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Past Exam for MTHSC 207 - MULTI-VAR CALCULUS with Lavare at Clemson (Clemson)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Professor:Lavare
Class:MTHSC 207 - MULTI-VAR CALCULUS
Subject:MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
University:Clemson University
Term:Spring 2009
Keywords:
  • Production Budget
  • Unit Elasticity
  • Point Method
  • Accumulation
  • The Internet
  • Mathematical Notation
  • Production Costs
  • Relative Maximum
  • Maximum Profit
  • Average Number
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MthSc 207 Final Exam Review Spring 2009 Disclaimer: This review should be used to assist you in reviewing for the final exam. It should be used in addition to reviewing your 3 tests. Sections 5.1 - 5.2 Due to a wonderful breakthrough in technology, scientists working secretly have been able to recreate four flying reindeer from fur found in 1990 on a rooftop in Las Vegas. (Not really true but let's pretend it's true). Let 2( ) 2.5 16 1.3f x x x= ? + + flying reindeer per year be the rate of change of the flying reindeer population x years after 1990. a. If we used rectangles to estimate the area between f(x) and the x-axis, what are the correct units for: i) The height of a rectangle? flying reindeer per year ii) The width of a rectangle? years iii) The area of a rectangle? flying reindeer b. Draw four right rectangles to estimate the area between x = 0...

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