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Unformatted text preview: MATH 251, Fall 2006 RAICH EXAM 1 — VERSION B Name (printed): Section #: “On my honor, as an Aggie, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this academic work.” 1 Signature: UIN: DIRECTIONS: l. The use of a calculator, laptop or computer is prohibited. 2. Please present your solutions in the space provided. Show all your work neatly and concisely and clearly indicate your final answer. You will be graded not merely on the final answer, but also on the quality and correctness of the work leading up to it. 3. There are questions on BOTH SIDES of the paper. Please be aware of this. DO NOT WRITE BELOW! 1Disputes about grades on this quiz must be handled the day the quiz is handed back and must be discussed before you leave the room. If the quiz leaves the room, it will not be re-evaluated (except for possible adding mistakes). § - 1. (a) (6 pts) For what values of c is the angle between the vectors (1, 2, 1) and (1, 0, c) equal to g? +\ +1 (b) (6 pts) Find two unit vectors orthogonal to both (1,1,—2) and (—1,3, 1). mml 1 \) “431+th A \c A J +1 7 S -__-.. -1 m,m, 067. > (c) (8 pts) For P(0,1,1), Q(2,4,2), R(—3,0, 1), and 5(4, —1,3), find the volume of the paral- lelepiped with adjacent edges PQ, PR, and PS. (3&2 (23.0 FR =<—3,.-\,o> 93:- (LL—12,7 A k A \24 35 V‘\=<\\—3.‘7> +3 "5 -\ o \ (\HBHW “é‘dp'hlfik : L“.qu .vm‘l v y \t kn: “ ° =<—1)(o,\c>7 “'1 —'L 2 \ <~1‘e\\o3‘<13.\3\= \~q+\9+w\ Jim 2 ’3 \ :5 -\ o : Aim mm m H (mm q‘ ‘7’ Z = -L\+\‘& Ho 2 7A 2. (a) (8 pts) Find an equation of the line passing through (5, —2, 3) and parallel to the line m—3zflzi. 3 —2 X25+T If X‘s: 7+2_2:2 +3 pilok V‘flEfi ° “P? ‘ ‘1 PS V’id‘or “C 2= 34+ +2 [Cm/MU. UK (b) (12 pts) Find an equation of the plane containing the points (0,1,0), (0,3, 0), and (2,2,1). Q v a R \3 Q i (o \zto7 +2 in?“ pic- um +1 ix “2‘ O X—12=O 3. (a) (8 pts) Describe the level curves of the function f (ac, y, z) = —a:2 + y2 — Z2. You do not have to draw pictures. \Lvo \L= ~X2+v1~21 o \xYWr‘oobW} 0% 1 sheets 4'3 \L=o W x122 — CDWQ +1 \L40 ~\(= X3 {12" - M oeriootov‘éx 09 l fleet 2 (b) (12 pts) Find (may-132070) 2m4m+y3y2, if it exists, or show the limit does not exist. \12QX}. PM+L7 “ 0.: O 2‘) L :0 L: $230 OX H t a 7. . +3). l‘iil‘m. OK 2 "+ 1 1 3a _ q a) V 3a X >r a=\ :7 L ~ x15 » 1 \M 1&1 a. mu: +2 Cemlumbh (W139 Lem 4. (a) (8 pts) For f(:c,y,z) : (3922 cos :10, find fwyz(m,y,z). 1 fix [X\\1‘2’\ '= -» 8Y2 sv‘mc ‘3' Z mea = — 216% firm 6’3 2 £sz [ME = '22 3% sMx — QWSM 0L3 (b) (8 pts) Find gi- and 3—,: if z : f(a3,y) and satisfies 3223/ — 332 + y3z2 : y - z. —- = Z —. 3 1— me XV X2 w 2 w? I W“ 3R 9 3 35 h lat-[3X = 1me H m—z 453 PM 2 a7 = ‘ 3,; +Z AP = X13 1224 H c>_§_ 211—2 IN V or ax - Xézqszq (JP/c); = ~X +2432 %-\ b wVe X (3-2)!) : _g:’ix '- — 2XV~Z 1 Y6} :2 z 5% 35 X Flag flaw?“ x 43; +3. 2 +2¥ Egy- =1~ a?! +7. 1 Z Z 1 Z 2 (92/ .__ ‘QWV _ X+3yz—\ at- X3 2—\ a 3— ~ ~ Wm - A 7, v V 913* -X+2V32 +\ W x ~Zv32 -\ + 5. (a) (6 pts) Find the directional derivative of f (93,y, z) = 332 + yz3 at (2,1,3) in the direction of (—2, 1,1). V4=<1><,2”,3y22> ziZ VHMstiamm) M (—de7 A L ‘L'Zx\s\V\ : <_ -—3 UV .4 +\ Daimm = VHZ‘zPohu = <l—\\z7tz7j o 43%“ Eff-i» : —3?3r17+27 : fig: W in; (b) (6 pts) What is the maximum rate of change of f at (2,1,3) and in What direction does it in m Wis 04% Mg 13 \W—(ZATSW; 5 wvmzvi“ W i . (‘i‘e Mom \3 - W27. 1‘77 We. 5H 4.. Wfimlmflz 4 +2 (c) (12 pts) Find the equation of the tangent plane to the surface :12 — 2y4 + Z3 + myz 2 —12 at the point (2,1,—2). Hwfl = X-ZW +23 ext/E \7Fflmy,a~\= <\HZ,~%\13HZ,322+XY> VF(Z\\‘~Z\ 2 \‘2— j ‘Y‘q, B‘fi *2> = <~\,—\1,\q> 1% M — (HS 42%) Meta-mo °r -X~\Z\]+1L\? =*L\Z W XMZV —\L\2 =L\Z 2 M2 +2? ='—t7_ ' ...
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