MATH 201 Brief Calculus Review for Test 2
1. Use the given functions to answer the questions.
f(x)=4x5+3x32x2+7, g(x)=~3r, h(x)=dx-5
x
a) Find f"(x) b) Find g"(x)
c Find f"(2) d) Find 11"(7)
An astronaut standing on the surface of the moon throws a rock u
MATH 201 Brief Calculus Review for Test 3
1. Find the number of units x that produces a maximum revenue.
a) R=500xx2 b) R =60x35 4x
2. Find the number ofunits x that produces minimum average cost per unit. Round to the nearest
whole unit.
C=O.12x1 +15x+30
MATH 201
Implicit Differentiation problems
Use implicit differentiation to find
1)
3)
5)
4 x 3 xy y
y 1
3
x
for each of the following equations. Show all work!
2)
x2 y2 5
5
dy
dx
3
Name
4)
2 y 5 3x 2
x y2 3 y
Answers:
1)
4)
=
dy
x
dx
y
2)
=
5)
dy
dx
1
2y
MATH 201 Brief Calculus Review for Test 1
1. Use the given graph to answer the following questions.
a) Find ling f(x) b) Is fcontinuous at x = 0 ?
c) Find lirr31 f(x) d) Is fcontinuous at x = 3 ?
2. Evaluate the following limits (if possible).
2
MATH 201 Brief Calculus
Fall 2016
Instructor:
Joe Kesterson
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Course Calendar For Once per week classes
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Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning
27 August 2016
A Trillion: 1,000,000,000,000 Reflection
On the subject of the number a trillion, first and foremost I dont think Ive ever used this
number. The article 1,000,000,000,000 was very interesting to say the least
Shelbie Person
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning
27 August 2016
A Trillion: 1,000,000,000,000 Reflection
On the subject of the number a trillion, first and foremost I dont think Ive ever used this
number. The article 1,000,000,000,000 was very interesting t
Person 1
Shelbie Person
Excel Grade Book Reflection
Math 123
27 April 2016
Excel is an electronic spreadsheet program. Ideal for storing, organizing and
manipulating data, this makes excel perfect for calculating grades. My initial assumption about
the gr
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning Project Summer 2017
Financial Project
Due:
As an Ivy Tech student, you are making an investment in your education. This project will look at how that
investment will pay off if you graduate and get a job in your desired fie
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning Section 21 Excel Homework Assignment
Mortgage Amortization Schedule Excel Assignment
1. Excel: Complete the amortization table provided in the Excel document posted in Blackboard in the
homework area by setting the appropri
Excel Grade book project.
Sheena Hatem
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning.
The student participating in the advanced human physiology class has the opportunity to affect their
grade based upon 5 evaluations set forth by the instructor. The student's grade wi
After looking over medication administered to each individual patient and the doctors orders, there is a
medication error in patients: C,D,F,G,H. In each case the patient was overmedicated. These errors would
have to related to the personell administering
Math 123 Exponential Model Homework
Suppose the Zombie Apocalypse has begun. By January 1 st, there are 75 million walking dead and their
population grows 3% per month. The surviving population of 275 million population is decreasing 5%
per month.
a. Writ
Math 136 College Algebra
Review 3: Sections 4.1 4.5, 5.1 5.6
1. Find f 1 (x) for the following functions. State the domain and range for the function and
the inverse.
9x 8
9
a) f ( x) x 3 8
b) f (x)
2
2x 3
2. Graph the following. Show at least two points
Ashley Martin
June 16, 2017
Math 123
Project 1
Reflection
When creating the excel sheet, the first step I did was to delete the unnecessary columns
and rows on the sheet and remove the gridlines to remove clutter. Next I decided to input the
values with t
Ashley Martin
14 July 2017
MATH 123
Project 2
Reflection
The five appliances that I use on a daily basis is a blender, washer, mobile phone, sink
disposal, and a microwave. The 3 energy vampire appliances in my household is a computer,
stereo, and TV. I u
Hassan El-Ghit
Ivy111
Project B
If I were asked to identify or describe myself I would most likely answer with
explaining that I am a 21 year old Middle Eastern male who was raised in the
Midwest for the majority of my life. I wouldnt align myself with an
Hassan El-Ghit
Math 123 Johnson
Weighted Gradebook Project
As I began this project I was a bit timid due to my history of not doing too well in the
realm of math, let alone in a project format. I went on and started with the instructions given to
me, to c
Weight in
kg
Ordered Ordered Dosage
(lbs*0.453 daily
dose divided
Weight in
6)
(mg)
(mg)
(mg) Received
pounds rounded (20mg/kg dose
(daily
to nearest /day)
in am
dose/2)
tenth of
kg
Dosage
(mg)
received
in pm
Patient
Gender
A
B
M
F
215
182
97.5
82.6
1950
Math123 Homework Section 13 Bar Graphs and Histograms
The following data was collected from a survey on students exercise habits.
Hours
Exercised
weekly
0 to 2
3 to 5
6 to 8
9 to 11
12 to 14
Frequency
3
9
11
6
1
Preferred Exercise
Running
Yoga
Weights
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ASHRAE Special Project:
Carbon Emissions Calculation Tool
Project Report
20 June 2007
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Executive Summary
Workshop Report
References and Other Resources
PROJECT COMMITTEE
Hal Levin, Chair
Harvey Sachs, Vice Chair
Costas Balaras
Art Diem
Da
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning Project Summer 2017
Excel Grade Book Project Due Date:
Understanding how weighted averages work will be a very important topic for you in this course, since your grades are
determined in this way. In this project, you will
Name: Shereen Abdel Aal
Article review
The article is dealing with the Indiana school system and the
grading criteria, after reading the article I guess they are trying to break
down the exam grades, as they started with 1/3 grades for exam 1 and
1/3 for
Eric Vergon
June 29, 2017
Professor Taylor
False Negatives
The article I read was about false negative drug test, which will also be my
personal story (not about me). Drug test are required for many jobs now a days, or
parents will ask you to take one for