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Final_exam(3) - Final Examination — MATH 141 — Instructions Answer each of the 9 numbered problems on a separate answer sheet Each answer sheet

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Unformatted text preview: Final Examination — MATH 141 — May 12, 2007 Instructions: Answer each of the 9 numbered problems on a separate answer sheet. Each answer sheet must have your name7 your TA’s name, and the problem number (=page number). Show all your work for each problem clearly on the answer sheet for that problem. You must show enough written work to justify your answers. Finally, please copy and sign the Honor Pledge on page 1. NO CALCULATORS OR OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES 1. (a) (15) The base of a solid is the right triangle in the any-plane with vertices (0, 0), (1,0), and (0,2). The cross sections perpendicular to the my plane are square. Draw a picture of the base, and include a cross section. Then set up the integral for the volume V of the solid. DO NOT EVALUATE THE INTEGRAL. (b) (10) Let = 2553/2 + 4, for O S :10 S 1 . Find the length L of the graph of f. 2. A tank has the shape of the surface generated by revolving the curve y = 18 — 2x2 for 0 S :c S 3 about the y axis, where units are in feet. The tank is filled with water to a level 1 foot from the top of the tank. Note that the density of water is 62.5 pounds per cubic foot. (a) (5) Draw a picture of the situation, with appropriate labels. (b) (10) Set up the integral for the work W required to empty the water out the top until there is a depth of 2 feet in the tank. DO NOT EVALUATE THE INTEGRAL. 3. (a) (5) Simplify the expression sec(tan“1 :62). (b) (10) Let f(:c) = 3m — 21;, for x > 0. Show that f has an inverse, and find (f‘1)’(2). d . (c) (10) Find the unique solution of the differential equation 3y2xfi — at +1 = 0 for which y(e) = 1. 4. (a) (10) Evaluate /exln(1+em)dx. V 2 1 (b) (10) Evaluate /—-————4m 4+ dw. x 6t 5. a 10 Evaluate /———-——— dt. ) (t—4)(t+2) 6 1 (b) (10) Determine if / W dx is convergent, or divergent. If convergent, find its value. 4 _ V2 — v2 — 6. (a) (10) Compute lirgi+ —~:$m———m, giving reasons. x—> (b) (10) Compute lim {II—+00 1 .7} <1 + —2) , giving reasons. 00 00 . . 1 1 7. (a) (10) Flnd the numerlcal value of 3:2 <n+ 1 —~ n+4). °° 1 (b) (10) Determine Whether the series E (—1)’“ k In k converges absolutely, converges conditionally, 16:13 or diverges, giving reasons. (c) (10) Let f(3c) : x21n(1+a:). Find the fourth Taylor polynomial p4 at m = 1/2 (that is, p4(1/2)). 8. Let me) = icy—1)” 3—; 96%“. n=1 (a) (10) Find the radius of convergence R of f. 1/4 (b) (10) Use the given power series to find an approximation of f (t) dt that has an error of 0 less than 0.01. Don’t simplify your answer. 9. (a) (10) Let 2 = ~16. Write the 4th roots 21,22, zg, 24 of z in the form we”. Then display these roots in the complex plane, and identify each of them. (b) (15) Consider the rose defined by r = sin(40). Sketch the entire rose in the plane (including pertinent labeling), and find the area A of one leaf of the rose. END OF EXAM —— GOOD LUCK! ...
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