165E3-F2007

165E3-F2007 - MA 165 EXAM 3 Fall 2007 Page 1/4 NAME...

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Unformatted text preview: MA 165 EXAM 3 . Fall 2007 Page 1/4 NAME Ill—digit PUID RECITATION INSTRUCTOR ___ - RECITATION TIME DIRECTIONS 1. 9° (10) 1. (10) 2. Write your name, 10-digit PUID, recitation instructor’s name and recitation time in the space provided above. Also write your name at the top of pages 2, 3 and 4. The test has four (4) pages, including this one. Write your ansWers in the boxes provided. You must show sufﬁcient work to justify all answers unless otherwise stated in the problem. Correct answers with inconsistent work may not be given credit. Please write neatly. Remember, if we cannot read your work and follow it logically, you may receive no credit. Credit for each problem is given in parentheses in the left hand margin. No books, notes, calculators, or any electronic devices may be used on this exam. Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of the function f(a:) = 5% on the interval [—2,4]. abs. max. abs. min. Suppose that the function f is continuous on [—3, 5] and diﬂerentiable on (—3, 5). If f (5) = 12 and —1 S f’ (51:) S 2 for :L‘ E (—‘3, 5), what is the smallest possible value of f(*3)? MA 165 EXAM 3 Fall 2007 Page 2/4 Name: (6) 3. Circle the correct answer in each of the boxes. Suppose that f” is continuous near 3, f” (3) = 0, and f’ changes sign from positive to negative at 3. Using the ﬁrst derivative test second derivative test we conclude that f has a local maximum at 3 a local'minimum at 3 .' no local maximum or minimum at 3 (6) 4. Find the az—coordinates of the inﬂection points of the graph of f (x) = 3x5 —5:174+2a:+1. x: (24) 5. Find each of the following as a real number, +00, ~00, or write DNE (does not exist). (a) lim (111\$? \$—)OO :L' (d) lim (1 — 233% x—)O+ MA 165 ' EXAM 3 Fall 2007 ' Page 3/4 Name: 33—1 (18) 6. Let f (:17) = \$2 . Give all the requested information and sketch the graph of the function on the axes below. Give both coordinates of the intercepts, local extrema and points of inﬂection, and give an equation for each asymptote. Write NONE Where appropriate. 3/ symmetry . horizontal asymptotes vertical asymptotes ’ i intervals of increase ’ intervals of decrease local maxima intervals of concave down l:::l intervals of concave up l::::| points of inﬂection :: MA 165 EXAM 3 Fall 2007 Page 4/4 Name: (14) 7. A box with square base must have a volume of 20 ft3. The material for the base costs 30 cents/fizz, the material for the sides costs 10 cents/ftz, and the material for the top costs 20 cents/ftz. Determine the dimensions of the box that can be constructed at minimum cost. (Let 3: denote the length of a side of the base and y denote the height of the box). (6) 8. Find the most general antiderivative of 2 \/1—\$2 f(a:) = sinx+ 36\$ — (6) 9. Find f(t) if f’(t) = 2cost+seczt, —% < t < %, and ﬁg) 2 4. ...
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