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Solution to Problem 1.

In this problem we are asked to guess the slope of the tangent to the graph

x

at the point P (1, 12 ) by looking at the slopes of

of the function f (x) = 1+x

various secants starting at that point.

Consider, for example, the rst case we are asked to use: the secant from

P (1, 0.5) to Q(0.5, f (0.5)). Here is a graph of that secant:

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

1.2

m0.5 =

0.5

0.5 1+0.5

0.5 f (0.5)

=

= 0.333.

1 0.5

1 0.5

0.5 1+0.9

0.5 f (0.9)

=

= 0.263

1 0.9

1 0.9

0.99

0.5 1+0.99

0.5 f (0.99)

=

= 0.251

1 0.99

1 0.99

0.999

0.5 1+0.999

0.5 f (0.999)

=

= 0.250

1 0.999

1 0.999

1.5

f (1.5) 0.5

1+1.5 0.5

=

= 0.2

1.5 1

1.5 1

1.1

0.5

f (1.1) 0.5

= 1+1.1

= 0.238

1.1 1

1.1 1

1.01

0.5

f (1.01) 0.5

= 1+1.01

= 0.248

1.01 1

1.1 1

1.001

f (1.001) 0.5

1+1.001 0.5

=

= 0.2499

1.001 1

1.001 1

0.9

m0.9 =

m0.99 =

m0.999 =

m1.5 =

m1.1 =

m1.01 =

m1.001 =

Considering these slopes, we can say that the slopes seem to be approaching the value 0.25 as x approaches 1 from the left and also from the right.

So our guess for the slope of the tangent to the graph of f (x) at x = 1 is

0.25.

The tangent, then, is the straight line going through the point (1, 0.5)

with gradient 0.25. That line is given by the equation:

0.25 =

y 0.5

.

x1

In other words:

1

1

y = x+ .

4

4

Here is a plot of that tangent, which suggests that our guess is a good

approximation:

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0

0.1

0.5

1.5

Problem 2: (Problem 1.4.5 in [Stewart].)

If a ball is thrown into the air with a velocity of 10m/s, its height in metres

t seconds later is given by H(t) = 10t 4.9t2 .

(a) Find the average velocity for the time beginning when t = 1.5 and

lasting

(i)

(iii)

0.5 seconds

0.05 seconds

(ii)

(iv)

0.1 seconds

0.01 seconds.

Solution

To begin, we are asked for the average velocity that the ball has in the

1

2 second period after t = 1.5. To determine that, we divide the distance

covered by the ball in that period by the length of the time period. We

obtain:

Distance travelled by the ball between t = 1.5 and t = 1.5 + 0.5 = 2

,

Half a second

H(2) H(1.5)

=

,

(0.5)

(10 (2) 4.9 (2)2 ) (10 (1.5) 4.9 (1.5)2 )

=

,

0.5

= 7.15 m sec1 .

(The case t = 0.1). The average velocity the ball has in the 0.1 second

period after t = 1.5 is:

Distance travelled by the ball between t = 1.5 and t = 1.6

,

0.1

H(1.6) H(1.5)

=

,

0.1

(10 (1.6) 4.9 (1.6)2 ) (10 (1.5) 4.9 (1.5)2 )

,

=

0.1

= 5.19 m sec1 .

(The case t = 0.05). The average velocity the ball has in the 0.05 second

period after t = 1.5 is:

Distance travelled by the ball between t = 1.5 and t = 1.55

,

0.05

H(1.55) H(1.5)

=

,

0.05

(10 (1.55) 4.9 (1.55)2 ) (10 (1.5) 4.9 (1.5)2 )

=

,

0.05

= 4.945 m sec1 .

(The case t = 0.01). The average velocity the ball has in the 0.01 second

period after t = 1.5 is:

Distance travelled by the ball between t = 1.5 and t = 1.51

,

0.01

H(1.51) H(1.5)

=

,

0.01

(10 (1.51) 4.9 (1.51)2 ) (10 (1.5) 4.9 (1.5)2 )

=

,

0.01

= 4.749 m sec1 .

4

t = 1.5. Our calculations in Part(a) might lead us to estimate 4.7 metres

per second, because that seems to be what our result is approaching, as t

approaches zero. (Of course, this is only a guess!)

Problem 3: (Problem 1.5.6 in [Stewart].)

We were given the graph of some function h(x), and are asked to determine

a number of quantities, or explain why they do not exist. We nd:

(a) limx3 h(x) = 4.

(b) limx3+ h(x) = 4.

(c) limx3 h(x) = 4. Comment: The two 1-sided limits exist and are

equal, so the limit exists, even though the function is dened by two

dierent rules on the two sides of 3, and h(x) is not even dened at

that point.

(d) h(3) does not exist. 3 is not in the domain of h(x).

(e) limx0 h(x) = 1.

(f) limx0+ h(x) = 1.

(g) limx0 h(x) does not exist. Comment: The two 1-sided limits both

exist, but are dierent, so this limit does not exist.

(h) h(0) = 1.

(i) limx2 h(x) = 2.

(j) h(2) does not exist. Comment: again, note that even though the

function is not dened at 2, the limit at that point exists.

(k) limx5+ h(x) = 3.

(l) limx5 h(x) does not exist. Comment: As we approach 5 from the

left, the function does not seem to approach any particular value. It

just keeps oscillating.

Give an example of a function f satisfying the following conditions:

limx0 f (x) = 1, limx0+ f (x) = 1, limx2 f (x) = 0, limx2+ f (x) = 1,

f (2) = 1, and f (0) is undened.

Solution

This is an example of a problem which can be solved in many, in fact,

countless, dierent ways. For example, here is one solution:

3

2.5

2

1.5

1

0.5

0

0.5

1

1.5

2

1

0.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

3

2.5

2

1.5

1

0.5

0

0.5

1

1.5

2

1

0.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

This problem asks us to guess the limit:

x2 2x

x2 x2 x 2

lim

points. If we do that:

x

2.5

2.1

2.05

2.01

2.005

2.001

1.9

1.95

1.99

1.995

1.999

x2 2x

x2 x2

f (x)

0.7143

0.6774

0.6721

0.6678

0.6672

0.6668

0.6552

0.6610

0.6656

0.6661

0.6666

x2 2x

2

.

2

x2 x x 2

3

lim

(Note that it is also straightforward to prove this exactly using the limit

laws and a simple rearrangement:

x(x 2)

x

2

x2 2x

= lim

= lim

= ,

2

x2 x x 2

x2 (x 2)(x + 1)

x2 x + 1

3

lim

as required.)

We are given the graphs for two functions, f and g, and are asked to investigate a number of related quantities.

(a) First we are asked for limx2 (f (x)+g(x)). Well, notice that the limits

of the pieces exist:

limx2 f (x) = 2,

limx2 g(x) = 0.

It thus follows from the Limit law for sums that the sum (f (x)+g(x))

also has a limit at x = 2, and it is equal to:

lim (f (x) + g(x)) = lim f (x) + lim g(x) = 2.

x2

x2

x2

(b) The limit limx1 (f (x) + g(x)) does not exist. This is because:

lim (f (x) + g(x)) = lim (f (x)) + lim (g(x)) = 1 + 2 = 3,

x1

x1

x1

while

lim (f (x) + g(x)) = lim (f (x)) + lim (g(x)) = 1 + 1 = 2.

x1+

x1+

x1+

Because the 1-sided limits are dierent, this limit doesnt exist.

(c) We are asked to evaluate limx0 (f (x)g(x)). Because:

limx0 f (x) exists and equals 0, and:

limx0 g(x) exists and is approximately equal to 1.4

it follows that

lim (f (x)g(x)) = lim (f (x)) lim (g(x)) 0 1.4 = 0.

x0

x0

x0

(d) Notice that we cannot apply the Limit law for quotients to this

function because

lim g(x) = 0.

x1

Actually:

lim

f (x)

=

g(x)

lim

f (x)

= .

g(x)

x1+

while

x1

(

)

(e) We are asked to evaluate limx2 x3 f (x) , if it exists. Well, to begin,

note that:

limx2 x3 exists and is equal to 8.

limx2 f (x) also exists (looking at the graph), and is equal to 2.

Thus, because the pieces have limits, we can apply the Limit law for

products and write:

)

)(

(

) (

lim x3 f (x) = lim x3

lim f (x) = 8 2 = 16.

x2

x2

x2

because of various simple limit laws, the piece inside the square root

has a limit:

lim (3 + f (x)) exists and is equal to 4.

x1

x1

x1

Problem 7:

Use the limit laws to evaluate the limit

(

)3

1 + 3x

lim

,

x1 1 + 4x2 + 3x4

carefully justifying each step.

Solution

1. To begin, note that limx1 (1 + 3x) exists and is equal to 4 (by the

limit laws for simple functions and for sums).

2. Furthermore, note that limx1 (1 + 4x2 + 3x4 ) exists and is equal to:

=

=

=

=

limx1 (1) + limx1 (4x2 ) + limx1 (3x4 )

(Limit law for sums.)

2

4

limx1 (1) + 4 (limx1 x) + 3 (limx1 x) (Limit law for products.)

1+4+3

(Simple functions.)

8.

3. Then, because:

limx1 (1 + 3x) exists, and:

limx1 (1 + 4x2 + 3x4 ) exists, and is not equal to zero,

it follows from the Limit law for quotients that:

4

1

1 + 3x

limx1 (1 + 3x)

= = .

=

2

4

2

4

x1 1 + 4x + 3x

limx1 (1 + 4x + 3x )

8

2

lim

(

lim

x1

1 + 3x

1 + 4x2 + 3x4

)3

(

=

1 + 3x

x1 1 + 4x2 + 3x4

lim

)3

=

( )3

1

1

= .

2

8

10

(a) What is wrong with the following equation?

x2 + x 6

=x+3

x2

(b) Given your answer to (a), explain why the following equation is correct.

x2 + x 6

= lim (x + 3).

x2

x2

x2

lim

Explanation

The equation:

x2 + x 6

=x+3

x2

while the domain of the right-hand side is R. (In other words, the left-hand

side does not give any value when evaluated at x = 2.)

But the equation:

x2 + x 6

= lim (x + 3)

x2

x2

x2

lim

is nevertheless correct, because the limit of a function, limxa f (x), does not

depend on the denition of f (x) at x = a. Looking at the above equation,

we observe that:

x2 + x 6

(x 2)(x + 3)

=

=x+3

x2

(x 2)

everywhere except the point that we are taking the limit.

11

Evaluate the following limit, if it exists:

lim

t3

t2 9

.

2t2 + 7t + 3

Solution

In this problem, and many similar problems to follow, we will skip some of

the detail that accompanies the use of the limit laws. (That is, to give a

completely precise proof of the fact below we would note, at each step, that

the appropriate assumptions of the appropriate limit law were met. But

the following problem is just looking for an algebraic trick, which we will

describe. In an exam situation, it will made be quite clear what level of

detail to use.)

t2 9

t3 2t2 + 7t + 3

lim

(t 3)(t + 3)

(2t + 1)(t + 3)

(t 3)

= lim

t3 (2t + 1)

6

=

.

5

=

lim

t3

Solution to Problem 10:

1+h1

lim

h0

h

=

=

=

=

1+h1

1+h+1

lim

h0

h

1+h+1

(

)2

2

1+h 1

)

lim (

h0 h

1+h+1

1

lim

h0

1+h+1

1

.

2

12

x+23

lim

x7

x7

x+23

x+2+3

= lim

x7

x7

x+2+3

(x 7)

= lim

x7 (x 7)( x + 2 + 3)

1

=

.

6

lim

1

4

x4

+ x1

4+x

lim

4+x

4x

4+x

1

= lim

x4 4x

1

.

=

16

x4

x2 81

lim

x9

x3

(x 9)(x + 9)

x3

( x 3)( x + 3)(x + 9)

= lim

x9

x3

= 108.

=

lim

x9

13

(

lim

t0

1

1

t

t 1+t

)

11 1+t

lim

t0 t

1+t

(

)

1 (1 1 + t) (1 + 1 + t)

lim

t0 t

1 + t (1 + 1 + t)

1

(t)

lim

t0 t (1 + 1 + t) 1 + t

1

lim

t0 (1 + 1 + t) 1 + t

1

.

2

(

)

=

=

=

=

=

Use the squeeze theorem to show that

lim x3 + x2 sin = 0.

x0

x

Solution

Well prove this limit by applying the squeeze theorem with a choice of:

g1 (x) = x3 + x2 , and

g2 (x) = x3 + x2 .

To begin, note that:

x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 .

x

x

x

Similarly:

x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 .

x

x

x

Thus, we have shown that:

x3 + x2 x3 + x2 sin x3 + x2 .

x

Next, observe that (using elementary limit laws):

lim g1 (x) = lim g2 (x) = 0.

x0

x0

14

The limit limx0 x3 + x2 sin x exists, and that

limx0 x3 + x2 sin x = 0.

Here is a plot of the three functions involved in the proof:

1.5

0.5

0.5

1.5

1.5

0.5

0.5

1.5

(in black) is g2 (x) = x2 + x3 . The middle graph(in blue)

Problem 16: (1.6.40 from [Stewart])

Prove that

lim

x0+

x 1 + sin

2

x

)]

= 0.

Solution

Well prove this with a 1-sided squeeze theorem, with a choice of:

g1 (x) = 0

g2 (x) = 2 x.

Well start by establishing that

[

( )]

2 2

g1 (x) x 1 + sin

g2 (x)

x

15

We begin with the following, which follows from the basic properties of

the function sin x:

0 sin2 (2/x) 1.

Adding 1 to this we get:

1 1 + sin2 (2/x) 1 + 1 = 2.

0 x x [1 + sin2 (2/x)] 2 x,

as required.

all the assumptions of the squeeze theorem are satised for these choices of

g1 and g2 . It then follows that:

Here is the picture. The top graph is of 2 x, and the one under it is

of x(1 + sin2 (2/x)). Note that we could equally well have squeezed our

3

2.5

2

1.5

1

0.5

0

0.5

1

1

0.5

0.5

1.5

2.5

16

Does the following limit exist? If so, determine the limit. If not, explain

why not.

lim (2x + |x 3|) .

x3

Solution

The clearest way to understand this problem is to study the 1-sided limits

of the function at x = 3. Observe that:

lim (2x + |x 3|) =

x3+

lim (2x + x 3)

x3+

= (9 3),

= 6.

(We have obtained the rst equality by using the fact that |x 3| = (x 3)

when x 3.)

Furthermore:

lim (2x + |x 3|) =

x3

x3

= 3 + 3,

= 6.

Because the two 1-sided limits exist, and are equal, it follows that

lim (2x + |x 3|) = 6.

x3

17

Do the following limits exist? If so, determine the limits.

(

)

1

(i) limx0 x1 |x|

(

(ii) limx0+

1

x

1

|x|

We are studying the left-hand limit at x = 0. Thus we are interested in the

1

values that the function x1 |x|

takes on negative values of x. Note that

when x 0, |x| = x. Thus:

)

)

(

(

1

1

1

1

= lim

+

lim

|x|

x

x0 x

x0 x

2

= lim

x0 x

= .

Solution to Part (ii).

In this case, we are studying the right-hand limit at x = 0. Note that when

x 0, |x| = x. Thus:

)

(

)

(

1

1

1

1

= lim

lim

|x|

x

x0+ x

x0+ x

= lim 0

x0+

= 0.

18

Problem 19:

Consider the function

F (x) =

x2 1

.

|x 1|

(ii) Find limx1 F (x).

(iii) Does limx1 F (x) exist?

(iv) Sketch the graph of F (x).

Solution

To understand this function, we should rst carefully state the rule that

determines the function in the dierent regions. Note rst that the domain

of the function is R\ {1}. Also note that when x > 1, x 1 > 0, so

|x 1| = x 1. And when x < 1, x 1 < 0, so |x 1| = (x 1).

Thus:

{ 2

x 1

when x > 1,

x1

F (x) =

2

x 1

when x < 1.

1x

{

(x + 1) when x > 1,

=

(x + 1) when x < 1.

With this formula it is clear that:

lim F (x) = 2 while

x1+

lim F (x) = 2.

x1

So, because the two 1-sided limits are dierent, the limit limx1 F (x) does

not exist.

19

4

3

2

1

0

1

2

3

4

3

Problem 20: (1.6.55 from [Stewart])

If p(x) is a polynomial, show that limxa p(x) = p(a).

Solution

If p(x) is a polynomial, that means that it is of the form:

c0 + c1 x + c2 x2 + . . . + cn xn

for some numbers c0 , c1 , . . . , cn . The deduction of the required formula now

proceeds in the following way:

=

=

=

=

=

limxa p(x)

(

)

limxa c0 + c1 x + c2 x2 + . . . + cn xn (

)

limxa (c0 ) + limxa (c1 x) + limxa c2 x2 + . . . + limxa (cn xn )

c0 + c1 limxa x + c2 (limxa x)2 + . . . + cn (limxa x)n

c0 + c1 a + c2 a2 + . . . cn an

p(a).

would write:

n

2

n

p(x) = c0 + c1 x + c2 x + . . . + cn x =

ci xi .

i=1

20

( n

)

i

limxa p(x) = lim

i=0(ci x )

nxa

=

limxa ci xi (By the limit law for sums.)

ni=0

i

=

(By the limit law for products

i=0 ci (limxa x)

and simple functions.)

n

i

=

(Because limxa x = a.)

i=0 ci a

= p(a).

Problem 21: (1.6.56 from [Stewart])

If r(x) is a rational function (recall that this means that r(x) = p(x)

q(x) for

some polynomials p(x) and q(x)), show that limxa r(x) = r(a) for every

number in the domain of r(x).

Solution

If r(x) is a rational function, that means that it is of the form p(x)

q(x) for two

polynomials p(x) and q(x). The domain of r(x) is precisely the set of points

a where q(a) = 0. For such points, it follows from the Quotient law for

limits that:

limxa p(x)

p(a)

p(x)

=

=

,

lim

xa q(x)

limxa q(x)

q(a)

(where the last equality above was the result of the previous exercise on the

limits of polynomials).

Thus:

p(a)

p(x)

=

= r(a).

lim

xa q(x)

q(a)

21

If limx1

carefully.

f (x)8

x1

Solution

The trick here is to arrange the expression f (x) so that

( we )can use the

information we have, which is that the limit limx1 f (x)8

exists and

x1

equals 10. To use this information we write:

f (x) =

f (x) 8

(x 1) + 8.

x1

)

(

and limx1 (x 1)

1. To begin, note that the limits limx1 f (x)8

x1

both exist (by assumption and by a simple

calculation),

(

) so, by the

f (x)8

limit law for products, the limit limx1 x1 (x 1) also exists,

and equals

(

)

(

)

f (x) 8

f (x) 8

lim

(x 1) = lim

lim (x 1) = 10 0 = 0.

x1

x1

x1

x1

x1

(

f (x)8

x1

(x 1)

and limx1 8 exist, then, by the limit law for sums, we can deduce that

the limit

(

)

f (x) 8

lim f (x) = lim

(x 1) + 8

x1

x1

x1

also exists and equals

(

)

f (x) 8

(x 1) + lim 8 = 0 + 8 = 8.

lim

x1

x1

x1

So limx1 f (x) = 8.

22

Consider the function

{

f (x) =

x2

0

if x is rational

.

if x is irrational

Solution

This is going to be a direct application of the squeeze theorem. The functions

we will squeeze this function between are:

g1 (x) = 0,

g2 (x) = x2 .

Clearly,

lim g1 (x) = lim g2 (x) = 0

x0

x0

g1 (x) f (x) g2 (x).

The clearest way to explain this fact logically is to separately check the

two cases: the case where x is rational and the case where x is irrational.

If x is rational then f (x) = x2 , and the inequality we have to check is

0 x2 x2 ,

which is clearly true.

On the other hand, if x is irrational, then the equality that needs to be

checked is

0 0 x2 ,

which, again, is clearly true.

Thus the assumptions of the squeeze theorem are satised, and we can

now deduce that

lim f (x) = 0.

x0

23

Find an example to illustrate the fact that it is possible for limxa (f (x)g(x))

to exist even though neither limxa f (x) nor limxa g(x) exists.

Solution

There are countless correct solutions here. How about setting a = 0 and

{

1

if x < 0,

f (x) = g(x) =

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