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(1) (10 points) Fnd the derivative cos(te-Ji1

(2) (10 points)/ + 112)zdr (Hint: Let u: ."' * +)
(3) (10 points)/ z#fua"
(4) (10 points) Find 9'(-$) where g is the inverse ot f (r) : ;* (Hint:
use g (r) :
tt t 'l r
fd,)) )
(5) (10 points) Use L'Hopital's rule to compute (a) lim,**(f + i)' (b)
liml*6+ (sin 2t)(la2t)
(6) (15 points) Newton's Law of cooling says the cooling rate is propor-
tional to the temperature difference between a hot object and its
(cooler) environment. k is called the cooling constant. The mathe.
matical model i, y' - -k(y - b) where 3r(t) is the temperature of the
hot object at time f, and b is the temperature of the environment.
If a hot object is submerged into a pool of water of 10 degree. The
cooling constant k :0.15 L/min. Assume the initial temperature of
the object is 100 degree (a) What is the solution y(t)? (b) Plot s(t)
- on the plot you should indicate the value y(0) and lims*oo g(t) (c)
How long does it take before the object become 30 degree?
(7) (15 points) A quantity grows expoaentially if it grows at a rate pro-
portioaal to its size, i..e. P'(t): kP(t), k is called the growth rate. If
a population grows expoentially with growth rate k: 0.04. Assume
the population at time t is P(t) and the initial population P(0) is
1000. (a) What is P(f)? (b) How long does it take for the population
to become 5 times in size?
(B) (20 points) f (*): sin(r2) and f : Ii f @)a*; Approximate -[ using
midpoint rule. (a) What is Ma:? (you don't need to compute the
final value) (b) show tbat lf" (r)l < 6 (Hint: use triangle inequality)
(c) The error bound for the midpoint rule is

where lf" Kz.Show that Error(My) is at most afur (a) pi"a
an N such that l/ - MNI S tO-s

Date: Qetober 19, 2007.