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Honors Calc 1 MAC3472 3203 Exam A Prof. JLF King 13Apr2010 Note. This is an open brain, open HHA, closed book Write expressions unambiguously e.g, “1 /a + b ” should be bracketed either [1 /a ] + b or 1 / [ a + b ]. ( Be careful with negative signs! ) A1: z Prof. King wears glasses. ± ² ³ ´ Circle one: True. Yes. Who? a log 9 ( 3) = ............................... . d d θ ± θ 3 · sin( θ ) ² = .............................. . b Suppose h is a diﬀerentiable, invertible fnc; let F denote its inverse fnc. Suppose that h (2) = 3 , h (3) = 5 , h (5) = 1 / 3 , h 0 (2) = 8 , h 0 (3) = - 7 , h 0 (5) = 11 . Then F 0 (3) = . c lim t 0 3 - t - 3 t = ...................... . [ Hint: 3 - t + 3. ] A2: Stacie and Sameer are at 13 th St. and Uni- versity Ave. At noon Stacie starts walking west at 4 mph whereas Sameer runs north at 8 mph . After 15 minutes, let R denote the rate at which the dis- tance between them is changing, and let D denote the distance between them. Then D = ........... mi , R = ..................... mph . A3: Let Q 1 Q 2 be the two points ( named so
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Unformatted text preview: that x 1 < x 2 ) on the parabola ± ² ³ ´ x 2 = y + 5 whose tangent line hits the point P := (3 , 0). Then Q 1 =( , ) & Q 2 =( , ). Carefully graph the parabola and plot P . Mark where Q 1 & Q 2 ought to appear by draw-ing the tangent lines. Label everything! Now write-up your solution in essay form , in complete English sentences, each starting with a capitalized word and ending with a visible period ( or “!” or “?” ). End of Exam A Print name .......................................... Ord: A1: 160pts A2: 70pts A3: 105pts Total: 335pts Honor Code: “I have neither requested nor re-ceived help on this exam other than from my professor (or his colleague) .” Signature: ...................................... Filename: Classwork/1Calculus/a.inc.latex As of: Sunday 28Oct2001 . Typeset: 13Apr2010 at 22:48 ....
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## This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course MAC 3472 taught by Professor Jury during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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