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Unformatted text preview: MATH 223 SECTION 12 - FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 Monday, October 12th, 2009 Name You must show all of your work in a. clear form to receive credit. l. The temperature (in degrees Celsius) in a. lake is given by T(a:, y, z) = my2 + .1136”. Fred the fish is at the point (1, 1, 0). (a) Will the temperature (instantaneously) increase or decrease if Red heads in the direction toward the point (3, —1,0)? [10 points] ,_ i” 5 ‘9 .- VT:(\\1+5X‘J \‘:+k2K1+2‘KJ\3 4' “[xe-v K =5 VTl‘J‘Cn =' + 2; +1. \4 c: 21-" w23 and..th “4,, 71% VTU.\;Q'¢= (5% =‘l70 =5 Jame- ..;.\\ RAMSCJ 2 MATH 223 SECTION 12 - FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 (b) Red is feeling toasty. Which direction should he head to decrease the temperature most rapidly? (Give your answer in the form of a vector.) [10 points] “I. skaJA W “N. ”W\‘«‘\A='l\?r2j "‘2 (c) If Fred heads in a direction that is 30 degrees from your answer to part (b), what would be the rate of change of temperature? [10 points] “WU-MON“? $27 '— ‘ .. i.- V - \\VT\\ @553 = -S-Sfi c.5550. MATH 223 SECTION 12 - FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 3 2. Use the contour of f (32,31) below to determine the sign (-4-, -, 0) of the following: [3 points each] 3. Consider the surface z = f(x, y) = 32:2 + y3 — 63y + 3 (:1) Find and classify any local extreme (min/max) values. [12 points] 4 MATH 223 SECTION 12 — FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 (b) Give an equation for the tangent plane at the point (1,1,1). [8 points] $K\‘-B=O , thr—3 —3~(‘r\ 2—\= (c) Give a vector that is normal to the surface at the point where :L' = 2, y = 1. (Note: your answer should be a. vector in 3-space). [8 points] ('— Ld: P A' Mr M..A\ Q (nah - 3 :sV—F= m‘h" £‘(7\\\Y +' 91(2\A (7L *qs""- 1 ‘Fl 3‘:— 3‘5 MATH 223 SECTION 12 — FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 5 4. Let f(a:,y) = zyz + ycos($), where m = 58‘ — :32 and y = 23 + t2. Find g at the point (s,t) = (1,0). [10 points] E a: 3K 2:5 7:35 3‘1 31 293 H +. 1. (1 6 MATH 223 SECTION 12 - FALL 2009 - EXAM 2 5. Electrical power is given by P(E, R) = 3%, where E is voltage (in volts) and R is resistance (in ohms). If E = 200 volts and R = 40 ohms, use differentials to estimate the change in electrical power if the voltage is decreased by 20 volts and the resistance is increased by 5 ohms. [10 points] a? sf. 6?: 3E Ag + 3% AR 6. Determine the sign (+, —, 0) of the following integral (Hint: you should not try to compute the integral) [10 points] fx2—di D ...
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