Worksheet 3.4
1. In which of the following cases can you use the Chain Rule? If you can use it, find the derivative.
a. h(m) = 5.32m + 5 hawks per m mice
m(x) = 10.32 + 54.3x +12.32x 2 mice per x acres of grass.
b. m(f) = 5.32m + 5 mice per f grams of foo
Worksheet 3.3-4.5
1. Find the derivative of 2.5ex
2. Find g(x) when g(x) = 2(5x)
3. Find the derivative for f(p) = (ln p)
4. Find p(x) when p(x) = 4x(ex)
5. Find the derivative of g(x) = (3x)(1+4x)-0.5
6. Given f(x) = g(h(x) = 5e(x+6)
a. Identify the outs
Homework 8
Sections 4.2-4.4 Relative and Absolute Extrema&Inf Pts
Due April 14, 2017, Canvas 3 pm
Score: _/20=_%
DIRECTIONS: ROUND ALL ANSWERS TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES.
1.
S( x) 0.03x2 5x 173.2
S( x)
million people
million US smokers
gives the number of smoker
Math 1020
Sections 3.1 Simple Derivatives
Find the slope (derivative) formula for each of the following. Use proper derivative notation.
Whenever there are units are in the problem, include OUTPUT units with your answer.
1. f (x ) = x 2 + 5
2. g (x ) = 6
Economics 211 Section 8 Roberts
Exam 2 Version A & B
Name: _ ANSWER KEY _
Print your name on this page and the scantron. On the scantron, mark the letter corresponding to the best answer.
If you (i) fail to answer a question, (ii) select the incorrect ans
Review Test 3 (and Final) sections 3.2-4.4
The following multiple choice questions are compiled questions from previous tests. For
most questions, you should answer the question first and then look at the multiple choices.
1. Consider a( x ) = b( x ) c( x
MATH 1020
TEST1 VERSION A
FALL 2016
Printed Name: _ Section #: _ Instructor:_
Please do not ask questions during this exam. If you consider a question to be ambiguous, state your
assumptions in the margin and do the best you can to provide the correct ans
Class Activity - It Is Just an Operating System!
Objectives
Describe the command structure of Cisco IOS software.
Background / Scenario
Imagine that you are employed as an engineer for a car manufacturing company. The company is currently
working on a new
Class Activity - Draw Your Concept of the Internet Now
Objectives
Identify the common components of a network.
Background / Scenario
In this activity, you will use the knowledge you have acquired throughout Chapter 1, and the modeling activity
document th
Lab - Researching Converged Network Services
Objectives
Part 1: Survey Your Understanding of Convergence
Part 2: Research ISPs Offering Converged Services
Part 3: Research Local ISPs Offering Converged Services
Part 4: Select Best Local ISP Converged Serv
Packet Tracer - Navigating the IOS
Topology
Objectives
Part 1: Establish Basic Connections, Access the CLI, and Explore Help
Part 2: Explore EXEC Modes
Part 3: Set the Clock
Background
In this activity, you will practice skills necessary for navigating th
Packet Tracer - Investigating the TCP/IP and OSI Models in Action
Topology
Objectives
Part 1: Examine HTTP Web Traffic
Part 2: Display Elements of the TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Background
This simulation activity is intended to provide a foundation for unders
Worksheet 2.2
1. Sketch a secant line for the points on the following graphs:
a.
b. What does the slope of a secant line represent?
2. Sketch tangent lines for the points on the following graphs
a.
b. What does the slope of a tangent line represent?
3. On
Worksheet 4.4
1. Label all points on the following graphs f(x): include inflection points, zero points, and
relative/absolute maximums and minimums.
2. Consider the following graphs to be the derivative f(x). Label the points that would be
relative maximu
Worksheet 4.5
1. C(x) = .053x + 12.30 dollars gives the cost of producing x pencils.
a. What is the cost for producing 1000 pencils? Write a sentence of interpretation.
b. How quickly is the cost changing when 1000 pencils are produced? Write a sentence o
Test 3A - MTH 1310
Dr. Graham-Squire, Fall 2012
Name:
I pledge that I have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.
(signature)
DIRECTIONS
1. Show all of your work and use correct notation. A correct answer with insucient
work
MiniTest 4A MTH 1310
Dr. GrahamSquire, Fall 2012
Name:
I pledge that i have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.
(signature)
DIRECTIONS
1. Show all of your work and use correct notation. A correct answer with insufcie
Test 2D - MTH 1310
Dr. Graham-Squire, Fall 2012
Name:
I pledge that I have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.
(signature)
DIRECTIONS
1. Show all of your work and use correct notation. A correct answer with insucient
work
Minitest 1A - MTH 1310
Dr. Graham-Squire, Fall 2012
Name:
I pledge that I have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.
(signature)
DIRECTIONS
1. Show all of your work and use correct notation. A correct answer with insucient
w
Quiz 40, Business Calculus
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1. (4 points) Let f = "2:3 + 3:1:2 + 243: 10. Find the following, and make sure to show your
work. I
I (a) The relative minimum of f, if one exists. Write your
MiniTest 4A - MTH 1310
Dr. Graham-Squire, Fall 2012
Name:
I pledge that I have neither given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this exam.
(signature)
DIRECTIONS
1. Show all of your work and use correct notation. A correct answer with insucient
w
Lab - Researching IT and Networking Job Opportunities
Objectives
Part 1: Research Job Opportunities
Part 2: Reflect on Research
Background / Scenario
Jobs in Information Technology (IT) and computer networking continue to grow. Most employers require some