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a. If 200 g of radium are initially present, how much would you expect to be present after 400 years? b. How long would it take for that same initial amount 200 g to decrease to 50 g? c. What is the half-life of radium-226?

a. 169 g b. 32.9 centuries = 3290 years c. 16.5 centuries = 1605 years

The cost C of a gallon of milk was $0.54 in 1941. In 2006 it was $3.22. Assuming that exponential growth applies,

a. Find the exponential growth rate to the nearest tenth of a percent b. Find the cost of a gallon on milk in 2008 and 2015. c. Find how long it takes the cost of milk to double at any given time.

a. 2.7% b. $3.30; $3.98 c. 25.6 years

Find the tangent line to the given curve at the point . Or

Determine

at the point indicated for the following curves.

a.

at (1,1)

a. b. c.

b.

at (2,2)

c.

at (-2,1)

It is known that 45% of all aluminum cans distributed will be recycled each year. If a beverage company uses 110,000 kg of aluminum, the amount of aluminum in kilograms after recycling that is still in use after t years is given by

a. 913 kg b.

, which tells you how fast Aluminum is being wasted (how fast it stops being used

a. How much of the original aluminum is still in use 6 years after it is issued? b. Find and interpret its meaning. c. How many years pass before 10% of the original aluminum remains in use (11,000 kg)?

c. 2.88 years

Differentiate and simplify…

a. b.

a. b. c. d. d. c.

The height (in feet) attained by a rocket t seconds into flight is given by the function seconds ( critical point, but this is a nonsensical answer b. feet c. rising before 33 seconds, descending after, you can check this with a number line (or just think about it!) a.

a. At what time does the rocket hit maximum height? b. What is that height? c. When is the rocket rising and when is it descending?

a. List all the relative extrema of . b. What are the absolute maximum and minimum of the same function over the interval [1,4.5]?

a. Relative minimum: 8 at Relative maximum: -4 at You should have tested 0 too, and noticed it is not an extremum. b. , , Absolute maximum is 12 at x = 1 Absolute minimum is 8 at x = 3

The average speed of a vehicle on Airport Road between 6 am and 9 am on a typical weekday is modeled by the function √ where is measured in km/hr and corresponds with 6 am. At what time over the interval is the traffic moving at the slowest rate? What time is it moving fastest? What are those two speeds? Slowest: 60 km/hr at 7 am Fastest: 80 km/hr at 6 am

Use the information below to sketch a graph of the following function

x-intercepts: 0,4 y-intercept: 0 Number line for first derivative: - 0 - 3 + Number line for second derivative: + 0 - 2 +

Sketch the graph of

The owner of a luxury yacht charges $600 per person per day if exactly 20 people sign up for the cruise. However if more than 20 people sign up (up to the maximum capacity of 90 people) for the cruise, then each fare is reduced by $4 for each additional passenger. How many passengers will result in the maximum revenue for the owner of the yacht? What is the fare per passenger and revenue?

65 extra passengers, 85 passengers overall Fare per passenger: $340 Revenue: $28,900

If an open box with a square base is to be made from 125 cm2 of cardboard, what are the dimensions of the box with the largest volume that can be made from these materials? What is that volume?

Dimensions: 6.45 x 3.23 cm Volume: 134.5 cm2

Let . 1. Determine the intervals over which increasing and decreasing. is Below, √ and √ + . ] ] + . ] ]

1. . - -6.3 + 0 Increasing: [ Decraesing: [ 2. . - 0 - 7.93 Concave up: [ Concave down: [

2. Determine the intervals over which concave up and concave down.

is

Inflection points: Determine where the inflections points of the following function are, where it is concave up and where it is concave down. [did you test 0 too? it’s not one!] Concave down: [ Concave up: [ ] ] [ ]

Differentiate and simplify a) a) b) b) c) c) d) d)

Differentiate and simplify the following a. b. c.

a. b.

Differentiate and simplify a)

a) b)

b) c) c) d) √ √ d)

√

A company’s total cost in millions of dollars is given by where t is time in years since the start-up date. a. What is the cost at the start? After 2 years? 4? b. After how long will the cost be 90 million dollars? c. What is the change in cost at the start? After 2 years? 4 years? d. Find and . Determine what both mean and why it’s happening. , , (million dollars) b. so 1.6 years c. , , d. (million dollars per year) e. and cost is approaching $100 million at a decreasing rate, the cost won’t exceed this and once the company gets close to its final size, the cost will level out too. a.

In a study conducted in 2004, the number of online households (households with access to internet) in millions in Western Europe was projected to be where t = 0 corresponds to the beginning of 2004 a. a. What was the projected number of online households in Western Europe at the beginning of 2005? b. When is the projected number of online households going to be 77 million? c. How fast was the projected number of online households growing at the beginning of 2005? b. million households , After 0.55 years (mid-2004) c. 3.94 million households per year

Sketch the following graphs on the same set of axes and label which is which. Also, fill out the table below. and

y-intercept The limit as goes to negative infinity The limit as goes to positive infinity Increasing or decreasing Concave up or concave down

y-intercept The limit as goes to negative infinity The limit as goes to positive infinity Increasing or decreasing Concave up or concave down

inc up

inc down

Circle of the derivative of each function.

1-A, 2-B, 3-C

1

2

3

A

A

B

A

B

C

C

B

C

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