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## Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

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# Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MATH 131

Dr. Cleo Wunsch

GPA 3.73

Lynda Ballou

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Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 1 If fx3Txf1nd Whatis the domainof composite is not de ned at X 3 so the domain is all reals not equal to 0 or 3 2 Are the lines 2x y 1 and 2x y 1 perpendicular The slopes of the lines 2X y l and 2X 7 y l are 72 and 2 These are not negative reciprocals therefore they are not perpendicular to each other 3 True orFalse If limfxL then faL 0 sinx 1 x 5 DNE False ling 4 If andgx are differentiable then This is the productrule f39xgxg39xfx 5 If y l use the de nition of derivative to nd x 1 1 7 h ilslim 39h xlimx x lim h 21 dxx H0 h H0 xhxh HO xhxh x 6 Sketch a function f where f is continuous at x a but f is not differentiable at x a Any continuous function with a sharp comer at X a will work Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 7 If gx f ux u3 5 u 393 2f5 3 andf 5 3 nd an equation ofthe tangent line to the graph of g x atx 3 The equation for the tangent line will be yg3g393x g3fu3 u g39lt 3gtf39ult 3gtgtu39lt 3gtf y EK fi mi ESIS yfu3 f u3u 3x3 y 3 6x3 y 6x 15 3 A UI V t I U V II I U V A N V II I o 8 Find the maximum and minimum values of f x AxB where A gt 0 and B are constants on 61 b fx AxB 3 f39xA A gt 0 3 fx is increasing The min is at a fa and the maX is at b fb 9 z m sin2x m 2sin2x 2m sin2x 236 x 2 36 2x 2 36 2x Or by L39Hospital hm sin2x 1m 2cos2x Xgt0 x Xgt0 1 10 Does the function g x lx 2 satisfy the hypotheses ofthe Mean Value Theorem on 14 The requirements of MVT are 1fx is continuous on ab yes 2fx is differentiable on a b no f392 DNE Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 11 By the Intermediate Value Theorem if f is continuous on the interval a b and K is between fa andfbthen K fc for some 0 in a b 12 Find the equation of the tangent line to the graph of the equation tanxy y2 at n4 1 The tangent line is given by y 1 y39x To nd y39 we take the derivative implicitly sec2 xyy xy39 Zyy39 3 sec2 2y39 Do not substitute values until you have taken the derivative With a little algebra y39 4 so y 1 4 x 4 7r 4 7r 4 13 Evaluate the followin limits 2 m max lim H lim 90 x x xao x xao 3x xgt0 6x Ho 6 3 2 b ML Hlim7xHlim2xoo Hoe xlnx Hw11nx Hw Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 14 Consider the function whose graph is 2 i a What is the value of fame 7i 39 4 the curve 39 portion ofthe curve is half ofa circle ofradius 1 or nZ b f39x0at x At x 0 a local max where the function is differentiable c f xgt0for ltslt l2ltxlt3 in d f39xfajls to exist at x lx1123Tnetangentisvenica1atx 11 quot 39 39 39 zannz e fxfajls to be continuous at l At x 39 and I39 39 L e at x 3 the limit does not exist f fxfajls to exist at x 7 A L A n39he t Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 15 Find the rectangle of largest area that can be inscribed in a semicircle of radius R assuming one side of the rectangle lies on the diameter of the semicircle as shown A I39ll Let y IRZ x2 then given the rectangle shown in the picture above we have A 2xle2 x2 To maximize this we take the derivative and set it equal to zero This gives us 2x2 2R2 4x2 JER W x2 W xZ 3 x T 2 R2 JER 7 T A392 RZ xz y JER Dimensions JER by T 16 Let fx 27x 3 6 3 Calculate f X and use it to nd all critical points offX Classify all critical points and determine intervals where f X is increasing and decreasing 27 4 Thls functlon 1s contmuous for all reals f 39x 3 mx x 274 At X 0 the function goes vertical brie y at X 274 we have a local maX 00 274 T 274 00 l The critical values are at X 0 and at X Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 1 For the graph of y 3 nd the in ection point l 2 Gwen yxmy39 x39m3yquotx3953 ForXlt0 yquotgt0forXgt0 yquotlt0AtX0 the second derivative is unde ned but the function is de ned the concavity changes at X 0 so 00 is the IP 2 Does the graph of y 2x sin x have a ve1t1cal asymptote at x 0 x 1i 2x sinx 113 3 the graph has a hole not a VA H x 3 Verify that the function f x J satis es the hypotheses of the Mean Value Theorem on 0 2 The requirements of MVT are 1 f x is continuous on 61 b yes radicals are continuous on their domain 2 f x is differentiable on a b yes radicals are continuous on their domain 4 If f x if then fx fx I xzdx f C 5 If f X 2 on 3 0 then the Riemann Sum for f X on the given interval is 20 7 3 6 6 The total distance traveled during the time interval IS I S 2 by an object with velocity vt 4t3 is units l7 2 Total distance traveled is Ilvlttgtldt I4t3dt t4 15 units a l Final Exam Review 7 The graph of fx Math 131 2 L has a slant asymptote of L Ballou yX2 Evaluate the following a Isecz 5xdx Isecz 5xdxtan5xCLetu5xdu5dx l 5 2 x b d i298 1 x 0 1 5 2 5 5 5 IZXSXHabcgln2x31 tgln3Letu23 1 Sdexgdu Ix1 x2 dx 2 298 x4 x l xzdx x 2x2x dxx C H gt I 3 or use the substitution below 1 xu x1 u dx du Ilt1 ugtu2duIu3u2du C1 x4 1 xgt3c Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 4 71 e d dx i J l u J du 2J3 4 7 x 72 71 e 2 2 dx 2 e du 2 e du 26 1 i M i l 2 e e2 dh 1 9 A tree has been transplanted and after t years of grow1ng at a rate of E 1W ftyr At t1 two years it has reached a height of 5 ft How tall was the tree when it was planted 2 1 2 1 1 8 j 1 2 dtj1t1 2dtt g2 1 0 H1 0 11 3 3 In the two years since being transplanted it has grown 83 feet If it is 5 ft it was 73 ft when transplanted Ln 4 10 Evaluate 005 2xdx 0 37 T 3 3 Heoslt2xgtldx Icoslt2xgtdx cos2xdx 3Jcoslt2xgtdxw 0 3 0 0 0 E s1 s Final Exam Review Math 131 11 Find for the following x L Ballou a y tan6x y39 6sec2 6x b y sinz x y39 25inxcosx sin2x 0 y 3x5 4x2 15x4 8x 2W d y a y39 2x 1e 2quot e y x1 yxlquot gt1nyan x yj 211 21nxx m f y Zii y39 Wax l Wax 1 2 2e 13 Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou 12 A race of cial is watching a race car approach the nish line at a rate of 200 kmh Suppose the of cial is sitting at the nish line 20 In from the point Where the car Will cross and let 9 be the angle between the nish line and the of cial s line of sight to the car At What rate is 9 changing When the car crosses the nish line tan0 gt002secz0a50cos20 7 i lOOOOrad d 7 d dx 7 hr At90 Let X be the distance from the nish line for the car Adjust so that the units are consistent 20 meters is 002 km Letfx In Calculate f x and use it to nd intervals Where the graph of fx is X concave up and concave down Find all in ection points The domain offis x gt 0 fcM Menxemf x0 3 6 Wm x f clt0When0ltxltemf xgt0Whenxgte32 3 Hexare Final Exam Review Math 131 L Ballou Sketch a possible gmph of a continuous function y f x using the gmph of f 39x shown below if f0f30 yf39X max P f N4 1 6 n i D l f 4L1 2 3 4 5 6 f 4L1 3 4 a 6 n U H U When f39x gt 0fxT f39xlt 0fx i Ito indicate increase D to indicate decrease Whenf39xTfxU f39x vfx 1 occurs When concavity changes max and min occur When fx changes from increase to decrease or decrease to increase respectively

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