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# Calculus III Exam 1 study guide MATH- 2326-004

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All it really is just a list of equations and theorems from class and the book. Not too much questions or applications though.
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Christopher Kribs
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Calculus III, Exam 1
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Calculus Study Guide Formula and Theorems 11.1 Vector Value Functions R(t) = <f(t),g(t),h(t)> = f(t)i + g(t)j +h(t)j The Limit of a vector function Let r be a defined as lim ????(????) = − [im???? ???? ???? ] lim[ ???? ???? + [l]mℎ ???? ]???? ( ) ????→???? ????→???? ????→???? ????→???? Continuity Vector function r is continuous if [????→???????? ???? )] = ???? ???? ) A vector function r is continuous on an interval if it is continuous at every number in I is continuous 11.2 Differentiation and integration of Vector Value Functions Derivative of a vector function ( ) r’(t) =???? = lim ???? ????+ℎ −????(????) ???????? ℎ→0 ℎ r’(t)=f’(t)i + g’(t)j+h’(t)k The process is the same for integration in that the integral of r found by integrating each function ???? ???? ???? ???? ∫ ???? ???? ???????? = [∫ ???? ???? ????????]???? + [∫ ???? ???? ????????]???? + [∫ ℎ ???? ????????]???? ( ) ???? ???? ???? ???? 11.3 Arc Length and Curvature Length can be found with this equation if the function is continuous throughout the length ???? ???? ???? = ∫ √ [????′(????)] + [????′(????)] + [ℎ′(????)] ???????? = ∫ |???? ???? |????????) ???? ???? If the curve is a smooth curve then the function can be rewritten as s(t)=∫???? |????′ ????|???????? ???? Curvature If Curvature is represented as κ and T represents the unit tangent vector then κ(s)=|???????? | = |T’(s)| ???????? The curvature of any point on a curve at a certain time is given by |???? ???? ???? ????(???? | κ(t) = 3 ????′(????) If the curve is twice differentiable then the curvature at a point (x,y) where y = f(x) is given by |????′(????)| |???? | κ(x)= 3= [1+(???? ) ]3/2 [1+ ???? ????)]22 Surfaces in 3-D spaces Traces: Example x =4???? + 9???? 2 2 Z=0 → x=4???? a parabola that opens along the axis Y=0 → x=9???? a parabola that opens along the x axis 2 2 X=0 →4???? + 9???? =0 a point at the origin X=1→4???? +9???? = 1 2 → ????2 ????2 1 1 1 + 1 = 1 Ellipse with major axis at ≤ ???? ≤ the 3D shape becomes an elliptic ( )2 ( )2 2 2 3 3 paraboloid ????2 Ex ???? −2 = 1 4 Traces ???? 2 Z=0 → ???? −2 = 1 hyperbola 4 Y=0 → ???? = 1 → ???? ± 1 Hyperbolic Cylinder X=0 has no solution Cases Traces ????2 ????2 ????2 2 + 2 + 2 = 1 if they are all positive → all ellipses →ellipsoid ???? ???? ???? 2 2 2 ???? + ???? − ???? = 1 if only one is negative → 1 ellipse and 2 hyperbola→ Hyperbola of 1 sheet ????2 ????2 ????2 ????2 ????2 ????2 2 − 2 − 2 = 1 if there are two negatives → 2 hyperbolas → Hyperbola of 2 sheets ???? ???? ???? 2 2 2 ???? ???? ???? ????2 + ????2 − ????2 = 0 there would be a point→ an hour glass shape ????2 ????2 + = ???? there would be an ellipse and 2 parabolas → elliptic paraboloid ????2 ????2 ????2 ????2 2 2 − 2 = ???? there would be a hyperbola and 2 paraboloid ???? ???? 12.1 Functions of Two Variables Let D={(x,y)|x,y ɛ R} be a subset of the xy-plane. A function of two variables is a rule that assigns to each ordered pair of real numbers (x,y) in D a unique number z. the set D is called the domain of f and the set of corresponding values of z is called the range of f. This rule is similar to a function of three variables. Level Curves The level curves of a function of two variables are the curves in the xy-plane with equations f(x,y) = k, where k is a constant in the range of f. 12.2 Limits and Continuity Ex 1 show that the limit does not exist 3???? − 2???? 2 lim ( ) (????,????)→(0,0) ???? + ???? 2 3???? −2????2 Let f(x,y)=(3 2 2 ) ???? +???? First, we approach toward (0,0) along the x-axis. 2 Then y=0 gives f(x,0) = 3???? =3for all x≠ so f(x,y)→3 as (x,y)→(0,0) along the x axis ????2 New lets try approaching along the y axis by setting x=0. −2???? 2 Then f(0,y) = =-2 for all y≠0, so f(x,y)→ -2 as (x,y)→(0,0) along the y-axis ????2 Since the two limits are different and they were along two different lines, the given limit can not exist. Continuity a point Let f be a function that is defined at all points (x,y) close to the point (a,b), Then f is continuous at that point if the lim ????(????,????) = ????(????,????) (????,????)→(????,????) Continuity on a region if R is a region in a plane then f is continuous on R if f is continuous at every point in R Properties of Continuous Function of Two Variables If f and g are continuous at a point then the following functions are also continuous 1. F ± g 2. Fg 3. Cf, c being a constant 4. f/g, if g(a,b) does not equal 0 Partials f(x,y)=cos(???? ), calculate???? ???????????? Ə???? 1+???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? = -sin(???? )* Ə ( ???? )=-( ???? )* 1 Ə???? 1+???? Ə???? 1+???? 1+???? 1+???? Ə???? ???? Ə ???? ???? ???? Ə???? = -sin1+????)*Ə???? 1+???? ) = −sin( 1+????) ∗ (1+???? )2 Suppose z is a differentiable function of x and y that is defined implicitly by Ə Ə???? ???? + ???? − ???? + 2???????? = 5 ???????????????? ???????????? ???????? Ə???? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????ℎ ???????????????????????????? ???????? ????: Ə???? 2 3 2 Ə???? Ə???? (???? + ???? − ???? + 2???????? ) = Ə???? (5) Ə???? Ə???? 2x-Ə????+ 2????(2???? Ə????)=0 Ə???? ( ) Ə???? 4???????? − 1 + 2???? = 0 Ə???? 2???? Ə????= 1−4???????? Higher Order Derivatives 2 2 2 2 Ə ???? Ə Ə???? Ə ???? Ə Ə???? Ə ???? Ə Ə???? Ə ???? Ə Ə????2 = Ə???? Ə???? ),Ə????Ə???? = Ə???? Ə???? ),Ə????2 = Ə???? Ə???? ) ,???????????? Ə???? 2(Ə????) Differentials Increments 2 2 Ex z=f(x,y(=???? + 3???????? − ???? Find dz and compare it to Δz when x changes to 2.08 and y changes to 2.95 Ə???? Ə???? Dz= + = 2???? + 3???? ???????? + 3???? − 2???? ???????? Ə???? Ə???? Setting x=2, dx =Δx = .08, y= 3, and dy=Δy=-.05, we get dz =[13]*.08+[3(2)-2(3)](-.05)= 1.04 Then the increment of Z is Δz =f(2.08, 295) –f(2.3) = [2.08 + 3 2.08 2.95 − 2.95 ]-[2 +3(2)3 ] = 1.0319 Chain Rule 3 3 3 ???? 2 −???? 2 U=???? ???? + ???? ???? ???? = ???????????? ,???? = ???????? ???? ,???? = ???? ???????????????? ???? ( ) When r=4, s=1,t=0 Ə???? Ə????Ə???? Ə????Ə???? Ə????Ə???? = + + Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? = 3???? ????(???????? )+(???? + 2???????? ) 2????????????−????)+ (3???? ???? )(???? sin(????) Ə???? When r=4, s=1 and t=0, x =4, y=4,zƏ????,(192)(4)(64)(8))=1280 Implicit differentiation Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? = + =0 Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? Ə???? ???????? Ə???? ???????? ???????? = − Ə????= ???????? ???????? ???? ≠ 0 Ə???? Gradient f(x,y,z)=xsin(zy) find the gradient of f and the directional derivative of f at (2,5,0) in the direction of v=i+4j-k The gradient is ∇f(x,y,z) = <???? ????,????,???? ,????????????,????,???? ,???? ????,????,???? > ) =<sin(yz),xzcos(yz),xycos(yz)> At (2,5,0) we have ∇f(2,5,0)=<0,0,10> The unit vector in the direction of v=i+4-k is U= 1 ???? + 4 − 1 ???? √18 √18 √18 Therefore the equations outputs ???????????? 2,5,0 = ????f(2,5,0) ∙ U 1 4 1 5√2 10k∙ ( ???? + − ????) = − √18 √18 √18 3 Tangent Planes and Normal Lines Find the equations for the normal line and tangent plane at point (-2,1,-5) 2 2 ???? 2 ???? 4 + ???? + 25 = 3 The function is the level surface (with k=3) of the function 2 2 F(x,y,z)=???? + ???? + ???? 4 25 This becomes ???? ????,????,???? = ???? ???? 2 ????????????,????,???? = 2???? 2???? ????????????,????,???? = 25 ???? −2,1,−5 = −1 ???? ????????−2,1,−5 = 2 ????????−2,1,−5 = −2/5 The Tangent plane at (-2,1-5) -1(x+2)+2(y-1)-(2/5)(z+5)=0 This simplifies to 5x-10y+2z+30=0 To find the normal line ????+2 ????−1 5 −1 = 2 = − 2???? + 5) Extrema of multivariable functions Find the distance that is shortest from a point (1,0,-3) to the plane x+2y+z=9 Using the distance formula we get ???? = √ (???? − 1) + ???? + (???? + 3) 2 But if (x,y,z) lies on the plane x+2y+z=9 then z = 9-x-2y and so we √av???? − 1)2 + ???? + ???? + 3 )2 We can minimize d by minimizing the simpler expression 2 2 2 2 ???? = ???? ????,???? = (???? − 1) + ???? +(12 − x − 2y) By solving the equation we get ???? =2(x-1)-2(12-x-2y)=4x+4y-26=0 ???? ????????= 2???? − 4 12 − ???? − 2???? = 4???? + 10???? − 48 = 0 We find that the only critical point ,1,(1) 6 3 Since ???????? = 4,???????????? = 4 ???????????? ???????????? = 10 we have D(x,y)=???????????? ????????(???? ) ????????24 > 0 ???????????? ???? ????????> 17 11 0,???????? ???????? ????ℎ???? ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????? ???? ℎ???????? ???? ???????????????????? ???????????????????????????? ???????? ( , 6 3 Intuitively, we can observe that the local minimum is actually an absolute minimum because there has 17 11 to be a point in the plane that is the closest to (1,0,-3)and y = 3 then 2 2 2 ???? = √ (???? − 1) + ???? + 12 − ???? − 2???? ) ???? 11 2 112 11 2 = ( ) + + ( ) 6 3 6 11 = ???? = √ ∙ 6 11 The smallest distance from(1,0,-3) to the plane x+2y+z=√ is 6 ∙ 6 Relative Extrema of a function of Two Variables Let f be a function in a region R that have points (a,b). Then f has a relative maximum at (a,b) if f(x,y) ≤ f(a,b) for all points (x,y) in an open disk containing (a,b). The number f(a,b) is called a relative maximum value. By the same token f has a relative minimum at (a,b) with relative minimum value f(a,b) if f(x,y) ≥ f(a,b) for all points (x,y) in an open disk containing (a,b) A saddle point is a critical point that does not give an extremum The second derivative test Suppose that f has continuous second order partial derivatives on an open region containing a critical point (a,b) of f let D(x,y)-???? (????,???? ???? (????,???? − ???? 2(????,???? ) ???????? ???????? ???????? a) if D(a,b)>0 and ???? ????????(????,???? < 0 ????ℎ???????? ???? ????,???? ???????? ???? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????? b) if D(a,b)>0 and ???? ????????(????,???? > 0 ????ℎ???????? ???? ????,???? ???????? ???? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????? ???????????????????? c) if D(a,b)<0 then (a,b,f(a,b)) is a saddle point d) if D(a,v)=0 then the test is inconclusive Lagrange Multipliers Find the extremum of the function f(x,y)=3???? + 4 on the circle ???? + ???? = 1 2 Using Lagrange multipliers because we are asked to find extremum and are given a constraint 2 2 g(x,y)= ???? + ???? = 1 We can try and solve the equations ∇f = λ∇g and g(x, y) = 1 Which can be described as fx= λgx fy= λgy g(x, y) = 1 2 2 or as 6x=2xλ, 8y=2yλ, ???? + ???? = 1 from the first equation we have 0 or λ =3. If x= 0, then the third equations gives you y=± 1. Therefore f has possible extreme values at the points (0,1),(0,-1),(1,0), and (-1,0). Evaluating f at these four points, we find that F(0,1)=4 F(0,-1)=3 F(-1,0)=3 2 2 There fore the maximum value of f on the circle ???? + ???? = 1 is f(0,±1)=4 And the minimum value is f(±1,0)=3

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