# Instituto Polit´ecnico Nacional

Unidad Profesional Interdsciplinaria de Ingenier´ıa Campus Guanajuato
(ALU) 15E DAVID GONZALEZ RAMOS
C´alculo Vectorial
16B CV AS Tarea2doDep. Fecha de Entrega: 10/21/2016 at 08:30am CDT.

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Match the equation with its graph labeled A-H. You may click
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Just take your time.D. All of the xy-plane B. you may click on the thumbnail image to produce a larger image in a new window (sometimes exactly on top of the old one). so comparing with the graphs there may help. y = x2 − z2 6.D. x2 + 2z2 = 1 C D Answer(s) submitted: • A • D • B • C (correct) Answer(s) submitted: • • • • • • B 4. f (x.Match the functions with the graphs labeled A . The union of two intervals D. 1. y2 = x2 + 2z2 3. y) = A. x2 + 4y2 + 9z2 = 1 2. y) = 1/(1 + x2 + y2 ) 4. y) = (x2 − y2 )2 F. y) = 3 − x2 − y2 f (x. you may click on the thumbnail image to produce a larger image in a new window (sometimes exactly on top of the old one). As always. process of elimination will help with ones that are not obvious. A 1. f (x. (1 pt) Match the functions with their contour plots labeled A . y) = (x − y)2 A B C D Answer(s) submitted: • D • A • C • B E. f (x. y) = (x − y)2 f (x. y = 2x2 + z2 5. y) = 3 − x2 − y2 3. 9x2 + 4y2 + z2 = 1 4. The area inside a parabola (correct) Answer(s) submitted: • B 2. 2. f (x. 3. (1 pt) D E C A F B The domain of the function f (x. (correct) 3. 1. The first and third quadrants E. 4. f (x. Most of these functions appear in the previous problem. The first quadrant C. (1 pt) 2 √ √ x + y is . y) = (x2 − y2 )2 2. As always. y) = 1/(1 + x2 + y2 ) f (x.

C. z = p 2x2 + 3y2 7. z = 2x p + 3y 2. The trace for x = −0. y) = 4 − 3x2 − y2 3. f (x. Compute the following = = = = = = A Answer(s) submitted: Answer(s) submitted: • • • • • • • • • (incorrect) 3 B C D . a collection of equally spaced concentric circles B. z = (25 − x2 − y2 ) 3. 1) f (0. (1 pt) The domain of the function f (x. 3x+5y x2 +y2 −4 8. (1 pt) Match the surfaces with the verbal description of the level curves by placing the letter of the verbal description to the left of the number of the surface. f (x.(correct) • (incorrect) 5. 1. z = x−1 6. z = xy 4. −4) f (t. f (x. a collection of unequally spaced parallel lines C. (1 pt) Consider the function • • • • • • • 1 − xy2 . y) = xy2 − 8. E. (1 pt) The graphs below show level sets for six different functions. 0) f (3. B. y) = y2 − 3x 4. −4) f (−4. 4 Which graph below corresponds to the following traces: 1. D. 5t) f (uv. is The area inside a circle (including the circle) The union of two intervals The first quadrant The area inside a circle (not including the circle) All the xy-plane except a circle Answer(s) submitted: • (incorrect) 6. (1 pt) Suppose values: f (1.3 3. z = (x2 + y2 ) A. y) = A. 1. two straight lines and a collection of hyperbolas F. y) = 3y − x2 2. z = x2 + y2 1 5.4 2. u − v) A f (x. The trace for x = −1. f (x. where the red areas represent the the lowest heights and the purple areas are the highest heights.5 4. a collection of unequally spaced concentric circles B C D E F Match the following functions with the proper graphs above. The trace for x = 0. y) = (incorrect) 7. The trace for x = 1. a collection of equally spaced parallel lines D. a collection of concentric ellipses E.3 f (x. y) = x2 + 3y2 Answer(s) submitted: • • • • (incorrect) Answer(s) submitted: 9.

{(x. The trace for x = −0. lim (incorrect) 15. plus the circle B. (1 pt) (incorrect) The largest set on which the funtion f (x. (1 pt) 2x2 The largest set on which the function f (x.2) xy cos(x + 6y) (Enter ’DNE’ if the limit does not exist) Answer(s) submitted: Answer(s) submitted: • • (incorrect) (incorrect) 4 √ x+y − .13. The exterior of the circle x2 + y2 = 11 C. if they exist. All of the xy-plane D.0) 2x2 + 3y2 1) Along the x-axis: 2) Along the y-axis: 3) Along the line y = mx : 4) The limit is: Answer(s) submitted: • • • • Answer(s) submitted: • (incorrect) 16. The trace for x = −1. (1 pt) Find the limit lim (x.0) 36x2 + y2 Which graph below corresponds to the following traces: lim 1.y)→(0.3 2. y) = √ x − y is continuous is A. (1 pt) D E F Find the limit (enter ’DNE’ if the limit does not exist) Hint: rationalize the denominator. or type DNE for any which do not exist. (1 pt) 10.y)→(0. y)| − x < y < x} E. {(x. Find the limit (enter ’DNE’ if the limit does not exist) (6x + y)2 (x. All of the xy-plane except the circle x2 + y2 = 11 E. y) = 1/(11 − x2 − y2 ) is continuous is A. y)|x ≥ y} 12. y)| − x ≤ y ≤ x} B. The trace for x = 1 3. the whole xy-plane C.y)→(−12. (1 pt) Find the limits. The interior of the circle x2 + y2 = 11. The interior of the circle x2 + y2 = 11 (x.9 A B 1) Along the x-axis: 2) Along the y-axis: 3) Along the line y = x : 4) The limit is: Answer(s) submitted: • • • • C (incorrect) 14. {(x. (1 pt) Consider the function f (x. (7x2 + 3y2 ) lim p (x. {(x. y) = − (x + 2y) .y)→(0.0) (7x2 + 3y2 + 1) − 1 Answer(s) submitted: • • • Answer(s) submitted: • (incorrect) 11. y)| − x < y ≤ x} D.

−4) = Find the partial derivatives of the function p w = 4r2 + 5s2 + 1t 2 ∂w ∂r ∂w ∂s ∂w ∂t C. (1 pt) (x. (1 pt) Find the first partial derivatives of f (x. y. y) = (3. -7). y) = fy (x. 3) as we change x but hold y fixed is . and The rate of change in z at (2. −7) = B. y) = fy (x. z) = z arctan( xy ) at the point (5. −4) = B. fy (−7. and The rate of change in z at (4. √ if it exists. Then: The rate of change in z at (4. A. y) = • • • • Answer(s) submitted: • • (incorrect) (incorrect) 19. (1 pt) fx (x. = = = ∂f ∂z (5. 5. 3). (1 pt) Find the first partial derivatives of f (x. y) = sin(x − y) at the point (-7. y) = fyx (x. 3) = ∂x ∂f (3. (1 pt) Find the first partial derivatives of x − 2y at the point (x. 3) as we change x but hold y fixed is . Then: The rate of change in z at (2. (1 pt) 23. 5. A. (1 pt) Let z = cos 5y2 − 3x . fx (−7. (1 pt) Let z = x + y. y) = fxy (x.4) Answer(s) submitted: • Find the partial derivatives of the function f (x. 3) as we change y but hold x fixed is . y) = Find the partial derivatives of the function −2x − 3y f (x. lim e 3x2 +3y2 (incorrect) = 22. ∂∂yf (5. −4) = Answer(s) submitted: • • • Answer(s) submitted: • • • (incorrect) √ 24. y) = −1x − 6y Answer(s) submitted: fx (x. 21. -4). or type N if it does not exist. (incorrect) 20. 3) = ∂y Answer(s) submitted: • • Answer(s) submitted: • (incorrect) 5 . (1 pt) Find the limit.y)→(−4. −7) = Answer(s) submitted: • • Answer(s) submitted: • • (incorrect) (incorrect)  25. 3) as we change y but hold x fixed is . ∂∂xf (5.• 17. y) = xye−6y (incorrect) 18. y) = x + 2y ∂f (3. f (x. 5. 5.

Thus Ds V = DhV = = = End result (in terms of just t): dz dt = fy (x. Then ∂2 f = ∂x∂y = ∂3 f ∂x2 ∂y = ∂z ∂s 2 and ∂z ∂t . (1 pt) Let f (x. z) = ∂3 f ∂x∂y∂x = = 32. y. In that situation it is important to be aware with respect to which variable we differentiate. y2 +6z2 Then fx (x. y = 5s + 6t First the pieces: ∂z ∂x = ∂x ∂s ∂y ∂s ∂z ∂y ∂x ∂t ∂y ∂t = = = = = And putting it all together: ∂z ∂s = ∂z ∂t = Answer(s) submitted: • • • (incorrect) Answer(s) submitted: • • • • • • • • 29. (1 pt) Use the chain rule to find . w = −3xy − 5yz − 2xz. z) = x2 −4y2 . Then: z = x2 y + xy2 . (1 pt) Use the chain rule to find 7 28. z) = Answer(s) submitted: • • • • • fz (x. where y = −4 + t 4 = First the pieces: Answer(s) submitted: • • ∂z ∂x ∂z ∂y dx dt dy dt (incorrect) 27. z = t 2 Answer(s) submitted: Compute ∂w (−5. (1 pt) Let and . the volume of a square box width s and height h is given (incorrect) V = s2 h. −5) = ∂s ∂w (−5. z) = Answer(s) submitted: • • • (incorrect) (incorrect) 31. there may be more variables floating around than the one with respect to which we differentiate. x = st. (1 pt) Let f (x. x = 3s + 4t. y. y) = (2x − y) . (1 pt) As discussed in class. y = est . y. where z = x2 + xy + y . y. For example.26. (1 pt) Let z = 3ex ∂z = ∂x ∂z ∂y 4 y3 30. x = 5 − t 2. dz dt . −5) = ∂t • • (incorrect) Answer(s) submitted: 6 .