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clearly. Circle your answers when appropriate. N0 calculators allowed. 1.(14 pts) Find parametric equations for the tangent line to the curve traced
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at the point (1,1,4). 2. (14 pts) Find an equation for the tangent plane to the surface 2 = 49:2 —xy
at the point (1, —1, 5) 3. (14 pts) The radius of a right circular cone is decreasing at the rate of 2
cm/ sec and the height is increasing at the rate of 4 cm/ sec. At what rate is
the volume changing at the instant when the height is 10 cm and the radius is 6 cm? (The volume of a cone with radius 7“ and height h is V = §7rr2h.) 4. (14 points) The temperature (in degrees Celsius) at a point ($,y,z) is
given by T(m, y, z) = sin(:c + y)ez. (Assume distance in 3—space is measured
in meters.) (a) A particle at the origin moves in the direction of the point (1, 0, 2). Does
the temperature increase or decrease in this direction? At what rate? (b) Find a unit vector in the direction the particle should move in order for
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