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Grade 12 S, NS Book ,Chapter 4

1.

Given: x and y are functions of time t that are related by the equation y 2 3 xy .

a)

dy

dx

8 . Find

dt

dt

b)

c)

Find the point(s), if they exist where the curve has a horizontal tangent.

d)

Find the set of points which belong to C where the line tangent to the curve is

1

parallel to y x .

3

Grade 12 S, NS Book ,Chapter 5

2.

Given:

a)

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dy 1

x y 2.

dx 3

Sketch a slope field for the given equation at the plotted nine points in the

coordinate plane.

y

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d2y

.

dx 2

b)

c)

d2y

Find the inequality that describes the region in the xy-plane for which all

>0.

dx 2

d)

condition f 0 2 . Does f(x) has a turning point at x = 0? What is its nature?

e)

to the differential equation.

3.

Given y e3 x x ......... C .

2

a)

b)

c)

Find an expression for the volume generated when the region limited by the graph

of (C) and y = 2 is rotated 2 about y = 1.

4.

bg

Given y f x where

dy

y 11 2 x .

dx

d2y

at (3, 2).

dx 2

dy

y 11 2 x with the initial condition f 3 2 .

b) Solve

dx

a)

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Find

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5.

2

a)

b)

When region S is revolved about the x-axis a solid is generated, find the volume

of this solid.

c)

The region S is the base of a solid. Consider each cross section, of this solid,

perpendicular to the horizontal axis as a rectangle whose height is three times the

width, where the width is bounded by the graphs of the given functions. Find the

volume of the solid.

6.

3x 3

The function m x is given by m x

3x 3

when

when

0 x3

3 x 0

0

a)

b g b g

b g

Find g 1 , g 1 , and g 1 .

c)

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7.

Distance x (mm)

Diameter L(x) (mm)

0

20

50

25

100

20

150

35

200

28

250

27

300

35

Suppose that a water pipe is 300 millimeters (mm) long with circular cross sections of

varying diameter. The table given above gives the measurements of the diameter of

the water pipe at selected points along the length of the water pipe, where x represents

the distance from one end of the water pipe and L(x) is a twice-differentiable function

that represents the diameter at that point.

a)

Give an integral expression in terms of L(x) that represents the average radius,

in mm, of the water pipe between x = 0 and x = 300.

b)

Give an approximate value of your answer from part (a) using the data from

the given table and a midpoint Riemann sum with three subintervals of equal

length. Show all your working.

c)

L x

Explain the meaning of the expression

dx in terms of the water

2

90

pipe, using proper units.

d)

Why there must be at least one value x, for 0 < x < 300, such that L x 0 .

250

8.

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a)

Find

b)

Solve

d

g x at x 2

dx

dy

3x y with the initial condition g(2) = 15.

dx

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9.

f x is differentiable over

bg

The table gives the values of f and its derivative f . f x 0 for x 2.5,1 .

x

bg

f b x g

f x

-2.5

-2.0

-1.5

0.5

-2

-6

-8

-3

-1

-5

-3

-6

-7

-2

10

a)

3 f x 5 dx .

1.5

b)

i)

ii)

Approximate the value of f 0.4 , using the equation of the tangent line.

iii) Compare the approximate value of f 0.4 , to the actual value of f 0.4 .

c)

Find a positive real number r having the property that there must exist a value c

bg

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10.

x = 2 and x = 5 and a tangent of an undefined slope at x = 4.

In each of the following, you should justify your answer by showing all working.

Over the interval 9,9 ,

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a)

b)

c)

d)

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11.

following information is given about g(x):

i)

ii)

a)

b)

Assume that

0

12. Given the graphs of the two curves y x2 and y 1 x3 . The region A in the first

quadrant is bounded by y x2 and y 1 x3 and the y-axis and the region B in the

first quadrant is bounded by the two curves and the x-axis.

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a)

b)

c)

Find the volume of the solid generated when A is revolved about the x-axis.

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13.

2.5

y

2

1.5

0.5

0

-0.5

0.5

1.5

-0.5

function g(x) defined for x 0 with g(0) = 0.

a)

Using the graph of g , what type of concavity if any, does g x represent when

1.3 x 1.6 . Explain.

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b)

c)

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14.

Velocity

(meters per second)

v(t)

15

10

(5,10)

(12,10)

5

O

10 12 15

Time (seconds)

(20,0)

t

20

velocity v(t) in m/s is represented by the graph above.

20

a)

0

b)

Find v 5 and v 16 if any of these values does not exist state so give the unit of

c)

measure of v 16 .

Express a(t), the acceleration of the motorcycle as a piecewise defined function.

d)

e)

Does the Mean Value Theorem guarantee a value of K, K 8,16 such that

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15. Given: g x 3kxe4kx , k 0

a)

Find

i)

lim g ( x)

ii) lim g ( x)

x

b)

absolute maximum.

c)

16.

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where k is a constant and y is the number of bacteria present. The initial population is

1,500 and the population doubled during the first 6 days.

a)

b)

c)

By what factor will the population have increased in the first 12 days?

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17.

(3, 2)

(3,2)

(5,3)

(4,0)

(5,2)

Graph of f

2

5

3

Find g 1 , g 1 and g 1 . If the value does not exist, state so.

a)

b)

answer.

5

c)

If h x f t dt where 5 x 5 .

x

ii) Find all intervals on which h x is decreasing.

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18.

1

is graphed when x 0 . If A is the

x 1

region bounded by the graph of f, the x-axis and y-axis and the line x = m; and B is the

region

in

the

first

quadrant

bounded

by

the

line

x = m, the graph of f x and x 3, 0 m 3

Consider the graph of the function f x

a)

b)

c)

Find m such that the volume when B is revolved about the x-axis is half that of A

when revolved about x-axis.

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19.

a)

For 6 x 6 , find all the values of x at which f has a relative maximum, give

reasons.

b)

c)

d)

If

given

that

f 6 10 ,

find

the

absolute

maximum

f x , 6 x 6 .

20. Solve the differential equation y x y , given that when x = 3, y = 25.

Write an expression for in the form y g x .

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value

of

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a)

1

ln t 1 .

2

Find the area of the region formed by the graphs of f and g between t

1

3

and t = 0.5.

b)

Find the volume of the solid generated when the region formed by the graphs of f

and g between t

c)

1

and t = 0.5 is revolved about the line y = 3.

3

For the function n t h t k t , find the absolute minimum and the absolute

1 1

maximum on , .

3 2

Grade 12 S, NS Book ,Chapter 7

22. Given a cone with vertex pointed downwards, whose radius is 10 cm and height double

its radius. Water is pumped into the cone so that the depth of the water h is changing at

the constant rate of

1

cm/hr, and the radius of the water surface is r.

4

a)

b)

Find the rate of change of the volume of water in the container, with respect to

time, when h = 8 cm.

c)

Find the relation between the rate of change of the volume of water and the

surface area of the water. (Hint: directly proportional).

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23.

t

(seconds)

0

4

8

12

16

20

24

28

32

36

40

v(t)

(meter per seconds)

0

10

18

25

50

60

73

82

70

50

73

The velocity v(t) of a train in m/s for 0 t 40 is given in the table which gives values

of v(t) at 4 second intervals of time t.

a)

b)

c)

40

d)

Approximate

v t dt

24. Given h x x3 4 x , and m is a tangent line to the graph of h with equation

y x 2 . Let S be the region bounded by the graph of h, the line m:

a)

Sketch the graph of the given function h and the tangent line m.

b)

c)

d)

Find the volume of the solid generated when the region in the second quadrant

bounded by the graph of h x and the x-axis is rotated about the x-axis.

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25.

The figure shows the graph of y h x , for x 1, 6 . The given graph has a

horizontal tangent lines at x = 2 and x = 4. The function h is twice differentiable and

h 3 2 .

a)

Find the abscissa of each of the points of inflection of the graph of h. Justify.

b)

For what value of x does h reach its absolute minimum value over 1, 6 ?

c)

For what value of x does h reach its absolute maximum value over 1, 6 ?

d)

tangent to the graph of g at x = 3.

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26. Given

a)

dy

x 4 y 1 .

dx

Sketch a slope field for the given differential equation at the twelve points

indicated.

b)

c)

The slope field is defined at every point in the xy-plane. Describe all points in the

xy-plane for which the slopes are negative.

Find the particular solution y g x to the given differential equation with the

initial condition g 0 0

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27.

Expansion

in cm

(x)

10

7

5

1

0

Temperature

M(x)

100

80

75

63

60

The table gives some values of the x, in cm, and the corresponding values of the

temperature M x in degrees Celsius (C). The function M x is increasing and

twice differentiable.

a)

b)

c)

Estimate the average temperature using a trapezoidal sum with the four

subintervals using the data given in the table.

10

0

10

M x dx

0

28.

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Let f x 1 cos x

a)

b)

c)

d)

3

If Rolles theorem applicable for f x in the interval ,

2 2

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29.

the quadrant II bounded by the graph of g, the x-axis and y-axis. S is the region

bounded by the graph of g and line t, which is tangent to the graph of g at x 1.5 .

a)

b)

c)

Without actually evaluating, write an integral expression for the area of region of

S.

30.

2x

3x 2 2

, 1 x 6

a)

Find the exact value for the area R, show all your work.

b)

The line x k divides the area R into two equal parts, find the value of k.

c)

31.

x3

, the line

2 x2

a)

b)

c)

Find the volume of the solid generated when M is revolved about the line

y = 0.

d)

Find the volume of the solid whose base is the region M if the cross sections taken

perpendicular to the x-axis are equilateral triangles.

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32.

t

(min)

0

v(t)

(km/min)

8.0

10.3

10

18.2

15

8.0

20

14.5

25

12.6

30

13.6

35

14.3

40

19.7

A particle moves in a straight line with positive velocity v(t), in km per min at time t

minutes, where v is a differentiable function of t. Values of v(t) 0 t 40 are shown in

the given table.

a)

Use a left point Riemann sum with four subintervals of equal length and values

40

v t dt .

40

v t dt

b)

Using the values in the table, find the smallest number of instances at which the

acceleration of the particle could equal to zero on the (0, 40)? Justify your

answer.

c)

0 t 40 .

ii) Calculate the average velocity in the given interval.

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33.

a)

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dy

x ( y 1)2 .

dx

dy

dx

Point

(-1, 0)

(0, 0)

(1, 0)

(2, 1)

(1, 1)

(0, 1)

(-1, 1)

(-2, 1)

b)

c)

Use the slope field of the given differential equation to explain why a solution

could not have the graph shown below.

y

-2

-1

x

1

-1

d)

Find the particular solution y f ( x) to the given differential equation with the

initial condition f (0) 1 .

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34.

35.

x 2 1

x 3

a)

b)

c)

Find f 2

Draw the graph of f

d)

If y 2 2 xy, at t 4 , y 2 and

dy

dx

.

6 , find

dt

dt

A pool has 1550 gallons of water at t 0 . During the time 0 t 15 hours, water is

1600

gallons/hr and during the same time,

flowing into the pool at a rate of I t

1 sin 2 x

water is removed from the pool at a rate of O t 12ln x 2 2 gallons per hour.

a)

How many gallons of water are flowing into the pool during the interval

0 t 12 ?

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b)

c)

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36.

a)

dy

2

x

y 1 1 sin

.

dx

2

Sketch the slope field for the given differential equation at the nine points

indicated.

y

b)

y = k, where k is a constant, satisfies the given differential equation, find the value

of k.

c)

h 1 0 .

Grade 12 S, NS Book , Chapters 2 & 3

37.

is v t 6 5 tan 1 et . At t = 0, the particle is at x = 1.

along

x-axis

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

What is the direction of the particle with respect to the origin at t = 3 is it towards

or away from it?

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38.

t

(sec)

10

20

30

35

45

50

v(t)

(m/sec)

10

20

10

12

15

15

a(t)

(m/sec2)

acceleration of a particle.

35

a)

v t dt

10

from the given table and explain the meaning of your answer.

50

b)

0

c)

this?

d)

39.

2t 2

The velocity of a particle at time t is given by v t t 2 sin

. The particle

3

moves along the x-axis and at t = 0 its position is x = 1.

a)

decreasing speed at t = 3? Justify.

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b)

At what time t for 0 < t < 4 does the particle change direction? Justify.

c)

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40.

Given a function f defined over the set of real numbers, such that f (0) 5

f (0) 2, and f (0) 1 . f is a twice differentiable function.

k.

b) Given h( x) f x mx 1, m

4

5

i) Find h ( x) .

ii) Write the equation of the line normal to the graph of h when x = 0.

41.

x t sin 2t , y t 3t where t

a)

b)

Find the smallest positive t such that xcoordinate of the particle is a local

maximum.

c)

d)

answer with 5 .

Sketch the graph of the path of the particle indicating clearly the direction of

motion along it.

e)

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42.

Height (meters)

f(x)

x

0

The height f of the ramp in a toy is a function of x. Given that:

(i)

f (0) 0

(ii)

f (4) 1

(iii)

a)

f (0) 0

f (4) 1

condition in (ii).

b)

x2

satisfies

16

c)

Use the answer of part b to show that f ( x) does not satisfy the condition (iii)

d)

Given f ( x)

xm

m 0, n 0 . Find n so that f ( x) satisfies condition (ii) then

n

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(A graphic calculator is needed)

43.

a)

Find the area of the region R enclosed by the graph of y 3x 1 , the vertical

line x = 3, and the x-axis.

b)

When R is revolved about the horizontal line y = 3, find the volume of the solid

generated.

c)

When R is revolved about the vertical line x = 7, find the volume of the solid

generated.

44.

A 17 foot ladder is sliding down a wall at a rate of 5 feet / sec. When the top of the

ladder is 8 feet from the ground

a)

How fast is the foot of the ladder sliding away from the wall?

b)

Let be the angle the ladder form with the horizontal floor. Find

d

dt

45.

A tank holds 2500 gallons of chemical solution at the time t = 0. During the time

interval, 0 t 6 hours, water is pumped into the tank at a rate P t

15t

and is

1 3t

4 t

removed from the tank at a rate R t 2 5sin

gallons per hour.

25

a)

How many gallons will be pumped out of the tank during the 6 hours period?

b)

W(t) is the volume of the solution in the tank at the time t. Write an expression

for W(t).

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c)

d)

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46.

Given

dy

3 x 2 y 5.

dx

dy

3 x 2 y 5.

dx

a)

b)

Find

c)

d2y

.

dx 2

1

step size .

2

d)

Let g(x) be another solution of the differential equation with g(0) = m, where m is

a constant.

Find m if Eulers method gives the approximation g(1) = 0 starting at x0 0 with

step size = 1 .

47.

A container has the shape of a cylinder with radius r = 5 cm. the height of water in the

container is h at a given time t (seconds).

The volume of water is decreasing at a rate 3 h cm3/ s.

dh

a) Find k if k .

dt

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b)

c)

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dh

k .

dt

48.

when t = 0 ; x = 5.

a)

ii) Find the time intervals when the particle moves to the left.

b)

c)

d)

49.

x 1 2 x 5

f ( x)

5 x 8

7 x

a)

b)

c)

a x 1 for 2 x 5

Given g(x) a function defined by g ( x)

.

for 5 x 8

bx 7

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50.

Water flows out of a cylindrical pipe at a rate F t given in the adjacent table.

a)

F t dt .

F t

(litres/hours )

7.8

12.5

12.7

12

15.2

16

18.2

F t 0 ? Why?

20

18.5

24

12.2

28

12.8

32

7.3

36

10.9

40

7.8

subintervals

of

equal

width

to

find

40

b)

c)

d)

Suppose

F t

that

can

F t

the

rate

of

flow

be

estimated

by

1

536 24t t 2 .

82

t

(hours)

51. The rate at which cars enter a workshop on a given day is given by the function

f t

123

2

t 25t 180

The rate at which cars leave the same workshop on the same day is given by the

function g t

97

t 2 36t 360

Both f t and g t are measured in cars per hour and time t is measured in hours

after midnight, these functions are valid for 8 t 22 , the hours the workshop is open.

At time t 8 , there are no cars in the workshop.

a)

How many cars, to the nearest whole number, have entered the workshop by

6.00 P.M.?

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The cost of repairing the car is $20 until 6.00 P.M. After 6.00 P.M., the cost of

repairing the car is $25. Find, to the nearest whole number, the total amount of

money collected on a given day.

t

c)

8

nearest whole number is 24. Find the value of K 18 and explain the

meaning of K 18 and K 18 in the context of the workshop.

52.

a)

dy y 2

where x 0 .

dx

x2

Sketch the slope field for the given differential equation at the nine points

indicated.

x

b)

initial condition f 3 1

c)

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The height, in feet, of a cylinder with constant radius is a twice differentiable function h

of time t where t is measured in minutes. For 0 t 14 , the graph of h is concave

down. The table gives selected values of the rate of change, h t , of the height of the

cylinder over time interval 0 t 14

t (minutes)

11

14

h t

6.1

3.6

3.2

2.5

2.0

1.7

a)

Use a right Riemann sum with five subintervals indicated by the data in the

14

table to approximate

0

14

h t dt

14

b)

h t dt ? Explain.

x

55.

a)

Find the values of x for which the graph has a stationary point

b)

c)

d)

A big rectangular reservoir of length 120 m, width 100 m and depth 50 m, contains

1,500 cubic meters of water at t 0 .

Water is leaking from the reservoir at a rate r t cubic meters per hour,

t h

12

r t

120

150

180

200

During the same time interval, water is poured in at a rate of R t 37e0.3t m3/hr.

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Use the midpoint Riemann sum to approximate the amount of water that is

leaked during the 12 hrs.

b)

c)

What is the rate of increase of the water in the reservoir at t 6 hrs and how

fast is the level of water increasing?

56.

r(t)

700

600

500

400

300

200

120

Time (hours)

There are 50 people waiting to go into an open air concert. The doors are open for 2

hours only and people starts going in at a rate of 400 per hour. The graph shows the rate

at which people arrive to go in during the two hours.

a)

b)

t 1?

c)

earliest time at which there is no more people waiting to go in.

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57. The function f is continuous and differentiable for 3 x 4 , and f 0 3 . The graph

of f is given below.

y

(4, 2)

2

1

3

(3, 2)

a)

Find f 3 and f 3

b)

c)

Find the critical points for the function f and classify each.

d)

58.

x

f x

3

11

3 x 1

Positive

2

9

2 x 2

Positive

2

3

2 x3

Positive

f x

Negative

Negative

Positive

g x

Negative

Positive

Positive

1

2

2

g x

Positive

5

2

positive

negative

3

8

The twice-differentiable functions f and g are defined for all real numbers x. Values of f,

f , g and g for various values of x are given in the table above.

a)

b)

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your answers.

Explain why there must be a value c, for 2 c 2 , such that f c 0 .

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c)

that lead to your answer.

d)

Evaluate

f g x g x dx

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