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### AP Practice Exam: Section 1, Part A No Calculator, cont.

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### Transcription: AP Practice Exam: Section 1, Part A No Calculator, cont.

*Hello, welcome back to www.educator.com, welcome back to AP Calculus.*0000

*Today's lesson is going to be a continuation of the Section 1 Part A of the AP practice exam.*0004

*The one with no calculator allowed.*0010

*Let us continue on.*0012

*We finished off with question number 14, in the last lesson.*0014

*Now we are going to start with question number 15.*0017

*Let me go ahead and go to blue.*0020

*Question number 15 is asking us to find the average value of a given function over a particular interval.*0024

*The function at our disposal is 2x + 3³.*0031

*The particular interval over which we want to take the average value is -3 to -1.*0043

*The average value is really easy to calculate.*0050

*It is just, basically, the integral of the function divided by the length of the interval.*0054

*It is usually written as 1/ b – a.*0061

*A is the first number, b is the second number, × the integral from a to b of gx dx.*0063

*It is a simple evaluation of integral.*0073

*This is going to be 1/ 1 – a - 3 × the integral from -3 to -1 of 2x + 3² dx.*0076

*I think it was squared, was not it cubed?*0092

*Yes, squared not cubed.*0095

*I’m just going to go ahead and multiply this out.*0099

*= ½ × the integral from -3 to 1 of, this is going to be 4x² + 12x + 9 dx.*0102

*That is going to equal ½ 4x³/ 3 + 12x²/ 2.*0118

*That is going to be + 6x² + 9x all evaluated from -3 to -1.*0132

*When we do the evaluation, we get ½.*0141

*This is going to end up being.*0145

*I would not go through all the stuffs, I will just do what it is that we have got.*0151

*= ½ - 13/3 + 27/3.*0159

*You are going to end up with a value of 7/3 which is going to be c.*0168

*That is it, just evaluate the definite integral*0173

*Here there is no particular technique to use, just straight application of antiderivatives.*0177

*Number 16, what does number 16 asks us?*0184

*Excuse me, let me move that over.*0189

*Number 16 is asking us to evaluate a limit.*0195

*In this particular case, it is the limit as t goes to 0 of the quotient of tan(π/4) + t – tan(t)/ t.*0198

*The important thing here is instead of actually evaluating limit, you are not going to evaluate the limit.*0226

*You are going to recognize that this limit is the definition of derivative for a particular function.*0231

*This limit is going to be the derivative evaluated at π/4.*0238

*In this particular case, it is going to be y =, this is the derivative of the tangent function evaluated at π/4.*0250

*You just want to recognize that is what it is, instead of actually evaluating this limit.*0260

*Let us write that down.*0266

*Recognize this as the definition of the derivative.*0269

*That is all this is, definition of the derivative of the tan(x) at x = π/4.*0274

*We have y is equal to tan(x).*0295

*We have y’ of tan(x) which is sec² (x).*0298

*y’(π/4) = sec² of π/4 which is equal to √2² which is equal to 2.*0304

*That is choice e.*0319

*Just recognize that that is the definition of derivative.*0322

*Let us see, that is number 16, let us go ahead and go to number 17.*0328

*Let us see what number 17 is asking us.*0335

*17 is giving us a particular function, a function of t.*0337

*They want us to find the instantaneous rate of change at t = 0.*0342

*Nice and straightforward, instantaneous rate of change.*0349

*We know that an instantaneous rate of change is the derivative.*0351

*Our derivative is the slope, it is the rate of change.*0355

*The slope of the secant line is equal to the average rate of change.*0362

*The slope of the tangent line which is the derivative is the instantaneous rate of change.*0365

*Let me write number 17, our function of t is equal to 2t³ - 2t + 4 × √t² + 2t + 4.*0372

*We want to evaluate f’ at 0.*0393

*Let us go ahead and f’.*0401

*f’(t), it is going to be product rule.*0404

*It is going to be a little tedious and long, but that is not too big of a deal.*0409

*We have got 2t³, this × the derivative of that + that × the derivative of this.*0413

*-2t + 4 × ½ t² + 2t + 4⁻¹/2 × 2t + 2 + t² + 2t + 4.*0420

*Instead of running the radical sign, I will go ahead and write it that way.*0445

*× the derivative of what is inside here which is going to be 6t – 2.*0447

*Of course, we just plug in t, we do not have to simplify this.*0453

*We can just plug in our particular 0.*0457

*When you plug 0 in to t for all of this and evaluate that, you are going to end up with 2 - 4 = -2.*0461

*That is our answer and that is choice b.*0471

*Nice and straightforward.*0476

*Let us try number 18.*0482

*Let us see, what is number 18 asking us to do?*0487

*It wants us to calculate, it wants us to do ddx of 11 ⁺cos(x).*0491

*We know that the derivative of some constant e ⁺u is equal to e ⁺u × ln(a) × du.*0507

*If we have 11 ⁺cos(x) and we subject it to the differential operator, in other words, take the derivative of it.*0527

*It is a fancy term for that.*0535

*We subject it to differentiation.*0537

*We get the derivative of 11 ⁺cos(x) is equal to 11 ⁺cos(x) × natlog of 11 × the derivative of the u.*0539

*Because u is a function of x, it is not just x.*0552

*The derivative of cos(x) is - sin(x).*0556

*That is it, basically, you just end up with -sin x 11 cos(x) ln(11) which is d.*0561

*Again, if you want to separate them out, so you can actually not get confused as to which is which with the symbols,*0576

*just put some parentheses around it, not a problem.*0581

*Great, nice and straightforward.*0584

*Those are the ones that we love.*0588

*Number 19, let us see what we have got here.*0591

*Number 19, we have a solid which is generated by rotating a particular region that is enclosed by these graphs and these lines.*0596

*We are rotating about the x axis and they want to know which one of these integrals *0610

*actually gives you the volume of the particular solid that is generated.*0615

*Let us see what we got.*0621

*We have y = √x and we have x = 1, x = 2, and y = 1.*0622

*Let us go ahead and draw this out.*0632

*Something like this, we know what the √x function looks like.*0637

*It looks something like that.*0643

*X = 1, let us just put it here.*0646

*x = 2, let us go ahead and put it here.*0650

*y = 1, that is this line right here.*0654

*This is our origin, y = 1.*0663

*I will just go ahead and put it right there.*0665

*It is the region that is bounded by all of these.*0671

*Bounded by x = 1, x = 2, the function y = √x, and the line y is 1.*0673

*This is the region that we are looking for.*0688

*That is the region that we are going to rotate around the x axis.*0689

*Basically, we want to come down here.*0694

*Now we have that one, we are going to have this.*0697

*This is the cell that is going to be generated.*0705

*We are going to have this solid, we want to find the volume of that solid or the integral representing that volume.*0708

*I think what I’m going to do here is I’m going to go ahead and use washers.*0717

*I'm going to integrate from 1 to 2.*0721

*I’m going to integrate in the horizontal direction.*0724

*I’m definitely going to be using dx.*0726

*My upper limit and lower limits of integration, my lower to upper is actually I’m going to go from 1 to 2.*0730

*Essentially, what I'm doing is I’m taking a little bit of a washer here.*0739

*It looks like this.*0744

*It is going to be something like this.*0754

*This is the region.*0756

*We are going to take the area of that washer and we are going to add up all the areas along the x axis.*0759

*Let us go ahead and call this radius the outer radius.*0774

*We will call this one the inner radius.*0778

*The volume is going to be the integral from a to b of an area element × dx.*0781

*We said we are going to integrate from 1 to 2, that is 1 to 2.*0792

*The area of this region is going to be π × the outer radius² - π × inner radius².*0797

*In other words, the big circle - the inner circle.*0805

*That is just π × the outer radius² - the inner radius² × dx.*0808

*Now we just need to know what the outer and inner radiuses are, as functions of x.*0818

*This is going to equal, I’m going to pull the π out of the integral sign, it is 1 to 2*0822

*The outer radius is, if this is my x value, the outer radius is √x.*0830

*The inner radius is 1.*0840

*It is going to be the outer radius, it is going to be √x²,*0842

*that is the outer radius² - the inner radius which is from here to here, from here to here, which is 1² dx.*0853

*We have π × the integral 1 to 2 of x - 1 dx.*0864

*That is our answer, it did not ask us to evaluate it.*0876

*This is going to be choice d.*0879

*In this particular case, we decided to use washers.*0883

*I’m going to stick with red, I guess it is kind of nice.*0888

*This is going to be question number 20.*0891

*There is no calculator involved in this particular section, the first section.*0895

*The first section is no calculator, the second section is there are going to be calculator.*0898

*When you do the free response questions, one of the sections is going to be no calculator,*0903

*the other one is going to be with calculator.*0908

*Let us see what 20 is asking us.*0912

*It is asking is to calculate a limit.*0915

*Let us see what we have got.*0918

*They want us to evaluate the limit as x goes to 0 of 4x/ sin(3x) + x/ cos(3x).*0919

*The limit of the sum is the sum of the limits.*0939

*Let me actually separate this out.*0942

*This is equal to the limit as x approaches 0 of 4x/ sin(3x) + the limit as x approaches 0 of x/ cos(3x).*0944

*This one right here, when I put 0 in, I get 0 sin(3x), sin(3) × 0, sin(0) is 0.*0962

*What I ended up with is 0/0.*0968

*This is an indeterminate form.*0971

*We have something great for this, L’Hospitals rule.*0973

*I just take the derivative of that or the derivative of that, and I take the limit again.*0978

*This limit is actually equal to the limit as x approaches 0.*0983

*The derivative of 4x is equal to 4.*0989

*The derivative of sin of 3x is 3 cos of 3x.*0992

*Now when I take x to 0, the cos(3) × 0 is cos(0).*1000

*The cos(0) is 1.*1004

*The limit of 4/3, this is actually equal to 4/3.*1006

*This first limit right here, that is equal to 4/3.*1013

*This one, when I put 0 in, I end up with 0/1 which is 0.*1017

*My final answer is 4/ 3 + 0 = 4/3.*1025

*My answer is b.*1032

*Again, just a straight application of l’Hospitals rule, any of the indeterminate forms.*1034

*If you have 0/0, if you have infinity/ infinity, if you have infinity × 0, things like that.*1038

*Let us try number 21.*1049

*What is 21 asking us?*1053

*For 21, it says that y is greater than 0 and it is telling us that dy dx is equal to 3x² + 4x/ y.*1058

*They are telling us that the point 1√10 is on the graph.*1080

*What is 0y?*1090

*In other words, find the y value.*1096

*They are telling us the y is greater than 0.*1102

*They are telling us that the derivative is equal to 3x² + 4x/ y.*1104

*They are telling us that the graph itself contains the point 1 √10.*1109

*They we want to know what the y value is, when x = 0 of the function.*1112

*Let us what we have got.*1121

*We know y’, that is dy dx.*1124

*y’ is equal to 3x² + 4x/ y.*1126

*I'm going to go backwards.*1137

*This is essentially an implicit differentiation.*1139

*Somebody who has done implicit differentiation and they come up with this.*1143

*Just go backwards.*1146

*What you end up with is yy’, just multiply through by y = 3x² + 4x.*1148

*What you will end up, when you rearrange this, you get -3x² - 4x + y, y’ is equal to 0.*1159

*Essentially, now you are just going to integrate this function one at a time.*1173

*The integral of -3x² is x³.*1177

*We are just going backwards to what y is equal.*1181

*This is -2x², the integral of -4x is -2x² because the derivative of -2x² is -4x.*1184

*Here, this derivative is ½ y², the antiderivative.*1193

*Because if I take ½ y², take the derivative of it, implicitly, it is going to be 2 × ½ y × y’.*1200

*The 2 and ½ cancel, you are left with y and y’.*1210

*That is equal to some constant c.*1214

*We do not know what c is.*1219

*Let us go ahead and work it out.*1223

*We figured out what our original function is, in implicit form.*1225

*That is this thing.*1229

*We also know that we have an x and y value.*1230

*We know that 1√10 is on this graph.*1234

*This is –x³, sorry.*1240

*-1³ - 2 × 1² + 1/2 y which is √10² is equal to c.*1245

*Here what we end up with is c is equal to 2.*1263

*If c is equal to 2, let us plug that back in.*1270

*Now we know that –x³ - 2x² + ½ y² is equal to 2.*1274

*We want to know what y is, when x is 0, just plug this in.*1286

*I get 0 - 0 + ½ y² is equal to 2.*1291

*y² is equal to 4.*1301

*y is equal to + or -2.*1304

*But they said early on, y is greater than 0 so that means that y = 2.*1307

*I took the implicit derivative formula and I worked my way backwards integrating to the original function.*1316

*I hope that made sense, this choice was a.*1322

*Let us see, that was number 21.*1329

*We are almost done with this section.*1332

*We are actually moving along pretty well.*1334

*This is 22, what is 22 asking us to do?*1335

*It looks like it is asking us to evaluate,*1340

*Excuse me, let me turn the page here.*1343

*I have difficulty turning these things.*1345

*It wants us to evaluate an integral.*1348

*Let us evaluate the integral from 1 to 2 of 1/ 4 - t², all under the radical.*1350

*Again, this is just a question of recognizing antiderivatives and doing a little manipulation.*1362

*I’m going to rewrite this as.*1368

*I think I want to go back to blue, I like it better.*1370

*The integral from 1 to 2, I’m going to factor out a √4 in the bottom, 1 - t²/ 4.*1373

*Let me write this a little bit better.*1388

*It is going to be 1/ √4 × √1 - t²/ 4.*1393

*I hope that makes sense that this is this.*1402

*I factored out a √4 under the radical sign.*1404

*I just pulled it out of the radical sign, because a radical × a radical is equal to a radical.*1408

*All I’m doing is a little bit of mathematical manipulation.*1414

*This 1/ √4 comes out as ½ × the integral 1 to 2, 1/ 1 -, t²/ 4 is the same as t/2² under the radical dt.*1416

*Now I do a u substitution, u = t/2, du = ½ dt, dt = 2 du.*1439

*Therefore, this integral is equal to ½ × the integral from 1 to 2 of 1/ 1 - u² × 2 du which is equal to the integral from 1 to 2.*1456

*This is 2/2 which turns into 1, 1/ 1 - u² du.*1485

*I recognize this as the inv sin(u), from 1 to 2.*1494

*I plug u back in as the inv sin of t/2, from 1 to 2 = the inv sin of, when I put 2 in there,*1503

*it is going to be the inv sin of 1 - the inverse sin of ½.*1516

*The inverse sin of 1 is π/2, the inverse sign of 1/2 is π/6.*1523

*I'm left with π/3 which is choice a.*1532

*That is it, just a little bit of manipulation to turn it into an antiderivative that we recognize.*1538

*In this case, the inverse sin function.*1543

*That is 22, let us try number 23.*1548

*23 is asking us to evaluate an integral.*1558

*Again, this time it looks like an indefinite integral.*1562

*We have the integral e ⁺2x × √e ⁺x + 1 dx.*1566

*This is going to be a little strange.*1580

*I’m going to start with u = e ⁺x + 1.*1582

*Du = e ⁺x dx.*1590

*I’m also going to write dx is equal to du/ e ⁺x.*1596

*What this gives me is, when I plug these into that, I get the integral of e ⁺2x × √e ⁺x + 1, that is just u and dx.*1604

*dx is equal to du/ e ⁺x.*1621

*This is equal to e ⁺2x divided by e ⁺x.*1628

*I get the integral of e ⁺x × that u du.*1634

*I have the u, I have the du, I just need to take care what this e ⁺x is.*1642

*Let me write that down. *1652

*I need to get everything in terms of u, one variable.*1655

*I have taken care of that, I just need to take care of e ⁺x.*1659

*We said that u is equal to e ⁺x + 1.*1664

*U - 1 = e ⁺x which means x is equal to natlog of u – 1.*1670

*Therefore, this integral now becomes the integral,*1684

*I do not really need to do that.*1694

*Should I leave it as u⁻¹?*1697

*I do not need to do this part, that is not even necessary.*1703

*Again, I have got e ⁺x, now it is u⁻¹.*1710

*Now I have the integral of u⁻¹ × √u × du.*1713

*Perfect, this is great, this is equal to the integral of, this distribute.*1720

*This says u³/2 - u ^½.*1725

*du = 2/5 u⁵/2 - 2/3 u³/2 + c.*1732

*When we substitute back in what u is, we get that this integral is equal to 2/5 × e ⁺x + 1⁵/2 - 2/3 *1754

*× e ⁺x + 1, because u was e ⁺x + 1³/2 + c.*1772

*This is choice e.*1779

*That is it, nice application.*1780

*We set the mess around with that e ⁺x.*1783

*We can work one function at a time.*1785

*Whenever you are doing the u substitution, everything has to be changed into u.*1787

*You may not be able do it in one step, you may have to take that extra step.*1791

*Number 24, let us see what does number 24 asks us.*1797

*Let us come over here.*1806

*Number 24, we are given an acceleration and we are given an initial position of velocity.*1809

*What is the position of the particle at another time?*1818

*I’m given acceleration a ⁺t is equal to 12t + 4.*1824

*They are telling me that my initial position x(0) is equal to 2.*1831

*They are telling me that my velocity at 1 is equal to 5.*1835

*They want to know what is my position at time t = 2.*1841

*We know that if you are given that position graph, the first derivative is velocity, the second derivative is acceleration.*1850

*If you are given an acceleration, integrate once, you get velocity.*1855

*Integrate twice, you get position.*1859

*v(t) or velocity of t = the integral of a(t) dt which is equal to the integral of 12t + 4 dt, which is equal to 6t² + 4t + c.*1862

*That gives us our velocity, we have to find c.*1891

*We have an initial value.*1893

*V(1) which is equal to putting 1 in here.*1899

*You get 6 + 4 + c.*1902

*They tell me that v(1) is actually equal to 5.*1906

*I get c is equal to -5.*1909

*My velocity function v(t), I just put this -5 back into here.*1912

*I get 6t² + 4t – 5.*1918

*For f(t), f(t) is equal to the integral of v(t) which is equal to the integral of 6t² + 4t - 5 dt is equal to 2t³, not², *1924

*2t³ + 2t² - 5t, + this time I will just call it d.*1945

*They are telling me that x(0) is equal to 2.*1956

*X(0) which is equal to 0 + 0 - 0 + d is equal to 2.*1958

*I get d is equal to 2.*1968

*Therefore, my function, my x(t) is equal to 2t³ + 2t² - 5t + 2.*1976

*Therefore, my function at t = 2, just plug the 2 in, is equal to 2 × 2³ + 2 × 2² - 5 × 2 + 2.*1987

*You end up with 16, e is our choice. *2003

*Very nice and straightforward.*2008

*What is number 25 asking us?*2017

*They ask us to determine an integral, combination of integrals here.*2020

*We have the integral from 0 to π/2 of the sin(3x) dx + the integral from 0 to π/6.*2026

*Is that correct, yes, π/6 of the cos(3x) dx.*2040

*Just straight evaluation of an integral.*2048

*Sin(3x) dx, this is going to be a u substitution.*2052

*Hopefully, you have done enough of these to recognize that, *2055

*when you are taking the trig of some constant × x, that constant comes out as fraction.*2058

*This is going to equal, the integral of sin x - cos x.*2064

*It is going to be – 1/3 of cos(3x), evaluated from 0 to π/2 + the integral of cos.*2068

*It is going to be + 1/3 × sin(3x), evaluated from 0 to π/6.*2078

*You are going to end up this, plug in these, this – that, this – that.*2088

*You are going to end up with 0 - a - 1/3 + 1/3 – 0.*2092

*You are going to end up with 2/3.*2112

*This is choice c.*2115

*That is it, straight application.*2117

*All you have to worry about is that.*2119

*The integral of sin of a(x) is equal to -1/ a cos of a(x).*2121

*The integral of cos of a(x) is equal to 1/a × sin of a(x).*2133

*When we do a u substitution, it will work out.*2146

*It will make itself clear.*2149

*Let us see number 25.*2155

*Let us see number 26, we are almost there.*2157

*Number 26, it is asking us to determine the derivative of this particular function at π/2.*2161

*We got f(x) is equal to cos(2x) - 2².*2167

*They want us to find f’ at π/2.*2179

*F’(x), this is just an application, a very careful application of the chain rule.*2185

*Easy, just you got to be careful, that is all.*2189

*We are going to get 3 × cos(2x) - 2² × the derivative of what is inside which is - sin(2x) – 2 *2193

*× the derivative of what is inside, × 2 = -6 × cos(2x) - 2² × sin(2x) – 2.*2212

*Now you just basically just plug π/2 in.*2236

*F’(π/2), here is -6 × cos(2) × π/2 - 2² × sin(2) × π/2 – 2.*2238

*I think if I'm not mistaken, the choice is c.*2271

*Number 27, we have come to the end of this first part.*2278

*What is number 27 asks you to do?*2283

*We are going to compute the derivative of something that is given to us, in terms of an integral.*2290

*f(x) is defined as the integral from 0 to x² of the natlog of t² + 1 dt.*2296

*We have learned from the fundamental theorem of calculus that whenever f(x) is defined as an integral from some constant to x,*2312

*really all you do is you are taking the derivative of an integral.*2319

*Since, the derivative of the integrals are inverse processes, all you are doing is getting rid of the integral sign.*2323

*Your answer would be have been ln(t)² + 1 or ln(x)² + 1.*2327

*However, this upper limit is not x, it is x².*2332

*Really, all you have to do is, remember, f’(x), everything is exactly the same.*2337

*It is going to be the ln of,*2345

*You are going to put this into here.*2354

*It is going to be x⁴ + 1.*2357

*You just have to remember, because this is an x, you have to multiply by the derivative of this thing.*2361

*The derivative of x is just 1. It would be just 1, normally.*2368

*But the derivative of x² is 2x.*2371

*It is literally that simple.*2375

*This is choice e, the only difference is that they put the x and the 2x in front.*2380

*Once again, here, just plug in this into here, that will give you the function.*2386

*But remember that, if this is not x, then you need to just multiply by the derivative of this thing.*2394

*It looks like we have one more, I apologize, there are 28 questions not 27.*2403

*Number 28, here it wants us to evaluate the derivative with respect to x of the ln of 2 - cos x.*2412

*That is one parenthesis, that is two parentheses, and a bracket.*2429

*This is just an application of chain rule, it is not a not a big deal.*2432

*f’(x) which is ddx is equal to the derivative of natlog is 1/ the argument.*2436

*This is the argument, it is going to be 1/ derivative of ln(u), it is 1/ u du dx.*2449

*1/ ln(2) - cos x × the derivative of the argument ×, the derivative of ln(2) - cos x is 1/ 2 - cos x *2457

*× the derivative of the argument which is the derivative of -cos x is sin x.*2484

*That is it, it is choice c.*2493

*Just have to watch the differentiation.*2495

*That takes care of Section 1, Part A, no calculator allowed.*2499

*Next lesson, we will start with section 1 part B, where the calculator is allowed on the multiple choice sections.*2505

*Thank you so much for joining us here at www.educator.com.*2512

*We will see you next time, bye.*2514

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