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Applications of Differential Calculus Exercise

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Applications of Differential Calculus Exercise

Application of Differential Calculus

    A-Level Pure Mathematics

    Chapter 5 Application of Differential Calculus

     (L’Hospital’s Rule) Exercise 5A

    Date : Name : ________________

    xsinx1. Evaluate lim3x0x

2. Evaluate the following limits:

    2xsinnxsin1cosx (a) (b) (c) lim limlim2x0x0x0xsinxx

3. Evaluate the following limits:

    2sinxsecx1sinx (a) (b) (c) limxlimlim22;xx00x0xx

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Application of Differential Calculus

    4. Evaluate the following limits:

    111sinxxtanx??lim (a) (b) (c) limlim?3x0x0xtanxcosxxx?2

    5. Evaluate the following limits:

    x1tanxx2??xx (a) lim (b) (c) lim(e;x)limcos?2;;x0xx0xxsinx?

    1111121Ans: 1. 2. , , 3. 1, , 1 4. 0, 0, 5. , , ne062233

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Application of Differential Calculus

    A-Level Pure Mathematics

    Chapter 5 Application of Differential Calculus

    (L’Hospital’s Rule) Exercise 5B

    Date : Name : ________________ 1 Evaluate the following limits:

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    xlnx (a) (b) lim[ln(x;e)]lim(sinx);x0x0

2. Evaluate:

    1x (a) (b) limlim(secxtanx)5x11xx2

     [HKAL 1994]

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    Application of Differential Calculus 3. Evaluate:

    1xxx??3;2e1sinxe? (a) (b) limlim2?0x0x5x?

     [HKAL 1998]

    1351e5Ans: 1. , 2. , 3. , e0ee22

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Application of Differential Calculus

    A-Level Pure Mathematics

    Chapter 5 Application of Differential Calculus

     (Monotonic Functions) Exercise 5C

    Date : Name : ________________

    3x is strictly increasing for . 1. Show that the function ()tan0xfxxx32

    12. Show that the function is strictly increasing for . f(x);2x3x1x

    2x3. Determine the interval for which the function f(x) is increasing. 21;x

    4. Determine the interval in [0,2] for which the function f(x)x;2sinx is decreasing.

    24Ans: 3. [1, 1] 4. . [,]33

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Application of Differential Calculus

    A-Level Pure Mathematics

    Chapter 5 Application of Differential Calculus

    (Monotonic Functions) Exercise 5D

    Date : Name : ________________

    x11. Prove for . tanxxx021;x

    32xx0ln(1)2. Prove that for x0;x212;x

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    Application of Differential Calculus

    lnx3. Let . f(x)x

     (a) Show that is strictly increasing on the interval . f(x)(0,e)

     (b) Hence, show that if , 0ab(e

    ba ab

4. Let . f(x)ln(1;x)x

     By finding the greatest value of , prove that . f(x)ln(1;x)(x

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    Application of Differential Calculus

     5. (a) Show that for 0x1,

     (i) ln(1;x)x

     (ii) ln(1x)x

     (b) Let be a positive integer greater than . Deduce from (a) that 1n

    1 ln(n;1)lnnlnnln(n1)n

     Hence show that

    3n;11113n ln();;;;ln()nnn;13nn1

     (c) Use the above results to evaluate the limit

    111??lim; (Ans:) ;;;ln3?nnn13n;?

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Application of Differential Calculus

    A-Level Pure Mathematics

    Chapter 5 Application of Differential Calculus

     (Maxima and Minima) Exercise 5E

    Date : Name : ________________

    22x2(1x)1. Find the maximum or minimum points of and . yy'2221;x(1;x)

     xxxxxx

     f'(x)

     f(x)

     Maximum point =

    Minimum point =

    32. Find the maximum or minimum points of . yx(x1)

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    33. Find the maximum or minimum points of . y3(x4)2

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Application of Differential Calculus

    2x(ln)4. Find the maximum or minimum points of . yx

    5. Find the maximum or minimum points of yx(x4)

    333Ans: 1. Max. pt () Min. pt () 2. Min. pt () 1,11,1,248

    22 3. Min. pt () 4. Max. pt () Min. pt () 4,2e,4e1,0

     5. Min. pt ( 0, 0 )

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