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MTH301 Calculus II Online Quiz No 03 Spring 2013 Date: 09 May to 13 May 2013

MTH301 Calculus II Online Quiz No 03 Spring 2013 Date: 09 May to 13 May 2013

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Please all students related this subject Share your online Quizzes here to help each other.thanks

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Quiz no 3

 

 

Question # 8 of 8 ( Start time: 08:30:38 PM )

For which of the following values of “x”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists? Select correct option:

  1. R
  2. R-{1}
  3. R-{0}
  4. R-{1,0}

 

Question # 7 of 8 ( Start time: 08:30:20 PM )

If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is zero, then tangent plane at that point will be--------to XY-plane.

 

Select correct option:

 

  1. Parallel
  2. Perpendicular

 

Question # 6 of 8 ( Start time: 08:26:58 PM )

If “y=Sinx” and “x=e^t” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) = --------.

 

Select correct option:

  1. xSin(e^t)
  2. xCos(e^t)
  3. Sin(e^t)
  4. Cos(e^t)

 

Question # 5 of 8 ( Start time: 08:26:20 PM )

For which of the following values of “y”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists?

Select correct option:

  1. R
  2. R-{1}
  3. R-{0}
  4. R-{1,0}

 

Question # 4 of 8 ( Start time: 08:23:37 PM )

If “y=f(x)” and “x=g(t)” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) =---------.

Select correct option:

  1. (dy/dx)+(dx/dt)
  2. (dy/dx)-(dx/dt)
  3. (dy/dx).(dx/dt)
  4. (dy/dx)/(dx/dt)

 

Question # 3 of 8 ( Start time: 08:22:46 PM )

If “y=x+t”, “x=e^u” and “t=Sinu”, then by Chain’s rule, (dy/du) = ---------.

 

Select correct option:

  1. e^u +Cosu
  2. e^u -Cosu
  3. -e^u +Cosu
  4. -e^u–Cosu

Question # 2 of 8 ( Start time: 08:21:53 PM )

If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is Infinity, then tangent plane at that point will be--------to XY-plane.

Select correct option:

 

  1. Parallel

 

  1. Perpendicular

 

Question # 1 of 8 ( Start time: 08:21:09 PM )

If “y=Sint” and “t=e^(xu)” then which of the following is partial derivative of ‘y’ w.r.t ‘u’?

Select correct option:

  1. utCost
  2. -utCost
  3. -xtCost
  4. xtCost

 

 

 

sweet doll Gud keep it up & thanks for sharing ur quiz to help other students 

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i have also same to same this quiz...just 1 ques change

In space, the intersection of “z= Sinxy” and “x=b” gives a/an --------.

a Cosine curve

a Sine curve

straight line

another surface

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Attachments:

Question # 8 of 8 ( Start time: 08:30:38 PM )

For which of the following values of “x”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists? Select correct option:

  1. R
  2. R-{1}
  3. R-{0}
  4. R-{1,0}

 

Question # 7 of 8 ( Start time: 08:30:20 PM )

If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is zero, then tangent plane at that point will be--------to XY-plane.

 

Select correct option:

 

  1. Parallel
  2. Perpendicular

 

Question # 6 of 8 ( Start time: 08:26:58 PM )

If “y=Sinx” and “x=e^t” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) = --------.

 

Select correct option:

  1. xSin(e^t)
  2. xCos(e^t)
  3. Sin(e^t)
  4. Cos(e^t)

 

Question # 5 of 8 ( Start time: 08:26:20 PM )

For which of the following values of “y”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists?

Select correct option:

  1. R
  2. R-{1}
  3. R-{0}
  4. R-{1,0}

 

Question # 4 of 8 ( Start time: 08:23:37 PM )

If “y=f(x)” and “x=g(t)” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) =---------.

Select correct option:

  1. (dy/dx)+(dx/dt)
  2. (dy/dx)-(dx/dt)
  3. (dy/dx).(dx/dt)
  4. (dy/dx)/(dx/dt)

 

Question # 3 of 8 ( Start time: 08:22:46 PM )

If “y=x+t”, “x=e^u” and “t=Sinu”, then by Chain’s rule, (dy/du) = ---------.

 

Select correct option:

  1. e^u +Cosu
  2. e^u -Cosu
  3. -e^u +Cosu
  4. -e^u–Cosu

Question # 2 of 8 ( Start time: 08:21:53 PM )

If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is Infinity, then tangent plane at that point will be--------to XY-plane.

Select correct option:

1. Parallel

2. Perpendicular

 

Question # 1 of 8 ( Start time: 08:21:09 PM )

If “y=Sint” and “t=e^(xu)” then which of the following is partial derivative of ‘y’ w.r.t ‘u’?

Select correct option:

  1. 1.           utCost
  2. -utCost
  3. -xtCost
  4. xtCost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1) The first order partial derivative of “z=(1/Sinxy)” is continuous-----------.

only at (0,0)

 somewhere

 nowhere

everywhere

2)  The function “z=f(x,y)” represents a surface in/on--------.

Plane

space

line

vector space in plane

 

3)  The mixed 2nd order partial derivatives of “z=xy” is equal to -------.

 x^2

y^2

xy

1

xy

 

4) For which of the following values of “y”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists?

R

R-{1}

R-{0}

R-{1,0}

 

5)   If “y=Sint” and “t=e^(xu)” then which of the following is partial derivative of ‘y’ w.r.t ‘x’?

xtCost

-xtCost

utCost

-utCost

6)  In space, the intersection of “z= Sinxy” and “x=b” gives a/an --------.

a Cosine curve

a Sine curve

straight line

another surface

7) The first order partial derivative of “z=Cos(x+y)” vanishes whenever (x+y) is ------------.

zero

equal to integral multiple of ‘pi’

equal to integral multiple of ‘pi/2’

infinty

8 ) If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is Infinity, then tangent plane at that point will be perpendicular to--------.

 

XY-plane

YZ-plane

XZ-plane

Any arbitrary plane

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 1.      If “y=Sinx” and “x=e^t” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) = --------.

 

xSin(e^t)

xCos(e^t)

Sin(e^t)

Cos(e^t)

 

  1. 2.      The first order partial derivative of “z=Sinxy” is continuous-----------.

 

only at (0,0)

somewhere

 

  1. 3.      The first order partial derivative of “z=Sin(x+y)” vanishes whenever (x+y) is ------------.

zero

pi/2

equal to integral multiple of ‘pi’

 

  1. 4.      If the partial derivative (w.r.t ‘x’ or ‘y’) at any point on the surface: “z=f(x,y)” is Infinity, then tangent plane at that point will be perpendicular to--------.

 

XY-plane

YZ-plane

xy plane

XZ-plane

 

  1. 5.      If “y=f(x)” and “x=g(t)” , then by Chain rule, (dy/dt) =---------.

 

(dy/dx)+(dx/dt)

(dy/dx)-(dx/dt)

(dy/dx).(dx/dt)

 

  1. 6.      For which of the following values of “x”, the partial derivative of “z=2/y(x-1)” exists?

R

R-{1}

R-{0}

R{1,0}

 

  1. 7.      In space, the intersection of “z= Sinxy” and “y=a” gives a/an --------.

 

Plane

straight line

 

 

  1. 8.      Which of the following function satisfy the Laplace Equation?

 

z = Sinxy

z = Cosxy

z = xy

z = Tanxy

 

 

 

 aliraza gud keep it up & thanks for sharing 

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