5.6 Chapter Review Log and Trig Functions
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Chapter 5
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5.6
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Differentiate each of the following:

y=6-e^x

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Q1a

Differentiate each of the following:

y=2x+3e^x

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Q1b

Differentiate each of the following:

y=e^{2x+3}

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Q1c

Differentiate each of the following:

y=e^{-3x^2+5x}

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Q1d

Differentiate each of the following:

y=xe^x

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Q1e

Differentiate each of the following:

s=\displaystyle{\frac{e^t-1}{e^t+1}}

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Q1f

Determine $\displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}}$ for each of the following:

y=10^x

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Q2a

Determine \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}} for each of the following:

y=4^{3x^2}

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Q2b

Determine \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}} for each of the following:

y=(5x)(5^x)

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Q2c

Determine \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}} for each of the following:

y=(x^4)2^x

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Q2d

Determine \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}} for each of the following:

y=\displaystyle{\frac{4x}{4^x}}

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Q2e

Determine \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}} for each of the following:

y=\displaystyle{\frac{5^{\sqrt{x}}}{x}}

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Q2f

Differentiate each of the following:

y=3\sin2x-4\cos2x

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Q3a

Differentiate each of the following:

y=\tan3x

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Q3b

Differentiate each of the following:

y=\displaystyle{\frac{1}{2-\cos x}}

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Q3c

Differentiate each of the following:

y=x\tan2x

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Q3d

Differentiate each of the following:

y=(\sin2x)e^{3x}

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Q3e

Differentiate each of the following:

y=\cos^22x

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Q3f

a) Given the function f(x)=\displaystyle{\frac{e^x}{x}}, solve the equation f'(x)=0.

b) Discuss the significance of the solution you found in part a.

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Q4

If f(x)=xe^{-2x}, find f'\left(\displaystyle{\frac{1}{2}}\right).

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Q5a

a) If f(x)=xe^{-2x}, find f'\left(\displaystyle{\frac{1}{2}}\right).

b) Explain what this number represents.

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Q5b

Determine the second derivative of each of the following:

y=xe^x-e^x

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Q6a

Determine the second derivative of

y=xe^{10x}

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Q6b

If y=\displaystyle{\frac{e^{2x}-1}{e^{2x}+1}}, \displaystyle{\frac{dy}{dx}}= ?

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Q7

Determine the equation of the tangent to the curve defined by y=x-e^{-x} that is parallel to the line represented by 3x-y-9=0.

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Q8

Determine the equation of the tangent to the curve y=x\sin x at the point where x=\displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{2}}.

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Q9

An object moves along a line so that, at time t, its position is s=\dfrac{\sin t}{3+\cos2t}, where s is the displacement in metres. Calculate the object's velocity at t=\displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{4}}.

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Q10

The number of bacteria in a culture, N, at time t is given by N(t)=2000[30+te^{-\displaystyle{\frac{t}{20}}}].

  • When is the rate of change of the number of bacteria equal to zero?
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Q11a

The number of bacteria in a culture, N, at time t is given by N(t)=2000[30+te^{-\displaystyle{\frac{t}{20}}}].

  • If the bacterial culture is placed in a colony of mice, the number of mice that become infected, M, is related to the number of bacteria present by the equation M(t)=\sqrt[3]{N+1000}. After 10 days, how many mice are infected per day?
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Q11b

The concentrations of two medicines in the bloodstream t hours after injections are c_{1}(t)=te^{-1} and c_{2}(t)=t^2e^{-t}.

  • Which medicine has the larger maximum concentration?
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Q12a

The concentrations of two medicines in the bloodstream t hours after injections are c_{1}(t)=te^{-1} and c_{2}(t)=t^2e^{-t}.

  • Within the first half hour, which medicine has the larger maximum concentration?
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Q12b

Differentiate.

y=(2+3e^{-x})^3

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Q13a

Differentiate.

y=x^e

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Q13b

Differentiate.

y=e^{e^x}

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Q13c

Differentiate.

y=(1-e^{5x})^5

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Q13d

Differentiate.

y=5^x

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Q14a

Differentiate.

y=(0.47)^x

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Q14b

Differentiate.

y=(52)^{2x}

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Q14c

Differentiate.

y=5(2)^x

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Q14d

Differentiate.

y=4(e)^x

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Q14e

Differentiate.

y=-2(10)^{3x}

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Q14f

Determine y'.

y=\sin2^x

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Q15a

Determine y'.

y=x^2\sin x

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Q15b

Determine $y'$.

y=\sin \left( \displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{2}}-x \right)

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Q15c

Determine y'.

y=\cos x\sin x

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Q15d

Determine $y'$.

y=\cos^2x

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Q15e

Determine y'.

y=\cos x

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Q15f

Determine the equation of the tangent to the curve y=\cos x at \left(\displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{2}},0 \right) .

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Q16

An object is suspended from the end of a spring. Its displacement from the equilibrium position is s=8\sin(10\pi t) at time t. Calculate the velocity and acceleration of the object at any time t, and show that \displaystyle{\frac{d^2s}{dt^2}}+100\pi^2s=0.

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The position of a particle is given by s=5\cos\left(2t+\displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{4}}\right) at time t. What are the maximum values of the displacement, the velocity, and the acceleration?

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Q18

The hypotenuse of a right triangle is 12 cm in length. Calculate the measure of the unknown angles in the triangle that will maximize its perimeter.

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Q19

A fence is 1.5 m high and is 1 m from a wall. A ladder must start from the ground, touch the top of the fence, and rest somewhere on the wall. Calculate the minimum length of the ladder.

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Q20

A thin rigid pole needs to be carried horizontally around a corner joining two corridors, which are 1 m and 0.8 m wide. Calculate the length of the longest pole that can be carried around this corner.

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Q21

When the rules of hockey were developed, Canada did not use the metric system. Thus, the distance between the goal posts was designated to be six feed (slightly less than 2 m). If Sidney Crosby is on the goal line, three feet outside on of the goal posts, how far should he go out (perpendicular to the goal line) to maximize the angle in which he can shoot at the goal? Hint: Determine the values of x that maximize \theta in the following diagram.

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Q22

Determine f''(x)

f(x)=4\sin^2(x-2)

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Q23a

Determine f''(x)

f(x)=2(\cos x)(\sec^2x)

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Q23b