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x

1. 3

dx =

x2 + 4

1 3 2 3 4

+ C + C

6 4 8

HDL Hx2 + 4L 3 HEL Hx2 + 4L 3

1 2 2 4

+ C + C

3 3

2. A particle moves on the x − axis. The velocity of the particle is shown in the graph below. At what

value HsL of t does the particle change direction?

y

3

vHtL

2

1

t

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

−1

−2

1 1 1

−2 − 2

4 4 2

H1, 4L

3x + 1

4. An equation of the line tangent to the graph of y = at the point is

4x − 3

HDL 13 x + y = 17 HEL 3 x − 4 y = −13

è!!!!

I1, 3M

d2 y

5. If y2 − x2 = 2 x, find at the point

2

dx

HAL HBL è!!!! HCL è!!!! HDL HEL

−1 1

−3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3

2x + 1

6. If , then the inverse function, f−1 , is given by

x + 3

3x − 2 x − 3 3x − 1 2x − 3 x − 2

1 − x 2 − x 2 − x 1 − x 3 − x

Hy2 + 3 yL dy

cos 2 x

‡

d

7. =

dx

2

HAL HHcos H2 xLL2 + 3 cos H2 xLL H−2 sin H2 xLL HBL H2 cos H2 xL + 3L H−2 sin H2 xLL

HCL H−2 sin H2 xLL3 + H−2 sin H2 xLL2 HDL HHcos H2 xLL2 + 3 cos H2 xLL

1 3

3 2

8. Consider the function below, f HxL, defined on the interval @−2, 3D. What would the graph for

y = f H2 Hx + 1LL − 1 look like?

y

3

2

1 fHxL

x

−3 −2 −1 1 2 3 4

−1

−2

y y y

3 3 3

gHxL

2 2 2

1 1 hHxL 1 mHxL

x x x

−3−2−1

−1 1 2 3 4 −3−2−1

−1 1 2 3 4 −3−2−1

−1 1 2 3 4

−2 −2 −2

y y

3 3

2 nHxL 2 vHxL

1 1

x x

−3−2−1

−1 1 2 3 4 −3−2−1

−1 1 2 3 4

−2 −2

HAL g HxL HBL h HxL HCL m HxL HDL n HxL HEL v HxL

1 1

9. At what value of x does the graph of y = − have a point of inflection?

x2 x

f H2 + hL − f H2L

10. Consider the piecewise defined function below. Find the best answer for the right − hand derivative at

x = 2, or lim

h → 0+ h

y

3

fHxL

2

t

1 2 3 4 5

−1

1

−∞ − 0 2 ∞

2

π

11. ‡ x2 sin x dx

0

è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

12. If f HxL = 2 x 3x + 4, then f HxL =

HAL è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HBL è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HCL è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HDL è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HEL è!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8 3x + 8 3x + 8 7x + 8 9x + 8

3x + 4 3x + 4 2 3x + 4 3x + 4 3x + 4

13. ‡ H3 x2 + 1L dx =

2

H3 x2 + 1L H3 x2 + 1L

HAL HBL HCL Hx3 + xL

3 3

2

+ C + C + C

3 18 x

6 x H3 x2 + 1L

HDL HEL

3

9

+ C x5 + 2 x3 + x + C

3 5

f HxL

14. Find Dx A E

g HxL

at x = 4 given the functions defined below

y

6

5

gHxL

4

3

fHxL

2

1

x

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 4 17 9 11

50 25 50 25 25

−x2 , x > 4 is

HAL undefined HBL continuous but not differentiable HCL differentiable but not continuous

HDL neither continuous nor differentiable HEL both continuous and differentiable

16. In the right triangle below, if θ increases at a constant rate of 3 radians per minute, at what rate

is x increasing in units per minute when x equals 4 units?

5 x

θ

15

3 4 9 12

4

= H2 x + 1L Hy + 1L y H−1L = 1

dy

17. and A solution to this differential equation with initial

dx

condition is

2 +x 2 +x

y = x2 + x + 1 y = ex

HDL y = 4e x2 + x

− 3 HEL y = 2e x2 + x

− 1

i 2 π + xy

18. 2 sin j z

j z

k 3 {

=

HAL HBL HCL

è!!!! è!!!!

3 cos x − sin x − cos x + 3 sin x − 3 cos x + sin x

HDL cos x − 3 sin x HEL − cos x − 3 sin x

N cos i

πky

19. lim ‚ J j

j z

z

n

π

n → ∞

k = 1

n k2n{

20. A solution of the differential equation whose slope field is shown below could be

−3 −2 −1 1 2 3

log2 H4 xL − 3

21. lim =

x → 2 x − 2

1 1

ln 2 2 ln 2 ∞

2 ln 2 ln 2

dy dx

22. A particle moves along the curve x y = 15. If x = 3 and = 4, what is the value of ?

dt dt

−12 −5 5 12

0

5 4 4 5

b b

23. If

a a

y = 2 ln Hcsc xL

5π

24. The slope of the line normal to the graph of at x = is

6

è!!!! è!!!!

HAL HBL è!!!! HCL è!!!! HDL HEL

−1 1

−2 3 2 3 Does not exist

2 3 2 3

25. Considering the table below for f HxL, what is the best approximation for f H3L ?

x 0 1 2 3 4 5

f HxL −3 −1 4 11 22 37

7 13

3 4 6

2 2

1

26. If ln − 2 ln x = 3, then x =

x

1

1 e 3e Does not exist

e

27. A rumor starts that Mr. DeRuiter is taking a leave of absence. The rumor starts with 2 students and it

increases at a rate proportional to the number of students that have heard the rumor. If 6 students have heard

the rumor in 3 hours, how long will it take for all 36 students in the class to hear the rumor?

3 ln 36 3 ln 6 3 ln 18 ln 9

hours hours hours hours 6 hours

ln 2 ln 2 ln 3 ln 3

28. Given the graphs of f HxL, g HxL, and h HxL, which could be true?

y y y

x x x

HAL f HxL = g HxL and f HxL = h HxL HBL h HxL = g HxL and h HxL = f HxL

HCL f HxL = h HxL and f HxL = g HxL HDL g HxL = f HxL and g HxL = h HxL

HEL g HxL = h HxL and g HxL = f HxL

29. ‡ H3 − » 2 − x »L dx

4

=

−1

11 13 15 17

10

2 2 2 2

5 −7 −3

−3 5 −7

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