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Math 180, Exam 2, Practice Fall 2009
Problem 1 Solution
1. Dierentiate the functions: (do not simplify)
f (x) = x ln(x2 + 1),
f (x) = xe
f (x) = arcsin(2x + 1) = sin1 (3x + 1),
x
f (x) =
e3x
ln x
Solution: For the rst function, we use the Product and Chai
Math 180, Exam 2, Spring 2011
Problem 1 Solution
1. The graph of a function f (x) is shown below:
e
f
d
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
c
b
g
a
(a) Fill in the table below with the signs of the rst and second derivatives of f on each
of the intervals A, . . . , G.
A
B
C
D
Math 180, Exam 2, Fall 2010
Problem 1 Solution
1. Find the following limits.
(a) lim
x0
(b) lim
x0
(c) lim
x
ex 1
sin x
ex
sin x 1
4x3 3x + 8
6x3 + x2 + x 12
Solution:
(a) Upon substituting x = 0 into the function f (x) =
ex 1
we nd that
sin x
ex 1
e0 1
0
Math 180, Exam 2, Spring 2008
Problem 1 Solution
1. Find the derivatives of the following functions: (do not simplify)
(a) f (x) = x2 cos(x + 1)
(b) g(x) = sin(x ln x)
(c) h(x) = tan1 (2x2 + 1)
(d) k(x) = (x + x3 )1776
Solution:
(a) Use the Product Rule a
Math 180, Exam 2, Fall 2009
Problem 1 Solution
1. Dierentiate with respect to x. Do not simplify your answers.
(a)
sin(2x)
,
cos(3x)
(b)
(c) arctan(3x3 )
x2 7x + 1,
Solution:
(a) Use the Quotient and Chain Rules.
sin(2x)
cos(3x)
cos(3x)[sin(2x)] sin(2x)[c
Math 180, Exam 2, Fall 2007
Problem 1 Solution
1. Dierentiate the following functions:
(a) x2 ln x
(b) sin(a + bx)
(c) arctan(3x)
Solution:
(a) Use the Product Rule.
(x2 ln x) = (x2 )(ln x) + (x2 ) (ln x)
1
+ (2x)(ln x)
= (x2 )
x
= x + 2x ln x
(b) Use the
Math 180, Exam 2, Spring 2009
Problem 1 Solution
1. Compute the derivative of the following functions:
(a) f (x) = x ln(x2 + 1)
(b) g(x) = cos(xex )
(c) h(x) = tan1 (2x + 1)
Solution:
(a) Use the Product and Chain Rules.
f (x) = x[ln(x2 + 1)] + (x) ln(x2
Math 180, Exam 2, Fall 2008
Problem 1 Solution
1. Find the derivatives of the following functions, do simplify.
(c) arctan(x)
(a) ln(x2 + x + 1),
(b) cos( x),
Solution:
(a) Use the Chain Rule.
[ln(x2 + x + 1)] =
1
(x2 + x + 1)
x2 + x + 1
=
x2
1
(2x + 1)
Math 180, Exam 1, Spring 2013
Problem 1 Solution
1. Find the value of constant c for which the function given by
cx + 5,
x1
2
x + x 3c, x < 1
f (x) =
is continuous at all points on the real line.
Solution: First we note that cx + 5 and x2 + x 3c are polyn
Math 180, Exam 1, Spring 2012
Problem 1 Solution
1. Let c be a real number. Given
(x 1)2 x 3
6 cx
x>3
f (x) =
answer the following questions:
(a) Compute the left hand limit, lim f (x).
x3
(b) Compute the right hand limit, lim f (x).
+
x3
(c) Compute the
Math 180, Exam 1, Practice Fall 2009
Problem 1 Solution
1. Evaluate the following limits, or show they do not exist.
(a) lim 2 cos x
x
x2 4
x2 x + 2
2 x5
(c) lim
x9
x9
(b) lim
Solution:
(a) The function f (x) = 2 cos x is continuous at x = . In fact, f (x
Math 180, Exam 1, Study Guide
Problem 1 Solution
1. What is the slope of the linear function f (x) whose graph goes through the points (1, 2)
and (4, 4)? What is the value of f (7)?
Solution: The slope of the line that goes through the points (1, 2) and (
Math 180, Exam 1, Spring 2011
Problem 1 Solution
1. Evaluate the following limits, or show that they do not exist
x2 + x 6
x2
x2 4
(a) lim
|x2 9|
x3 x2 + 9
(b) lim
(c) lim
x2
x2
x 2
Solution:
(a) Upon substituting x = 2 we nd that
x2 + x 6
22 + 2 6
0
=
=
Math 180, Exam 1, Spring 2010
Problem 1 Solution
1. Evaluate the following limits, or show that they do not exist.
x9
(a) lim
x9
x3
(b) lim
x1
x2 3x + 2
x3 1
(c) lim
x1
|x + 1|
2x + 2
Solution:
x9
(a) When substituting x = 9 into the function f (x) =
we