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Math 1314
Daily Poppers 013
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1.
The last topic we covered before spring break was
A.
birds
B.
chocolate chip cookies
C.
curve sketching
D.
quantum physics
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Today is
A.
Monday
B.
Tuesday
C.
Wednesday
D.
Thursday
E.
Friday
3.
Write an equation of a tangent line to the graph of
2
( )
5
1
f x
x
x
=

+
at the point (2, 0).
A.
2
y
x
=  +
B.
2
y
x
=
+
C.
2
y
x
=  
D.
2
y
x
=

E.
None of the above
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Find the derivative:
2
6000
( )
4
f x
x
x
=
+
A.
8
6000
x
+
B.
2
6000
8
x
x
+
C.
6000
8
x
x

D.
2
6000
8
x
x

E.
None of the above
5.
Suppose
2
( )
8
5
f x
x
x
=

+
.
Find all values of
x
for which
'( )
10
f x
=
.
A.
18
B.
2
C.
9
D.
9
E.
None of the above
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Suppose
3
2
( )
5
6
f x
x
x
x
=

+
.
Which of these is a
zero of the function?
A.
2
B.
2
C.
3
D.
6
E.
None of the above
7.
The number of pieces of direct mail delivered by
the USPS in the Houston area is approximated by the
function
2
( )
1.25
0.2
9
P x
x
x
=

+
where x represents
time in years and
( )
P x
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course MATH 1314 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston.
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