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G-Level Complementary Test: MaD6NVCO08 Directions Warning: There are more than one version of the test.
90 minutes. Calculators and Formulas for the National Test in Mathematics D, and your personalized green-booklet. Test material: The test material should be handed in together with your solutions. Write your name on all sheets of paper you have in front of you. Test time Resources The test The test consists of a total of 6 problems. For some problems (where it says Only answer is required) it is enough to give short answers. For the other problems short answers are not enough. They require that you write down what you do, that you explain your train of thought, that you, when necessary, draw figures. When you solve problems graphically/numerically please indicate how you have used your resources. Try all of the problems. It can be relatively easy, even towards the end of the test, to receive some points for partial solutions. A positive evaluation can be given even for unfinished solutions. This test is a complementary test to the G-level test which was given the day before yesterday, the goal is to give another chance to fulfill the minimum requirement for passing the course. The maximum score is 59 points (29 original G-test, 30 points complementary G-test). The maximum number of points you can receive for each solution is indicated after each problem. Lower limit for the mark on the test Pass (G): 15 points (original test) or (29 in the original+complementary test) This test is only a G-test. The higher level VG/MVG-level test will be given on Friday 14 October 2010. To qualify for taking the higher-level test, the quality of students solution in the G-test must be high, and the total score must be more than 20. Prob G G Prob. G G Prob. G G 11 2 12a 1 12b 1 12c 2 13a 2 13b 2 13c 2 Sum 12 Total 59 8a 2 8b 1 8c 1 8d 1 8e 1 8f 2 9a 3 9b 3 10a 2 10b 2 Sum 18 1a 2 1b 2 2a 2 2b 2 3 2 4a 2 4b 4 5 4 67 4 6 5 Sum 29

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8. Differentiate the following functions w.r.t. x 4 y = 5 (3 + 2 cos 7 x ) + 6 . a. y = ln 4 x b.

c. d. e. f.

y = ln x 5 y = 5e3 ln x y= Let ex ln x f (x ) = x2 . Calculate f (e ) using derivative of the function. ln x

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Suggested solutions: 3 a. Answer: y = 280 sin 7 x (3 + 2 cos 7 x )


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y = 5 (3 + 2 cos 7 x ) + 6 y = 5 4 2 ( 7 sin 7 x ) (3 + 2 cos 7 x ) 1 Answer: y '= x 1 y = ln 4 x y ' = x 5 Answer: y '= x 5 y = ln x 5 y = 5 ln x y ' = x 3 5e Answer: y '= x 5e3 3 y = 5e ln x y ' = x x e ( x ln x 1) Answer: y = 2 x(ln x ) 1 e x ln x e x x x x ex x = e x ln x e = e ( x ln x 1) y = y= 2 2 ln x (ln x )2 x(ln x ) x(ln x ) 2 x ln x x Answer: f ( x ) = f (e ) = e (ln x )2 1 2 x ln x x 2 2 x x = 2 x ln x x = x (2 ln x 1) f (x ) = f (x ) = 2 ln x (ln x )2 (ln x ) (ln x )2 e (2 ln e 1) e (2 1) f (e ) = f (e ) = f (e ) = e 2 (ln e) (1)2
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9. The length of each side of an square is 15.0 cm . a. How fast is the area of the square changing when the length of each side is changing at the rate of 1.20 cm / min ? [3/0] b. How fast is the side of the square changing when the area of the square is changing at the rate of 2.0 cm 2 / s ? [3/0] Suggested solutions: dA a. Answer: [1/0] = 26 cm 2 / min dt A = s2 dA 2 A = s ds = 2s ds dA [1/0] = 2s dt dt dA = dA ds dt ds dt s = 15.0 cm dA dA ds = 2 (15.0 cm ) (1.2 cm / min ) = 26 cm 2 / min [1/0] = 1.2 cm / min dt dt dt ds dA dt = 2s dt
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ds 1 = cm / s = 4.0 cm / min dt 15

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A = s2 dA = 2s A = s2 dA ds ds 1 dA ds = 2s = [1/0] dA dA ds dt dt dt 2s dt = dt ds dt s = 15.0 cm ds 1 dA (2.0 cm 2 / s ) ds 1 dA = = = cm / s = 4.0 cm / min = 2.0 cm 2 / s dt dt 2 s dt 2 (15.0 cm ) dt 15 ds dA dt = 2 s dt [1/0]

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10. The function f ( x ) = 3 cos 2 x + 5 is given a) Find the slope of the tangent to the curve f ( x ) = 3 cos 2 x + 5 at x = [2/0] b) Find the equation of such a tangent. Suggested solutions: a. Answer: k = 6 f ( x ) = 3 cos 2 x + 5 f ( x ) = 3 2 sin 2 x f ( x ) = 6 sin 2 x

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f ( x ) = 6 sin 2 x k = f = 6 sin 2 = 6 sin = 6 [1/0] 4 4 2 3 b. Answer: y = 6 x + 5 + [1/0] 2 If the equation of the tangent is given by y = 6 x + m , we may use the fact 3 + m = 3 cos + 5 that y = f 6 + m = 3 cos 2 + 5 [1/0] 4 2 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 +m = 0+5 m =5+ y = 6 x + 5 + 2 2 2 Note that derivatives of trigonometric functions are defined only in radian.

Tangent to the function 10

y = 6 x + 5 +
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11. Find the minimum of positive x in radian with two decimals for which sin 3 x = 0.7 . [2/0] Suggested solutions: Answer: x 0.26 rad [1/0] 0.775 2 x= + n 3x = 0.775 + n 2 3 3 sin 3 x = 0.7 3x = sin 1 (0.7 ) n N 3 x = 0.775 + n 2 2 0.775 x = + n 3 3

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x = 0.25847 rad 0.26 rad

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Answer: x 0.26 rad

12. Find the area of a circle sector if the radius of it is 4.0 m and its central angle is a) b) c)
1.0 rad 2.5 rad 82

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Suggested solutions: a. Answer: A = 8.0 m 2

1 (4.0) br r 2 = A= = 8.0 m 2 Area of the sector: A = 2 2 2 2 b. Answer: A = 20. m


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2.5 (4.0) br r 2 = A= = 20. m 2 Area of the sector: A = 2 2 2 2 c. Answer: A = 11.4 m


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13. Find f (0 ) if f ( x ) = 3 cos 2 x 5 sin 3 x a.


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b. f ( x ) = (1 + cos x ) c. f ( x ) = sin 5 (2 x 1) Suggested solutions: a. Answer: f (0) = 15 f ( x ) = 3 cos 2 x 5 sin 3 x f ( x ) = 3 2 sin 2 x 5 3 cos 3 x f ( x ) = 6 sin 2 x 15 cos 3 x f (0) = 6 sin 0 15 cos 0 = 0 15 = 15
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f ( x ) = 5 sin x (1 + cos x ) f (0 ) = 5 sin 0 (1 + cos 0) = 0 [1/0] c. Answer: f (0 ) = 10 cos(1) sin 4 (1) = 2.7 f ( x ) = sin 5 (2 x 1) f ( x ) = 5 2 cos(2 x 1) sin 4 (2 x 1) [1/0] 4 f ( x ) = 10 cos(2 x 1) sin (2 x 1) f ( x ) = 10 cos(2 x 1) sin 4 (2 x 1) f (0) = 10 cos(0 1) sin 4 (0 1) = 10 cos(1) sin 4 (1) [1/0] f (0 ) = 10 cos(1) sin 4 (1) = 2.7 Note that derivatives of trigonometric functions are defined only in radian. Therefore, the argument must be in radian.
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f ( x ) = (1 + cos x ) f (x ) = 5 ( sin x ) (1 + cos x )

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