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Unformatted text preview: Math 1432 23986 Pam Balthazar pamb@math.uh.edu Homepage www.math.uh.edu/~pamb and click on Calculus 1432 Poppers start Wednesday. No class Monday. EMCFs (on CASA) start Wednesday and will be due Thursday at 2:00pm. 1. Find A) x 3 B) x 1 x3- C) x 3 3 ln D) 3 ln E) None of these x dy if y 3 dx = 2. Evaluate 4e e 1 dx x A) 3e ln B) 4 ln C) 3 4e- D) 2 15 16e E) None of these 3. Find y if x y e sin = . A) x x e 2 x sin cos B) ( 29 x x e sin cos C) ( 29 x 1 x e sin sin- D) x e 2 x cos E) none 4. Differentiate: 1 x y x- = . A) ( 29 x 1 x x-- B) 1 x 1 x x x x ln-- - C) ( 29 x x 1 x-- D) 1 x 1 x x- - E) none 5. Give the domain of the function g(x) = ln (1 3x) A. x > 0 B. x > 1/3 C. x < 1/3 D. x < 1/3 E. none of the above Exponential Growth and Decay Section 7.6 Suppose a culture of bacteria is growing in such a way that the change in the number of bacteria is proportional to the number present. The number of bacteria double every 200 minutes and there are currently 5000 bacteria in the culture. How many bacteria were present 2 hours ago? were present 2 hours ago?...
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