ENGL112: Literature Now
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Throughout time writers have created various narrative portraits
MATH 157: CALCULUS I FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (Section 9)
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The Heart of Darkness
Joseph Conrad
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1. Use the specified method to find the derivative of the following functions: [5
marks]
(a) f (x) = cos x2 (chain rule)
Solution
By chain rule we have f 0 (x) = sin(x2 )(2x).
2
(b) y = 2ln(x +
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1. Use the quotient rule to find all the points in the interval [, ] where the
cos(x)
curve y =
has a horizontal tangent line. [5 marks]
ex
Solution
sin(x)ex ex sin(x)
0
We have, by chain rule,
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1. Suppose that a population is growing at a rate that is proportional to its size.
If the population is 100 after 1 year and has grown to 200 after 2 years, what
will be the population after 3
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Math 157 Review Questions
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Simon Fraser University
Department of Mathematics
Burnaby Campus
MATH 157-3, 1107
Final Examination
December 9th, 2010, 8:30 11:30
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Math 157: Calculus for the Social Sciences
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Math 157: Calculus for the Social Sciences
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