# NES Math: Applications of Derivatives Chapter Exam

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#### Question 1 1. You are standing on a building 50m tall with a ball. You throw it up into the air at a velocity of 5 meters per second. It is accelerating downward at -9.8 meters per second squared. Which of the following equations describes the height of the ball as a function of time, t?

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Question 2
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You are designing a cylindrical package. You can spend $4 on packaging, which costs $0.10 per square cm. You would like to determine the maximum volume that you can contain in a cylinder that costs less than $4.

What is the equation for the volume as a function of only the cylinder radius?

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Question 3
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You are designing a cylindrical package. You can spend $4 on packaging, which costs $0.10 square cm. You would like to determine the maximum volume that you can contain in a cylinder that costs less than $4.

What are the equations for the surface area and volume of this cylinder?

#### Question 4 4. You have 100 ft of fencing to use to enclose part of a yard. You first choose to enclose the yard with a rectangular pen 'w' feet in width and 'd' feet in depth. As a function of 'w', what is the equation for the area that you can enclose using 100 ft of fence?

#### Question 5 5. A farmer has 2400ft of fencing and wants to fence off a rectangular field that borders a straight river. He doesn't need fencing along the river. What are the dimensions of the field that has the largest area?

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#### Question 6 6. You are standing on a building on Mars with a ball, and you have decided that the appropriate equation of motion for the height of the ball as a function of time (t) is below. Which graph represents this equation?

#### Question 7 7. You are standing on a building on Jupiter with a ball, and you have decided that the appropriate equation of motion for the height of the ball in miles as a function of (t) is shown below on the graph. What is the highest that the ball gets?

#### Question 8 8. Which of the following is NOT a step that is required in order to solve optimization problems?

#### Question 9 9. What is the maximum area that you can enclose in a rectangular pen that is three times as wide as it is deep and has a perimeter 100 feet?

#### Question 10 10. What is the maximum area that you can enclose in a rectangular pen with 150 feet of fencing?

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Question 11
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You are designing a cylindrical package. You can spend $4 on packaging, which costs $0.10 per square cm. You would like to determine the maximum volume that you can contain in a cylinder that costs less than $4.

What is the radius of the cylinder with the maximum volume?

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Question 12
12.
You are designing a cylindrical package. You can spend $4 on packaging, which costs $0.10 per square cm. You would like to determine the maximum volume that you can contain in a cylinder that costs less than $4.

What is the maximum volume you can obtain in a cylinder that costs $4?

#### Question 13 13. You have 150 ft of fencing to use to enclose part of a yard. You choose to enclose the yard with a rectangular pen 'w' feet in width and 'd' feet in depth. As a function of 'w' and 'd', what is the equation for the perimeter of the rectangle?

#### Question 14 14. You can enclose a rectangular yard with a fence. The length of the longest side of the fence is going to be 2 times the length of the shortest side of the fence. Write the equation for the perimeter of the fence.

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Question 15
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You are designing a cylindrical package. You can spend $4 on packaging, which costs $0.10 per square cm. You would like to determine the maximum volume that you can contain in a cylinder that costs less than $4.

What is the derivative of the equation for volume with respect to the cylinder radius?

#### NES Math: Applications of Derivatives Chapter Exam Instructions

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