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PRACTICE TEST 1: CALCULUS AB SECTION I, PART A ‘Time: $5 Minutes 28 Questions Keg ‘Note: Part A and Part B of Section I combined count for 50 percent of your exam grade. No Calculator Allowed ~~ | Directions: Solve the following problems, using available space for scratchwork. After examining the | form of the choices, decide which one is the best of the choices given and fill in the corresponding oval_| on the answer sheet. No credit will be given for anything written in the test book. Do not spend too much time on any one problem. ‘Note: For the actual test, no scrap paper is provided. In (1) The domain of a function f isthe set ofall real numbers x for which fs) isa real number, unless otherwise specified. Q) The inverse of trigonometric function f may be indicated using the inverse function notation for with the prefix “arc” (e.g, sin”! x = arcsin 3) 3 . 3( 1 2 ayia) \ 2 fla) = 38256822 will have vertical ecitsa \ asymptotsat (De ‘ (B) x= and 2 VA CVE \ (© y=3 A polet x= eI . (D) x=3 \ (E) There are no vertical asymptotes. (E) Does not exist ) z ow - 2 2 i ~ (38 See 7 oe ) 7y50 % ko * 20+EO 2 be ~o Sand Eiger fil soon Gert Mew 3. Which ofthe following function’ grows the £7 6, A tank holds 10,000 liters of gasoline. At the fastest? Cowen bottom of the tank, a lever can be turned to a) tu) =(2)" Flew. allow the gasoline to be dispensed. The tank 2 6 can be emptied in exactly 40 minutes. Below (B) W(u=wl 44% From Crmerty Ef. ic table which gives the volume v of gasoline T cluy= 4" chem ope vs/ (in liters) which remain in the tank after ¢ a gowhect Brot. minutes of draining have taken place. (E) elu) = 3" 40 [minutes] 0 | 5 | 10] 15 | 20 | 25 [30] 35 a0 4, Which of the following is true about the graph [ites) _|4700|4100|3200 [24002000 |1400)800)500] 0 below? During which of the following 10-minute intervals isthe average rate of gasoline. raining from the tank the least? 1Sey 10 minutes 222220” (A) 120008 B) #=1001=20minues gave 222° BAS (© t=15tot=25 minutes 7450 he. (D) t= 25 tot=35 minutes Yeo AT = 30t0T= A minutes] Go = 7. Which of the following gives the derivative of (A) An infinite discontinuity appears to the function f(x) =? at the point (2,4)? occur atx. | ay teed ee teen) Lo) (B) The function does not appear to be (A) fines hae k continuous at x= 4. ®) time a Ms (©) A jump discontinuity appears to occur ion 1 we x An cea ae (kre (D) A removable discontinuity appears to nae occur at x= 2. (BA jump discontinuity appears to occur at xsl. 5. The cost of producing x units of a certain item is cx) = 2000+ &.6x +0.5x?, What isthe > instantaneous rate of change of c with respect. tox when x= 300? x (A) 313.6 C'GA2 FG 41K (By 308. . om (© 300.0 C (300) = GE 4323 | (D) 2972 (E) 200.0 = 30&b6 * 24 4 (244) = (ashy? noe ph 7 Fateky x merteny + BC EK Conn) Ho 8. Let fix)=Sxsecx + x3cose +17, Determine 4 f(x), (A) Ssecxtanx+ 3x2cosx+17n (B) 5sec?x—x3sinx (C) Ssecxtanx ~ 3x? sinx HE) Sexe Sesecrana + Sef ooes— sins } i (E) Ssecx+Sxsecxtanx—3x*cosx+x3sinx +170 game? gf" 9. Find the derivative of g(x) =5sin?(6x) + 5cos?(6x) with respect ox SC pstles enters 9-1 (A) 30cos?(6x)~30sin%6x) GO > F (B) Scos?(6x)—Ssin2(6x) SO) zo (C) 120sin(6x)cos(6x) (B) ” (D) 30 wafer Sn'ereer! 0 10. ‘The graph of the function y = A(x) appears below. © es (D) m Determine the zeros ofthe derivative function . — We) CS Hoe /nin aaa (A) x=-4,-1,3,5 (B) -1,2.5 (E) “ 12. ‘The graph of y= f(x) is given below. Which of the following is true? (A) The graph is concave down (for all values of x). (B) The graph is concave up (for all values of x (© The graph is concave up for x>1 and concave down for -1, Meet 2. ¢ (- “tw gi (24 1-08 Goth att, xial, aé 22. Let g(x) = (arceos(x?)) meses ed y (a) ~r0 areca Aa BoE seg () apse larecoxx?)* () 10g (E) ro essa D* (B) roles See; nel Sr fl (a) vette 3 » Ine +1) + c ) adem letac 5 ter at 74 tee (D) faranleOsJ4C fen ee (B) Farctane*) +c / 26, Find the volume of the solid of revolution i ‘Searcocat nee 1e gray id 3x abc 23. £0n(9x)5%) = yet reas anes ji CRN i f ye? (AY BE alnspin(ans2s) y's LF “ees / XG? (B) 2 ~2xin(axse* Sas % © on oy (C) 2E—InG5)In3x)5* |g ae (aye (Dy 29% 2 Gat} (D) Seainons™ — 97S *7 HF p28 vt (Ea - (8) +in(5)In(3x)5%* ie wot 2a (6A 24: Let u(t)=e2" —e°b Then u'(t) = 7 . ee “be a ytd (A) eh e -be2-t Tm Ge ? Z| (B) 618? Het wy 740 o's > © e aw 4G » o ae) (8) eP tet 6. s 1 yod 27. Which ofthe following lope fields describes 28, tim *2%#—35 the differential equation 2 = =? x3 x25 ation a = ery fad 8 vi A a AA, 7 wn Ne whe ‘e (£) The limit does not exit Cae BAe x Precher Tot /2 AB SECTION I, PART B ‘Time: 50 Minutes 17 Questions A.GRAPHING CALCULATOR MAY BE USED FOR THIS SECTION K “yh Directions: Solve the following problems, using available space for scratchwork, After examining the form of the choices, decide which one is the best of the choices given and fil in the corresponding oval on the answer sheet, No credit will be given for anything written in the test book. Do not spend too much time on any one problem. Note: For the actual test, no scrap paper is provided. In this test: (1) The exact numerical value of the correct answer does not always appear among the choices given. When this happens, select from among the choices the number that best approximates the numerical value. (2) The domain of a function fis the set of all real numbers x for which f(x) is a real number, unless otherwise specified. (3) The inverse ofa trigonometric function f may be indicated using the inverse function notation f~! or with the prefix “are” (e.g, sin“! x=arcsin x) 30, ‘The cost of producing x units of a certain u(t) = 2448221, assume also that 29. Letu(s) = PTZ Assume also that u(t) item is ¢(x) = 2,000-+ 8.6x + 0.5x2, What is the is continuous for all positive real numbers. average rate of change of c with respect tox Determine u(t). § ” when the level of production increases from tA) 5 j - x= 300 to. 10 units? 3 be, ice 3 ote r (A) 313.6 D @) 3 ce mort a eu (© ~12 & Gia. (© 2142 3 4° (D) 200 wo @ a3 (E) This is not possible, The function cannot be continuous at t= 3, ; C(312) -C 302) a _ (Ete? tens * Tele ~ ge M39 oe Ble -3°° £42 2 LEG yet. f= _— Wee a 2 B36 bP z be ysKl sox iter 4" e Fo ele boy Fo¥ L240" 122 31. Find the values of x for which the function fone at aad Bac = 40x3 60x? + 8x45 has inflection points. Hint: af +2x3 3x? 8x - Aye? 42x40), (A)_fhas no inflection points 1,051 be y) 250 (x EO KERED A pee ned ° 35. A spherical balloon is being inflated at a rate of 3 cubic inches per second. Determine the rate of change of the radius of the balloon when the balloon’s radius is 5 inches, accurate to three decimal places. The volume cn sphere of radius ris $0. & = Nico (A) 3.000 inches per second ‘pol de be: ener (B)_1.667 inches per second” rej ae? Lei) (TE)_OOIO Inches per second Ad 2 30 (K-aI(eMerK) Tey aon persecond) fands Bode lig = — FO) 2000 inches pet wecond SY, ac fe Se 2a REY @ 0.120 inches per second Meth, 32. Let ax) sn(sina), Find, accurate to three | hey elo decimal places o'(8) = LSniyn 36. A gun is fired vertically upward from @ aon) position 100 feet above ground at an initial 0538) 1) locity of 400 feet per second. Determine @)> to¥ velocity of Pe erm (8) 0.999 & ff)» Cea( een) the maximum height of the projectile. The (©) 0.009 CZ) 2 en(- ‘a2R) bn &, acceleration of gravity is -32ft/sec?. (D) 1.000 to &) aq (a) 3.000 feet h(e)= lhe +00 Ex (0? (©) 0.866 =. S35 A OB) 2,600 feed) 4'(p)= - 326+ 40% you 33, On the interval (0,2n), the function yg. (C) 2,200 feet =a2t+ % f(x) = sinzcasx has critical pointsat: > |e. (D) 1800fet Ee 12 F byes Yoo Ces)etev q tay xe! © Gods Cogent aime (B) 1400 feet 4(c2-5) fBCiae a. iw 22, bee _ _ 4,37, The table below provides data points for the oto COSTED : Cote em ” continuous function y= h(x). fy. 4 = bates AY _ ea, Peay 24%, a [eyez le Tepe [6 x ot MG SH WS ne | 9 | 25 | 30 [16 | 25 | 32 2 x eCE) There are no critical points for this func = € aere tion on the given interval. ‘Use a right Riemann sum with 5 subdivisions SF to approximate the area under the curve of X® 34, Determine the slope of the normal line to the y=H(x) on the interval (0, 10]. curve x} +ay? = I0y at the point (2,1). ay isk (a) 0 (B) 235 we, (c) 210 > © (D) 206 2 (©) 222 +3) . p[rsr3etl?> Ae 256 =m cod =m, Tz} oe 13 38, Using the trapezoid rule, approximate the area under the curve f(x)= x2 +4 between x=0 41, Let Rbe the region in the first quadrant bounded by the graph of y = 4—x2, the x-axis, and.x=3usingn=6 subintervals, y= 3-> 4, and the y-axis, Determine the value of ksuch (A) 18875 that the vertical line x= k cuts the region R oly¥ (.25 into two smaller regions whose areas are equal, (B) 20938 og Mas AES afta “e Pde eat (c) 1 rel gas zcpyezcenc e2tey (A) osm Sve? paris RIG (so + 7) a Ce g axle © as 5 |i 22s eI a (D) 1.00. gs 4k 39, The area bounded by the curves y=x2 +4 © 1135 24 EST Se only eel and y= 2x +1 between x=~2andx=5, eamek 1 Dein. Is = . caves ea Ceealdd (A) 86.500 -2 2 i (B) 86495 XH HRM B) Sees (86.3333 Xy2¥+3 (D) 86195 _yF yy H3¥L 3 ©) 86.000 735 asses} ~ (G8 40. ‘The best approximation given below for the area ofthe region bounded by the graphs of f(x)= 3x? ~12x? + 9x and s(x) =-x2 +422 — ris (A) 12.000 42. ‘The acceleration of an object at any time cod 12 Ois given by a(t) = 124+ V+9+e-!, The velocity of the object at time t = 0is 4 and the position of the object at timet = 0 is 5. ‘Then the position of the object at time t = 7 is approximately equal to (a) 474 See Beek foge- (B) 15.507 (©) 103.668 (D) 246.752 @ 321.357 43. "The average value ofthe function f(x) = 2 on the interval [5,8] is approximately * u (C) 12.400 eras nee . - bese (B) 1.050 A= $5 R66 (© 0743 an t (D) 0288 (&) 0201 1 > ‘doe : Fut) foreotnn Corners SGeareeae) (6 «) oy dt 2 2 1 pyiryde + Sapte Sy toe tt J. 3 . vue rel aan 3 Thee 6 (ty 0-1 * (34a [Etlo® = (2.3 44, Which of the following isa solution of 5 biven that yle~4) =0? 70 (A) y= +4 e? @) PP =5injx+4|-5 (©_y=2t+a-2We (E) No solution exists. (y dyz\E de ) as gee lead ee : Jo tn wed © , oF L pints agle-d=? ow fo (ales euyee on fa (Ne Fe En pert cortintC. (ore A o 45, Which of the following is true of the function flxy= Vx? +1 (A) lim (f(x) =0and tim (f(4)-x)=0 @) lim (f(x)+x)=0 and lim (f(x)-x)=0 (C) lim (f(x) and lim (f(x)+x)=0 (D) lim (/(4)+x)=O and lim (f(a)+2)=9 (E) None of the above 5g nef free Do. Oa + 0) pon gee Hib ct fess: vd nd e- 4) trom gat» CH far th = me