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MAC 2311 Exam 1 Review

Fall 2016

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MAC 2311 Exam 1 Review

1. Write each function piecewise without absolute value bars.

(a) f (x) = |2x + 1|

|10x + 8|

5x + 4

(c) h(x) = |x|−1

(b) g(x) =

2. Find the domain of each function below.

(a) f (x) = ln(x3 − 1)

r

x+1

(b) g(x) =

x2 + x − 6

y −1

x−1

+

(c) h(x, y) =

x−y y−x

1+t

(d) v(t) = √

1 − t2

3. Simplify each expression.

(a) −x−1 (1 + x2 )−2/3 − 2x−3 (1 + x2 )1/3

(b) x2 (1 − 2x)−3/2 + (1 − 2x)−1/2

(c)

1

(x

2

+ 1)(2x − 3x2 )−1/2 (2 − 6x) − (2x − 3x2 )1/2

(x + 1)2

4. Solve the following equations for the indicated variable.

x+2

(a) y =

for x.

x−1

(b) 2 sin2 (θ) + 3 sin(θ) = −1 for θ ∈ [−π, π].

(c) |x − 2| = 1 for x.

2 +1

(d) et

= (e2 )t for t.

5. Solve the following inequalities.

(a) 2 sin(x) > 3 cot(x) for x ∈ [0, 2π).

1

3

(b)

≤

.

x

x+2

x + 1

≥ 1.

(c)

1 − x

(d) ln(x − 3) > 2.

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6. Sketch the graph of each function below. Label any asymptotes or discontinuities.

(a) f (x) = ln(1 − x)

(b) g(x) = 3−x + 1

1

x < −π/2

π2 +x

(c) h(x) = cos(x) −π/2 ≤ x < 0

−x

e

x>0

7. Let f (x) = ln(x) and g(x) = e2x .

(a) Determine (f ◦ g)(x) and its domain.

(b) Determine (g ◦ f )(x) and its domain.

(c) Repeat parts (a) and (b) with f (x) = sin(x) and g(x) = sin−1 (x).

8. The number of bacteria living on Gleb’s sock doubles every three hours. When initially counted,

there are 100 bacteria.

(a) Assuming no bacteria die, find an exponential function that models the number of bacteria

on Gleb’s sock t hours after the initial counting.

(b) How many bacteria will reside on Gleb’s sock after 15 hours?

(c) How long will it take for the population of bacteria on Gleb’s sock to reach 50, 000?

9. Find a function D(x) which gives the distance from any point (x, y) on the graph of y =

to the point (4, 0).

√

x

10. A container in the shape of a cylinder is to be made using 3π cm2 of aluminum. Express the

volume of the cylinder as a function of its radius only.

x2 − x − 2

|2 − x|

11. Consider the function f (x) =

(a) Find the domain of f (x).

(b) Express f (x) as a piecewise function without absolute value bars.

(c) Calculate lim+ f (x) and lim− f (x).

x→2

x→2

(d) Does lim f (x) exist? Why or why not?

x→2

(e) Is f (x) continuous? If not, determine where f (x) is discontinuous and describe the discontinuity.

(f) Sketch the graph of f (x).

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12. For what real numbers A is the function f (x) =

|x−1|

x2 −1

2

x<1

continuous?

Ax + 6 x ≥ 1

13. The position of a particle in one-dimensional motion is given by s(t) = −10t2 + 25t +

√

t + 2.

(a) Calculate the average velocity of the particle on the time interval [2, 7]

(b) Calculate the average velocity of the particle on the time interval [2, 2 + h]

(c) Send h → 0 in part (b). What is the value of the limit? What does this describe?

(d) Find the equation of the line tangent to h(t) at t = 2.

14. Evaluate the limits below. If the limit does not exist, indicate why.

x2 + x − 6

(a) lim

x→2

x−2

1 1

(b) lim

x→0

x x2 + x

√

x2 + 9 − 5

(c) lim

x→−4

x+4

15. Suppose 4x − 9 ≤ f (x) ≤ x2 − 4x + 7 for all x > 0.

(a) Is this sufficient information to calculate lim f (x)? If so, what is the value of the limit? If

x→4

not, explain why.

(b) Is this sufficient information to calculate lim f (x)? If so, what is the value of the limit? If

x→1

not, explain why.

16. Evaluate the limits below. If the limit does not exist, indicate why.

(a) lim ex

x→∞

(b) lim e−x

x→∞

(c) lim ln(x)

x→∞

(d) lim+ ln(x)

x→0

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17. Evaluate the limits below. If the limit does not exist, indicate why.

7x3 + x2 − 5

(a) lim 3

x→∞ x − 2x + 1

4x7

(b) lim

x→−∞ 3 − 2x4

x−3

(c) lim 2

x→∞ x + 2x + 1

2x2 + 1

(d) lim

x→−∞ 3x − 5

−1 (x)

(e) lim etan

x→∞

.

18. The profit generated by selling x Florida Gators branded keychains is given by

P (x) = 100x +

10, 000

x+1

(a) Find the average change in profit if vendors go from selling x keychains to x + h keychains.

(b) How is profit changing when vendors are selling exactly 50, 000 keychains?

19. Use (either) of the limit definition(s) of the derivative to calculate the derivatives of each function

below.

(a) f (x) = x2

√

(b) g(x) = x

(c) h(x) = sin(x)

20. In this problem we will work with the functions from the previous problem.

(a) For what values of x (if any) do each of the functions have horizontal tangent lines?

(b) For what values of x (if any) do each of the functions have vertical tangent lines?

(c) On what intervals (if any) is each of the functions increasing?

(d) On What intervals (if any) is each of the functiosn decreasing?

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