Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 4 Solutions
February 17, 2006
QUIZ 4 SOLUTIONS
(1) (10 pts) Using the power rule, we have
d
x7 + 3x2 + 1 = 7x6 + 6x
dx
(2) (10 pts) Using the power rule and the rules we have for evaluating derivatives of trigs, we have
1
d
x +
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
Many people nowadays spend too much money on their pets (dogs, cats, or
other animals), although there are better uses for this money.
Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
There i
The reading holds that zebra mussels are exert negative impact on freshwater fishes
population and it is impossible to prevent them from to invite new lands, which is
contradicted by the listening.
The author presents, in the past, mussels invasion cannot
Name:
App. Writing & Research
W & R Book Club: Les Miserables
* Pre-Research Guide *
Use Sparknotes (www.sparknotes.com) to gather information about the following topics:
Author
Name
Lifespan (year born year died)
and Birthplace
Family Info.
How did they
Applied W & R (Davies)
Les Miserables
Name
Pronunciations in Les Misrables (Lay Mizehrahb)
Students at the ABC Cafe:
The Characters:
Jean Vaijean
Zshan Val-zshan
Courfeyrac
Ko-fer- ak
Javert
Jah-ver
Feuilly
Fooee
Cosette
Ko-zet
Fantine
Fahn-teen
Marius
Ma
Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 3
February 10, 2006
QUIZ 3
Instructions: Complete the following problems. Be sure to show your work when you make signicant leaps
in problem solving. Answers which are not accompanied by justication will receive little or no cred
Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 1 Solutions
January 20, 2006
QUIZ 1 SOLUTIONS
Instructions: Complete the following problems. Be sure to show your work when you make signicant leaps
in problem solving. Answers which are not accompanied by justication will receiv
Math 19, Winter 2006
Homework 1 Solutions
January 21, 2006
HOMEWORK 1 SOLUTIONS
(21) Find the inverse of f (x) = 10 3x.
Solution. Since we are given y = 10 3x, solving for f 1 (x) amounts to using our recipe: exchange
the role of y and x in the equation,
Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 5
February 24, 2006
QUIZ 5
Instructions: Complete the following problems. You may use the derivative shortcuts developed in class to
answer these problems, though you are encouraged to show as much work as possible so that partia
Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 2
January 27, 2006
QUIZ 2
Instructions: Complete the following problems. Be sure to show your work when you make signicant leaps
in problem solving. Answers which are not accompanied by justication will receive little or no credi
Math 19, Winter 2006
Homework 3 Solutions
February 2, 2006
HOMEWORK 3 SOLUTIONS
1+h1
.
h
Solution. As h 0, both the numerator and the denominator approach 0, so I know I have to do a little
work to evaluate this limit. This type of problem usually require
Math 19, Winter 2006
Midterm 2
March 3, 2006
MIDTERM 2
Complete the following problems. You may use any result from class you like, but if you cite a theorem
be sure to verify the hypotheses are satised.
This is a closed-book, closed-notes exam. No calc
Math 19, Winter 2006
Homework 2 Solutions
January 27, 2006
HOMEWORK 2 SOLUTIONS
(2.2.2) Explain what it means to say that
lim f (x) = 3
x1
and
lim f (x) = 7.
x1+
In this situation is it possible that limx1 f (x) exists? Explain.
Solution. To say limx1 f (
Math 19, Winter 2006
Midterm 1 Solutions
February 3, 2006
MIDTERM 1 SOLUTIONS
Complete the following problems. You may use any result from class you like, but if you cite a theorem
be sure to verify the hypotheses are satised.
This is a closed-book, clo
Math 19, Winter 2006
Quiz 6 Solutions
March 10, 2006
QUIZ 6 SOLUTIONS
Instructions: Complete the following problems. You may use the derivative shortcuts developed in class to
answer these problems, though you are encouraged to show as much work as possib
2
I will soon have to choose between two universities that have accepted
me. The first is a large one in a big city ( ) the other one is in a small one
in a little town, both offering some real benefits and drawbacks.
Going to the large one appeals to me