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Chapter 8 / Exercise 61
Calculus of a Single Variable: Early Transcendental Functions
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M ATH 2B MULTIPLE CHOICE SAMPLE QUESTIONS , S PRING 2017 1. (Section 4.9) The function F ( x ) satisfies F 0 ( x ) = 3 x ( x - 2) and F (0) = 1 . What is F (1) ? a. -3 b. -3/2 c. -1 d. 0 e. 3/2
F IGURE 1. This shows the graph of a function f ( x ) referred to in Questions 2 and 3. 2. (Section 4.9) Let F ( x ) denote an antiderivative of f ( x ) , where y = f ( x ) is shown in Figure 1. Which of the following can we deduce about F ( - 5) ?
3. (Section 5.2) Figure 1 shows the graph of a function y = f ( x ) . Imagine we estimate both of the integrals R - 4 R 4 2 f ( x ) dx using Riemann sums with 20 rectangles and left endpoints. Which of the following is true?
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Chapter 8 / Exercise 61
Calculus of a Single Variable: Early Transcendental Functions
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b. The estimate of R - 4 - 6 f ( x ) dx is an over-estimate and the estimate of R 4 2 f ( x ) dx is an under- estimate. c. The estimates of R - 4 - 6 f ( x ) dx and R 4 2 f ( x ) dx are both over-estimates. d. The estimates of R - 4 - 6 f ( x ) dx and R 4 2 f ( x ) dx are both under-estimates.
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