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(1) [ /4 ] The number of foxes in a forest t years (2) [ /6 ]
7x 7x
after 1900 is A sin( B (t C )) + D d 2cos(2x) e + 7 sin(2x) e
(sin(2 x)e7x + cos(4))
The average number of foxes is 450 . The number varies dx

by 220 with a period of 17 years. In the year 1937 the


number of foxes was 450 / 2
8 + 10 sin(2 x) dx 4 + 10
0

A = 220 B = 2/17 C = 37 D = 450


the average of 5 x
between x = 1 65/6
and x = 9
(3) [ /6 ] Find the local maximum and minimum of
(4) [ /6 ] g(x) is the linear approximation to
f (x) = 2 x + 18 x 1 + 3
f (x) = 6 + 2 1+ x
at local max x= -3 y= -9
That agrees with this function at x = 0 and at x = 8

15 g(x) = 8 + (x/2) Simplify the answer


at local min x= 3 y=

(b) What is the percentage error


f (x) = 2 - 18x -2 f (x) = 36x -3 given by this approximation 5 %
at x = 3 . Simplify the answer

(5) [ /4] A triangle is changing. Initially the base


(c) Show the formula you used to work out (b)
of the triangle is 40 cm and this is increasing at a rate of
[something like (f(4)+g(5))/(100 g(6)) ]
2 cm/hour. Initially the height is 30 cm and this is
decreasing at a rate of 3 cm/hour.
100 |f(3)-g(3)|/ f(3)
(a) How quickly is the area
of the triangle changing ? -30 cm 2 /hr
(6) [ /4] A rocket flies vertically upwards. When
(b) name the three functions you use in this problem here the second stage ignites the rocket is 3000 meters above the
[ example R(t) = radius at time t ] ground and has velocity 200 m/sec. The acceleration t
b(t) = length of base after t hours seconds after the second stage ignites is 12t + 6 ms 2
h(t) = height of triangle after t hours
a(t) = area of triangle after t hours (a) what is the velocity of 2
6t + 6t + 200
the rocket after t seconds ?
(c) Using the function names from (b)
what formula did you use for (a) ? (b) what is the height of the rocket
above the ground after t seconds ?
a(0)=(1/2)[b(0)h(0)+b(0)h(0))
3 2
2t + 3t + 200t + 3000
[area of a triangle is half base times height]
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(1) [ /6 ] (2) [ /6 ] 1/2


(1/2)x-1/2e 3x+ 3 x e3x
The graph shows d
xe 3x
the average daily dx
temperature during / 3 8/3
2 years in Anchorage 0 4 sin(3x) dx
starting January 1 .
Let t be number of days the average of cos(x)
after January 1. This data is to be approximated by between 0 and / 2 2/
a function a + b sin(c t + d). What are a,b,c d ?
a= -9 b= 26 c= d= - (4) [ /6 ] Find a linear approximation to
2/370
3 + (5 x/ ) + ( x/ ) 2 + 0 .1 sin(10x)
(3) [ /6 ] Find the local maximum and minimum of
That agrees with this function at x=0 and at x= / 10
f ( x) = x 2e3x
local max x= -2/3 y= 4 e -2 /9 3 + 51x/(10)

What is the error


local min x= 0 y= 0 given by this approximation (1/10)(1/400)
at x= / 20

f (x) = (3x2 +2x)e 3x f (x) =


(9x2 +12x+2)e3x Draw a labelled diagram and clearly name any unknows here.
Show the main steps used to solve the problem here.
Put complete work in blue book.
(5) [ /6] A water tank has a circular base with a
radius of 3 meters. Initially water fills the tank to a depth
of 10/ meters. Then water enters through a hose at
a constant rate 1 cubic meter per hour. At the same time
water is drained at an increasing rate so that after t hours
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(1) [ /6 ] Draw the graph of (2) [ /6 ]
y = 3 + 6 sin(2 ( x 5)/ 10) d 4x 3 sin(3x) + 3x 4 cos(3x)
dx x 4 sin(3x) + e

1 (e 3 -1)/3 - (1/4)
0 ( e3x x 3) dx

no sharp the average of 3 sin(2x) 3(cos(2w)-1)/(2w)


between x = 0
corners
and x = w
curve is
SMOOTH (4) [ /6 ] Find the linear approximation to

f ( x) = 40 / (4 + x)
(3) [ /6 ] Find the local maximum and minimum of
That agrees with this function at x = 0 and at x = 6
f ( x) = 2 x 3 + 3 x 2 36x + 4
10 - x
at local max x= -3 y= 85

-40 What is the percentage error


at local min x= 2 y= 100/8
given by this approximation
at x = 1

f (x) = f (x) = 12x + 6 Clearly name all functions and show the main steps used
6x 2 + 6x - 36
to solve the problem here. Put complete work in blue book.

(5) [ /6] At the start of 2010 the DeAnda Oil Company


is producing 5000 barrels of oil per month and this is
increasing at a rate of 400 barrels of oil per month. The
price of one barrel of oil was $80 and decreasing at a rate t = number of months after Jan 2010
of $ 7 per month. At the start of 2010
(a) What is the income x(t) = number of barrels produced in month t
40000
per month from oil
p(t) = proce of one barrel in month t
(b) Is the income
falling
rising or falling ? i(t) = income in month t
= x(t) p(t)
(c) How quickly is the
monthly income changing ? -3000 $ / month i(0)=p(0)x(0) + p(0)x(0)
=(-7)(5000) + (80)(400) = -3000
(d) What formula did you p(0)x(0) + p(0)x(0)
use for (c)