### All Calculus 1 Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #381 : Equations

Find the general solution to the following differential equation:

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**Correct answer:**

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### Example Question #382 : Equations

Find .

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**Correct answer:**

To find first find .

Since,

then,

.

We have to use the chain rule and power rule to solve this problem:

Chain Rule:

Power Rule:

Therefore,

### Example Question #383 : Equations

Solve for at .

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**Correct answer:**

To solve this problem, we must first find f'(t) by deriving the original equation.

In this case, we just need to use the power rule which states,

.

We can then derive f'(t), again using just the power rule which states .

When we plug 4 into this final function, we arrive at the answer:

### Example Question #1431 : Functions

Finding where the first derivative is positive tells us what about an equation?

**Possible Answers:**

Where the function is decreasing.

Where the function is concave up.

Where the function is concave down.

Where the function is increasing.

**Correct answer:**

Where the function is increasing.

Taking the first derivative gives us the function for the slope for our entire equation. Thus, finding where the slope is positive tells us where the function is increasing.

### Example Question #132 : How To Find Solutions To Differential Equations

Find the general solution to the following differential equation:

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**Correct answer:**

To find the general solution for the separable differential equation, we must move x and dx, y and dy to the same sides:

Next, we integrate both sides:

The integrals were found using the following rules:

,

To solve for y, we must exponentiate both sides of the equation:

### Example Question #383 : Equations

Find the general solution for the following differential equation:

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**Correct answer:**

To solve the separable differential equation, we must move x and dx, y and dy to their respective sides, and integrate both sides:

The integrations were performed using the following rules:

The equation then becomes

Note that we combine all constants of integration to a single C.

Now, we solve for y by taking the natural logarithm of both sides of the equation:

Simplifying, we get

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### Example Question #391 : Equations

Find the solution to the following differential equation:

Assume is a function of

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**Correct answer:**

Using integrating factors:

Once we use this integrating factor, we can reduce the equation to:

Integrating both sides:

### Example Question #392 : Equations

Determine which of the following are NOT solutions to the differential equation:

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**Correct answer:**

Since you may or may not know how to solve order Differential equations, you can always plug in the answers and see if it is correct.

Let's start with :

If you try all the other function, they will solve the differential equation.

### Example Question #393 : Equations

In circuits with a resistor, the equation for voltage drop is given by:

, where is voltage, is charge, and is resistance.

Given that , and , determine the voltage difference from at

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**Correct answer:**

This involves solving a differential equation for .

Firstly, we determine the value of :

At

This means our equation is now:

To determine the difference of from , we take the definite integral:

### Example Question #394 : Equations

Find the derivative of the function

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**Correct answer:**

The derivative of the trigonometric function is .

Therefore, the correct answer is

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