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Unformatted text preview: $lv€j nunM Department of Mathematics
I I I University ofToronto I I
TUESDAY, December 14, '2004'9:0’O—11:oo AM
I" ' MAT 133Y TERM TEST #2 ~ Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce
Duration: 2 hours 1. Aids Allowed: A nongraphing calculator, with empty memory, to be supplied by student. Instructions: Fill in the information on this page, and make sure your test booklet Contains 11
pages. In addition, you Should have a multiplechdice answer 'Vsheet, on 'which you should ﬁll
in your name, number, tutorial time, tutorial room, and tutor’s name. This test consists Hot10 multiple choice questions, and iiwritten—answer questiOns. For the multiple choice queStions you can do your rough work in the test booklet, but you
must record your answer'bycircling the appropriate letter.» on the answer sheet with. your
pencil. Each correct answer is worth 4 marks; a question left blank, or an inCorrect answer, or
two answers for the same. question is worth 0. For the written—answer questions, present your solutions in the spaceproyided. The value of each written—answer question is indicated beside it.
ENCLOSE YOUR FINAL ANSWER IN A. BOX AND WRITE IT IN INK. TOTAL MARKS: 100' ; . .
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STUDENT NO:
SIGNATURE: TUTORIAL TIME and IROO'M: REGCODE and TIM_ECQDE: . TATE NAME: Regcode
T0101A MQA P11010113 M913 ‘ _ T0501'D
T0101o __ I ' rosom
T0201A I ' T0701A
T020113 T070113
T0201C TOYOIG
T0201D . TosmA TGSOlA ' I MP .137 "11080113 FOR MARKER ONLY
Multiple Choice  B1_. 11030113 UC 32s T5101A
1103010 MP'134‘ 'T510113
T0401A 1311‘ 323 T5201A
T0401B LM 123 T0501A LM 123 _
T0501B UC 328 Page 1 of 11 I NAME; _ I =  ; e ;  7 ‘STUDE.NTZNQ:I_._ ' PART A. Mnltiple Choice: 1. marks] ‘ ‘ ‘ V. I ﬂ; _. The derivative of ﬁx) 2 ' . Hem+2i _ ' @X%l)(lx)ﬂ (Nerdy W . (ex+1)? 2. [4 marks] . Suppose we know that the function f doee not havea. maximum value on the interval
0 S w E 3 .‘ Thenlwe can be sure that: :_  ﬂ? 7' 96:) g :1 (Q0 Wang); A. f($) : l Causg be: many 42% (“it "5’7 ' mt} tiger “"53 ‘ :1: f($) is not continnqus on [0,3] C. The deriyative of f($) at 9:: 1 does not exist Hugged? ﬁrm“ a t“ _D.. The interval 0 g a: g 3 ie' not Closed 1% '3: do; 5& E. f gets bigger than. any given number on this interval. I . No. bad[0.3g $93 . ’_ i.x agxaf‘g
_  ea) ’— .  .  0  X" a 3 chﬁ {0’3} U I 6.2m
.ﬁmg ' have a m wﬁ‘iﬂ‘) Page 2 of 11 NAME: 3. [4 marks] lim
‘00 1 +6” equals —3
. equals #1
C. equals 4
D. equals ,_ E. does not eXist ' 4. [4 marks] equals 1
' x/g
__= equals ——.
C. equals 3
D. equals 0 E. does not exist 4—38”‘”_ STUDENT N0: Page 3 of 11 I NAME: STUDENT NO: _' 5. [4 mqus] _ The annual rate?" compouhdgd QQntinuously‘which is equivalent to 6% compounded quar— terly‘is closésﬁ’to: ' ' 'v r, f é} .
A. 5.83%  Q "7 Q+L%')
‘ B.‘ 6.05% ‘ I I 7 I
‘ 4 1.0!?
5.96% r ’ '
D. 5.9%  _ I ‘ I z E. 6.14% f}; 05%”? 6. [4:ma'rks]. ' The solution of the inequality 2 0 is given. by: (Q;—;<I1+2<) 4—232 A. ~4<$<—20r1<m<2_
B.$§_#40r—2<$§10rx>2
C. 413323—20: 13i$§2 D. LBS—.4 or —2§m§1'0rm22 ~4g$<—2 or 1gm<2 Page 4 of 11 NAME: 7 ' STUDENT NO: 7. [4 marks] Given'that f(0) = 2 and the siope of the tangent” line to the graph pf ﬁx) at the point
(0, 2) equals 3', the slope of‘the tangent line to the graph of at :17 2 0 equals A: 80 . ‘ ‘ Y‘zgyﬁc11f I I I ' _ Ya, {magma
3’5 We): 5EWT’W} 8. [4 marks]
If y : y(:r:) satisﬁes 'y”: _= 61‘", then when (my) 2 (2J5, J5)? — : Page 5 of 11' NAME: _ I I STUDENT NO: _ 9.' [4 marks] If $1 751 is used as an initial estimate for a‘solution of ﬂit) = 0, when : than NeWton’s method yields the sedond estimate :32 z , A. :61  I I a ,...
WI. 2 _.Q(x):_my 13.0 1+0. [4 marks] 
1. .  1 If y($) = 1) (—3: + 1)2 + 1)3 (Zmr+‘1)4 + 1)5, then y’(0) : E _ l  L.“
i , + ,_...L———v+ W k5; .
437?" “$273”? 2:5” are w «M Page 6 of 11 NAME: ' _ ' '  ' STUDENT NO:
' PART B. WrittenAnswer Questions 1. [14 marks] Given 1
5E M < 0'
2 — 2:1:
': ' 'f 0 < < 2
ﬂit?) $ﬁ2 1 _33
4b . .
w— 1f :2 2 2, Where 1) IS a constant. Showing your steps clearly I [’7] ((1) determine Whether is continuous at a: r 0. 956:). __ 5”?" _' on Q”) "as! _ Q (I) gig‘2‘”? Y4E+ ‘I _l_ h ;
61? a); (Yé OVA ?‘ A) w a
‘K . .41 . jg} I I I
. j?€1)“';uﬂ' égé ‘gk>
“Aﬁw 5' “ ' xsl ,umuwww a A Page 7 0f 11 NAME: _  . STUDENT N0; 2. [12 marks] .Unit price p and demand quantity q for a certain good are related by the equation Where p is in the range $500 S p 3 $700. d
Find the marginal revenue Egg where p is $600. Page 8 of 11 NAME:  "  ' . STUDENT NO:_ 3. [16 marks] If a demand curve is given by _
q2 .+ 'pr + 2102 z 1100 [8] (a) What is the (point) elasticity of demand when (1 : 10, p = 20 ? [8] (b) At the same point, q z 10 , p : 201 is the demand function Mg) concave up or concave
down? Justify your answer. [This is not an invitation for an'essay on demand curves;
the question is about this demand curve only] I
aid 4 (EL We Comtﬂi/ Mile, £14m“? Ifaa’ﬁv If?) t/th’é‘ ( a a w H) ‘ 1 E3 Seéﬁgfé‘t Wt 9&3; W am W m'iwté‘ﬂi 3’ w .2, gm t2? ﬂfﬂgﬁai NAME: '  ‘ '~ . STUDENT N0:_ 4. [18 marks] Given ' 2 1 an that I 18,313) I )
'7 and fHW) : .then, on the way to sketching the graph of y : f , justifying your answers, (a) ﬁnd all vertical and horizontal aysmptotes if any ' (b) (c) ﬁnd where f is concave up, concave down and all inﬂection points if any
i (C1 New sketch y z , shOWing all the features in_(a), (b) and‘gc). 06) ﬁnd Where f is increasing, decreasing and all relative extrema if any Question 4 continues 011 Page 11 Page 10 of 11 NAME: ‘  ' STUDENT NO: (BLA SHEET FOR QUESTION 4) Page 11 of 11 ...
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