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Math 150 Exam 3 Review Chapters 3.1-4.6 M.

Kashi

Revised Fall 2016

Show all your work. All answers must be simplified.

1. Find the derivative of :

2x 3

a) f x 4 x 2 3 x e 2 x 5
. b) g x 2 5 3 x . c) h x ln .
4 5x

d) k x 5 e3 x , e), f) m x 1n 4 x 3 , g) n x e 2 x ln x .

2. Find the equation for the tangent line: y x 3 e1 x at x 1 .

3. Find the absolute maximum and minimum points of y x 2 e x on 0, 10 .

4. Integrate:
a)
(4 x 3
5 x 3) dx , b)
7 e 2x
3

x 4 dx ,

x e dx .
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c) dx d) 9 x 2 ln x dx , e) 8 x9

(2 x 5)

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5. Use the left hand sum to approximate


9 x
2
2
dx ; n6 .

6. Evaluate:
2 1 6
a)
1
5x 4 x dx
3
b)
0
2 x 5 x 4 dx , c)
2
0
e 5 x dx .

7. a) Find the area under y 5 x x 2 6 on 2, 3 . Sketch and shade the area.


b) Find the area of the region enclosed by the graphs of f ( x) 9 x 2 and
g ( x) x 2 8 .

8. The rate of monthly precipitation in Seattle can be modeled by: p x 0.2 x 2.02
where 1 x 12 and x = 1 corresponds to January, x = 2 to February, etc. P(x) is the
rate of precipitation each month in inches/month.

a) Evaluate and interpret p(12).


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b) Evaluate and interpret
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p x dx
c) Find the average precipitation in Seattle in first 4 months.
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9. I) The AMC Movie Theater at the Block, currently sells about 1200 tickets for each movie
production. A ticket costs $9. The number of people q willing to pay price x for a ticket is
given by the demand function q D (x ) 4200 1000 x .

a) Is the demand elastic or inelastic at the current $9 price?


b) Should the ticket price be raised or lowered to increase revenue?
c) For what price is the revenue the greatest?

II) Given the price-demand function q D( x) 300 e 0.25 x where x is the price at which q are
sold.
a) Find E(x)
b) Find E(3) and interpret
c) Find the price that will maximize the revenue.

10. Find the average value of y x 2 x between x = 4 and x = 12.

11. The editor of a textbook estimates if x thousand copies are given away, the first years
sales will be s( x) 20 12e 0.03 x thousand copies .

a) if they give away 3000 copies what will be the first years sales?
b) If the editor wants to sell about 10,500 copies the first year, about how many should
he give away?
c) Find s(4) and interpret

II) A cookie company determines its marginal cost of the xth gourmet cookie to be:
C ( x) 0.0002 x 1.25 where the cost to make 10 gourmet cookies is $17.49.

a) Find the cost function C(x)


b) Use the cost function to determine the cost to produce 1000 cookies

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Math 150 Exam 3 Review KEY Chapters 3.1-4.6 M. Kashi

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a) e 2 x 5 8 x 2 2 x 3 b) ln 1 8 253 x
c)
7
10 x 23x 12
2

d) 15e3 x 3 ln x 1 1
2

e) f) g) e2 x ln x 2
x x x
2 y 2x 1
4
3 Abs min : A(0, 0), Abs Max : B 2, 2
e
3 3 x7
a) x 4 2.5 x 2 3x C c) ln 2 x 5 C
3
4 b) 3.5 e 2 x C
7
1 x9
d) 3 x 3 ln x x 3 C e) e C
9
5 23.125
c) 1 5 1
6 a) 45 2 b) 38 15
5e 30

7 a) 73 6 unit 2 b) 2 2 3 unit 2
8 a) 4.42 in of rain in Dec. b) Total rain in Feb June 13.60 in c) Avg rain in Jan Apr 2.42 in
9 I) a) Elastic. b) Pr ice should be decreased c) Pr ice should be $7.84
b)
II) a) E x 0.25 x c) Pr ice $4 will Max Re v
E 3 0.75 1, Inc. price will inc.Re v.
10 232 3
Sales are inc. at rate
11 I) a) 9033books will be sold b) He should give away 7787 copies c)
319 books /1000 give away
II) a) C x 5 1.25 x 0.0001x 2
b) C 1000 $1155