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### AP Practice Exam: Section I, Part B Calculator Allowed

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- Intro 0:00
- Problem #1 1:22
- Problem #2 4:55
- Problem #3 10:49
- Problem #4 13:05
- Problem #5 14:54
- Problem #6 17:25
- Problem #7 18:39
- Problem #8 20:27
- Problem #9 26:48
- Problem #10 28:23
- Problem #11 34:03
- Problem #12 36:25
- Problem #13 39:52
- Problem #14 43:12
- Problem #15 47:18
- Problem #16 50:41
- Problem #17 56:38

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### Transcription: AP Practice Exam: Section I, Part B Calculator Allowed

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

*Today, we are going to continue our practice exam.*0005

*It is going to be Section 1 Part B, where the calculators are actually allowed.*0009

*You are going to be using the calculator regularly in this section.*0014

*Let us go ahead and get started.*0018

*Let me let you know once again where you can find this, in case you already forgot or did not see it.*0020

* Of course, there is a link down below in the quick notes.*0028

*I will go ahead and write it here.*0030

*You can find this at www.online.math.uh.edu/apcalculus/exams.*0032

*When you pull out this page, it is going to be section 1 part B.*0055

*The version that we are going through is version 5.*0064

*There are multiple exams on this page.*0069

*I would recommend just going through all of them as practice.*0070

*But we are going to be doing version 5 for this.*0073

*Let us get started, problem number 1.*0076

*I kind of like this purple, it is nice.*0080

*That is okay, I will go ahead and work in blue, I think.*0082

*It is a nice color that we usually work in.*0085

*Number 1 asks us to give a value of c that satisfies the conclusions of the mean value theorem for a given function.*0089

*Our function is f(x) = x² – x – 1.*0101

*The interval that we are concerned with is 1 to 3.*0110

*The mean value theorem basically says that, if f is continuous on a closed interval, it is differentiable on the open interval.*0116

*Then, there is some number c in that interval such that f’ at c is going to equal the actual slope from point 1 to point 3.*0123

*Let us go ahead and run through this.*0139

*Looking at this, it is definitely continuous.*0140

*Any polynomial, all polynomials are continuous, or the entire real line.*0143

*The first hypothesis is satisfied.*0148

*F is continuous on the closed interval 1,3.*0151

*F is a definitely differentiable because polynomials are differentiable everywhere.*0156

*F is differentiable on the open interval 1,3.*0163

*The conclusion that we can draw, there exists some number c such that c is between 1 and 3,*0170

*such that f’ at that value of c is equal to f(3) – f(1)/ 3 – 1.*0186

*That is what the mean value theorem says.*0196

*Let us go ahead and take the first derivative because we are going to be looking for f’.*0199

*F’ at x is equal to 2x – 1.*0204

*F’ at c is nothing more than 2c – 1.*0211

*We are going to be looking for that value of c.*0216

*Let us go ahead and calculate this value and set this f’(c) equal to this and solve for c.*0219

*That is all you have to do.*0226

*F(3), when I put it in here, I’m going to get a 9 – 3 – 1 is equal to 5.*0227

*f(1) is equal to 1 - 1 - 1 is equal to -1.*0244

*f(3) - f(1)/ 3 - 1 is equal to 5 - a -1/ 3 – 1.*0255

*This is going to be 6/2.*0267

*It is going to equal 3.*0269

*Therefore, we have, f’ at c is going to equal 3 or f’ at c is 2c – 1.*0271

*2c - 1 = 3, then we just solve for c.*0283

*2c = 4 and c = 2.*0287

*Our choice is going to be c, for this one.*0291

*Nice and straightforward, just have to make sure that the hypotheses of the mean value theorem are satisfied.*0295

*It has to be continuous on the closed interval and it has to be differentiable on the open interval.*0300

*If either of those two is not satisfied, you cannot use the mean value theorem.*0306

*Hypothesis is very important.*0311

*Number 2, it asks us to give us a function.*0317

*Let us go ahead and write this function down.*0321

*Our f(x), we have got 4x³ + 2 × e ⁺x.*0324

*It tells us that this function is invertible, it wants us to find the derivative of the inverse at x = 2.*0337

*What it is asking us to find is f inverse' at 2, that is what we want.*0346

*We are going to start off by graphing this.*0359

*Because again, you have this exponential function, you have your calculator, go ahead and graph it to take a look at it.*0361

*The graph is going to look something like this.*0370

*This over here, it is going to go something like that.*0375

*This is f, this is going to be the original function.*0379

*Now the inverse of that, we know what the inverse is.*0382

*The inverse is just a reflection about the line y = x.*0385

*Let me go back to blue here.*0394

*The inverse is going to look something like that.*0396

*This value is 2, f(0) is 2.*0404

*This graph is f inverse, what they want is the slope.*0410

*They want the derivative of the tangent line.*0417

*They want the slope of the curve at that point.*0422

*f inverse' at 2.*0426

*We actually know how to do this.*0432

*It turns out that the derivative of the inverse is nothing more than the reciprocal of the derivative of the original function.*0434

*f inverse', 1/ f’ at a given point.*0445

*We just have to be very careful at which point we are doing it.*0449

*Here is what is going to happen.*0452

*What we are looking for, f inverse' at 2 is actually going to be the inverse of 1/ f’ at 0, not 1/ f’ at 2.*0455

*Here is why, this point is 2,0, it is inverse point, if you will, is 0,2.*0469

*The x value for the inverse function is 2 but this 2, because inverse is switch x and y values,*0484

*when we go up to 2,0, the x value, this point which is the essentially the inverse point of this, its x value is 0.*0495

*Essentially, it is just going to be the reciprocal of that slope, right there.*0503

*That slope is f’ at 0.*0509

*F’ inverse at 2 is not 1/ f’ at 2.*0514

*You have to find the f inverse’ at 2.*0520

*You have to find where, that is going to be the y value of the original function.*0528

*Up here, it is going to be 1/ f’ at 0.*0534

*We need to find f’at (0), I hope that make sense.*0537

*Be very careful, that is why it is a good idea to actually graph this.*0539

*The argument for what we are looking for is going to have to be the y value of the original function,*0545

*where the inverse function is this.*0550

*Let us go ahead and do f’(x).*0559

*F’(x) is going to equal 12x² +,*0563

*I’m sorry, my real function was wrong, e ⁺2x.*0578

*There you go.*0581

*Yes, is it e ⁺2x, now I’m getting confused, 2e ⁺2x.*0590

*What function am I looking at here?*0595

*I think we are good.*0599

*4x³ + 2e ⁺2x, the derivative is going to be 12x² + 2e ⁺2x × 2, 4e ⁺2x.*0600

*We are going to find f’(0), it is going to be 12 × 0 which is 0.*0612

*e⁰ is going to be 1, this is going to be 4.*0618

*f inverse’ at 2 is equal to 1/ f’ at 0.*0625

*It is just equal to ¼, it is going to be c.*0634

*Sorry about the little confusion there.*0640

*I have written two different things on the page and I got a little confused for a moment.*0644

*Let us go on to question number 3.*0649

*What is question number 3 asks us?*0653

*Question 3 is asking us to give a value.*0664

*We actually have a graph, let me see it here.*0670

*They gave us a graph and this graph looks like that as it passes through 0 and it passes through 3.*0675

*1, 2, and 3, it is a little bit of parabola like that.*0685

*It actually passes through that point.*0690

*They tell us that this is actually a graph of f’(x).*0694

*This is the derivative of f.*0701

*What they are asking us to do is they want us to give a value of x where f actually achieves a local minimum.*0703

*A local min, we know that local min or local max, we know that f’(x) has to equal 0.*0712

*Since this is the f’ graph, it is going to be either this point or this point.*0719

*If I look at 3, if I look at the point 3, and the other point is point 0.*0732

*It is either going to be 3 or 0, which one of those is it going to be?*0742

*To the left of 3, the derivative.*0746

*This is the derivative graph, it is negative, it is decreasing.*0748

*To the right of 3, it is positive, it is above the x axis.*0753

*It is increasing.*0757

*Therefore, decreasing then increasing, our local min is at x = 3.*0760

*That is how we do with.*0767

*0, to the left you have a positive, it is increasing and it is decreasing.*0768

*Here it is actually going to be a local max there.*0771

*They want the local min, x = 3.*0776

*Our choice is a.*0778

*Number 4, basically, you are just going to be graphing the function that they gave you.*0786

*We have a graph right here and let us go ahead and say what this graph is.*0791

*I will go ahead and do over here.*0798

*f(x) =, the piece wise graph, we have got - x - 5 whenever x is less than -2.*0799

*We have x² + 1, when x is greater than or equal to -2, less than or equal to 1.*0812

*We have 2x³ -1, when x is greater than 1.*0820

*That is it, 3 piece wise function.*0826

*Now we answer some questions about this question.*0828

*Question number 1 is, is f continuous at x = -2.*0831

*-2, no, it is not continuous there.*0837

*Question 2 is asking us is f differentiable at x = 1?*0841

*At 1, we also have a discontinuity here.*0847

*The left hand limit and the right hand limit are not equal, no it is not differentiable at x = 1.*0850

*3, is x = 0 a local minimum?*0856

*Is x = 0 a local min?*0859

*Yes, it is a local min because to the left and right of that, the values of the function are higher than that.*0863

*Yes, three is definitely true.*0869

*Number 4, is x - 2 an absolute max?*0873

*x - 2 an absolute max, no because there is something higher over here.*0878

*Only 3 is true, our choice is c.*0884

*That is it, graph it, read it right off the graph.*0888

*Let us see what question 5 has for us.*0895

*Question 5, we are given some integrals and we are asked to determine another definite integral.*0903

*They give us that the integral from 0 to 50 of 4 f(x) dx is equal to 3.*0909

*They tell us that the integral from 2 to 50 of f(x) dx is equal to 2.*0921

*They want us to evaluate the integral from 0 to 2 of f(x) dx.*0930

*This is just an application of the properties of the integral.*0938

*We are going to go ahead and just write the integral from 0 to 2 of f(x) dx, which is what we want.*0943

*It is going to equal 1/4 of 4 f(x) dx which is the integral from 0 to 50 +,*0950

*this upper is going to come down here, so that they end up canceling, so to speak.*0965

*50 to 2 of f(x) dx.*0970

*This is equal to this.*0975

*Now I just plug the values in.*0977

*This is equal to ¼, I know that the integral from 0 to 50 is this one, 3.*0980

*This is -2, if I’m not mistaken.*0990

*Yes, that is -2.*0997

*The integral from 2 to 50 is -2.*0999

*The integral from 50 to 2 is going to be the negative of that.*1006

*It is going to be - -2.*1011

*When I add these together, I’m going to end up with 11/4, the choice is d.*1015

*I hope that made sense.*1022

*Just be very careful.*1023

*Here what I have done is, by flipping the integral, I’m basically taking the negative of this one, - -2.*1028

*I hope that made sense.*1039

*Number 6, what is number 6 asks us?*1047

*It wants us to find an approximate location of the local maximum for the particular function.*1051

*The particular function that they gave us is this and I have gone ahead and graphed it.*1058

*F(x) = 4x³ + 3x² - 2x.*1063

*That is it, basically, just go ahead and graph it and use your zoom feature, your trace feature on your calculator,*1071

*whatever your calculator uses or calculate, basically, to find this.*1077

*They want the value of a local maximum.*1082

*That is it, use the zoom feature, in this particular case, it turns out to be this point -0.7287, 1.502.*1088

*In this case, our choice is going to be b.*1102

*That is it, just graph it and read it right off.*1105

*Either zoom or calculate it directly, however is it that you want, go ahead and do it.*1108

*Let us move on to number 7.*1119

*Number 7 asks us to find the approximate average value of function.*1127

*The function that we are concerned with is going to be 4x ln 3x.*1132

*Let me just double check and make sure that it is correct, 4x ln 3x.*1139

*On the interval, of course, average value is always specified on an interval, on the interval 1 to 4.*1145

*Very simple, we know what the average value is, it is equal to 1/ b – a*1153

*where the first number is a and the second number is b × the integral from a to b of the function itself.*1159

*That is it, it is the same as any other average.*1167

*When you take an average, let us say of 10 numbers, you add those 10 numbers and you divide by 10.*1170

*An interval is continuous, it is not 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.*1175

*You are essentially adding an infinite number of numbers.*1179

*The sum, if you remember the integral is just the sum.*1183

*Once you add the numbers, that is the integral.*1185

*And then, you divide by how many there are.*1187

*Where, how many there are, is basically the length of the interval.*1190

*This is the same average that you are used to, always.*1192

*This is nice and simple.*1198

*1/ 4 – 1/ the integral 1 to 4, 4x of ln of 3x dx.*1199

*Again, just go ahead and use your calculator to evaluate the integral numerically.*1211

*You are going to get an approximate value of 20.77.*1216

*Your choice is going to be d.*1222

*Number 8, let us see what number 8 has for us.*1227

*We have a region that is enclosed by the graphs of a couple of functions and*1235

*we rotate it around the y axis to generate a solid.*1239

*We want to find the volume of this solid.*1244

*The two functions are y = x³ - 1 and y = x – 1.*1248

*You can go ahead and graph it or if you know what it looks like,*1256

*you can graph it by hand and save the calculator for the actual evaluation of the integral.*1259

*The region is going to look like this.*1263

*1, this is going to be the x³ - 1 graph.*1269

*The x - 1 is going to be the line going this way, something like that.*1278

*Essentially, we are going to be rotating this around the y axis.*1287

*We are going to end up getting that and we are going to end up getting that.*1295

*We want the volume of that solid.*1305

*We can do this with washers, we can do this with shells.*1308

*I think we can just go ahead and do it with shells.*1312

*We are basically going to take a volume element.*1317

*And then, we are going to integrate that volume element.*1320

*Let me go ahead and work in red for this one.*1326

*A volume element, I decided I think I'm going to go ahead and go shells.*1329

*I'm going to take that and that.*1335

*Basically, a little bit of a cylindrical shell.*1341

*And then, I’m going to integrate, add them up, all over from here to here, from 0 to 1.*1344

*That is how I’m going to go ahead and do this.*1357

*Basically, we are going to take the area of a cylindrical shell.*1360

*The area of the cylindrical shell is going to be 2π x × the height.*1366

*This cylindrical shell, if you will, something like that.*1375

*We are just going to add them all up.*1386

*This is going to be a cylindrical shell.*1387

*This thickness is going to be dx.*1390

*What we want is, we want the surface area then we are going to add them up.*1392

*That is going to be our dx.*1398

*2π x × h.*1399

*X is going to be the radius, then 2π r is going to be the circumference.*1404

*And that multiply by h which is that, that is going to give me the area of the outside of the circular shell.*1410

*The dx is going to give me a volume.*1417

*The volume element is 2π x h dx.*1419

*H itself, how do we find this height?*1426

*The height is going to be the difference between that and that.*1430

*The height is going to be the function x – 1.*1436

*For any value x, I have this and I have this.*1439

*I’m going to do x - 1 - x³ – 1.*1445

*It is going to be this function - this function.*1454

*That is going to give me the difference, the height.*1457

*I hope that makes sense.*1460

*If I have a particular x, it is going to be this height - this height.*1462

*It is this height, they give me essentially just the difference between the two functions.*1471

*I get x = x - 1 – x³ + 1*1478

*The 1 cancel, I get a height equal to x - x³.*1486

*Therefore, my volume element is going to be 2π x.*1492

*My h his x - x³ and it is going to be × 2 × dx.*1500

*Now that takes care of this.*1509

*I have to multiply this by 2 because now I have the bottom part.*1513

*Therefore, I have a dv element of 4π × x² – x⁴ dx.*1525

*Now I can integrate.*1547

*Now the volume is going to be the integral from 0 to 1.*1548

*I’m going to add up all the cylindrical shells.*1552

*That is fine, I will just leave it in here, it is not a problem.*1560

*X² - x⁴ dx and when I evaluate that, I get a volume equal to 1.676 cubic units.*1563

*The choice is actually d.*1574

*I hope that made sense.*1576

*You could have done this with washers.*1578

*We take that region and we draw it like that.*1582

*You could have done it this way but then and you have to integrate along y.*1587

*You are going to have to change this, which is why I went with shells.*1592

*It was given in terms of x and y, as a function of x.*1596

*I integrated along x.*1599

*Along x, I decided to just use the shells.*1601

*Number 9, let us see, instantaneous rate of change.*1609

*They want to know the approximate instantaneous rate of change of a given function.*1618

*This function f(t) is actually expressed as an integral.*1622

*0 to 4t of cos(x) dx.*1628

*Fundamental theorem of calculus tell us that the instantaneous rate of change,*1640

*we know that an instantaneous rate of change is the derivative.*1644

*The derivative f’ t is going to be, when I have the function expressed as an integral,*1646

*I go ahead and just drop the integral sign, when I take the derivative.*1659

*It is going to be cos, I put that in here, of 4t.*1663

*But because this is not t, it is a function of t, I have to multiply by the derivative of that.*1668

*They want us to evaluate the instantaneous rate of change at a certain point.*1677

*What they want is f’ at π/4.*1682

*f’ at π/4, when I put π/4 into this expression, I get 1.662.*1688

*That is it, nice and simple, just a straight application of the fundamental theorem of calculus I’m plugging in.*1698

*Number 10, we have a particular integral and they want to know what the area is*1705

*when this integral is evaluated by a trapezoidal rule for n = 3.*1717

*The integral that they gave us is 0 to 1 of sin of π(x) dx.*1724

*Essentially, what we are going to do is we are going to calculate this integral with our calculator.*1732

*We are going to do a trapezoidal rule approximation.*1735

*We are going to subtract 1 for the other and that is going to be our area.*1739

*In this particular case, n = 3.*1742

*When n = 3, the integral from a to b of f(x) dx, the trapezoidal approximation is going to b Δ x/ 2.*1746

*This is just a formula that you have to know.*1761

*It is going to be f(x) is 0 + 2 f(x1) + 2 × f(x2) + f at x3.*1764

*n = 3, you are going to have four terms.*1779

*X0 and x3 and the n, and 2 × down below or Δ x is equal to be - a/ n.*1782

*In this case, b - a/ n.*1792

*b - a is equal to 1 - 0/ 3.*1799

*Δ x = 1/3.*1805

*We just need to find f(x) 0, f(x1), f(x2), f(x3).*1808

*When I plug those in, f(x) is 0, it is going to be this is f right here, sin(π) x.*1815

*It is going to be sin(π) × 0 which is equal to 0.*1828

*Let me write out everything explicitly here, and a little more clear.*1841

*We have x(0) = 0, that is going to give us, f(x0), π × 0 = 0.*1849

*x sub 1 is equal to 1/3 because Δ x is 1/3, it is going to be 0, 1/3, 2/3, 1.*1871

*We are breaking up this interval into that many parts.*1880

*x1 is equal to 1/3.*1884

*Therefore, f of 1/3 is going to equal the sin(π/3) which is equal to 0.86603.*1886

*x2 is equal to 2/3, therefore, the f(2/3) is going to equal the sin of 2π/ 3.*1905

*It also equals 0.86603.*1917

*x of 3 is equal to 1, f(1) is equal to the sin(π).*1923

*The sin(π) is equal to 0.*1931

*We have the trapezoidal approximation is equal to, we said Δ x/ 2.*1937

*It is going to be 1/3/ 2.*1944

*I will do it in this way.*1948

*I will actually write everything out.*1949

*0 + 2 × 0.86603 + 2 × 0.86603 + 0.*1953

*That is going to give some answer of 0.577353.*1966

*The actual value of the integral itself, when I evaluate this integral, it is going to equal 0.63662.*1975

*I take that number - that number.*1991

*I get an area = 0.63662 - 0.577353.*1995

*It is going to give me an area of 0.05927.*2010

*Our choice of is d, that is it, just got to know this formula.*2016

*That is it, Δ x/ 2, and then, however many you have.*2021

*If n is 6, you are going to have 7 terms.*2024

*If n is 19, you have 20 terms.*2026

*Always n + 1 terms in a trapezoidal approximation.*2029

*The 1 and n stay, f(x) and f(x) ⁺n, the ones in between all are multiplied by a factor of 2.*2032

*Not too bad.*2044

*What does number 11 ask us?*2047

*They are telling us that the amount of money in a bank is increasing at a certain rate.*2050

*The rate is going to be dollars per year.*2055

*They give us a time, a year where t = 0.*2057

*In this case, it turns out to be 2005.*2061

*They want to know, what is the approximate total amount of increase from 2005 to 2007?*2064

*The rate at which the money is increasing is equal to 10,000 × e⁰.06 t.*2071

*It is going to be that many dollars per year.*2086

*t is in years.*2093

*They tell us that t = 0, corresponds to the year 2005.*2099

*They want to know the increase, this is the rate of increase,*2105

*they want to know what the increase is from the year 2005 to 2007.*2113

*If t(0) is 2005, then t = 2 is 2007.*2120

*What we are going to do, the increase from 2005 to 2007.*2127

*If the rate of increases this amount per year, I multiply by the number of years.*2141

*But I integrate, because it is a function of t.*2147

*It is the integral from 0 to 2 of r(t) dt.*2150

*That is it, I just calculate that integral with my calculator and it turns out to be $21,250.*2156

*That is it, I hope that makes sense.*2163

*Dollars per year × year.*2167

*Years cancels year, you are left with dollars.*2171

*But because the rate of increase, the dollars per year is not constant.*2174

*I cannot just multiply them, I have it integrate it.*2178

*That is it, very simple.*2181

*Number 12, let us see what is number 12 asking us.*2189

*A particle is moving with a certain acceleration which they give us here and its initial velocity is 0.*2195

*For how many values of t does the particle change the direction?*2202

*A particle changes direction, when velocity goes from positive to negative or negative to positive.*2207

*When the velocity curve actually crosses the x axis, that is when it changes direction.*2213

*The acceleration that they give us here,*2222

*Our acceleration that they give us is 2t² - 4t.*2227

*They tell us that the initial velocity is 0.*2234

*Was that correct , yes, the initial velocity is 0.*2237

*For how many values of t does it change direction?*2244

*For how many values of t does the velocity curve cross the x axis?*2255

*We need to find the function for the velocity.*2260

*We know what the velocity is.*2263

*The velocity is just the integral of the acceleration.*2266

*It is going to be integral of 2t² - 4t dt.*2269

*When we do that, we get 2t³/ 3 - 2t² + c.*2279

*They tell us that the initial velocity is actually equal to 0.*2288

*v(0) is nothing more than, I put 0 into this for t.*2292

*It is going to be 0 + 0 + c which implies that c itself = 0,*2299

*which means now I can go ahead and put that into here to get my velocity function is equal to 2t³/ 3 – 2t².*2305

*Now I graph that function and I see where it crosses the x axis.*2316

*Not hits the x axis only, it have to fully cross.*2321

*It has to go from positive to negative or negative to positive.*2323

*Let us see what we do next.*2331

*This is a graph of the function that we just dealt with.*2336

*This is the velocity function 2t³/ 3 - 2t².*2340

*This is the velocity function, if something changes direction, it is what they want.*2355

*Does the particle change direction?*2359

*It changes direction when the velocity goes from positive to negative or negative to positive.*2360

*Notice here, the velocity goes to 0 but it stays negative.*2364

*It means it is moving to the left.*2367

*It stops but it keeps moving to the left.*2369

*Here it only crosses once, there is only one place where it actually changes direction.*2373

*Our choice is e, hope that makes sense.*2380

*There is only one place where it actually changes direction.*2386

*Number 13, let us see what we have got.*2395

*This is a related rates problem.*2401

*We have a sphere, they want to know fast the volume of the sphere is changing,*2403

*when the surface area is 3m² and the radius is increasing at a rate of ¼ m/ min.*2413

*Let us see what we have got.*2426

*They tell me that the radius is changing.*2428

*This is a basic related rates problem.*2430

*You may be given at least one rate, at least one, you might be given more.*2433

*You are going to asked to find another rate.*2438

*Your goal, your task is only to find the relationship between the two variables that you choose.*2440

*And then, differentiate implicitly and just plug your values in.*2446

*They tell me that the radius is changing at ¼ m/ min.*2451

*I’m going to skip the units here.*2469

*The rate of change of the radius is ¼.*2473

*It is increasing at ¼ m / min.*2476

*What they want is the rate of change of volume.*2480

*They want dv dt, that is what they want.*2482

*Our task is to find the relationship between that and that.*2484

*We know what that is, the volume of the sphere is 4/3 π r³.*2490

*Now we differentiate, dv dt is equal to 4 π r² dr dt.*2499

*They are telling me, they want to know what this value is when the surface area is equal to 3.*2516

*We know the formula for surface area, it is 4 π r².*2527

*They want to know when that is equal to 3.*2532

*It is 4 π r², the rate of change of the volume, when the surface area is 3,*2537

*I just put in the 3 where I see 4 π r², and I multiply by dr dt which I have.*2545

*3/4 m³/ min is my answer, which is going to be choice e because that is in decimal form, 0.75.*2552

*I hope that makes sense.*2564

*All related rates problems are the same.*2565

*They will give you a rate, they will ask for a rate.*2568

*Your job is to find an explicit expression between this variable and that variable.*2571

*Using whatever other information is given to you, and then differentiate that expression.*2576

*Here is the expression, differentiate the expression.*2582

*This is what we want.*2585

*We arrange it for whatever they ask, that is all.*2586

*Let us see what do we got number 14.*2597

*Rectangle, upper two vertexes, the graph, give the decimal approximation of the maximum possible area.*2604

*What we have is this situation.*2611

*We have a function which is e ⁻9x².*2619

*When I graph this function, I get something like this.*2631

*It is called a dump function, because it looks like a little dump.*2639

*They are telling me that there is this rectangle that is in here.*2643

*They want to know what the maximum area of the rectangle can be.*2649

*Let us take a look at what we have got.*2656

*This is going to be x, this is going to be f(x).*2659

*Therefore, the area of this rectangle is going to be 2x × f(x).*2666

*2x × f(x) which is going to equal 2x × e ⁻9x².*2675

*What we are going to do, we are going to graph the area.*2686

*We are going to graph the derivative because the area is what we want to maximize.*2689

*When you maximize something, we maximize the function like this one.*2696

*You take the derivative and you set it equal to 0.*2700

*Since we have our calculator, we are just going to graph the function, graph the derivative,*2703

*and we are going to see where the derivative crosses the x axis.*2707

*We are going to find where the derivative = 0.*2710

*That is the x value that we are going to use to put in our particular function.*2714

*Let us go ahead and do that.*2721

*Once again, maximization means this.*2723

*Find the x values where a’(x) = 0.*2729

*This green right here, this is our original function.*2750

*This is our area function.*2754

*This is the function that we want to maximize.*2755

*This purple function, this is a’(x).*2758

*That is the derivative of that.*2763

*Our a(x), remember we said this is 2x e ⁻9x².*2765

*It does not matter what this is.*2771

*It is the derivative of this.*2772

*I need to know where the derivative crosses the x axis, where the derivative is equal to 0.*2773

*It is equal to 0 to places here and here.*2778

*This is a negative value, I cannot have a negative length because this is a box that we are talking about.*2781

*A box whose length is this part is x.*2787

*That is the value that I'm interested in.*2792

*That value, I read it off the graph, zoom in, use my calculator, however it is that I want to use it.*2795

*I end up with this value is 0.236.*2800

*a(0.236), you can see that the area function is maximized here.*2808

*The x value is here, the derivative confirms that.*2815

*That is all we are doing.*2818

*It is a 0.236, the area of 0.236, when I put 0.236 into here, I get an area of 0.2859.*2819

*My choice is a, I hope that made sense.*2831

*Number 15, let us see what number 15 is asking us.*2839

*They are saying that a rough approximation from the natlog of 5 is going to be 1.609.*2848

*They want us to use this approximation and differentials or linear approximations to approximate.*2855

*They tell us that the natlog of 5 is equal to 1.609.*2864

*They want us to find an approximate value for the natlog of 521/ 100.*2876

*That is just the natlog of 5.21.*2884

*We are going to use a linear approximations and differentials here.*2890

*Actually linear approximations not differentials.*2892

*The linear approximation of a value is equal to that function at that value + the derivative at that value × x - x0.*2898

*In this particular case, we want to find the value at 5.21.*2913

*It is going to be the f(5) + f’ at 5 × 5.21 – 5.*2920

*f(x) is just equal to the natlog of x.*2934

*f’(x) = 1/ x, f’ at 5 = 1/5.*2939

*Our answer, the approximation of the natlog of 5.21 is equal to f(5),*2949

*which is f(5) which is ln of 5 which is 1.609 + f'(5) which is 1/5 × 5.21 – 5.*2958

*When I calculate this, I end up with 1.651.*2976

*My answer is c, linear approximation, that is it.*2980

*That is all you are doing.*2986

*This is going to be the difference between what you know and what you are looking for.*2988

*That is all that is happening here.*2993

*Just remember, linear approximation.*2998

*Let us say this is a function, the whole idea of the derivative is 2.*3001

*As long as you are staying pretty close to the curve, the line itself is actually pretty good approximation.*3005

*This point was our ln 5.*3014

*This point was going to be our ln 5.21.*3019

*These are linear approximation, we used the derivative instead of actually using the logarithm function because it is very close to it.*3027

*That is all we have done here.*3036

*Let us take a look at number 16, let us see what we have got.*3043

*What is 16 asking us, it is giving us a function and it is telling us that it is differentiable everywhere.*3050

*They want to know what n is.*3056

*f(x) is equal to, it is a piece wise function here.*3060

*We have got nx³ - x for x less than or equal to 1.*3067

*We have got nx² + 5 for x greater than 1.*3074

*Once again, they tell us that it is differentiable everywhere.*3082

*They want to know what is n.*3091

*We want to know what n is.*3095

*Let us go ahead and work in red here.*3098

*Differentiable means it is continuous.*3101

*Because differentiability implies continuity, not the other way around, continuous.*3107

*We know that this function is continuous everywhere.*3115

*The differentiability also means that the left hand derivative = the right hand derivative.*3122

*The left hand derivative, I take the derivative of this, the derivative of that.*3139

*The left hand derivative, as I approach it from the left.*3148

*I have got 3nx² - 1 is equal to 2nx.*3150

*I got myself one equation there.*3160

*Because I know that the left hand derivative is equal to the right hand derivative.*3161

*That has to be true.*3164

*The limit as x approaches 1 from the left of f(x) = the limit as x approaches 1 from the left of nx³ - x is equal to, I plug 1 in for x.*3170

*It is going to be n - 1 and the limit as x approaches 1 from above, they are differentiable, left hand and right hand derivative are equal.*3201

*What I’m saying is that it is continuous which means that*3216

*the left hand limit and the right hand limit are going to be the same because it is continuous everywhere.*3219

*Therefore, those two things have to be the same.*3226

*If f(x) = the limit as x approaches 1 from above of that function mx² + 5 = m + 5.*3232

*These are equal, precisely because f is continuous everywhere.*3252

*It is continuous everywhere because it is differentiable everywhere.*3259

*Now I have got, we have got n - 1 is equal to m + 5.*3263

*Let us go ahead and write this as n - 6 is equal to m.*3274

*I’m going to go ahead and plug n – 6, wherever I see that.*3283

*I got 3nx² - 1 = 2 × n - 6 × x.*3290

*I get 3nx² – 1 = 2nx - 12x.*3303

*If I did my math correctly and I end up with x = 1.*3311

*I know the x = 1 because I'm talking about 1,*3324

*because 1 is the point at which it is going to be both continuous and differentiable.*3329

*X = 1, I get 3n.*3334

*When I plug in x = 1 to there and to there, I get 3n - 1 = 2n – 12.*3340

*I get n = -11, my choice is e.*3351

*In this particular case, when they said it is differentiable everywhere, it implies that it is continuous everywhere.*3355

*Because it is differentiable, the left hand and right hand derivative have to be the same.*3360

*I take the derivative of both functions, to the left of 1 or the right of 1*3366

*because it is differentiable at 1 and I set them equal to each other, that is one of my equations.*3370

*Because it is continuous, I know that the left hand limit, the original function = the right hand limit of the original function.*3375

*I set those two things equal to each other.*3381

*That gives me another equation, an m and n.*3383

*Now I just solve the two equations.*3387

*In this case, they just wanted n.*3388

*I could have done both, not a problem.*3390

*Let us see number 17, which I think is our last problem here.*3396

*They want to know which of the following functions has a vertical asymptote at -1 and a horizontal asymptote at y = 2.*3403

*They gave us some choices.*3413

*Vertical asymptote at x = -1 and they want a horizontal asymptote at y = 2.*3414

*This is what they are asking.*3435

*Basically, you are just going to check each function, that is it.*3439

*Denominator, where the denominator is 0, that is going to be your vertical asymptote.*3442

*Horizontal asymptote, it depends on the nature of the rational function, what the top is and what the bottom is.*3450

*I notice that the 2x² + 1/ x² – 1, it goes to 2 as x goes to infinity.*3457

*Horizontal asymptote means taking x to infinity and see what happens.*3471

*Essentially, as x goes to infinity, these do not really matter.*3475

*x²/ x², they cancel.*3479

*You are just left with 2/1 which is 2.*3481

*Sure enough, y = 2 is a horizontal asymptote and x² – 1, this is x – 1 × x + 1.*3484

*x cannot be -1 because it is actually going to end up making the denominator 0.*3501

*Our choice is b, nice and straightforward.*3507

*That takes care of Section 1, Part B, where the calculator was allowed for the exam.*3513

*Next time, we are going to start with our free response question.*3520

*Thank you so much for joining us here at www.educator.com.*3524

*We will see you next time, bye.*3526

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Post by R K on April 25, 2017

For #12, couldn't we use the second derivative test instead of graphing?

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Post by R K on April 25, 2017

For question number 5, why do you multiply the first integral from 0 to 50 by 1/4?