Take Home Final Exam Review Sheet -Calculus I
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1. Find the rst and the second derivative for
1=3
(a) f (x) = x2=3 (5 x)
x
(b) f (x) = p
x2 + 1
2. Find the equations of both lines through the point (2; 3) that are tang
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1.8: Continuity of a Function
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1.8: Continuity of a Function (Homework)
Current Score : 16.01 / 20
Andrea Morsiquillo
Math 265, section 26052 and 26054, Fall 2017
Instructor: Humberto Raya-Mendoza
Due : Monday, September 18 2017 11:59 P
Winter 2017 CS 32
Homework 1 FAQ
For problem 3 (and 5), what's an easy way to flip my test routine between testing a Sequence of std:strings and a Sequence of unsigned longs?
Here's one technique that lets you flip by commenting out or uncommenting just o
Homework 1 Test Data
As the syllabus said, not every problem of every homework will necessarily be graded. For this homework, we primarily graded problems 3 and 5, although you lost 20 points if your ScoreList in Problem 4 was not implemented using a Sequ
Winter 2017 CS 32
Homework 1 Solution
Problems 1, 2, and 3
Problem 4
Problem 5
Problems 1, 2, and 3:
In this solution, the functions with small, fast implementations are inlined. Alternatively, the inline keyword can be removed and the function definition
UCLA Computer Science Department
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Student Name and ID _
CS 32, WINTER 2015, PRACTICE FINAL EXAM.
Problem #
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UCLA Computer Science Department
TA: Kung-Hua Chang
Student Name and ID _
CS 32, WINTER 2015, PRACTICE FINAL EXAM.
Problem #
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1. (15 points) Find an equation of the line tangent to the curve x2 y xy 2 = 2 at the point(1, 1).
(a) (5 points) Find an expression for y .
d 2
[x xy 2 = 2]
dx
d 2
d
d
(x y)
(xy 2 ) =
(2)
dx
dx
dx
2xy + x2 y (y 2 + x(2y)y ) = 0
y =
y2
x2
2xy
2xy
(b) (
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credit is only awarded to work shown that will eventually lead to the correct solution. The points
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1. The region, R, shown below, is bounded by the curves y = x2 /4, y = 2x2 , and y = x + 3.
Let S be the solid generated by revolving the region R about the x-axis.
(a) (10) Compute the area o