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## Mathematics 10A Multi-variable Calculus Final Exam Practice

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# Mathematics 10A Multi-variable Calculus Final Exam Practice Math 010A

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Calculus:Several Variables
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Meng Zhu
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1 Practice for Final Exam - Winter 2016 Mathematics 010A - Calculus of Several Variables 3 1. Write down both the Cartesian and parametric equations of the line in R through the point (1;0;▯1) that is parallel to the line (x ▯ 4) = y = z + 2. 3 2 Answer: x = 1 + 3t, y = 2t, z = ▯1 + t x▯1 = y = z+1. 3 2 1 2. Write down both the Cartesian and parametric equations of the line in R through the point (2;1;2) and perpendicular to the plane 3x + 2y + z = 1 . Answer: x = 2 + 3t, y = 1 + 2t, z = 2 + t x▯2 y▯1 3 = 2 = z ▯ 2. 3. Find the plane through point (2;4;▯1) with normal vector n = (2;3;4) Answer: 2x + 3y + 4z = 12 4. Find an equation of the plane through points (1;3;2), (3;▯1;6) and (5;2;0). Answer: 6x + 10y + 7z = 50 x+1 y+2 z▯2 5. Find the plane through (1;0;2) that contains the line2 = ▯1 = ▯3. Answer: ▯(x ▯ 1) + y ▯ (z ▯ 2) = 0. 6. Find the line of intersection of planes x + y + z = 1 and x ▯ 2y + 3z = 1. x▯1 y z Answer: 5 = ▯2 = ▯3 7. Find the distance between the point (1;▯2;3) and the line l : x = 2t▯5; y = 3▯t; z = 4: p Answer: 285=5. 8. Determine the distance between 2 lines 1 : t(2;▯1;0) + (▯1;3;5) and l2: t(0;3;1) + (0;3;4) 2 p Answer: 7= 41. 9. Determine the distance between 2 planes given by x ▯ 3y + 2z = 1 and x ▯ 3y + 2z = 8 p14 Answer: 2. 10. Determine the distance from point (1;0;▯1) to the plane x + 3y ▯ 5z = 2 Answer: p4. 35 p 11. Find the tangent line of the curve r (t) = (2cost;2sint;4cos2t) at ( p p p Answer: x = 3 ▯ t, y = 1 +3t, z = 2 ▯ 4 3t. 12. Reparametrize the curve r (t) = (e sint;2;e cost) with respect to arc length parameter based at t = 0. p Answer: s(t) = 2(e ▯ 1), p p p p ▯ s + 2 s + 2 s + 2 s + 2 r (s) = (p sinln( p );2; p cosln( p )) 2 2 2 2 13. Find the curvature ▯ of r (t) = (e sint;2;e cost). 1 Answer: ▯(t) =p2e. ▯ 14. Find the torsion ▯ of r (t) = (t;sint;cost) Answer: ▯(t) =p . 2 15. Evaluate the limit or explain why the limit does not exist e ey a) lim (x;y)!(0x + y + 2 2x + y 2 b) lim (x;y)!(▯1;x + y2 2x + y2 c) lim (x;y)!(0x + y 2 3 2 2 d) lim x + 2xy + y (x;y)!(0;0) x + y 4 4 x ▯ y e) (x;y)!(0;x + y 2 2 (x + y) f)(x;y)!(0;0)2 2 x + y Answer: a) 1=2, b) 6=5, c) DNE, d) 0, e) 0, f) DNE ▯ 16. Compute the divergence and curl of the vector ▯eld F = (x ;xe ;2xyz). ▯ y ▯ y Answer: divF = 2x + xe + 2xy, curlF = (2xz;▯2yz;e ). 17. Find the equation of the tangent plane of f(x;y) = (x + y)exy at (0;1;1). Answer: 2x + (y ▯ 1) ▯ (z ▯ 1) = 0. 18. Find the local maximum and minimum of f(x;y) = xy(1 ▯ x ▯ y). Answer: critical points are (0;0), (0;1), (1;0) and (1=3;1=3). Local maximum 1=27 at (1=3;1=3), no local minimum. 2 2 2 19. Find the absolute maximum and minimum of f(x;y) = x + y ▯ x y + 4 in the region D = f(x;y)j jxj ▯ 1 and jyj ▯ 1g, Answer: Absolute maximum is 7 achieved at (1;▯1) and (▯1;▯1), absolute minimum is 4 achieved at (0;0). 20. Use Lagrange multiplier to ▯nd the maximum and minimum value of f(x;y) = y ▯ x 2 2 2 2 subject to the constraint x + y = 1. Answer: the maximum is 1 at (0;1) and (0;▯1) and the minimum is -1 at (1;0) and (▯1;0).

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