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Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences Midterm Tee ——— See @ MATABZ — Calculus for Management I Date: November 8, 2008 E. Moore
Duration: 106 minutes Examiners: R. Grinuell
P. Grover Signature: rIutorial Number (eg. TUT0032): Carefully circle the name of your Teaching Assistant: Talmage ADAMS Wenb'zn KONG Sean TRIM Eric CORLETT Carmen KU Alfred YlP Minn DANG Alex LUCAS ISan ZHANG Mikhail GUDEM Chris LUI Yichao ZHANG
Molu SHE Xiaocong HAN Read these instructions: 1. This midterm test has 10 numbered pages. It is your responsibility to check at the beginning of the test that all of these pages are included. 2. Answer all questions in the work space provided. If you need extra space use the back of a page and clearly indicate the location of your continuing work. oints will be awarded only for solutions that are correct, 3. For the Part B Questions, full p
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ulator. The following devices are forbidden: laptop 4. You may use one standard handmheld calc
phones, l—Pods, MPeS players or similar devices. computers, Blackberry or similar devices, cell 5. Extra paper, notes and textbooks are forbidden. 8 j SOMQ
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the response you think is correct. Each right answer earns 4 points and no answer / wrong answers
earn 0 points. Justiﬁcation is not required, but a small workspace is provided for your rough work. .1.
1. The séope of the tangent line to the curve y = x 2 5
:1: at the point where a: = 2 is (a) 3/2 (b) ~1/4 (C) 2 2. If p :2 ~2q + 80 is a. demand equation Where 0 < q < 40, then we have unit eiasticity at (a) no vsiue of g (b) q m 24 (c) q :3 16 q 2x 20 (e) a vaiue of q not given by (a)I (b), (e) or (d) * 3 w/ g M .5
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n i . (e) 2 (d) none of (a), (b) or (e). 4‘ For x > 0, let f(:z:) = ask Where k is a constant and 0 < I; < 1. We may conclude thet f ’(x) is decreasing on (0, oo) (o) ﬂm) is decreasing on (0,00) (10) f ’(m) is increasing on (0,00) (d) none of (a), (b) or (c) is true 1 3 VLF2" Hf a: 0
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F (ii) A function g is differentiable at 3 if and only if g is both continuous and positive at s. F: (iii) The domain of a function H is the same at the domain of the function H ’ . F (iv) If f ’(a) m 0 or f’(a,) is undeﬁned then f has a relative maximum or minimum at a. ({1} three (e) all four Part B w Full Solution Problem Solvirzg [8 points] rer ﬁnds that when 2, 500 calculators are produced per day, the average producw ‘2. A manufactu
$8.35 Based on this data, approximate tion cost is $31.50 and the marginal production cost is
to two (correctly rounded) decimals (a) the production cost of 2, 501 calculators per day E(;25w) ; ghee 3: C(ZSW’) [5 points] . i _
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