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1.

Applying full brakes at a speed of 60 kph, the car


traveled 40 m until it stopped. Find the average skid
resistance.
Solution:
𝑣2
𝑠=
2𝑔(𝑓 + 𝐺 )
G = 0 (grade )
v = 60,000 / 3600 = 16.667 m/s
g= 9.81 m/s^2
16.6672
40 = f = 0.354
2(9.81)(𝑓)

2. A block weighing W = 500 lb rests on a ramp


inclined 11.2 deg with the horizontal. What minimum
force must be applied from sliding down the ramp?
Solution:
Get the component of W parallel along the incline.
Ans. F = 500 sin 11.2 = 97.117 lb

3. The observed interior angles of a quadrilateral and


their corresponding number of observations are as
follows:
Corner Angle Number of Observation
1 67 deg 5
2 132 6
3 96 3
4 68 4

Find the corrected angle in degrees.


Solution:
Add 67 + 132 + 96 + 68 = 363 deg
Too big by 3 deg. (Quadrilateral )
Correction Factor for Angle 3
1/3
1 1 1 1 = 0.3509
+ + +
5 6 3 4

Corrected Angle 3= 96 – 3(0.3509) =


94.9473 = 94056’50.28’’

4. Given x = 2 arc cos 2t and y = 4 arc sin 2t


Find y’
Solution:
x = 2 arc cos 2t
cos ( x/2 ) = 2t
y = 4 arc sin 2t
4(2) 8 8 𝑥
y’ = = = 𝑥 = 8csc( )
√1−(2𝑡)2 𝑥
√1−cos2(2)
sin( )
2
2

5. If a chord is selected at random from a fixed circle,


what is the probability that its length exceeds the radius
of the circle?
Solution:
Assume that radius = 1 Area of circle = π(1)2 = π
The shaded area is where the length of the chord
exceeds 1.
1/2
Area = ∫−1/2 2√1 − 𝑥 2 dx = 1.913
Required Prob = 1.913 /π = 0.609

6.

Solution:
Assume I0 =1 Then 6.9 = log I
I = 106.9 = 7943282.35 times

7.

Solution:
Since the batter caught the ball, they have the same
displacement.
8.

Solution:
X = X0ekt
½ X0 = X0 ek(28)
k = ln(0.50)/28 = -0.02475 ( Store to M )
Then X = X0eMt
10 = 60 eMt t = ln (10/60) /M = 72.38 years

9.

Solution:
3
f(8) = 28.5√8 = 57 𝑠𝑝𝑒𝑐𝑖𝑒𝑠
10.

Solution:
𝑦 = 100(2.7)−0.1(30) = 5.08 %

11.

k = ln(1/2)/1690 = -4.1 x 10-4 store to M.


Then x = 1 eMt = 1 eM(1000) = 0.6636 g
12.

E = k ( x )(y)2/ M E = weight x = width y = height


M = length
When E = 12 , x = ½ , y = 1/3 and M = 10
12 = k ( ½)(1/3)2/10 k = 2160
Then
E = 2160 x y2/M = 2160 ( 2/3)(1/2)2/16
E = 8.53 tons

13.

Solution: in one day and x miled


Cost /mile of Acme = 4 + 0.15x
Cost /mile of Interstate = 20 + 0.05x
Then 4 + 0.15 x > 20 + 0.05x
0.15 x – 0.05 x > 20 – 4
x > 16/0.1 = 160
x > 160 miles
14.

Solution:
I = I0e-2.3x
0.03I0 = e-2.3x
x = ln (0.03)/ -2.3 = 1.52 m

15.

Position of the min hand after x min = x


Position of the hr hand after x min = 15 min + x/12
x – ( 15 + x/12 ) = 15 15min = 90 deg
x = 32.727 min

16.

Let x = orig computer price


x – 0.3 x = 980
x = 1400
17.

Let x = nu of seats of 737 -300


y = nu of seats of 757 – 200
z = nu of seats of 737 – 200
Then:
x = 21 + z
y = 2z – 36
x + y + z = 437
Arrange:
x 0 - z = 21
0 y -2 = -36
1 1 1 = 437
x = 134 y = 190 and z= 113

18.

Capital Rolls = 3 + 4 + 5 + ….. 22 =


( 3 + 22)/2 (20) = 250
19.

S = rƟ
2450 = 3960 Ɵ
Ɵ = 0.6189 rad x 180/π = 35.45 deg

20.

Use Cos Law


cos c = cos a cos b + sin a sin b cos C
c = 90 deg
cos c = cos a cos b
cos 800 = cos 500 cos b
cos b = 0.27014
b = 74.33 deg
21.

The sides are 14, 10 and 18.


𝑎+𝑏+𝑐
Use 𝑥 = 2
: √𝑥(𝑥 − 𝑎)(𝑥 − 𝑏)(𝑥 − 𝑐)
with a = 14 b =10 and c = 18
Area = 69.65 cm2

22.
𝑁𝑠2 180 −1
Area of n octagon = 4
tan ( 𝑁 )
8𝑠2 180 −1
= 4
tan ( 8
)
=2s2 (2.414 )

Then: ½ ( 10 – 2x )( 10 -2x )( 4 ) + 2s2 (2.414 ) = 100


where s = √(10 − 2𝑥)2 + (10 − 2𝑥)2 = 2√10 − 2𝑥
and s2 = 4(10-2x)
2( 10-2x)2 + 4(10-2x)(2)(2.414) = 100
Then x = 3.13

23.

Soln:
A = 1/2r2Ɵ
605 = 0.5 r2 ( 50 )( π/180 )
r = 37.236 cm
24.

Solution:

12
Area = ∫5 (√169 − 𝑥 2 − 5)𝑑𝑥 = 31.01 cm2

25.

Assume h = 1 and radius = 1, then water’s depth is 2/3


r/(2/3) = 1/1 : r = 2/3
2 2 2
1/3(𝜋)( ) ( )
3 3 2 3
Ratio of Volumes = = ( ) = 8/27
1/3(𝜋)(1)2 (1) 3

26.

The equation of the hypebola with asymptotes on the


x and y axes is xy = k2
This is the same as 𝑥 ′2 − 𝑦 ′2 = 2𝑘 2
(If rotated 450 clockwise )

𝑥 ′2 𝑦 ′2
− =1
2𝑘 2 2𝑘 2
𝑥 ′2 𝑦 ′2
2 − =1
(√2𝑘) (√2𝑘 )
𝑎 = √2𝑘 and 𝑏 = √2 𝑘
2 2 2
𝑎2 + 𝑏 2 = (3√2) = (√2𝑘) + (√2𝑘)
k2 + k 2 = 9
2k2 = 9 or k2 = 9/2

Equation:
xy = 9/2 Ans.

27.

MODEL THE CONE


MODE 3 3
X Y
0 0
15 π(21)2
-15 π(21)2
𝑑𝑦
dV/dt = ( h 𝑦̂) 𝑑𝑡
𝑑𝑦
35π = (5 𝑦̂) 𝑑𝑡
35π = 153.938 dy/dt
dy/dt = 0.7143 ft/s

28.

Solution: ( 5! 4! 2! ) 3!/11! = 1/1155


29.

First Digit 9 ways


2nd Digit 10 ways
3rd Digit 10 ways
4th Digit 9 ways
Ans. 9 x 10 x 10 x 9 = 8100 ways

30.
Solution:
e = 1 (perfectly elastic )
2(4) + 2(0) = 2v1 + 2v2
and
e = relative vel after impact / rel velocity before impact
1 = (v2 – v1 ) /( 4 – 0)
then –v1 + v2 = 4 and 2v1 + 2v2 = 8
Solve: v1 = 0 and v2 = 4
A stopped. v = 0

31.
Compute g3:
𝑔1 𝐿1 + 𝑔2 𝐿2 −3.34%(600) + 1.23%(400)
𝑔3 = =
𝐿1 + 𝐿2 600 + 400
= - 0.01512

Grade Curve

El PC = 686.45 + 3.34% x 600 = 706.49


Model the line AB:
Mode 3 2
x y
0 -3.34%
600 – 1.512%
A = -0.0334 B = 3.04667 x 10-5
300
El of Pv1 A = 706.49 + ∫0 (𝐴 + 𝐵𝑥) 𝑑𝑥 = 697.84

32.

MODE 3 3
X Y
0 1,800,000
5 300,000
6 300,000

Total Deprecation after 3 years = 1,800,000 - 3𝑦̂


= 1,200,000
33.

Solution:
Annual Proceeds
2000 – 500 = 1,500
Future Value of Poceeds after 20 years:
𝐴(1+𝑖)𝑁 −1) 1,500(1.0820 −1)
𝐹= 𝑖
= 0.08
= 68,462.95
This amount is to be deposited and to last 15 years at
20%.
𝐴(1 − (1 + 𝑖)−𝑛 )
𝑃=
𝑖

𝐴(1−(1.1−20 ))
68,462.95 = 0.1
A =8,062.77 (Max amount he can
withdraw for 15 years.

34.

Solution:
𝑣2
𝑅=
127(𝑒 + 𝑓)
v is in km/hr

902
𝑅 = 127(0.12+0.4) = 122.65 𝑚
20
Then degree of curve = 122.65 = 0.163 𝑟𝑎𝑑 =
9.34 𝑑𝑒𝑔