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1. State the measurements shown in each of the following.
a. Answer: 10.8 cm or 108 mm
b. Answer:2.9 inchs
c. Answer:
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1. a. Name the two measurement systems commonly used in Canada.
Answer:
b. What are the two common names for the official system used in Canada?
Answer:
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2. For what unit could each of the
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0.01t
3. The number of bacteria y after time t (in minutes) is given by y = 10 000e
. At what rate
is the population changing at t = 3 minutes? Express your answer to the nearest unit. Is th
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2. The rate at which a radioactive isotope disintegrates is proportional to the amount present. If
a 30 g sample will contain only 20 g after ten minutes, what is the half-life of this isotop
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Section 2 Assignment: Applications
Read all the parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
place.
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1. A population of grasshoppers quadruples in twenty days
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d. lim ln( x 2)
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17. What interest rate, compounded continuously, will triple the size of your account in five
years? Express your answer to the nearest percent.
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18. Express log 7 13 i
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x
12. What is the x-intercept of the tangent
=
to y e=
at x 45 ?
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13. Differentiate y = xesin x .
3
14. What is the area bounded by y = (cos x)esin x and the x-axis, between x = 0 and x =
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7. If ln 5 = a and ln 3 = b, write ln 0.12 as an expression in a and b.
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8. Write y =
3
9. Determine the inverse =
of y 3ln( x 1) . Write your answer in the form y = f ( x) .
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b. By applying the rules for natural logarithms, how could the answer in question 3.a. be
expressed so that the absolute value symbol is not required?
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4. Integrate the following:
2
a.
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2. Differentiate the following:
3
3
1
y ln(3 x 2) 2
a. =
b. y = x [ ln x ]
2
2
3. a. The antiderivative of f ( x) = is written as f ( x) = 2 ln | x | . Why must the absolute
x
value symbo
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MAthematics 31 Module 8: Exponential and
LogarithmiC Functions
90
Your mark on this module will be determined by how well you do your assignments in this
booklet.
Work slowly
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The Integral
4. Perform the definite integration.
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2
( x + 1)
0
2
dx
dy
dx
2
5. Solve the differential equation = 3 x 4 + 5 x if y = 3 when x = 0.
2
x 2 2 x + 5 and y =
x 2 + 2 x 2 and the pair of
6. Find the area bound b
The Integral
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2. Alex and Veronica were discussing the definite integral ( x 2 1)dx . Alex said it
0
) x 2 1 and the x-axis, between x = 0 and x = 3.
represented the total area bound by f ( x=
Veronica said the total area was la
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The Integral
Final Module Assignment
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
places.
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1. Explain why both y = x 3 and y = x + 2 can both be considered solutions to the differential
e
The Integral
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Section 3 Assignment: Applications of Integration
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
place.
3
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1. The velocity v at time t of an object travelling in a straight li
The Integral
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Section 2 Assignment: Areas
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
place.
1. Consider the region bound by f (x) = x, the x-axis, x = 0, and x = 5. The region has been
div
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The Integral
b. Approximate the area of each strip using a circumscribed rectangle, and find the sum of
the areas of those rectangles. How is that sum related to the exact area? Draw a diagram
to support your answers.
c.
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Mathematics 31 Module 7: The integral
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Your mark on this module will be determined by how well you do your assignments in this
booklet.
Work slowly and carefully. If you are having difficulties, go
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Applications of the Derivative
9. You decide to warm your house by lighting your wood fireplace. The smoke is coming out
the chimney in the shape of an inverted right circular cone, the diameter of which is equal to
its height.
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6. A construction worker pulls a 5 m plank up the side of a building
under construction by means of a rope tied to the end of the plank.
The opposite end of the plank is being dragged along the
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Final Module Assignment
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
places.
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1. While you were out cross country skiing, you make a perfectly shaped spheri
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8. You are in a sea kayak 400 m offshore from point A. You are along a straight sandy beach. A
storm is brewing and you wish to go to a shelter 1000 m down the beach from A. If you can
paddle yo
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3. A solid is formed by attaching a hemisphere to each end of a cylinder. If the total volume
is to be 120 cm3, find the radius (in centimetres) of the cylinder that produces the minimum
surface
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7. A fish is being reeled in at a rate of 30 cm/s from a bridge 4 m
above water. At what rate is the angle (in rad/s) between the
line and the water changing when there is 8 m of line out?
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2. You hit a golfball vertically upward with your pitching wedge. The position function of
3t 2 + 30t where the origin is at ground level and the positive direction is
the ball is s (t ) =
vert
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150 s
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4. The relation between distance s and velocity v is given by v =
. Find the acceleration
3+ s
in terms of s.
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5. A pebble is dropped into a still pond, causing ripples in the form of conce
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Section 2 Assignment: Rates of Change
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
places.
1. An object is moving in a straight line from a fixed point. The d
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3. Two straight highways are perpendicular to each other. Car A is 3 km from the intersection
and is moving at 100 km/h toward the junction. On the other highway, Car B is 5 km from
the intersectio
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5. Two isolated farms are situated 12 km apart on a straight country road that runs parallel to
the main highway 20 km away. The power company decides to run a wire from the highway
to the junction
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Section 3 Assignment: Related Rates
Read all parts of your assignment carefully and record your answers in the appropriate
places.
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1. The height h of an equilateral triangle is increasing at a rate