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1 QUICK MENTAL CALCULATION 1.1 APPROXIMATIONS
1 QUICK MENTAL CALCULATION
1.1 APPROXIMATIONS
There are many times you may benet from using mental calculations and app
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ECOLE HOTELIERE
LAUSANNE
Since 1893
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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EXERCISES
Mario SOFIA
Lausanne 201 3
Haute Ecole Spcialise University of Applied Sciences
de Suisse occidentale Western Switzerland 1 QUIC
C01S0M.045: Suppose that a, b, and c are arbitrary real numbers. Then
|a + b + c| = |(a + b) + c|
|a + b| + |c|
|a| + |b| + |c| .
.
C01S0M.046: Suppose that a and b are arbitrary real numbers. Then |a
Thus the vertex of this parabola is at the point (2, 4).
C01S0M.041: The graph has a vertical asymptote at x = 5 and is shown next.
20
10
-8
-6
-4
-2
-10
-20
C01S0M.042: The graph has vertical asympto
y 2 = 8 + 2x x2 ;
x2 2x + 1 + y 2 = 9;
(x 1)2 + (y 0)2 = 32 .
The last is the equation of a circle with center (1, 0) and radius 3. But y
half of that circle, and it is shown in Fig. 1.MP.10.
0, so th
y (5) =
1
(x 0);
2
alternatively,
2y + 10 = x.
C01S0M.022: The equation 3x 2y = 4 of the other line may be written in the form y = 3 x 2, revealing
2
that it and L have slope 3 . Hence an equation of
Answer:
V
A(V ) = 4
1 /3
V
r=
and so
A = 4
V
2/3
.
2 /3
,
0 < V < + .
It is permissible, and sometimes desirable, to use instead the domain 0
V < + .
C01S0M.017: The following gure shows an equilatera
C01S0M.012: If 70
F
32 + 9 C
5
90, then 70
90. Hence
70 32
9
5C
90 32;
38
9
5C
58;
190
9C
290;
190
9
C
290
9.
Answer: The Celsius temperature ranged from a low of about 21.1 C to a high of about 32.2
Chapter 1 Miscellaneous Problems
C01S0M.001: The domain of f (x) =
interval [4, + ).
x 4 is the set of real numbers x for which x 4
0; that is, the
C01S0M.002: The domain of f consists of those real n
C01S04.048: We began with the viewing window 2 x 2, which showed the two smaller solutions but
not the larger solution. We rst narrowed this window to 0.9054 x 0.9052 to get the rst solution,
x 0.9053
C01S04.032: Recommended window: 5
x
5. The graph makes it evident that the equation has
exactly three solutions (approximately 3.63796, 1.86236, and 0.88947).
C01S04.033: Recommended window: 5
x
exact
f (g (x) = f (cos x) = cos x and
g (f (x) = g x = cos x .
C01S04.017: If f (x) = sin x and g (x) = x3 , then
f (g (x) = f x3 = sin x3 = sin x3
and
3
g (f (x) = g (sin x) = (sin x) = sin3 x.
We note i
C01S04.010: The graph of g (x) = sin 10x resembles that of the sine function, but with much more
activity because of the factor 10. Multiply by the rapidly decreasing positive numbers 2x and you will
Section 1.4
C01S04.001: Because g (x) = 2x increasesrst slowly, then rapidlyon the set of all real numbers, with
values in the range (0, + ), the given function f (x) = 2x 1 must increase in the same
gure.
1
0.8
0.6
c = 5
0.4
0.2
c=5
-3
-2
-1
1
2
3
C01S03.037: As c increases the graph becomes wider and taller; its shape does not seem to change very
much.
C01S03.038: The length of the airfoil is ap
C01S03.032: The graph starts with two bends when c = 5. As c increases the bends become narrower
and narrower and disappear when c = 0. Then the graph gets steeper and steeper. See the following gure.
C01S03.017: The domain of f (x) = x x + 2 is the interval [2, + ), so its graph must be the one
shown in Fig. 1.3.38.
C01S03.018: The domain of f (x) = 2x x2 consists of those numbers for which 2x x2
(f + g )(x) =
f
(x) =
g
x2
1
+1+
,
4 x2
x2 + 1
4 x2 =
x2 + 1
(f g )(x) =
,
4 x2
and
4 + 3x2 x4 .
C01S03.006: The domain of f is the set of all real numbers other than 2 and the domain of g is the se
Section 1.3
C01S03.001: The domain of f is R, the set of all real numbers; so is the domain of g , but g (x) = 0 when
x = 1 and when x = 3. So the domain of f + g and f g is the set R and the domain o
the vertical axis are degrees Fahrenheit. Remember that these are average daily temperatures; it is not
uncommon for a winter low in Athens to be below 28 F and for a summer high to be as much as 92 F
average of these is 1.65 (to two places) and should be a good estimate of the true value of c. Alternatively,
you can use a computer algebra program to nd c; in Mathematica, for example, the command F
[ x 8] = 1, $1.60 if [ x 8] = 2, and so on. But this isnt quite rightwe are using the Floor function of
Section 1.1, whereas we should really be using the Ceiling function. By the result of Problem 51
60t
x(t) = 60 60t
60t 60
if 0 t 0.5,
if 0.5 < t 1,
if 1 < t 3.
The graph of x(t) is shown next.
120
100
80
60
40
20
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
C01S02.077: Initially we work in units of pages and cents (to av
t = 1, as the automobile cannot suddenly jump from one position to a completely dierent position in an
instant. Hence 45 = 75 + C , so that C = 30. Therefore
x(t) =
45t
75t 30
if 0 t
if 1 < t
1;
2.
To
C01S02.066: Recall that the area of the rectangle is given by y = A(x) = x(50 x). To maximize A(x) we
nd the vertex of the parabola: y = 50x x2 = (x2 50x) = (x2 50x + 625 625) = (x 25)2 + 625.
Because
C01S02.048: Given: f (x) = | x 3 |. If x 0 then f (x) = x 3, so the graph of f consists of the straight
line through (3, 0) with slope 1 for x 3. If x < 0 then f (x) = x + 3, so the graph of f consist
C01S02.039: Note that f (x) > 0 for all x other than x = 1, where f is not dened. If | x | is large, then
f (x) is near zero, so the graph of f almost coincides with the x-axis for such x. If x is ver
C01S02.035: To graph f (x) = x2 9, note that there is no graph for 3 < < 3, that f (3) = 0, and
x
that f (x) > 0 for x < 3 and for x > 3. If x is large positive, then x2 9 x2 = x, so the graph of f
h