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Math 30 Derivative Gateway Test
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Find the derivative of each of the following functions. Do not simplify your answers. Be careful when writing answers, since all errors count, including missing parentheses! calculators allowed. Time Lim
Tiffany Labon Michael Mclennon Osagie Obanor Bryce Pittard Varying Density Lab Report Part 1: 1. The mosquitoes in the park are most concentrated closest to the river and the least concentrated furthest from the river. This is clear from the function
31L Test #3
(spring, 2009, Tomberg) Name_
I reaffirm the Duke Community Standard.
You must clearly show all your work on each problem to receive full credit. Unsupported work may receive no credit. All integrals should be worked out by hand unless y
31L Test #2
( Spring 2009, Tomberg) Name:_
I reaffirm the Duke Community Standard.
You must clearly show all your work on each problem to receive full credit. Unsupported work may receive no credit.
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Use L'Hopital's Rule to evaluate the following
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(Tomberg, spring 09)
Name:_
I reaffirm the Duke Community Standard.
You must clearly show all your work on each problem to receive full credit. Unsupported work may receive no credit. 1. (a) State the definition of the derivative of the
Date:
Math 30 Derivative Gateway Test
Name:
Find the derivative of each of the following functions. Do not simplify your answers. Be careful when writing answers, since all errors count, including missing parentheses! calculators allowed. Time Lim
Mike McLennon
MATH31 Note Sheet
Definition of instantaneous velocity i.e. f(x) = then Semi-log: y = cemt i.e. y = 4e0.2t ; Log-log: y = cxk i.e. y = 4x5 (Where c = eb and k = a of the slope of the log-log line) note:when ploting in TI-83 make sure