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Unformatted text preview: BALL 95:49 MATH 3 EARLY FINAL 1217/2004 Instructor: Frank Béiuerle, Ph.D. No books, graphing utilities or notes allowed. Show your
work. Show your work. Show your work. Your Name: *0 Your TA:
Max Your score
Problem 1: 10
Problem 2: 10
Problem 3: 15
Problem 4: 10
Problem 5: 10
Problem 6: 10
Problem 7: 10
Problem 8: 20
Problem 9 10 Problem 10: 20
Problem 11: 15
Problem 12: 20
Problem 13: 15
Problem 14: 10
Problem 15: 10
Extra Cr 16: 10 TOTAL: 7 205 Relax, good luck, have a great winter break. 1. (10 points) Use the reference angle principle to get the exact value of the following: (a)sin225° : _ gang—5Q h I E ’l‘ T 2, (371T “flew
owshl 2. (10 points) Give a table that gives the exact values AND decimal approximations, rounded
to the nearest hundredth, for sin a,cosa and tana for cr = 0°,cr = 30°, or = 45°,a = 60°
and a: = 90°. Also give the radian measures of all the angles. 33‘” lam M lo ya +9 mle 3. (15 points) Consider the function ﬁx) 2 2 cos[2;z: + Find the following: 1 (b) (2 points) The period of f. (7.2
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(e) (4 polnts) Now graph g(:c) = 2sec(21: + into the same coordinate system above. 4. (10 points) Give the exact values of the following by using (and drawing 1) the appropriate triangles:
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~ equation arctan(x) + 1 = 1. What are the exact values of all solutions ? X=0 6. (10 points) Find all solutions for the following equations:  1
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50 feet away from the building, the angles of elevation to the top and the bottom of the ﬂag
are 15° and 12° respectively. Find the height of the ﬂag. ti goal: moi x mum = h :7 lthUtﬂulZC‘
BO 1‘ gO‘tcmlSO :: gOEamfzoi—X ‘ x: 90 (tango reams?) x 9,77 13+ 8. (20 points) Consider the function f(3:) = ln($ + 1) (a) (5 points) Show that the function ﬁns) is onetoone. (You can do this algebraically or graphically)
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container. How long must one wait until only 2 kg of the substance is left '? Hint: First use the halflife T to compute k for which you can use the following half—life formula: k = r—l—IlT—Q.
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1Q (MW AQLLOWIWM) ((1) Find t e horizontal asymptote. 1 _
i¥=ll 91w {a} 9:35 :4 {iv (mg/c X (6) Where oes the graph intersect the horizontal agkyrznptote ? 1
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