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Using the limit definition of the slope of a tangent, determine that slope of the tangent to each curve at the given point.

`y= 3x^2 + 4x - 5, (2, 15)`

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Q1a

Using the limit definition of the slope of a tangent, determine that slope of the tangent to each curve at the given point.

`f(x) =\displaystyle{\frac{2}{x - 1}}, (2, 2)`

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Q1b

Using the limit definition of the slope of a tangent, determine that slope of the tangent to each curve at the given point.

`f(x) = \sqrt{x + 3}, (6 ,3)`

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Q1c

`f(x) = 2^{5x}, (1, 32) `

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Q1d

The position, in metres, of an object is given by `s(t) = 2t^2 +3t + 1`

, where `t`

is the time in seconds.

Determine the average velocity from `t = 1`

to `t = 4`

.

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Q2a

The position, in metres, of an object is given by `s(t) = 2t^2 +3t + 1`

, where `t`

is the time in seconds.

- Determine the the instantaneous velocity at
`t = 3`

.

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Q2b

If `\displaystyle \lim_{h\to 0} \displaystyle{\frac{(4 + h)^3 - 64}{h}}`

represents the slope of the tangent to `y = f(x)`

at `x = 4`

, what is the equation of `f(x)`

?

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Q3

An object is dropped from the observation deck of the Skyline Tower in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The distance, in metres, from the deck at `t`

seconds is given by `d(t) = 4.9t^2.`

- Determine the average rate of change in distance with respect to time from
`t =1`

to`t= 3`

.

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Q4a

An object is dropped from the observation deck of the Skyline Tower in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The distance, in metres, from the deck at `t`

seconds is given by `d(t) = 4.9t^2.`

Determine the instantaneous rate of change in distance with respect to time at 2 s.

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Q4b

An object is dropped from the observation deck of the Skyline Tower in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The distance, in metres, from the deck at `t`

seconds is given by `d(t) = 4.9t^2.`

- The height of the observation deck is 146.9 m. How fast is the object moving when it hits the ground?

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Q4c

The model `P(t) = 2t^2 + 3t + 1`

estimates the population of fish in a reservoir, where `P`

represents the population, in thousands, and `t`

is the number of years since 2000.

Determine the average rate of population change between 2000 and 2008.

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Q5a

The model `P(t) = 2t^2 + 3t + 1`

estimates the population of fish in a reservoir, where `P`

represents the population, in thousands, and `t`

is the number of years since 2000.

Estimate the rate at which the population was changing at the start of 2005.

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Q5b

Given the graph of `f(x)`

at the left, determine the following:

**i)** `f(2)`

**ii)** `\lim_{x\to 2^-}f(x)`

**iii)** `\lim_{x\to 2^+}f(x)`

**iv)** `\lim_{x\to 6}f(x)`

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Q6a

Does `\lim_{x\to 4}f(x)`

exist? Justify your answer.

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Q6b

Consider the following function:
`f(x) =`

`x^2 + 1`

, if `x < 2`

`2x + 1`

, if `x = 2`

`-x+ 5`

, if `x > 2`

Determine where `f(x)`

is discontinuous, and justify your answer.

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Q7

Use algebraic method to evaluate each limit (if it exists).

`\displaystyle \lim_{x\to 0}\frac{2x^2 + 1}{x-5}`

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Q8a

Use algebraic method to evaluate each limit (if it exists).

`\displaystyle \lim_{x\to 3}\frac{x - 3}{\sqrt{x+ 6} - 3}`

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Q8b

Use algebraic method to evaluate each limit (if it exists).

`\displaystyle \lim_{x\to -3} \frac{\frac{1}{x} + \frac{1}{3}}{x + 3}`

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Q8c

Use algebraic method to evaluate each limit (if it exists).

`\displaystyle \lim_{x\to 2} \frac{x^2 - 4}{x^2 - x - 2}`

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Q8d

Use algebraic method to evaluate each limit (if it exists).

`\displaystyle \lim_{x\to 2} \frac{x - 2}{x^3 - 8}`

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Q8e

Determine the derivative of each function from first principles.

`\displaystyle f(x) =3x^2 + x +1`

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Q9a

Determine the derivative of each function from first principles.

`\displaystyle f(x) = \frac{1}{x}`

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Q9b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`\displaystyle y = x^3 -4x^2 + 5x + 2`

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Q10a

Determine the derivative of each function.

`\displaystyle y = \sqrt{2x^3 + 1}`

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Q10b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`\displaystyle y =\frac{2x}{x + 3}`

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Q10c

Determine the derivative of the function.

`\displaystyle y = (x^2 +3)^2(4x^5 + 5x + 1)`

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Q10d

Determine the derivative of each function.

`\displaystyle y =\frac{(4x^2 + 1)^5}{(3x - 2)^3}`

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Q10e

Determine the derivative of each function.

`\displaystyle y = [x^2 + (2x + 1)^3]^5`

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Q10f

Determine the equation of the tangent to `y = \displaystyle{\frac{18}{(x +2)^2}}`

at the point `(1,2 )`

.

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Q11

Determine the slope of the tangent to `y = x^2 + 9x + 9`

at the point where the curve intersects the line `y = 3x`

.

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Q12

In 1980, the population of Littletown, Ontario, was 1100. After a time `t`

, in years, the population was given by `p(t) =2t^2 + 6t + 1100`

.

Determine `p'(t)`

, the function that describes the rate of change of the population at time `t`

.

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Q13a

In 1980, the population of Littletown, Ontario, was 1100. After a time `t`

, in years, the population was given by `p(t) =2t^2 + 6t + 1100`

.

- Determine the rate of change of the population at the start of 1990.

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Q13b

In 1980, the population of Littletown, Ontario, was 1100. After a time `t`

, in years, the population was given by `p(t) =2t^2 + 6t + 1100`

.

- At the beginning of what year was the rate of change of the population 110 people per year?

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Q13c

Determine `f'`

and `f''`

`f(x) = x^5 -5x^3 + x + 12`

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Q14a

Determine `f'`

and `f''`

`f(x) = \displaystyle{\frac{-2}{x^2}}`

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Q14b

Determine `f'`

and `f''`

`f(x) = \displaystyle{\frac{4}{\sqrt{x}}}`

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Q14c

Determine `f'`

and `f''`

`f(x) = x^4 - \displaystyle{\frac{1}{x^4}}`

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Q14d

Determine the extreme values of each function on the given interval.

`f(x) = 1 + (x + 3)^2, -2\leq x \leq 6`

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Q15a

Determine the extreme values of each function on the given interval.

`f(x) = x + \displaystyle{\frac{1}{\sqrt{x}}}, 1\leq x \leq 9`

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Q15b

Determine the extreme values of each function on the given interval.

`f(x) = \displaystyle{\frac{e^x}{1 + e^x}}, x \in [0, 4]`

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Q15c

Determine the extreme values of each function on the given interval.

`f(x) = 2\sin 4x + 3, x \in [0, \pi]`

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Q15d

The position, at time `t`

, in seconds, of an object moving along a line is given by `s(t) =3t^3 - 40.5t^2 + 162t`

for `0\leq t \leq 8`

.

- Determine the velocity and the acceleration at any time
`t`

.

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Q16a

The position, at time `t`

, in seconds, of an object moving along a line is given by `s(t) =3t^3 - 40.5t^2 + 162t`

for `0\leq t \leq 8`

.

- When is the object stationary? When is it advancing? When is it retreating?

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Q16b

The position, at time `t`

, in seconds, of an object moving along a line is given by `s(t) =3t^3 - 40.5t^2 + 162t`

for `0\leq t \leq 8`

.

At what time, `t`

, is the velocity not changing?

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Q16c

`t`

, in seconds, of an object moving along a line is given by `s(t) =3t^3 - 40.5t^2 + 162t`

for `0\leq t \leq 8`

.

a) At what time, `t`

, is the velocity decreasing?

b) At what time, `t`

, is the velocity increasing?

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Q16de

A farmer has 750 m of fencing. The farmer wants to enclose a rectangular area on all four sides, and then divide it into four pens of equal size with the fencing parallel to one side of the rectangle. What is the largest possible area of each of the four pens?

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Q17

A cylindrical metal can is made to hold 500 mL of soup. Determine the dimensions of the can that will minimize the amount of metal required. (Assume that the top and sides of the can are made from metal of the same thickness.)

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Q18

A cylindrical container, with a volume of 4000 cm`^3`

, is being constructed to hold candies. The cost of the base and lid is $0.005 cm`^2`

, and the cost of the side walls is $0.0025 cm`^2`

. Determine the dimensions of the cheapest possible container.

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Q19

An open rectangular box has a square base, with each side measuring `x`

centimetres.

If the length, width, and depth have a sum of 140 cm, find the depth in terms of `x`

.

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Q20a

An open rectangular box has a square base, with each side measuring `x`

centimetres.

Determine the maximum possible volume you could have when constructing a box with these specifications.

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Q20b

The price of `x`

MP2 players is `p(x) = 50-x^2`

, where `x \in \mathbb{N}`

. IF the total revenue, `R(x)`

, is given by `R(x) =xp(x)`

, determine the value of `x`

that corresponds to the maximum possible total revenue.

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Q21

An express railroad train between two cities carries 10 000 passengers per year for a one-way fare of $50. If the fare goes up, ridership will decrease because more people will drive. It is estimated that each $10 increase in the fare will result in 1000 fewer passengers per year. What fare will maximize revenue?

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Q22

A travel agent currently has 80 people signed up for a tour. The price of
a ticket is `\$5000`

per person. The agency has chartered a plane seating 150 people at a cost of `\$250 000`

. Additional costs to the agency are incidental fees of `\$300`

per person. For each `\$30`

that the price is lowered, one new person will sign up. How much should the price per person be lowered to maximize the profit for the agency?

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Q23

For the function,

- i. determine the derivative,
- ii. all the critical numbers, and
- iii. the intervals of increase and decrease.

`y = -5x^2 + 20x + 2`

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Q24a

For the function,

- i. determine the derivative,
- ii. all the critical numbers, and
- iii. the intervals of increase and decrease.

`y = 6x^2 + 16x -40`

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Q24b

For the function,

- i. determine the derivative,
- ii. all the critical numbers, and
- iii. the intervals of increase and decrease.

`y = 2x^3 -24x`

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Q24c

For the function,

- i. determine the derivative,
- ii. all the critical numbers, and
- iii. the intervals of increase and decrease.

`y = \frac{x}{x -2 }`

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Q24d

For the of the following,

- i. determine the equations of any horizontal, vertical, or oblique asymptotes and
- ii. all local extrema:

`y =\frac{8}{x^2 - 9}`

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Q25a

For the of the following,

- i. determine the equations of any horizontal, vertical, or oblique asymptotes and
- ii. all local extrema:

`y =\frac{3x}{x^2 - 4}`

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Q25b

Use the algorithm for curve sketching to sketch the graph of each function.

`f(x) =4x^3 + 6x^2 -24x -2`

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Q26a

Use the algorithm for curve sketching to sketch the graph of each function.

`y = \frac{3x}{x^2 -4}`

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Q26b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`f(x) = (-4)e^{5x + 1}`

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Q27a

Determine the derivative of each function.

`f(x) = xe^{3x}`

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Q27b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`f(x) = 6^{3x - 8}`

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Q27c

Determine the derivative of each function.

`f(x) = e^{\sin x}`

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Q27d

Determine the equation of the tangent to the curve `y =e^{2x - 1}`

at `x = 1`

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Q28

In a research laboratory, a dish of bacteria is infected with a particular disease. The equation `N(d) =(15d)e^{-\frac{d}{5}}`

models the number of bacteria, `N`

, that will be infected after `d`

days.

- How many days will pass before the maximum number of bacteria will be infected?

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Q29a

In a research laboratory, a dish of bacteria is infected with a particular disease. The equation `N(d) =(15d)e^{-\frac{d}{5}}`

models the number of bacteria, `N`

, that will be infected after `d`

days.

- Determine the maximum number of bacteria that will be infected.

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Q29b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y = 2\sin x -3\cos 5x`

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Q30a

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y = (\sin 3x + 1)^4`

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Q30b

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y = \sqrt{x^2 + \sin 3x}`

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Q30c

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y = \frac{\sin x}{\cos x + 2}`

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Q30d

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y =\tan x^2 - \tan^2 x`

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Q30e

Determine the derivative of each function.

`y = \sin(\cos x^2)`

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Q30f

A tool shed, `250 cm`

high and `100 cm`

deep, is built against a wall. Calculate the shortest ladder that can reach from the ground, over the shed, to the wall behind.

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Q31

A corridor that is 3 m wide makes a right-angle turn, as shown on the left. Find the longest rod that can be carried horizontally around this corner. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a metre.

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Q32