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2 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio x x x Let f be the fuctio give by f = + cos x. Let R be the shaded regio i the secod quadrat bouded by the graph of f, ad let S be the shaded regio bouded by the graph of f ad lie l, the lie taget to the graph of f at x =, as show above. (a) Fid the area of R. (b) Fid the volume of the solid geerated whe R is rotated about the horizotal lie y =. (c) Write, but do ot evaluate, a itegral expressio that ca be used to fid the area of S. For x <, f( x ) = whe x =.7. Let P =.7. (a) Area of R = f dx =.9 P : { : itegral : aswer ( ) (b) Volume = ( f + ) dx = 59.6 P : : limits ad costat : itegrad : aswer (c) The equatio of the taget lie l is y = x. The graph of f ad lie l itersect at A = A Area of = (( ) ( )) S x f x dx : : taget lie : itegrad : limits 6 The College Board. All rights reserved.
3 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio Let f be the fuctio defied for x with f ( ) = 5 ad f, the ( x ) first derivative of f, give by f = e si ( x ). The graph of y = f is show above. (a) Use the graph of f to determie whether the graph of f is cocave up, cocave dow, or either o the iterval.7 < x <.9. Explai your reasoig. (b) O the iterval x, fid the value of x at which f has a absolute maximum. Justify your aswer. (c) Write a equatio for the lie taget to the graph of f at x =. (a) O the iterval.7 < x <.9, f is decreasig ad thus f is cocave dow o this iterval. : { : aswer : reaso (b) f = whe x =,,,, K O [, ] f chages from positive to egative oly at. The absolute maximum must occur at x = or at a edpoit. f ( ) = 5 ( ) ( ) ( ) f = f + f x dx = f( ) = f( ) + f dx = : idetifies ad as cadidates  or  idicates that the graph of f : icreases, decreases, the icreases : justifies f( ) > f( ) : aswer This shows that f has a absolute maximum at x =. (c) f( ) = f( ) + f dx = 5.6 f ( ) = e.5 si( ) =.59 y 5.6 = (.59)( x ) : f ( ) expressio : itegral : : icludig f ( ) term : f ( ) : equatio 6 The College Board. All rights reserved.
4 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio The figure above is the graph of a fuctio of x, which models the height of a skateboard ramp. The fuctio meets the followig requiremets. (i) At x =, the value of the fuctio is, ad the slope of the graph of the fuctio is. (ii) At x =, the value of the fuctio is, ad the slope of the graph of the fuctio is. (iii) Betwee x = ad x =, the fuctio is icreasig. (a) Let f = ax, where a is a ozero costat. Show that it is ot possible to fid a value for a so that f meets requiremet (ii) above. x (b) Let g = cx, where c is a ozero costat. Fid the value of c so that g meets requiremet (ii) 6 above. Show the work that leads to your aswer. (c) Usig the fuctio g ad your value of c from part (b), show that g does ot meet requiremet (iii) above. x (d) Let hx ( ) =, where k is a ozero costat ad is a positive iteger. Fid the values of k ad so that k h meets requiremet (ii) above. Show that h also meets requiremets (i) ad (iii) above. (a) f ( ) = implies that implies that a = ad f ( ) = a( ) = 6 a =. Thus, f caot satisfy (ii). 8 : a = or a = : 6 8 : shows a does ot work (b) g( ) = 6c = implies that c =. Whe, ( ) c = g ( ) = c( ) = ( )( 6) = 6 x (c) g = x = x( x ) 8 g < for < x <, so g does ot satisfy (iii). (d) h( ) = = implies that = k. k h ( ) = = = = gives = ad k x h = h( ) =. 56 x h = h ( ) = ad h > for < x <. 56 k = = 56. : value of c : g : : explaatio : = k  : : = k : values for k ad : verificatios 6 The College Board. All rights reserved.
5 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio The rate, i calories per miute, at which a perso usig a exercise machie burs calories is modeled by the fuctio f. I the figure above, f () t = t + t + for t ad f is piecewise liear for t. (a) Fid f ( ). Idicate uits of measure. (b) For the time iterval t, at what time t is f icreasig at its greatest rate? Show the reasoig that supports your aswer. (c) Fid the total umber of calories bured over the time iterval 6 t 8 miutes. (d) The settig o the machie is ow chaged so that the perso burs f () t + c calories per miute. For this settig, fid c so that a average of 5 calories per miute is bured durig the time iterval 6 t 8. 5 (a) f ( ) = = calories/mi/mi : f ( ) ad uits (b) f is icreasig o [, ] ad o [, 6 ]. 5 9 O (, 6 ), f () t = = sice f has 6 costat slope o this iterval. O (, ), f () t = t + t ad f () t = t + = whe t =. This is where f has a maximum o [, ] sice f > o (, ) ad f < o (, ). O [, ], f is icreasig at its greatest rate whe t = because f ( ) = >. 8 (c) f() t dt = 69 ( ) + ( )( 9+ 5) + 5 ( ) 6 = calories 8 (d) We wat ( () ) 5. f t + c dt = 6 This meas + c = 5(). So, c =. OR Curretly, the average is = calories/mi. Addig c to f () t will shift the average by c. So c = to get a average of 5 calories/mi. : f o (, ) : shows f has a max at t = o (, ) : : shows for < t < 6, f () t < f ( ) : aswer : { : method : aswer : { : setup : value of c 6 The College Board. All rights reserved. 5
6 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio 5 dy Cosider the differetial equatio = ( y ) cos ( x). dx (a) O the axes provided, sketch a slope field for the give differetial equatio at the ie poits idicated. (Note: Use the axes provided i the exam booklet.) (b) There is a horizotal lie with equatio y = c that satisfies this differetial equatio. Fid the value of c. (c) Fid the particular solutio y = f to the differetial equatio with the iitial coditio f () =. (a) : zero slopes : { : all other slopes (b) The lie y = satisfies the differetial equatio, so c =. : c = (c) dy = cos( x) dx ( y ) ( y ) = si( x) + C = si ( x ) + C y = si( ) + C = C = si ( x) + y y = si + y = for si + < x < 6 : : separates variables : atiderivatives : costat of itegratio : uses iitial coditio : aswer Note: max 6 [] if o costat of itegratio Note: 6 if o separatio of variables 6 The College Board. All rights reserved. 6
7 6 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B) Questio 6 t (sec) vt () ( ft sec ) at () ( ft sec ) A car travels o a straight track. Durig the time iterval t 6 secods, the car s velocity v, measured i feet per secod, ad acceleratio a, measured i feet per secod per secod, are cotiuous fuctios. The table above shows selected values of these fuctios. 6 (a) Usig appropriate uits, explai the meaig of vt () dti terms of the car s motio. Approximate 6 vt () dtusig a trapezoidal approximatio with the three subitervals determied by the table. (b) Usig appropriate uits, explai the meaig of at () dti terms of the car s motio. Fid the exact value of at () dt. (c) For < t < 6, must there be a time t whe vt () = 5? Justify your aswer. (d) For < t < 6, must there be a time t whe at () =? Justify your aswer. 6 (a) vt () dtis the distace i feet that the car travels from t = sec to t = 6 sec. Trapezoidal approximatio for 6 vt () dt: A = ( + ) 5 + ( )( 5) + ( )( ) = 85 ft (b) at () dtis the car s chage i velocity i ft/sec from t = sec to t = sec. a() t dt = v () t dt = v( ) v( ) = ( ) = 6 ft/sec (c) Yes. Sice v( 5) = < 5 < = v( 5 ), the IVT guaratees a t i ( 5, 5 ) so that vt () = 5. (d) Yes. Sice v( ) = v( 5 ), the MVT guaratees a t i (, 5 ) so that at () = v () t =. Uits of ft i (a) ad ft/sec i (b) : { : explaatio : value : { : explaatio : value : v( 5) < 5 < v( 5) : : Yes; refers to IVT or hypotheses : v( ) = v( 5) : : Yes; refers to MVT or hypotheses : uits i (a) ad (b) 6 The College Board. All rights reserved. 7
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