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MIDTERM EXAMINATION

Fall 2009

MTH301- Calculus II

i. Let x

be any point on co-ordinate line. What does the inequality -3 < x < 1 means?

a. ► The set of all integers between -3 and 1

b. ► The set of all natural numbers between -3 and 1.

c. ► The set of all rational numbers between -3 and 1

d. ► The set of all real numbers between -3 and 1

►An integer

Which of the following set is the union of set of all rational and irrational numbers?

►Set of integers

►Empty set.

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π is

an example of -----------

►Irrational numbers

►Rational numbers

►Integers

►Natural numbers

------

-------------- planes intersect at right angle to form three dimensional space.

► Three

► Four

► Eight

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► Twelve

At

each point of domain, the function ----------------

► Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

Is defined

► Is continuous

► Is infinite

► Has a limit

What is the general equation of parabola whose axis of symmetry is parallel to y-axis?

► y = ax + b (a ≠ 0)

2

► x = ay + b ( a ≠ 0)

2

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► y = ax + bx + c ( a ≠ 0)

2

► x = ay + by + c ( a ≠ 0)

2

The

⎛ π ⎞

⎜ 2, , 0 ⎟

⎝ 4 ⎠

spherical co-ordinates

( ρ , θ , φ ) , of a point are . What are the rectangular co-ordinates of this

point?

( 0, 0, 2 )

►

( 2, 0, 0 )

►

( 0, 0, 2 )

►

( 2, 0, 2 )

►

Let

f ( x, y ) = y 2 x 4 e x + 2

.

∂5 f

∂y 3 ∂x 2

Which method is best suited for evaluation of ?

► Chain Rule

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► Laplacian Method

f ( x, y ) = x 3e xy

Suppose . Which one of the following is correct?

∂f

= 3 x 2 e xy + x 3 ye xy

► ∂x

∂f

= 3 x 2 e xy + x 4 e xy

► ∂x

∂f

= 3 x 2 e xy

► ∂x

∂f

= 3 x 2 ye xy

► ∂x

f ( x, y ) = x 3e xy

Suppose . Which one of the statements is correct?

∂f

= 3 x 3e xy

► ∂y

∂f

= x 3e xy

► ∂y

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∂f

= x 4 e xy

► ∂y

∂f

= x 3 ye xy

► ∂y

f ( x, y ) = 2 xy where x = t 2 + 1 and y = 3 − t

Suppose . Which one of the following is true?

df

= 6t − 4t 2 − 2

dt

►

df

= 6t − 2

dt

►

df

= 4t 3 + 6t − 6

dt

►

df

= −6t 2 + 12t − 2

dt

►

Let

i , j and k be unit vectors in the direction of x-axis, y-axis and z-axis respectively. Suppose that

→

→

a = 2i + 5 j − k a?

. What is the magnitude of vector

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►6

► 30

30

►

28

►

Is

f ( x, y )

the function continuous at origin? If not, why?

xy

f ( x, y ) =

x + y2

2

f ( x, y )

► is continuous at origin

lim f ( x, y )

( x , y ) →(0, 0)

lim f ( x, y )

( x , y ) →(0, 0)

f (0, 0)

► is defined and exists but these two numbers are not equal.

Let

R be a closed region in two dimensional space. What does the double integral over R calculates?

► Area of R.

► None of these

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What is the relation between the direction of gradient at any point on the surface to the tangent plane at

that point ?

► parallel

► perpendicular

► opposite direction

Two

surfaces are said to intersect orthogonally if their normals at every point common to them are ----------

► perpendicular

► parallel

► in opposite direction

Let

the function

f ( x, y ) has continuous second-order partial derivatives

(f xx , f yy and f xy )

in some

( x0 , y0 ) and let D = f xx ( x0 , y0 ) f yy ( x0 , y0 ) − f xy ( x0 , y0 )

2

circle centered at a critical point

If D>0 and

f xx ( x0 , y0 ) < 0 then

f has ---------------

► Relative maximum at

( x0 , y0 )

► Relative minimum at

( x0 , y0 )

► Saddle point at

( x0 , y0 )

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Which of the following are direction ratios for the line joining the points (1, 3, 5) and (2, − 1, 4) ?

► 3, 2 and 9

► 1, -4 and -1

► 2, -3 and 20

If

R = R1 ∪ R2 R1 R2

, where and are no overlapping regions then

R1 R2

∫∫

R

f (x, y)dA

R1 R2

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∫∫

R

f (x, y)dV

R1 R2

∫∫ R

(4 xe 2 y )dA =

1 4

∫ ∫

0 2

(4 xe 2 y )dydx

1 4

∫ ∫

0 2

(4 xe 2 y )dxdy

4 2

∫ ∫

1 0

(4 xe 2 y )dxdy

4 2

∫ ∫

1 0

(4 xe 2 y )dydx

Note: Solve these papers by yourself

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∫∫ R

(1 − ye xy )dA =

2 3

∫ ∫

0 0

(1 − ye xy )dydx

2 3

∫ ∫

0 0

(1 − ye xy )dxdy

3 0

∫ ∫

2 0

(1 − ye xy )dxdy

2 3

∫ ∫

0 2

(4 xe 2 y )dydx

y = x2

Which of the following is geometrical representation of the equation , in three dimensional space?

► Parabola

► Straight line

► Half cylinder

► Cone

Note: Solve these papers by yourself

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⎛ π π⎞

⎜ 3, , ⎟

⎝ 3 2⎠

Consider the point in spherical coordinate system. Find the rectangular coordinatesof this

point.

f ( x, y ) = 4 xy − x 4 − y 4

Consider a function .One of its critical point is (1, 1) . Find whether (1, 1) is

f ( x, y )

relative maxima, relative minima or saddle point of .

Find

f ( x, y ) = x y − 4 y

2 3

(2, 1)

Directional derivative of the function, , at the point in the direction of vector,

→ 3 1

u= i+ j

2 2

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