Let θ (theta) be the angle between equal sides of an isosceles triangle and let x be the length of these sides. If x is increasing at ½ meter per hour and θ (theta) is increasing pi/90 radians per hour, find the rate of increasing of the area when x=6 and θ=pi/4.
Please show how to solve to the answer of 1/2 If f(x) = x-1/x +1 for all x not equal to -1, then f'(1) =
Water is running out of a conical funnel at the rate of 1 cubic inch per second. If the radius of the top of the funnel is 4 inches and the height is 8 inches, find the rate at which the water level is dropping when it is 2 inches from the top.
Please verify each differentiation formula and explain how. (a) d/dx[arctan u] = u'/1 + u^2 (b) d/dx[arcsec u] = u'/lul (square root of u^2 -1) (c) d/dx[arccos u] = -u'/square root of 1 - u^2 (d) d/dx[arccot u] = -u'/1- u^2 (e) d/dx[arccsc u] = -u'/lul (square root of u^2 - 1
Air is being pumped into a spherical balloon so that the radius is increasing at the rate of dr/dt = 3 inches per second. What is the rate of change of the volume of the balloon in cubic inches per second, when r = 8 inches? Hint: V = 4/3(pi)r^3
Please explain how to solve to the following problem: A buoy oscillates in simple harmonic motion y = A cos omega(t) The buoy moves a total of 3.5 feet (vertically) from its low point to its high point. It returns to its high point every 10 seconds. (a) Write an equation describing the motion of the buoy if it is at its
2 (a) If A is the area of a circle with radius r and the circle expands as time passes, find dA/dt in terms of dr/dt (b) Suppose oil spills from a ruptured tanker and spreads in a circular pattern. If the radius of the oil spill increases at a constant rate of 1m/s how fast is the area of the spill increasing when the radius
The function has a derivative everywhere and has just one critical point, . In parts (a)-(d), you are given additional conditions. In each case decide whether is a local maximum, a local minimum, or neither. Explain your reasoning. Sketch possible graphs for all four cases. a) b) c) d) Please see th
Assume that you collect P dollars from a transaction and being a mathematics wiz, you have developed formula to calculate the future value of your investment: where, r is the rate of interest and t is the time horizon. Suppose you invest your profit, P dollars, from above transaction, and invest it in a bank at 5% rate of
I am not sure how to set up this problem, I think that I have to use the exponential rule, but after that I am lost. (See attached file for full problem description with complete equations) --- The quantity q, of a certain skateboard sold depends on the selling price, p, in dollars, so, we write q = f(p). You are give
Applications of Derivatives : 10 Derivative Problems, Rate of Change, Pollution and Population Growth
1).Thermal Inversion When there is a thermal inversion layer over a city (as happens often in Los Angeles), pollutants cannot rise vertically but are trapped below the layer and must disperse horizontally. Assume that a factory smokestack begins emitting a pollutant at 8 AM. Assume that the pollutant disperses horizontally, form
Set of functions defined on [0,1] that have a continuous derivative there ( one-sided derivatives at the endpoints).
A). Let M be the set of functions defined on [0,1] that have a continuous derivative there ( one-sided derivatives at the endpoints). Let p(x,y) = max_[0,1]|x'(t) - y'(t)|. 1).Show that ( M,p) fails to be a metric space. 2). Let p(x,y) = |x(0) - y(0)| + max_[0,1]|x'(t) - y'(t)|. Is (M,p) now a metric space? Please
For this equation E= (-C/r) + D(-r/P) (Where c, D, and P are constants) Do the following procedure: 1. Differentiate E with respect to r and set the resulting expression equal to zero. 2. Solve for r0 in terms of C, D and P. Here is where I am at in the problem: I have obtained a derivative (and I'm look
I cannot use mathematical symbols. Thus, I will let * denote a partial derivative. For example, u*x means the partial derivative of u with respect to x. Moreover, I will further simplify things by letting p=u*x and q=u*y. Also, ^ denotes a power (for example, x^2 means x squared) and / denotes division. This is the problem: T
Please see attached problem using quotient and composite rule.
See the attached files. C(q) = 0.000002q^3 - o.o117q^2 + 84.446q + 23879 R(q) = -0.00003 * q^3 +0.0495q^2 + 118.02q P(q) = -0.000032q^3 + 0.0612q^2 + 33.554q - 23879 Use the Cost, Revenue, and Profit functions to find. a) C`(q) b) R`(q) c) P`(q) Do these equations predict the quantity needed to maximize profit, and th
Question 1 A bucket-shaped container has a circular base of radius 10 cm, and its slant height is 30 cm. the radius of the open circular top of the container is 10x cm. the curved surface of the container is modeled by part of a cone, as shown below. Please see attached.
14 Derivative Problems : Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule, First and Second Derivative and Finding Maximum or Minimum
Rules and Applications of the Derivative -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Use the Product Rule to find the derivatives of the following functions: a. f(X) = (1- X^2)*(1+100X) b. f(X) = (5X + X^-1)*(3X + X^2) c. f(X) = (X^.5)*(1-X) d. f(X) = (X^3 + X^4)*(30
A. Write a function for your profits for each price you charge. This is done by multiplying (P-.5) times your function (y= -100x + 250). I.e. if your function is Cups Sold = 1000 - 100P, your profit function would be (P - .5)*(1000 - 100P). B. Calculate the first derivative of your profit function, and create another table
Data: regression equation: y= -100x + 250 regression coefficient: r= -1 X Y Predicted value 0.25 225 225 0.5 200 200 0.75 175 175 1 150 150 1.25 125 125 1.5 100 100 1.75 75 75 2 50 50 2.25 25 25 2.5
1. Give the definition of limit in three forms: ε?δ , graphical, and in your own words. 2. Define the derivative. List what you consider to be the five most useful rules concerning derivatives. 3. Give an argument for the product rule. 4. What is the tangent line approximation to a function? 5. What is the Taylor p
See the attached file. 71. The local game commission decides to stock a lake with bass. To do this 200 bass are introduced into the lake. The population of the bass is approximated by P(t) = 20 (10 + 7t)/(1 + 0.02 t) where t is time in months. Compute P(t) and P'(t) and interpret each. 57. The monthly sales of a new compute
If it costs Acme Manufacturing C dollars per hour to operate its golf ball division, and an analyst has determined that C is related to the number of golf balls produced per hour, x, by the equation C = 0.009x squared - 1.8x + 100. What number of balls per hour should Acme produce to minimize the cost per hour of manufacturing t
Find 3rd derivative f(x)= 3/16x^2 Find the indicated value f(x)= 9-x^2 value f''(-sq rt 5) Find f'''(x) f''(x)=2x-2/x Find the second derivative and solve the equationf''(x)=0 f(x)=x/x^2+1 The velocity of an object in meters per second is v(t)=36-t, 0<t<6 Find the velocity and acceleration of the
A container with a rectangular base, rectangular sides and no top is to have a volume of 2 subic meters. The width of the base is to be 1 meter. When cut to size, material costs $20 per square meter for the base and $15 per square meter for the sides. What is the cost of the least expensive container?
1. Differentiate from first principles( for x radians): a) sin x b) cos x 2. Products and quotients For a function, f(x), which can be expressed as a product or quotient of other functions, u(x) and v(x), there exist a) the product rule, f(x) = u(x) ? v(x),
The weekly demand and cost functions for a product are p= 1.89 - 0.0083x and c= 21+ 0.65x write the profit function for this product. find the marginal cost of the function. C= 475 + 5.25x^2/3 find the marginal revenue function. R= x(5+ 10/ sqrt(x) Find the marginal profit function. P= 1/1
Show that the composite function G (z) = g (2z - 2 + i) is analytic in the half plane x > 1, with derivative .... see attachment
Consider a Lagrangian system, with configuration space R^n, given by (x^1, ... x^n); and Lagrangian L(x', ..., x^n; v^1, ... v^n). Now consider a new system of coordinates, (y^1,... ^n), for this same system, so the y's are functions of the x's; and, inverting, the x's are also functions of the y's. Find the Lagrangian in the y-
41) Suppose that the average yearly cost per item for producing x items of a business product is C(x)=10+(100/x) . if the current production is x=10 and production is increasing at a rate of 2 items per year, find the rate of change of the average cost. 45) Suppose a 6ft tall person is 12 ft away from a 18-ft tall lamppost. i