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AP Calculus Unit 4 Multiple Choice Questions.Β Facts about the test: The AP Calculus exam has two sections of multiple choice: 30 questions in 60 minutes with no calculator, and 15 questions in 45 minutes with a calculator. *The following questions were not written by CollegeBoard and although they cover information outlined in theΒ

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**B is correct because remember the units are represented by dy/dx or f(x)/x. To represent the units you will need to place the t units/m units.**

2.

**C is correct because to accurately represent the units, make sure to determine if the initial value is already a rate. In this case, p(d) is given as a rate. Therefore, p'(d) is taking the derivative of a rate.**

3.

**D is correct because velocity, v(t), is the derivative of position, s(t). The derivative is taken in respects to time. Initial velocity and position are assumed to represent constants.**

4.

**A is correct because acceleration, a(t), is the second derivative of position, s(t). The derivative is taken in respects to time and nets a constant.**

**B is correct because to determine if an object slowing down, velocity and acceleration are going in opposite directions. Both acceleration and velocity are needed to determine if an object is slowing down.**

6.

**D is correct because velocity is speed with direction. When v(t) changes signs, the direction changes.**

7.

**C is correct because the instantaneous rate of change for position is equivalent to velocity, s'(t), and the meters per second. Speed is velocity without direction.**

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**D is correct because when deriving in respects to time, each variable must be divided by time. This causes all variables except for time to exists as a rate.**

9.

**A is correct because when deriving in respects to time, each variable must be divided by time. All derivatives rules must be followed. In this example, the product rule must be executed.**

10.

**C is correct because deriving in respects to time involves keeping the previous derivative rules intact while keeping the rates. In this case, you will need to execute a chain rule which results in a dx/dt being multiplied by the derivative of sin x which equals cos x. **

11.

**B is correct because linear approximation is a variation of the point-slope form. Linear approximation can be utilized to find an estimation when a function is not given.**

12.

**A is correct because linear approximations consist of a variation of the point-slope formula. Within this formula, the y-coordinate of the original function is added to the product of the slope at x and the difference of the estimated value and x.**

13.

**B is correct because L'Hopital's Rule is utilized when determining the result of the limit y direct substitution is the indeterminate form. To determine the limit, you can derive the numerator and denominator then substitute in c.**

14.

**D is correct because L'Hopital's Rule can be utilized with indeterminate form. For choice D, 0/4 = 0 which not an indeterminate form.**

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**B is correct because L'Hopital's Rule is used when an indeterminate form is present after direct substitution when trying to determine a limit. You would need to directly substitute into each limit. Choice B is the only one that results in the indeterminate form.**

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