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Section 1

(50 cards)

Let f(x)= ln(2-x). The domain of f is

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(-infinity, 2)

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An equation for the line tangent to the curve y = (x^2 + x + 1)(x^3 − 2x + 2) at the point (1, 3) is

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y=6x-3

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Find the marginal revenue for the revenue function 50 − p(x 2 + 1) = 0.

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(50(1-x^2))/(x^2+1)^2

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What is the marginal profit in terms of the cost C(x) to produce x units and the unit price p(x) at which units will sell?

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Find dy/dx in terms of x and y when x and y are related by the equation x^1/3+y^1/3=1

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-(y/x)^2/3

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Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of y= x ln x at the point (1,0).

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y=x-1

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Let f(x)= (sqrt x+1)/(x-2). The domain of f is

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[-1, 2) and (2, +infinity)

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Find the limit as z approaches negative infinity (x^2+3)/(x+1)

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None of the above

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Find dy/dx in terms of x only when x and y are related by the equation ln y=2x-3.

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2e^(2x-3)

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Evaluate: limit as x approaches 3 (3x^2-4)

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23

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Find the limit as approaches 0 sqrt(1+x)-1/x

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1/2

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An equation for the line tangent to the curve y = x^3 −2x +5 at the point (-2, 1) is

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y=10x+21

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Find dy/dx at point (2, sqrt 5) when x and y are related by the equation 2x^2-y^2=3

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4/sqrt5

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Let y=sqrtu and u=7x-2x^2. Find dy/dx.

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1/2(7-4x)(7x-2x^2)^-1/2

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Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of y= ln(x^2) at the point (2, ln 4).

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y=x-2+ln4

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Given the demand equation 4x+2p−36 = 0 and the supply equation 2x−p+10 = 0, where p is the unit price and x represents the quantity, find the equilibrium quantity and the equilibrium price.

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x=2 and p=14

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The distance s (in feet) covered by a car t seconds after starting from rest is given by s=-t^3+8t^2+2-t. Find the car's acceleration at time t.

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-6t+16

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Suppose that F(x)=f(x^2+1) and f'(2)=3. Find F'(1).

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6

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Find the vertical vertical asymptotes of function f(x)= (2+x)/(1-z)^2.

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x=1

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The absolute maximum value and the absolute minimum value of the function f(x) =1/2^x2 − 2√x on [0, 3] are

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absolute min. value: -3/2; absolute max. value: 9/2 -2square root of 3

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A ball is thrown straightly up into the air so that its height (in feet) after t seconds is given by s(t) = −16t^2 + 64t. The average velocity of the ball over the interval [1, 1.05] is... Assume that the distance function s(t) is given as in Problem 16. The velocity of the ball at time t = 1 is

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31.2 ft/sec, 32 ft/sec

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Suppose that F(x)=f(x)^2+1, f(1)=1, and f'(1)=3. find F'(1).

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6

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Let f(x)=1/x. When simplified, the difference quotient f(x+h)-f(x)/h becomes

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-1/x(x+h)

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let f(x)=1/x^2 and g(x)=3x+5. Then, (fog)(x) is

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1/(3x+5)^2

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Find the second derivative of the function f(x) = e x + ln(x^2) + x ln 3 + 10.

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None of the above

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Let f(x)=x/x^2+1 and g(x)=1/x. Then (gof)(x) is

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x+1/x

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The line tangent to y = x^2−3x through the point (1,-2) has equation

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y=-x-1

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Let f(x) = {2x-4 if x<0 1 if x>0,

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f(x) is discontinuous at x=0

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Suppose h=fog. Find h'(0) given that f(0)+6, f'(5)=-2, g(0)=5, and g'(0)=3.

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-6

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Let f(x)= x^2-4x. When simplified, the difference quotient f(x+h)-f(x)/h becomes

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2x+h-4

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Evaluate limit as z approaches 1- f(x) for the function f defined as f(x)= {(e^x, for 0<x<1)(3, for x=1)(lnx, for x>1)

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e

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For f(x) = sqrt(2 +√x), evaluate f'(4).

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1/16

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Find limit as x approaches 3 (x^2-9)/(x-3)

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6

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The third derivative of f(x)=1/x is

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-6/x^4

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What is the profit in terms of the cost C(x) to produce x units and the unit price p(x) at which x units will sell?

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xp(x)-C(x)

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The total weekly cost on dollars incurred by Herald Media Corp. in producing x DVDs is given by the total cost function C(x) = 2500 + 2.2x, 0 ≤ x ≤ 8000. The marginal cost and the average cost function are...

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2.2, 2500/x+2.2

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Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of y=e^(−x^2) at the point (1, 1/e)

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y = −2/e(x − 1) + 1/e

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1. The domain of function f(x) =( x+3)/(2x^2−x−3)

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(−∞, −1) ∪ (−1,3/2) ∪ (3/2,+∞)

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Find the horizontal asymptotes of function f(x)= (x^2)/(1+4x^2)

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y=1/4

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Find an equation of the tangent line at the point (1, 32) of the graph of y = x(x+1)^5

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y=112x-80

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The derivative of the function f(x)= ((x-3)/(sqrt x+1)) + (sqrt3x+4)+3

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None of the above

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It is known that limit as x approaches 2+ f(x)=3, limit as x approaches 2- f(x) =3, and f(2)=1.

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f(x) is discontinuous at x=2, The graph of f(x) is broken at x=2, lim as x approaches 2 f(x) exists, f(x) is defined at x=2

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Find dy/dx in terms of x and y when x and y are related by equations x^2y-y^3=2.

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(2xy)/(3y^2-x^2)

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Evaluate: limit as x approaches 5 (x^2-2x-15)/(x-5).

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8

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Let f(x)=x^2+1 and g(x)=1/squareroot x. Then f(g(2)) is

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3/2

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Find the limit as x approaches infinity (3x^2+2x+4)/(2x^2-3x+1)

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3/2

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Find dy/dx in terms of x and y when x and y are related by equation 2x^2+y^2+2x^2y^2+10.

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-(x(1+2y^2)/y(1+2x^2)

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Evaluate: limit as z approaches infinity (x^2-1)/(3x^2-2)

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1/3

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The unit price p and the quantity x demanded are related by the demand equation 50 − p(x 2 + 1) = 0. Find the revenue function R = R(x).

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50x/(x^2+1)

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The second derivative of function f(x)=(x^2+1)^5 is

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10(x^2+1)^3(9x^2+1)

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Section 2

(27 cards)

Let f(x) = e^−x^2. Find the intervals where f is concave upward and where it is concave downward.

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concave upward on (−∞, −1√2) and on ( 1√2,∞); concave downward on (−1√2,1√2)

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Let f(x) = x ln x. Determine the intervals where the function is increasing and where it is decreasing.

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decreasing on (0,1/e) and increasing on (1/e,∞)

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Find the derivative of function y = x^(ln x). (Hint: use logarithmic differentiation.)

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y' = ((2 ln x)/x) x^ln x

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Calculate RS8-1(4x^1/3+8/x^2)dx.

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52

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Let Let f(x) = 1/3x^3−x^2 + x − 6. Find the intervals where f is concave upward and where it is concave downward.

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concave downward on (−∞, 1) and upward on (1,∞)

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Let f(x) = x ln x. Determine the intervals of concavity for the function.

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concave upward on (0, ∞)

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The velocity of a car (in feet/second) t seconds after starting from rest is given by the function f(t) = 2√t (0 ≤ t ≤ 30). Find the car's position at any time t.

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(4/3)t^(3/2)

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Evaluate S2x(x^2 + 3)^10dx. (Hint: Use substitution)

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(1/11)(x^2+3)^11+c

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Find the absolute maximum value and the absolute minimum value, if any, of the function f(x) = 1/(1+x^2).

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no absolute min. value; absolute max. value: 1

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Let f(x) = x ln x. Find the inflection points, if any

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No inflection points

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Let f(x) = e^−x^2. Find the inflection points, if any.

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(x, y) = (−1√2, f(−1√2)) and (x, y) = ( 1√2, f(1√2))

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Let Let f(x) = 1/3x^3−x^2 + x − 6. Find the inflection points, if any.

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(x, y) = (1, f(1))

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Let f(x) = e^−x^2. Determine the intervals where the function is increasing and where it is decreasing

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increasing on (−∞, 0) and decreasing on (0,∞)

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Evaluate S(√x − 2e^x) dx.

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2/3x^(3/2) − 2e^x + C

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A rectangular box is to have a square base and a volume of 20ft^3 . If the material for the base costs 30 cents/square, the material for the four sides costs 10 cents/square, and the material for the top costs 20 cents/square, determine the dimensions of the box that can be constructed at minimum cost.

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xxh=225

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The differential of function f(x) = 1000 is

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0

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It costs an artist 1000 + 5x dollars to produce x signed prints of one of her drawings. The price at which x prints will sell is 400/√x dollars per print. How many prints should she make in order to maximize her profit ?

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1600

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Find the area of the region under the graph of function f(x) = x^2 on the interval [0, 1].

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1/3

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Let f(x) = e^−x^2. Find the relative extrema of f.

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no relative min. value ; relative max. value: 1

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Use differentials to estimate the change in √x^2 + 5 when x increases from 2 to 2.123.

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0.082

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An open box is to be made from a square sheet of tin measuring 12 inches × 12 inches by cutting out a square of side x inches from each corner of the sheet and folding up the four resulting flaps. To maximize the volume of the box, take x =

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2

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Find the absolute extrema of the function f(t) = (ln t)/t on [1, 2].

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absolute min. value: 0; absolute max. value: ln 2/2

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Let f(x) = 1/3x^3−x^2 + x − 6. Determine the intervals where the function is increasing and where it is decreasing.

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increasing on (-infinity, 1) and on (1, infinity)

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Postal regulations specify that a parcel sent by parcel post may have a combined length and girth of no more than 108 inches. Find the dimensions of the cylindrical package of greatest volume that may be sent through the mail. (In the answers, r is the radius and l is the length.)

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r x l= 36/pi *36

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Find the derivative of function y = 10^x. (Hint: use logarithmic differentiation.)

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y'= 10xln 10

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Find the area of the region under the graph of y = x^2+1 from x=−1 to x=2.

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6

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Find the absolute extrema of function f(t) = te^−t

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no absolute min. value; absolute max. value: 1/e

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