### All AP Calculus AB Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

Differentiate

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**Correct answer:**

We see the answer is after we simplify and use the quotient rule.

we could use the quotient rule immediatly but it is easier if we simplify first.

### Example Question #1 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

Find

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**Correct answer:**

When taking limits to infinity, we usually only consider the highest exponents. In this case, the numerator has and the denominator has . Therefore, by cancellation, it becomes as approaches infinity. So the answer is .

### Example Question #6 : Calculus 3

Evaluate:

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cannot be determined

**Correct answer:**

First, we can write out the first few terms of the sequence , where ranges from 1 to 3.

Notice that each term , is found by multiplying the previous term by . Therefore, this sequence is a geometric sequence with a common ratio of . We can find the sum of the terms in an infinite geometric sequence, provided that , where is the common ratio between the terms. Because in this problem, is indeed less than 1. Therefore, we can use the following formula to find the sum, , of an infinite geometric series.

The answer is .

### Example Question #2 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

If then find .

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is 1.

### Example Question #1 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

Find the equation of the tangent line at on graph

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is

(This is the slope. Now use the point-slope formula)

### Example Question #5 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

Find the equation of the tangent line at (1,1) in

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is

(This is the slope. Now use the point-slope formula.)

### Example Question #6 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

If then

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is .

We know that

so,

### Example Question #11 : Integrals

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does not exist

1

1/2

1/4

2

**Correct answer:**

2

When we let x = 0 in our original limit, we obtain the 0/0 indeterminate form. Therefore, we can apply L'Hospital's Rule, which requires that we take the derivative of the numerator and denominator separately.

Apply the Chain Rule in the numerator and the Product Rule in the denominator.

If we again substitute x = 0, we still obtain the 0/0 indeterminate form. Thus, we can apply L'Hospital's Rule one more time.

If we now let x = 0, we can evaluate the limit.

The answer is 2.

### Example Question #11 : Integrals

Differentiate

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is

We simply differentiate by parts, remembering our trig rules.

### Example Question #12 : Numerical Approximations To Definite Integrals

If then find .

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**Correct answer:**

The answer is 10.

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