Math 130
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Name:
Project #13: Area under a curve and integration
1. Female moths produce a pheromone that is detected by chemical receptors in the antennae of
male moths. Once detected, a male will orient towards the scent and move towards it unti
Math 130
Section#_
Name
Project #12: Antiderivatives
So far this semester, we have been determining the rates of change for a given biological
function, usually one that describes how a quantity changes over time. However, sometimes it
may be difficult or
MATH130 Bio Discussion
Name:_
Date:_
Section:_
Project 11: Sketching Graphs of Functions
On an island in the Galapagos, a group of finches with beaks about 1.5 cm long eats primarily seeds that
are 3-7 mm long. However, the plant that makes seeds of this
Math 130: Midterm 3
Prof. Doron Levy
November 22, 2011
Read carefully the following instructions:
Write your name, section number, and problem number on EACH of the answer
sheets. Do no more than ONE full problem per answer sheet, you may use the
back or
M. Macasieb
April 30, 2013
Exam 3
Calculus for Life Sciences I
MATH 130 Section 01*
This exam has ? questions on ? page(s), for a total of ? points. You have 75 minutes to answer all
questions.
INSTRUCTIONS: Please read carefully before starting the test.
Macasieb
Sample Exam 3
Sections 6.1-6.4, 7.1-7.3
Calculus for Life Sciences
MATH 130 Sections 01*
These are typical problems that could be on the exam, though there are certainly other types of problems
that could also appear. Also note that the wording o
Math 130 Final Exam Spring 2010
Directions: Do not simplify unless indicated. Non-graphing calculators are permitted. Show all
work as appropriate for the methods taught in this course. Partial credit will be given for any work,
words or ideas which are
Name(s):_KEY_Section:_
MATH 130
Project #1 (2.1-2.3):
Applications of exponential functions to biology
1. Many bacteria reproduce by binary fission, in which a single-celled bacterium divides
into two bacteria, which each have identical genetic informatio
Name(s):_Section:_
MATH 130
Project #2 (2.4-3.1):
Trigonometric Functions and Limits
1. On the afternoon of August 23, the east coast of the United States experienced an earthquake
centered near Mineral, Virginia. Unlike earthquakes in California, this qu
Math 130 -Final
Exam
December 13, 2012
.You should have SIX answer sheets, Use exactly ONE answer sheet per
question, Put your section number on each sheet, Using the upper right hand
boxes NUMBER
the sheets 1 through 6,
.No books, notebooks, graphing cal
Macasieb
Spring 2013
Answers to Sample Final Exam 2
Calculus for Life Sciences I
MATH 130 Sections 01*
1. (a) (i) 1/4 (ii) 0
(b) (ii) y = 4x
2. (a) (i)
dy
dx
=
4
(b) 12x2 ex
(x3 +1)(6)6x(3x2 )
(x3 +1)2
+1
+ 16x6 ex
4
dy
(ii) dx =
2x
x2 +1
(iii)
dy
dx
= x2
Macasieb
Sample Exam 1
Sections 2.1-2.4, 3.1-3.4
Calculus for Life Sciences
MATH 130 Sections 01*
These are typical problems that could be on the exam, though there are certainly other types of problems
that could also appear. Also note that the wording o
M. Macasieb
February 19, 2013
Exam 1
Calculus for Life Sciences I
MATH 130 Sections 01*
This exam has 5 questions for a total of 100 points. You have 75 minutes to answer all questions.
INSTUCTIONS: Please read carefully before starting the test.
Write y
Macasieb
Sample Exam 2
Sections 4.1-4.6, 5.1-5.4
Calculus for Life Sciences
MATH 130 Sections 01*
These are typical problems that could be on the exam, though there are certainly other types of problems
that could also appear. Also note that the wording o
M. Macasieb
Spring 2013
Exam 2 Solutions
Calculus for Life Sciences I
MATH 130 Section 01*
This exam has 5 questions on 3 page(s), for a total of 100 points. You have 75 minutes to answer all
questions.
INSTRUCTIONS: Please read carefully before starting
Macasieb
Sample Exam 3
Sections 6.1-6.4, 7.1-7.3
Calculus for Life Sciences
MATH 130 Sections 01*
These are typical problems that could be on the exam, though there are certainly other types of problems
that could also appear. Also note that the wording o
Calculus Review Derivatives
Objectives: At the end of this lesson, you should be able to: 1. Find the derivative of functions involving sums, products, quotients and composition of polynomial, exponential and logarithmic structures. 2. Evaluate the deriva
Math 130 Fall 2014 Final Exam
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NO CALCULATORS OR ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED.
Where a calculator would be used, give your answer as an expresion a calculator could evaluate.
Use a separate answer sheet for each question.
When you are asked to nd a lim
Math 130 Fall 2014 Boyle Exam 3
NO CALCULATORS OR ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED.
Use a separate answer sheet for each question.
Give your pledge on page 1 only, covering the whole test.
Draw a box around a nal answer to a problem.
1. (12 points)
(a) (10 pts)
Math 130 Fall 2014 Boyle Exam 3 Solutions
1. (12 points)
(a) (10 pts) Let S(x) = 8 ln(7x) 3x dene a satisfaction function for x in
[2, 5]. Find the value of x at which S achieves a maximum.
Solution.
S (x) = 8/x 3 equals zero at x = 8/3. S achieves a maxi
Math 130 Fall 2014 Boyle Exam 2
NO CALCULATORS OR ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED.
Where a calculator would be used, give your answer as an expression a
calculator could evaluate.
Use a separate answer sheet for each question.
Give your pledge on page 1 on
Math 130 Final Exam Spring 2014
Instructions: There are 10 answer sheets. Write your name, section number, and problem
number on each page. Do one problem per page, you may use the back if necessary. All work
must be shown to receive full credit. No calcu
FINAL EXAM, DECEMBER 16, 2013
Math 130
Calculus for Life Sciences I
This Exam has 5 problems for a total of 100 points. All 5 problems have equal value (20 pts). All questions
in each problem have equal value. You have 2 hours to answer all the questions.
Math 130 -Final
Exam
December 13, 2012
.You should have SIX answer sheets, Use exactly ONE answer sheet per
question, Put your section number on each sheet, Using the upper right hand
boxes NUMBER
the sheets 1 through 6,
.No books, notebooks, graphing cal