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Unformatted text preview: Time: 2 hours Math 204 24/01/07
Final Exam
Fall Semester 06/07
Instructor: Mrs. Muna Jurdak Section 9: Thurs 3:30 pm. Section 10: Tues. 2:00 pm.
Section 11: Tues. 12:30 pm. Section 12: Tues. 11:00 am.
Instructions: 1. Write your name and ID number clearly where indicated. 2. Circle your section number above, according to the time of the problem
solving session in which you are enrolled. " 3. Solve the problems on this, the white guestion sheet. Use the colored
sheets for scratch work only. You may use the back of a white sheet to complete the solution of a problem.
4. Write your name on the colored scratch sheet also. 5. Show your work in all the problems.
6. If you fail to write your name, ID number, or to circle your section
number, you will lose grades. Problem Grade Problem Grade 7
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5 12
6 Final Exam Grade /100 l__~____________________________________________________l (8%) 1. Find the coordinates of all critical points of the following
function and determine the nature of each point. f(x,y) =x3 — y2 3x+4y 5 (7%) 2. Find the 4 secondorder partial derivatives for the function 5
F(x,y) = —f
y q
(8%) 3.Given the integral gm2 +1dx . (a)Approximate the a ove integral using the Rectangle Rule, with the
number of subintervals n = 4. (b) Approximate the above integral using Simpson’s Rule, also with _
n = 4. (12%) 4. Evaluate each integral: (a) x4(x5 —1)7dx (6%) 5. Find g(x), if g"(x) = 12x2+ ex , g'(0) =2, and g(0) = 5. (8%) 6. The solution to a system of equations having the matrix form — l
AX = B can be found by the matrix multiplication X =[_62 3711:] . What was the original system of equations? (Write the answer as a system of 2
equations with 2 unknowns.) Show your work. (13%) 7. A fair die is rolled 3 times. Let X be the number of 6’s obtained.
(a) Construct the probability distribution of X. (b) Find the probability that no more than two 6’s are obtained. (c ) Find the mean and standard deviation of the probability
distribution of the variable X. (7%) 8. Given the function z = f(x,y) = 25x2 y —10xy+ 200x — 500.
‘ (a) Find f(10,1). (b) Using a certain derivative, estimate the expected change in z, if y
increases by 1 unit, and x remains constant. (c) Compare the expected change found in (b) with the actual change
in 2, if y increases by 1 unit. (9%) 9. Referring to the following ﬁgure, set up the combinations of deﬁnite
integrals that would compute each of the following areas: VIA (a) Area of region P. (b) Area of region Q. (c) Area of region R. (8%) 10. A box contains a set of 30 balls: 20 red, 5 blue and 5 green in color.
Three balls are selected at random from the box, one at a time,
consecutively. What is the probability that the three balls are of three
different colors, (a) If the selection is done with replacement? Explain. (b) If the selection is done without replacement? Explain. (6%) 11. Find the area of the region bounded below by the curve y =x2 — 4,
above by the line y = 2 — x, and to the left by the yaxis. Draw a sketch. (8%) 12. The scores on a test are normally distributed, with a mean of 100
and a standard deviation of 15. If a personnel manager of a company, wishes
to select from the top 20% of the applicants who take the test, ﬁnd the cutoff
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