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Chapter 4 Review

Evaluate the integral:

(3x2 - 2x + 5) dx.

Evaluate the integral:

x3 - x2
dx.

x2

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3.

Find the function, y = (x), if (x) = 2x - 1 and (1) = 3.

4.

Use a(t) = -32 feet per second squared as the acceleration due to
gravity. An object is thrown vertically downward from the top of a 480foot building with an initial velocity of 64 ft/s. With what velocity
does the object hit the ground?

5.
Evaluate the integral:

ax2 + bx3
dx.

6.

Use a graphing utility to graph (x) = x4 - 6x3 + 11x2 - 6x. Then use
the upper sums to approximate the area of the region in the first
quadrant bounded by and the x-axis using four subintervals. (Round
your answer to three decimal places.)

7.

Write the definite integral that represents the area of the region
enclosed by y = 4x - x2 and the x axis.

8.

Sketch the region whose area is indicated by the integral:


3

9 - x2 dx.
0

9.

5
Determine if (x) = is integrable on [0, 2].
2x - 3
for your answer.

Give a reason

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5
If (x)dx = 5 and (x)dx = , find:
2
4

a.

5
(x)dx
5

b.

4
(x)dx
5

c.

4
(x)dx
2

Evaluate:

/3

sec2 x dx.
/4

Evaluate:

3
x - 2 dx.
0

11.

12.

13.


Find the average value of (x) = sin x on the interval , .
4 2

14.
Evaluate:

d x
(2t2 + 5)2 dt.
dx 3

15.
Evaluate the integral:

3/4

(-csc2 t) dt.
/4

16. Use a graphing utility to graph (x) = cos x - sin x on the interval
[0, ]. Calculate the area in the first quadrant bounded by the
x-axis and .
17.

x
1
Consider F(x) = dt.
2 1 + t4

Find F(x) and F(2).

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19.

20.

1
Consider F(x) = 1 + t2 dt.
x

Find F(x).

2
x

3
Consider F(x) =
t + t dt.
1

Find F(x).

Find the value of c guaranteed by the Mean Value Theorem for


4
Integrals for (x) = on the interval [1, 4].
x2

Evaluate the integral:

1
x1 - x2 dx.
0

Evaluate the integral:

1
xx2 + 1 dx.
0

21.

22.

Find the indefinite integral:


12
x - dx.

x

Find the indefinite integral:

x
dx.

x - 1

23.

24.

Evaluate the integral:

sec2 x
dx.

tan x

Evaluate the integral:

cos x
dx.

25.

26.

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27.

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Consider the integral, x(4x2 - 3)19 dx. Determine new upper and
2
lower limits of integration using the substitution u = 4x2 - 3.

28.
Evaluate the definite integral:

0
1

dx.

-8 1 - x

29. Use the Trapezoidal Rule, with n = 4, to approximate the area of the
region bounded by the graphs of y = sin x and y = 0 on the interval
[0, ].
30.

Let (x) = (x - 1)2.


a. Sketch a graph of (x).
b. Divide the interval [1, 3] into four equal subintervals and label
the markings on the x-axis.
c. Evaluate at each of the values found in part b.
3
d. Use the Trapezoidal Rule to approximate (x - 1)2 dx.
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x3 - x2 + 5x + C
x2
- x + C
2
y = x2 - x + 3
-186.6 ft/s
2a
2b
5/2
x
+ x7/2 + C
5
7
0.486
4
(4x - x2) dx
0
See graph below.

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No, because (x) is not continuous at x = .
2
a. 0
b. -
c. 5 -

3 - 1
5

22

(2x2 + 5)2
-2

2 - 1 0.414
1
1
F(x) = , F(2) =
1 + x4
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-1 + x2
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x3 + x(2x)
2
1

3
1
[23/2 - 1]
3
x3
1
- 2x - + C
3
x
2
x - 1(x + 2) + C
3

2tan x + C

2 sin x + C
Upper, 97; lower, 5
4

1 + 2 1.896
4

See graph below.