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Final Examination April 14, 2012.

MATH1014
Name:
Surname:
Student Number:
Circle your instructors name: Moghadas Steprans Taylor
Question Mark Obtained
1 (a) (b) (c) (d)
2 (a) (b) (c) (d)
3
4
5
6
7 (a) (b) (c)
8 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
9 (a) (b)
Total Mark
Attempt all questions. You are allowed to use non-programmable calculators and refer to notes you
have prepared on a single sheet of 8.5 by 11 inch paper. Use the blank pages provided for rough work,
but show all relevant reasoning in the space provided. The time allowed for completion is 180 minutes.
Total marks: 138
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Final Examination April 14, 2012.
MATH1014
(1) Determine whether each innite series is absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent or
divergent. Explain your reasoning in each case by appealing to a relevant fact about innite
series.
(a)

n=1
(1)
n
n

n + (1)
n
6 marks
(b)

n=2
10
(1)
n
n
2
2
n
6 marks
(c)

n=1
n
2
+ 2
n
n
3
+ 3
n
6 marks
(d)

n=1
(1)
n
sin(1/n) 6 marks
(2) Let the function F(x) be dened by F(x) =

n=1
x
2n
n
2
if this series converges.
(a) Ignoring endpoints, what is the interval on which F is dened? 7 marks
(b) Is F dened at the left endpoint of this interval? 5 marks
(c) Is F dened at the right endpoint of this interval? 5 marks
(d) Express the indenite integral of F as a power series. 5 marks
(3) Let r() = e

be the polar coordinate representation of a curve in the plane with 0 2.


Find a point at which the tangent to this curve is vertical in other words, it is parallel to the
y-axis assuming the angle is set to be zero at the x-axis. 8 marks
(4) Graph the following functions in polar coordinates. Your graph need only show the key features
without being numerically accurate.
(a) r() = 2/ sin() for /4 < < 3/4. 3 marks
(b) r() = sin
2
() for 0 < < 2. 3 marks
(5) Find the volume obtained by rotating the region between y = x
2
+ 4 and y = 2 about xaxis
for 1 x 3. 15 marks
x
y
2
4 y x
2 y
1 3
. . . . . .
(6) A tank with dimensions in the following Figure is lled with water to the height of 1/2 meter.
Calculate the work performed (against gravity, g = 9.8m/sec
2
) in pumping out all the water
through the top. The density of water is 1000 Kg/m
3
, and dimensions are in meters. 15 marks
2r
1
1
2
(7) Find the following integrals.
a)

x tan
1
(x)dx 6 marks
b)


ln x +
1

1 + x
2

dx 6 marks
c)


0
dx
x

1 + (ln x)
2
6 marks
(8) The logistic equation for the spread of an incurable disease in an isolated, xed population can
be written as,
(1)
dI
dt
=
kI(M I)
M
where I represents the number infected and M (which remains constant) is the total population.
The parameter k is a proportional rate of spread of the disease if I is small and M is large.
(a) Briey explain the hypotheses used in formulating the equation. 4 marks
. . .
(b) Solve the Dierential Equation (1) showing the reasoning behind your solution.. Hint:
Partial fractions may help. 5 marks
(c) If 10% of the population is infected at time t = 0 and k = 0.1, what fraction of the
population would be infected after 10 days. 4 marks
(d) How long will it take for 95% of the population to become infected? 4 marks
(e) What is the solution to Equation (1) for a xed value of t in the limit as M . 3 marks
(9) (a) Sketch the curve dened by y
2
= 4 (x 2)
2
. 4 marks
(b) For the curve in Question (9a) nd the curve length in the segment from (0, 0) to (2, 2)
with y > 0. 6 marks
This page can be used for rough work.
This page can be used for rough work.
This page can be used for rough work.