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Fall 2010

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(Marks)

(5) 1. Use the graph of the function f (x) below to determine the following. Use ∞, −∞, or DNE where

appropriate.

y

(a) lim f (x)

x→−∞

(b) lim f (x)

x→+∞

(c) lim f (x)

x→−3

(d) lim− f (x)

x→2

3

(e) lim f (x)

x→2

2

(f) lim f (x)

x→−1

(g) lim+ f (x)

1

x→0

(h) f (−3)

−3

(i) List the x-value(s) at which the function f (x) is continuous but not diﬀerentiable.

x

2

−1

**(10) 2. Evaluate the following:
**

x2 + 2x − 8

(a) lim

x→2

x4 − 16

sin t

(b) lim

t→ π3 − 1 − 2 cos t

4−x

x→4

x+5−3

2 + 9x

(d) lim

x→−∞

5 + 4x

x ln x − ln(x2 )

(e) lim

x→2

x−2

⎧

⎪

|x − 2|

⎪

⎨√

x−1

(4) 3. Given f (x) =

⎪

⎪

⎩ 2x

10 − x

(c) lim √

if x ≤ 1

if 1 < x < 5

if x > 5

ﬁnd all values of x where f (x) is not continuous, and justify your answers. Give the type of discontinuity

at each value.

(4) 4. (a) Use the limit deﬁnition of the derivative of a function to ﬁnd the derivative of f (x) =

(b) Check your answer to part (a) by using the derivative rules.

2x

.

7−x

Given f (x) = 3 and f (x) = . y = 2 and is decreasing at 1 unit/second.Final Exam (Marks) dy for each of the following: (15) 5. x2 + 1 (x + 1)2 (a) Find f (x) and simplify. Find the maximum and minimum total areas of the pens. local (relative) extrema. (Do not sketch the graph. For the comfort of the turtles. Given f (x) = (b) Determine whether f (x) has a relative (local) maximum or minimum at x = 1 . Give an expression for (or exact value of) the following limits: sin(x + h) − sin(x) (a) lim h→0 h (b) lim− x→0 |x| x n 2i en (c) lim n→∞ i=1 2 n . Let f (x) = x2 ex .Math 201-NYA-05 . (4) 14. (3) 10. (x + 1)4 (5) 8. Let θ (in radians) be an acute angle in a right angled triangle and let x and y respectively be the lengths of the sides adjacent to and opposite to θ. x +8 (x + 8)2 (x3 + 8)3 Sketch the graph of f (x) clearly showing all (if any) asymptotes. How fast is θ changing at this time? (4) 13. (4) 7. −4(x − 2) You may use the fact that f (x) = . Michael has 28 m of fencing to enclose two separate turtle pens. intercepts. 1]. Find the absolute extrema of f (x) = x1/3 − x2/3 on [−1. and points of inﬂection.) (4) 12. and the other pen will be a square. Find the intervals where f (x) is increasing or decreasing. One pen will be a rectangle three times as long as it is wide. Find dx (a) y = (3x2 − 9) sec4 (5x + 3) 2 (x − 9)4 √ (b) y = ln x3 x + 7 (c) y = sin [(2x − 1)3 ] + cos3 (2x − 1) Fall 2010 Page 2 of 4 (d) y = (sin x)ln x √ (e) y = e x2 +3 (3) 6. At the instant when x = 2 and is increasing at 4 units/second. Suppose that x and y vary with time. (a) Show that y = 2y − x (b) Find the coordinates of both points on the curve where the tangent line is horizontal. Given the curve x2 − xy + y 2 = 9 . the width of the rectangular pen should be at least 1 m and at most 3 m. Find an equation of the tangent line to the curve y = (1 + e−x )4 at x = 0 . (3) 11. y − 2x . x3 − 8 48x2 −192x(x3 − 4) and f (x) = 3 (8) 9.

Evaluate the following: 2 (2y + 1)2 dy (a) y 1 π 3 sec θ + tan θ (b) dθ π cos θ 4 √ (c) x(1 − x + x2 ) dx (3) 17.Final Exam (Marks) sin θ (d) lim θ→0 θ Fall 2010 Page 3 of 4 √ (3) 15. Find z(t) given that: d2 z = 2 sin t − 4 cos t + et dt2 and . Use diﬀerentiation to verify that 4 x √ dx = +C 3(4 − 3x2 )3/2 3 4 − 3x2 (3) 18. verify that f (x) satisﬁes the hypotheses of the Mean Value Theorem. Given the function f (x) = 100 − x2 deﬁned on [−6. (6) 16. Then ﬁnd all numbers c that satisfy the conclusion of the Mean Value Theorem.Math 201-NYA-05 . 8] .

dz .

.

= 3 and z(0) = −5 dt .

Evaluate 0 (2) 21. (3) 20. x (a) Approximate the area of S by ﬁnding the Riemann sum with four equal subintervals and taking midpoints as sample points. (4) 19. Let S be the region bounded by f (x) = (b) What is the exact area of S? 5 |x − 2| dx by interpreting it in terms of area.t=0 3+x and the x-axis between x = 1 and x = 9. Use the fundamental theorem of calculus to ﬁnd a function f and a number a such that x f (t) √ dt = 4 ln x 8+ a t t .

min area: 21 m2 (b) −1 14.(a) 10 + ln 2 11. −1) and ( 3 4.(a) 4. − 54 rad/sec 13. decreasing: (−2. decreasing: nowhere.√ −2) ∪ (−2. y = −32x + 16 8.(a) 2(x − 1) (x + 1)3 14 (7 − x)2 (b) (b) f (1) > 0 =⇒ loc. f (x) = 4 x and a = e2 . y-int: (0. −1) and x-int: (2. ∞). 2 3) and (− 3.Math 201-NYA-05 . −2) ∪ (0. −2). √ 3 increasing: (−∞. min. concave √ down: (−2. 4). 14 ) 12. removable: x = 5. z = −2 sin t + 4 cos t + et + 4t − 10 √ 21. concave up: (−∞. ∞). 13 2 18. inﬂection points: (0. c = 57 4 (b) A = 3 ln 9 + 8 2 (c) 23 x3/2 − 25 x5/2 + 27 x7/2 + C 17. inﬁnite: x = 10 √ 2 xe x +3 (e) √ x2 + 3 6. 0).(a) diﬀerentiate implicitly 7. jump: x = 1. diﬀerentiate RHS and simplify to obtain integrand 19.(a) cos x 16. 0) ∪ ( 3 4. abs max: ( 18 .(a) (b) 2 3 16 (c) 1 (b) −∞ Fall 2010 (d) 2 (c) −6 (f) −1 (e) DNE 3 2 (d) (g) 0 (h) 3 Page 4 of 4 (i) −1 (e) ln 2 14 (7 − x)2 8x 3 1 5. max area: 28 m2 .(a) ∞ 2.(a) A ≈ √ 20. 0) (b) 1 − (c) e2 − 1 √ 2+ √ 3 (d) 1 15. − 13 ) y 2 1 −1 0 x 1 10. 0) ∪ (0. ∞). abs min: (−1. HA: y = 1 and VA: x = −2.(a) 20(3x2 − 9) sec4 (5x + 3) tan(5x + 3) + 6x sec4 (5x + 3) (b) 2 − − x − 9 x 2(x + 7) ln(sin x) 2 3 2 ln x (d) (sin x) ln x cot x + (c) 6(2x − 1) cos ((2x − 1) ) − 6 cos (2x − 1) sin(2x − 1) x 3. at x = 1 √ √ √ √ (b) ( 3. domain: \{−2}. crit num: x = 0. −2) ∪ (0. −2 3) 9. increasing: (−∞.Final Exam (Marks) Answers 1.

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