HINTS FOR TEACHING CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS
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Chapter 13
THE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
13.1 Denitions of the Trigonometric Functions
17. Let = the angle with terminal side through (3; 4): Then x = 3; y = 4; and p p r = p x2 + y 2 = (3)2 + (4)2 = 25 = 5: 4 y = r 5 x 3 cos = = r 5 4 y tan = = x 3 sin = c
PRETESTS AND ANSWERS
CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS
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Pretest, Form A
1. Evaluate the expression x2 + 3y z 3 when x = 2, y = 3, and z = 1. Perform the indicated operations. 2. 2x2 3x + 7 5x2 8x 9 3. (y 4)2 4. (2x 1) x2 + 3x 4 5. (5a + 2b) (5a 2b) Factor e
CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS
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Pretest, Form B
Choose the best answer. 1. Evaluate the expression (a)
12 5 y2 z x2 +6
when x = 2, y = 4, and z = 8. (c) 12 (d)
4 5
1.
(b) 4
Perform the indicated operations. 2. x2 3x + 7 + 4x3 6x2 5x + 4 (a) 4x3 6x4 8x2 +
FINAL EXAMINATIONS AND ANSWERS
CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS
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Final Examination, Form A
1. Find the coordinates of the vertex of the graph of f (x) = 2x2 + 30x + 45. 2. Write the equation 2a = d using logarithms. 3. Graph the function y = log2 (x 3) + 4
ANSWERS TO FINAL EXAMINATIONS
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ANSWERS TO FINAL EXAMINATIONS
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=
314x1/2 y 14x3/2 +30x1/2 y2
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CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS
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Final Examination, Form B
Choose the best answer. 1. Find the coordinates of the vertex of the graph of f (x) = 2x2 + 10x 17. (a) 5 59 , 2 2 (b) 5 59 , 2 2 (c) (5, 42) (d) (5, 42) 1.
2. Write the equation mp = q using loga
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Introductory Organic Chemistry
2323.003
Rearrangments, E1 Reactions and
Reaction Comparisons
Prof. Christina Thompson
October 11th, 2016
Lecture 15
Rearrangements
Carbocations can rearrange to form a more stable
carbocation.
Move the smallest group on t
Introductory Organic Chemistry
2323.003
Review for Exam 1
Prof. Christina Thompson
September 20th 2016
Lecture 9
EXAM 1
Will Cover Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 5
(NOT CHAPTER 4)
EXAM WILL OCCUR IN ROOM:
HH 2.402
(the big auditorium)
Quiz 2 Results
Average ~39
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Chapter 11
PROBABILITY AND CALCULUS
11.1 Continuous Probability Models
3. f (x) = 12 x ; [1; 4] 21 Since x2 0; f (x) 0 on [1; 4]: 1 21 Z
1 4
1 1 1. f (x) = x ; [2; 5] 9 18 Show that condition 1 holds. Since 2 x 5; 2 1 5 x 9 9 9 1 1 1 1 x : 6 9 18 2 Hence,
Chapter 1
LINEAR FUNCTIONS
8. 4x + 7y = 1
1.1
Slopes and Equations of Lines
Rewrite the equation in slope-intercept form. 7y = 1 4x 1 1 1 (7y) = (1) (4x) 7 7 7 14 y= x 77 4 1 y = x+ 7 7 The slope is 4 : 7 9. x = 5 This is a vertical line. The slope is und
Chapter 2
NONLINEAR FUNCTIONS
9. y = 2x + 3
2.1
Properties of Functions
x y
2 1
1 1
0 3
1 5
2 7
3 9
1. The x-value of 82 corresponds to two y-values, 93 and 14. In a function, each value of x must correspond to exactly one value of y: The rule is not a fu
Chapter 3
THE DERIVATIVE
3.1 Limits
f (x) does not exist. The answer is c. 2. Since lim f (x) = lim f (x) = 1; +
x!2 x!2 x!2 x!2 x!2+ x!2
8. (a) By reading the graph, as x gets closer to 3 from the left or right, g(x) gets closer to 2. lim g (x) = 2
1. Si
Chapter 5
GRAPHS AND THE DERIVATIVE
5.1 Increasing and Decreasing Functions
(a) increasing on (1; 1) and (b) decreasing on (1; 1): 2. By reading the graph, f is (a) increasing on (1; 4) and (b) decreasing on (4; 1): 3. By reading the graph, g is (a) incre
Chapter 7
INTEGRATION
Z
7.1
Antiderivatives
10.
(5x2 6x + 3) dx Z =5 = = x2 dx 6 Z x dx + 3 Z x0 dx
1. If F (x) and G(x) are both antiderivatives of f (x), then there is a constant C such that F (x) G(x) = C: The two functions can dier only by a constant.
Chapter 8
FURTHER TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATION
Z
8.1
Z 1.
Integration by Parts
xex dx and u = x: dv = ex dx Z Then v = ex dx and du = dx: Let v = ex Use the formula Z u dv = uv Z xex dx = xex Z ex dx = xex ex + C Z Z (x + 6)ex dx Let dv = ex
Chapter 9
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
9.1 Functions of Several Variables
p 9(1000) + 5(0) (c) f (1000; 0) = log 1000 p 9000 = 3 p = 10 10 q 1 9 10 + 5(5) 1 ;5 = (d) f 1 10 log 10 p 25:9 = 1 p = 25:9 5. x + y + z = 9 If x = 0 and y = 0; z = 9: If x = 0 and z =
Chapter 10
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
10.1 Solutions of Elementary and Separable Dierential Equations
5. y dy = x2 dx Separate the variables and take antiderivatives. Z Z y dy = x2 dx x3 y2 = +K 2 3 2 y 2 = x3 + 2K 3 2 y 2 = x3 + C 3 6. dy = x2 x dx y dy = (x
Introductory Organic Chemistry
2323.003
Intermediate Stability,
The Hammond Postulate and Carbon Ions
Prof. Christina Thompson
September 27th, 2016
Lecture 11
Exam 1
Average Score = 179
(72%)
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last years class
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