Test 4_FA09

Test 4_FA09 - . Is your estimate less than or greater than...

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MTH 1321 Test 4 : Section 4.9, Chapter 5 Name: ______________________________ You may utilize your notes, textbook, instructor, and/or a calculator to assist you in completing this exam, but NOT the expertise of others. Work with integrity to complete each problem carefully and thoroughly. Solutions must exhibit a clear, complete line of reasoning in order to receive full credit. Turn in these pages with any accompanying work. due by 1:00pm on Tuesday, 8 Dec 2009 Honor Pledge : “On my honor, this is my personal work and I have neither copied answers from any other student nor solicited any kind of assistance from any person other than the instructor.” Signature: ______________________________
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1 1. Estimate the area between the graph of and the -axis on the interval a. by finding . Is your estimate less than or greater than the actual area? b. by finding
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Unformatted text preview: . Is your estimate less than or greater than the actual area? 2 2. Assume , , and . Find each of the following or say not enough information given . Be sure in each case to show appropriate steps or justification. a. b. c. d. 3 3. Evaluate each of the following. a. b. c. 4. Evaluate using -substitution. a. b. 4 5. Water flows into a reservoir at a rate of gallons per hour. Since there is a tiny hole in the reservoir, the water leaks out at a rate of gallons per hour. What is the net change in the amount of water in the reservoir over the time interval ? 6. The graph of is obtained by reflecting the graph of through as shown for the two functions below. Let and denote the shaded areas in the figure. Circle the letter beside the true statement below and give a brief explanation of that choice. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E)...
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