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13.The region bounded by thex-axis and the part of the graph ofcosyx²between2xº² ±2xº²is separated into two regions by the linexk². If the area of the region for2xkº±½½isthree times the area of the region for,2kxº½½thenkand=(A)1arcsin4!/"0#1(B)1arcsin3!/"0#1(C)(D)4º(E)36ºº
14.If the functionfis defined by51( )1,thenf xxf±²±, the inverse function off, is defined by1( )fx±²11±·
15.If( )fx¾and( )gx¾exist and( )( )fxgx¾¾for all realx, then the graph of( )yf x²and the graphof( )yg x²
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1969 AP Calculus AB: Section I16.Ifyis a function ofxsuch that0y¾ ¶for allxand0y¾¾ µfor allx, which of the following couldbe part of the graph of( )?yf x17.The graph of455yxx²±has a point of inflection at²only
18.If( )23f xx²·±for allx, then the value of the derivative( )fx¾at3x²is(A)1±(B)0(C)1(D)2(E)nonexistent
19.A point moves on thex-axis in such a way that its velocity at timet³´0tis given byln.tvAt what value oftdoesvattain its maximum?13t²v.
1969 AP Calculus AB: Section I20.An equation for a tangent to the graph ofarcsin2xy²at the origin isº±²
21.At0x², which of the following is true of the functionfdefined by22( )xf xxe±²·?
22.³´2lnxdedx²(A)21e(B)22e(C)2x(D)1(E)xx2
23.The area of the region bounded by the curve2xye², thex-axis, they-axis, and the line2xequal to²is11±

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Souvannarath
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Continuous function, Natural logarithm, Logarithm
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