Differential and Integral Calculus Prof. Cosmo Santiago Site: http://cosmo.santiago.googlepages.

com/ E-mail: @ cosmo.s globo.com Date: 04/08/2008 List 01 EXERCISES 1. Determine - 3 - 3x 2 <2 â ¤ -7 interval numeric that satisfies the inequality 2. Solve the inequalities: a) 3x + 12 <7 b) 6 + 2 x = xc) - 1 + 2 x> 2 - xd) x 5 - 5 = 15 1) If f (x - 1) = x 2, calculate the value of f (2). 2) What is the gr aph of the function f (x) = 3, where D = R? 3) Determine the domain of the follo wing functions. a) y = x 2 + 7, b) y = c) y = d) y = e) y = f) y = 1 x 2 x3-3x - 2, 4x 3 + 2x x -1 x-2 (Resp. 9) 4) The function f (x) is the 1st grade. Write the function f (- 1) = 2 and f (2) = 3 (Resp. y = x 1 + 7) March 3 â â 1 5) If f (x) = ax + bef (- 2) = -5 f (3) = 5. Calculate f â (Resp. 0) â . 2 â â 

6) Give an example of a linear function and build your chart. 7) Give an example of a constant function and build your chart. 8) Verify that the following funct ions are increasing or decreasing and at what intervals. Sketch the graph. Differential and Integral Calculus Prof. Cosmo Santiago Site: http://cosmo.santiago.googlepages.com/ E-mail: @ cosmo.s globo.com Date: 04/08/2008 a) b) c) d) f (x) = f (x) = 6 x - 2 f (x) = - x + 1 f (x) = x 2-1 9) Write the function f (x) = ax + b whose graph in a Cartesian orthogonal coord inate system is given by: y 3 (Resp. y = 2x +1) -1 -1

1 x 10) The price to pay for a taxi fare depends on distance traveled. The rate y is composed of two parts: a fixed part called flag and a variable part that depe nds on x number of miles driven. Suppose the checkered flag this costing \$ 2.00 and the kilometer, \$ 0.50. a) Express y as a function of x. b) How much would pa y for a race in which the taxi ran 11km? 11) A salesperson receives a monthly salary composed of two parts: a fixed porti on, valued at \$ 300.00, and a variable part that corresponds to a commission of 8% of total sales he made during the month. a) Express the function that represe nts a monthly salary and take the field. b) Calculate the salary of the salesman for a month knowing that he sold 10,000 products. (Resp. R \$ 1,100.00) 12) It i s called the average cost of manufacturing a product to production cost divided by quantity produced. Indicating the average cost corresponding to C (x). The manufacturing cost of x units of a product is C (x) = x 4 + 500. a) W hat is the average cost of production of 20 units? b) What is the average cost o f production of 40 units? c) For the average cost tends value insofar as x incre ases? A 13-h) Given the function f (x), show that. Calculate f (a + h) - f (1) = x 1 + hf (a + h) - f (a). x units produced by Cme (x) = 14) An office supplies company determines that the number of devices fax sold in year x is given approximately by the function Differential and Integral Calculus Prof. Cosmo Santiago Site: http://cosmo.santiago.googlepages.com/ E-mail: @ cosmo.s globo.com Date: 04/08/2008 f (x) = x 50 + 4 + 12 x, where x = 0 corresponds to 1990. 2a) that f (0) represent? b) Get the numb er of fax machines sold in 1994. 15) A simple cost function for a business consists of two parts - the costs fixed, such as rent, insurance and loans, which must be paid regardless of how m any units of product are produced, and variable costs depend on the number of pr oducts produced. Suppose a computer software company produces and sells a new wo rksheet at a cost of \$ 32.00 per copy, and that the company has a fixed cost of R \$ 18,000.00 per month. Express the total monthly cost as a function of x numbe r of copies sold, and calculate the cost when x = 600. 16) Find the equation of the line through P and has the slope m in the following cases: a) P (1,3) in b = 2) P (-2.0) at c = -1) to obtain the equation of the l ine passing through points A (-1,0) and B (4,2).