
Find
any
asymptotes
of
the
function
f(x)
and
write
their
equations

g)
Draw
the
graph
of
f(x)
on
the
graph
provided.
Accurately
place
all
critical
points
and
inflection

points,
indicate
all
asymptotes,
and
make
sure
your
graph
correctly
shows
where
f(x)
is

increasing
and
decreasing
and
correctly
shows
its
concavity.
(Range/Domain
is
+/-5)

MOCK
MIDTERM
2:
NOVEMBER
2007
(Excluding
certain
questions
unrelated
to
2012
Midterms)

1.
Find
the
derivatives
of
the
following
functions
(9
marks)

a)
f(x)
=
ln(1000ln(x))

b)
f(x)
=
! !!

!

c)
f(x)
=
!

2.
Sketch
the
graph
of
a
function
f
which
has
the
following
properties:
(12
marks)

(a)
the
domain
of
f
is
all
real
numbers;

(b)
f
has
two
inection
points,
one
at
x
=
3
and
one
at
x
=
4;

(c)
f
has
only
one
critical
point;

(d)
lim!!! = 0

(e)
f
has
y
=
x
as
a
slant
asymptote
as
x
;

(f)
f
has
a
global
minimum
at
2

(g)
f
has
no
global
maximum

(h)
f(0)
=
0

MOCK
MIDTERM
2:
OCTOBER
2009
(Excluding
certain
questions
unrelated
to
2012
Midterms)

1.
Find
the
derivatives
of
the
following
functions
(9
marks)

!

a)
f(x)
=
! !

b)
f(x)
=
2!" !!

c)
f(x)
=

! ! !!!!!

! ! !!" (!)

a) Find the domain of f(x).

b) Determine the x-coordinates of the local maxima and minima (if any) and intervals where f(x)

is increasing or decreasing.

c) Determine intervals where f(x) is concave upwards or downwards, and the x-coordinates of

inflection points (if any).

d) Find any x-intercepts and y-intercepts.

e) Find any vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes for y = f(x).

f) Sketch the graph of y = f(x), showing the features given in items (a) to (e) above and giving the

(x; y) coordinates for all points occurring above.

3. A store manager wants to establish an optimal inventory policy for an item. Sales are

expected to be at a steady rate and should total 10 000 items sold during the year. Each time an

order is placed, a cost of $49 is incurred. Carrying costs for the year will be $2 per item, to be

figured on the average number of items in storage during the year. How many items should the

store manager order each time she orders to minimize the total inventory cost (which is the

total ordering cost plus the total carrying cost)?

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