MTH 151 Midterm: MTH151 Term Test 2 2009 Fall

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Exam 2 - Math 151
Oct 30, 2009
R. Ketchersid
1. [10pts] The following is a graph of f0(x)for some function f(x)which is continuous on R. Some points
which lie on the graph of f(x)are indicated.
Fill out the sign diagrams for f(x),f0(x), and f00 (x). (Indicate the domains correctly.)
Sketch the graph of f(x).
Indicate the points of inflection by drawing a circle around them.
Indicate the local extrema by drawing a box around them.
Make your sign diagrams line up with the graph, if it does not, then I will not give you credit. I want this
part to be neat and easy to grade.
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f0
f00
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2. [10pts] Consider the function
f(x) = xln(x)
(a) Find f0(x)and f00 (x)and simplify enough to find their roots.
(b) Complete the sign diagrams for f(x),f0(x), and f00 (x). (Make sure they line up.)
(c) At what values of xdoes f(x)have a local min/max?
(d) At what values of xdoes a point of inflection occur?
(e) What is limx0+f(x)?
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