Week 9 Overview
My reviews and review sheets are not meant to be your only form of studying. It is vital to your success on
the exams that you carefully go through and understand ALL the homework prob
Overview of 3.9: Related Rates
Idea: In a given scenario, it is sometimes common that the rate of change of one quantity is known
(or can be found). If we know the relationships between the quantities
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Math1550. Solutions: Test 2 - Salmon
1. Find a parabola with equation y = ax2 + bx + c that has slope 4 at x = 1, slope 16 at x = 1,
and passes through the point (1, 2).
Sol
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The Medical Review Article: State of the Science
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Math 124 (Pezzoli)
Fall 2015
Midterm #2 (80 points)
Name
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Section:
Instructions:
Your exam should contain 4 problems and 5 pages; please make sure you have a complete exam.
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Solutions to Math124Winter16 Final
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1
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(d) x1 + x ln sin x
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2x ln(tan x) + x tan x
2. (a) Y = 2X
(b) increasing
(c) t2 = 1
(d) The speed is greater at t =
Math 124 Midterm #2 Autumn 2013 (Collingwood)
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Math 113 HW #5 Solutions
3.1
22. Differentiate the function
y=
x(x 1)
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y = x x x = x3/2 x1/2 .
Then, using the power rule,
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Math 124
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by
Neal Koblitz
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Printed on November 29, 2000
Contents
Preface Advice for Students
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Chapter 1. Straight Lines, Polygonal Lines, Slo
SECTION
1. Define: (a )map prOngtion (,9) topography,
(c) vegetation, (d) mountain (e) elevation,
(f)hill, (g) plain, (h) plateau, (i)climate.
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Parametric Equations
Typical, high school pre-calculus and algebra courses only discuss parametric equations lightly and focus
on the fundamental functions (polynomials, exponentials, trig, etc.) and
Derivatives Practice
With the techniques we have developed, we can now dierentiate almost any functions we encounter by
using some combination of known rules. Below is a large collection of derivative
Week 7 Overview
My reviews and review sheets are not meant to be your only form of studying. It is vital to your success on
the exams that you carefully go through and understand ALL the homework prob
Week 5 Overview
My reviews and review sheets are not meant to be your only form of studying. It is vital to your success on
the exams that you carefully go through and understand ALL the homework prob
Math 124 Winter 2013 Final Exam
Final Time: Saturday, March 16th
1:30-4:20pm
Location:
PAA A102 (Physics/Astronomy)
3 buildings west (and slightly south)
of the fountain.
Rules:
Allowed a scientific c
THE FINAL EXAM IS
SAT, MARCH 16 FROM 1:30-4:20pm.
THE LOCATION IS PAA A102.
CHAPTER 2:
2.1: Introduction to tangents and velocity.
2.2: Introduction to limits (making a table).
2.3: Using algebra to d
OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM SET UP
1. Basic finding numbers examples:
From HW:
Find two numbers whose difference is 188 and
whose product is a minimum.
From old Final:
The product of two positive numbers is
Week 8 Overview
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Math 124 Exam 1 Review
Covers HW 1-4 which includes:
Ch. 1, Ch. 2, and 3.1-3.4
Allowed:
One 8.5 by 11 inch sheet of handwritten
notes (front and back)
A scientific calculator (no graphing, no cell
p