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**Final Examination MATH*1200F11
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EXAMINER: S. Gismondi, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Guelph

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1. Use radian measures in the argument of all trigonometric functions. 2. This examination consists of this 13 page booklet including this cover page, and 12 pages of questions. CHECK NOW!! 3. NO calculators allowed. NO communication allowed. NO additional aids allowed e.g. notes, books or scrap paper. 4. This examination is 2 hours long, is marked out of 84 and contributes at least 42% to your final grade.. 5. If due to an emergency or illness, you cannot complete this examination, you must 1) seek immediate help and 2) obtain documentation as per "Undergraduate Degree Regulations: Illness or Compassionate Reasons". Post-check list: ~ YES! I attempted EVERY QUESTION! ~ YES! I wrote my name & ID! ~ YES! I signed the examination! Pg. 8. (TT_I) __________ Pg. 9. (TT_I) __________ Pg. 10. (TT_II) _________ Pg. 11. (TT_II) _________ Pg. 12. (TT_III) ________ Pg. 13. (TT_III) ________

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b]. Define A(x) as the Riemann Sum on [a.x]. where a #x #b (If(t)dt on [a. (7 marks) Part (a) of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is stated below.x]).MATH*1200F11 Page 2 1.Examiner: S. Gismondi Final Examination . Prove it. Then A’(x) = f(x). Proof: . Part (a) of The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (as stated in class): Let f(x) be a continuous function on [a.

Then tell me the radius and height of the cylinder. Gismondi Final Examination . Be sure to show how/why you have a maximum volume and not a minimum.MATH*1200F11 Page 3 2. (7 marks) Find the right circular cylinder of maximum volume that can be inscribed in a sphere of fixed radius R. Radius of cylinder: Height of cylinder: .Examiner: S.

choosing zi to be the midpoint of the i’th sub-interval. (7 marks) Final Examination . with n equal sub-intervals. Gismondi 3. Do not compute the limit. Answer: (b) Construct the Riemann Sum that approximates the area between y = x2 and the x axis on [a.b].Examiner: S.MATH*1200F11 Page 4 (a) Approximate the area between y = 1 + x + x2 and the x axis on [1.3] using a Riemann Sum with four equal sub-intervals and choosing zi to be the left endpoint of the i’th sub-interval. Answer: .

(a) Answer: (b) Answer: (c) Answer: . (7 marks) Solve the following indefinite integrals.MATH*1200F11 Page 5 4. Gismondi Final Examination .Examiner: S.

find y’. (7 marks) Compute the following derivatives i.e. Gismondi Final Examination .MATH*1200F11 Page 6 5.Examiner: S. (a) Answer: (b) Answer: .

f (c) is a maximum.Examiner: S. Theorem: Proof: (ok .show me one more time!!) . in the case where (c. (7 marks) State and prove Fermat’s Theorem. Gismondi Final Examination .MATH*1200F11 Page 7 6.

.Examiner: S.4.MATH*1200F11 Page 8 (a) Use the epsilon-delta proof technique to prove you assume. where |x-2| $3x . that |ä| < 1. (7 marks) Final Examination . Gismondi 7. . Assume and please show where (b) Use cases to solve for x.

Compute . Answer: (b) Compute the right and left limits of . . (7 marks) (a) Compute Final Examination .Examiner: S. Gismondi 8.MATH*1200F11 Page 9 .

where x is in radians. Gismondi 9. a good estimate? W hy is the estimate of sin(2.1. Car B travels east through the same intersection at 80 km/hr at 12:30pm. where we compute f’(x) at (0.MATH*1200F11 Page 10 (a) Car A travels north through an intersection at 12:00pm at 60 km/hr.0).0 respectively.0.2. Use differentials and show me how to estimate sin(0.0) .0). (7 marks) Final Examination . a bad estimate? .0. W hy is the estimate of sin(0.1 and 2.1) and sin(2. How fast are the cars separating at 1:00pm? Answer: (b) Let f (x) = sin(x).Examiner: S.1) . You should get 0.

MATH*1200F11 Page 11 10. . Factor it first.Examiner: S. (7 marks) Sketch HINT: The quadratic term is a perfect square. Gismondi Final Examination . .

MATH*1200F11 Page 12 11.Examiner: S. (a) (b) . Gismondi Final Examination . (7 marks) Differentiate the following functions and conclude/complete the corresponding integral.

Gismondi 12.MATH*1200F11 Page 13 (a) Compute the average value of the function y = x2 on [1.. Answer: . (7 marks) Final Examination . Answer: (b) A tiny bit of fun . the level of water in the tub reaches the hole and it starts to leak at the rate of 0.you can do this if you think about it. Angela is filling a leaky tub with water.1t litres per minute (. also increases over time!!) Write the definite integral that describes how much water is in the tub after five minutes.e.3]. at an increasing rate over time!) BUT after a minute.Examiner: S. She fills it at the rate of t 2 litres per minute (i..

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