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4.7 Practice
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1. A rectangle is to be inscribed in a semicircle of radius 2. What is the largest area the rectangle can
have, and what are its dimensions?
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Thursday, November 10, 2016
Math 180, Prof. Beydler
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Math 180 Prof. Beydler
4.5 Practice
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1. Find the domain, intercepts, asymptotes, local extrema, and inflection points, and sketch the
2 2
graph of ( ) = 2 1
Math 180
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4.5 Practice
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Math 180 Prof. Beydler
4.1 Practice
1. Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of () = 2 2 on [1, 2].
2. Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of () = 9 2 on [3, 2].
1
3. Determine all critical numbers for () = + 4 2 .
Q: Wha
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
4.4 Practice
1. Use LHospitals Rule to find the following limit.
1 + 1
0
lim
2. Find the following limit.
lim 2
3. Find the following limit.
lim+ ln
0
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4. Find the following limit.
lim 1
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Thursday, September 15, 2016
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Thursday, October 27, 2016
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Thursday, September 29, 2016
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Math 180 Prof. Beydler
4.2 Practice
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1. Verify that () = 23 satisfies the hypotheses of the Mean Value Theorem on [0, 1]. Then find
all numbers that satisfy the conclusion of the Mean Value Theorem.
2. Show that the function () = + + 1 6 has ex
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Thursday, October 13, 2016
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Thursday, November 10, 2016
Math 180, Prof. Beydler
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4.9 Practice
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
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1. Find the most general antiderivative of ( ) = 3 ( 7 3 4 + + 4). (Hint: distribute first)
5
3
2. Find the most general antiderivative of ( ) = 4 sec tan 3 + .
3. Find if ( ) = 3 2 + 5.
3
4. Find if ( ) = 1
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
3.7 Practice
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1. The position of a particle is given by the equation () = 3 9 2 + 24 + 1 (where 0 is
measured in seconds and is measured in meters).
a) What is the velocity after 1 second?
b) When is the particle at rest?
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
3.1/3.2 Practice
1. Find the first and second derivatives of = 4 2 + 2 3 .
2. Find the derivative of = 3 32 + 2 4 2
3. Find the derivative of = ( + 2)( 2 4)
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3.1/3.2 Practice
Math 180
5
4. Differentiate ( ) = 2 3
Q: What
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
3.5 Practice
1. Find given that 3 + 3 + cos = 2 .
2. Find an equation of the tangent line to 2 3 + 2 = 3 at (1,1).
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3.5 Practice
Math 180
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3. Find the derivative of = sec 1 (3 2).
2
4. Find the derivative of =
3.3 Practice
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
Page 1 of 2
1. Find when = sin cos .
2. Find when = cos .
3. Find when = cot 3/2 + .
4. Find when =
sin +cos +1
sin
. (Hint: simplify first)
5. Find an equation for the tangent line of = (sin + cos ) sec at ( 4 , 2). (
3.9 Practice
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
4
1
1. If 2 3 = 27 and = 2, then what is when = 2?
2. A cubes surface area increases at the rate of 72 in 2/sec. At what rate is the cubes volume
changing when the edge length is = 3 in?
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Math 180
3.9 Practic
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
3.4 Practice
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1. Find the derivative of (5 3 4 )7.
2. Differentiate = sin6 .
3. Find the derivative of = 3+1 .
4. Find . (Use the Chain Rule for practice, though you can check your work with the Quotient Rule.)
1
= (12)3
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
3.6 Practice
1. Find the derivative of = ln .
2. Find the derivative = cos(log 2 ( 5 + 1).
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Math 180
3.6 Practice
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3. Use logarithmic differentiation to find the derivative of with respect to .
(2 + 1)3
=
2
Q
3.11 Practice
Math 180 Prof. Beydler
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1. Find the derivative of = ln(cosh ).
1
2. Find the derivative of = 2 tanh .
3. Find the derivative of = tanh1 (sin ).
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Math 181 Exam III Past Exam Questions
1) A curve is given parametrically by
. Find all points with a vertical tangent
x sin 2t , y 2 sin t , 0 t 2
line and a horizontal tangent line.
2) Sketch the parametric equations
x cos 2t , y sin t , 0 t
cos2t)
3) F
Math 180 Lecture Note for
3. 6 Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions
Derivative at.
y=lnx y
a y=logax
Chain Rule:
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(a) y = ln(2_x)
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Math 180 Lecture Note
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