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MAC 2233 Homework 3 Spring 2021

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οΆ Technique and rules to compute the derivative

ο· For each problem from problem 41) to 49), given π(π) compute

it derivative function π β²(π) .

41) π(π₯) = 2βπ₯2

3π₯2+1

42) π(π₯) = (π₯3 + 2π₯ β 7)(3 + π₯ β π₯2 )

43) π(π₯) = βπ₯2 + 1

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44) π(π₯) = (π₯ + 1

π₯ )

2 β

5

β3π₯

45) π(π₯) = (5π₯ 4 β 3π₯ 2 + 2π₯ + 1)10

46) π(π₯) = ( π₯+1

1βπ₯ )

2

47) π(π₯) = (3π₯ + 1)β6π₯ + 5

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48) π(π₯) = (3π₯+1)3

(1β3π₯)4

49) π(π₯) = β 1β2π₯

3π₯+2

ο· From problem 50) to 52) find the equation of The Tangent-Line for given function π(π₯) at a given π₯ = π.

50) π(π₯) = π₯2 β 3π₯ + 2 ; ππ‘ π₯ = 1

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51) π(π₯) = π₯

x2+1 ; ππ‘ π₯ = 0

52) π(π₯) = βπ₯2 + 5 ; ππ‘ π₯ = β2

ο· For problem 53) and 54) Find the rate of change of π(π)

with respect to π at the given value of π .

53) π(π‘) = 2π‘ 2β5

1β3t ; ππ‘ π‘ = β1

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54) π(π‘) = ( t2 β 3π‘ + 6 ) 1

2 ; ππ‘ π‘ = 1

ο· For problem 55) and 56) Find the Percentage-Rate of

change of π(π) with respect to π at the given value

of π .

55) π(π‘) = π‘ 2 β 3π‘ + βπ‘ ; ππ‘ π‘ = 4

56) π(π‘) = 2

1+π‘ 2 ; ππ‘ π‘ = 0

ο· For problem 57), 58) and 59)Find the 2nd βderivatives:

57) π(π₯) = 6π₯5 β 4π₯3 + 5π₯2 β 2π₯ + 1

π₯

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58) π(π₯) = 2

1+π₯2

59) π(π₯) = (3π₯2 + 2)4

60) For the function π(π₯) given below,

Find the nth-derivative π(π)(π₯) .

π(π₯) = 1

1βπ₯

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MAC 2233 Homework 4 Spring 2021

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β Application of π β²(π) to find the graph of π(π)

β’ For problems 61) through 64) Find the intervals of increase and

decrease for each given function π(π₯)

61) π(π₯) = 1

3 π₯ 3 β 9π₯ + 2

62) π(π₯) = π₯2

π₯β3

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63) π(π₯) = 1

16βπ₯2

64) π(π₯) = π₯ 2 + 1

π₯2

β’ For problems 65) through 69) determine the critical-numbers π = π of each of the given function π(π₯) and classify each

critical-point ( π , π(π) ) as a Local-Maximum, Local-Minimum, or neither:

65) π(π₯) = 3π₯ 4 β 8π₯ 3 + 6π₯ 2 + 2

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66) π(π₯) = 2π₯ 3 + 6π₯ 2 + 6π₯ + 5

67) π(π₯) = π₯2

π₯β1

68) π(π₯) = 3 + (π₯ 2 β 2π₯ β 3) 2

5

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69) π(π₯) = π₯β9 β π₯

70) Find constants π , π and π so that the graph of the function π(π₯) = ππ₯ 2 + ππ₯ + π has a Local-Maximum at (5, 12) and crosses the y-axis at (0, 3).

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β’ For problems 71) through 73) determine the intervals of concavity

and classify each of these intervals as concave-up and concave-

down for each of the given function π(π₯). Also, find all the inflection-points ( if any).

71) π(π₯) = 2π₯ 6 β 5π₯ 4 + 7π₯ β 3

72) π(π₯) = π₯ 2 β 1

π₯

73) π(π₯) = (π₯ β 4) 7

3

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β’ [PUTTING PIECES TOGETHERβ¦]

For problems 74) through 76) for each given function

π(π₯) determine a) Find intervals on which π(π₯) increasing and decreasing. b) Find intervals on which the graph of π(π₯) is concave-up

and concave-down. c) Find all critical-numbers and classify them as

Local-maximum, Local-Minimum or neither.

d) Find all the inflection-points of π(π₯) ( if any). 74) π(π₯) = π₯ 4 β 4π₯ 3 + 10

75) π(π₯) = (π₯ 2 β 5)3

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76) π(π₯) = π₯ 4 + 6π₯ 3 β 24π₯ 2 + 24

β’ For problems 77) through 80) for each given function π(π₯) Find the Critical-Points and use the Second-Derivative-Test

To find Local-Maximum and Local-Minimum of the given

π(π₯) .

77) π(π₯) = π₯ 4 β 2π₯ 3 + 3

78) π(π₯) = 2π₯ + 1 + 18

π₯

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79) π(π₯) = ( π₯

π₯+1 )

2

80) π(π₯) = (π₯+3)3

(π₯β1)2

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MAC 2233 Homework 5 Spring 2021

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β More Applications of π β²(π) and π β²β²(π) to sketch the graph of π(π) , also optimization problems for business

β’ For problems 81) through 84), sketch the graph of a function

π(π₯) that has all the given properties 81)

o πβ²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ π₯ < 0 πππ π€βππ π₯ > 5 ,

o πβ²(π₯) < 0 π€βππ 0 < π₯ < 5,

o π β²β²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ β 6 < π₯ < β3 πππ π€βππ π₯ > 2 ,

o π β²β²(π₯) < 0 π€βππ π₯ < β6 πππ

π€βππ β 3 < π₯ < 2 .

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82)

o π β²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ π₯ < β2 πππ π€βππ β 2 < π₯ < 3,

o π β²(π₯) < 0 π€βππ π₯ > 3,

o π β²(β2) = 0 and π β²(3) = 0.

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83)

o πβ²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ 1 < π₯ < 2,

o π β²(π₯) < 0 π€βππ π₯ < 1 πππ π€βππ π₯ > 2 ,

o π β²β²(π₯) > 0 πππ π₯ < 2 πππ πππ π₯ > 2 ,

o π β²(1) = 0 and π β²(2) ππ  π’ππππππππ

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84)

o πβ²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ π₯ < 1,

o π β²(π₯) < 0 π€βππ π₯ > 1 ,

o π β²β²(π₯) > 0 π€βππ π₯ < 1 πππ π€βππ π₯ > 1 ,

o π β²(1) ππ  π’ππππππππ.

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β’ For problems 85) through 88), find the Absolute-Maximum and

the Absolute-Minimum values (if any) of the function π(π₯) on the specified interval

85) π(π₯) = β2π₯ 3 + 3π₯ 2 + 12π₯ β 5 ; ππ β 3 β€ π₯ β€ 3

86) π(π₯) = β3π₯ 4 + 8π₯ 3 β 10 ; ππ 0 β€ π₯ β€ 3

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87) π(π₯) = π₯2

π₯+1 ; ππ β

1

2 β€ π₯ β€ 1

88) π(π₯) = 2π₯ + 8

π₯ + 2 ; ππ π₯ > 0

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89) Find two positive numbers whose sum is 50 and whose product is as large as possible.

90) The are 320 yards of fencing available to enclose a rectangular field. How should this fencing be used so that the enclosed area is as large as possible?

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91) Prove that of all rectangles with a given perimeter, the square has the largest-Area. 92) Prove that of all rectangles with a given area, the square has the Smallest-Perimeter.

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93) A carpenter has been asked to build an open box with a square base. The sides of the box will cost \$3 per square meter, and the base will cost \$4 per square meter. What are the dimensions of the box of Greatest- Volume that can be constructed for \$48 ? 94) Diana is a carpenter who has been hired to make a Closed-Box with a square-base and Volume of 250 cubic- meters. The material for the Top and the Bottom of the box costs \$2 per square meter, and the material for the sides costs \$1 per square meter. Can Diana construct the box for less than \$300 ?

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95) Use Logarithmic-Differentiation to compute π β²(π₯) given

π(π₯) = (π₯ 2 + π 2π₯)3 π β2π₯

(1 + π₯ + π₯ 2)2/3

96) Use Logarithmic-Differentiation to compute π β²(π₯) given

π(π₯) = π β2π₯ (2 β π₯ 3)3/2

β 1+π₯ 2

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97) Use Logarithmic-Differentiation to compute π β²(π₯) given

π(π₯) = (π₯ + 1)3 (6 β π₯)2 β2π₯ + 1 3

98) Use Logarithmic-Differentiation to

compute π β²(π₯) given

π(π₯) = 5π₯ 3

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99) Notice that π¦ = π(π₯) [π‘βππ‘ ππ  π¦ ππ  π ππ’πππ‘πππ πππππππππ ππ π₯]. Use Implicit-Differentiation to find π¦β² [π€βππβ ππ  π¦β² = π β²(π₯) ] given

π₯ π βπ¦ + π¦ π βπ₯ = 3

100) The Marginal-Profit of a certain commodity is

π β²(π₯) = 100 β 2π₯ When π₯ units are produced. When 10 units are produced, the Profit is \$700.

a) Find the profit π(π₯) . b) What production level π₯ results in maximum

Profit ? What is the maximum Profit ?

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