# Applications Of Integration Assessment Test

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Take this intelligent assessment test to evaluate your knowledge of how we can integrate integrating functions into our lives, and we can use integral calculus to study functions and solve real-world problems.

• 1.

### Which is an application of integration?

• A.

Payment

• B.

Acceleration

• C.

Driving

• D.

B. Acceleration
Explanation
Acceleration is an application of integration because it involves calculating the change in velocity over time. By integrating the acceleration function, we can determine the velocity of an object at any given time. This is useful in various fields such as physics, engineering, and motion analysis, where understanding how an object's velocity changes over time is important for studying its behavior and predicting its future motion.

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• 2.

### The inverse process to differentiation is...

• A.

Subtraction

• B.

Multiplication

• C.

Integration

• D.

Calculation

C. Integration
Explanation
The inverse process to differentiation is integration. Integration involves finding the antiderivative of a function, which essentially reverses the process of finding the derivative. It allows us to determine the original function when only the derivative is known. Integration is represented by the integral symbol (âˆ«) and is used in various fields of mathematics and science, such as calculating areas, volumes, and solving differential equations.

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• 3.

### The derivative of any constant term is...

• A.

Zero

• B.

One

• C.

Two

• D.

Three

A. Zero
Explanation
The derivative of a constant term is always zero because a constant term does not change with respect to the independent variable. The derivative measures the rate of change, and since a constant does not change, its derivative is zero.

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• 4.

### Which of the following is an application of integration?

• A.

Work

• B.

Light

• C.

Feature

• D.

A. Work
Explanation
Work is an application of integration as it represents the process of calculating the amount of work done by a force acting on an object as it moves through a certain distance. Integration is used to find the work done by integrating the force with respect to the displacement.

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• 5.

• A.

Division

• B.

Calculus

• C.

Limit

• D.

Velocity

A. Division
• 6.

### The value that a function or sequence approaches as the input or index approaches some value is referred to as...

• A.

Limit

• B.

Time

• C.

Change

• D.

Level

A. Limit
Explanation
The value that a function or sequence approaches as the input or index approaches some value is referred to as a limit. This concept is fundamental in calculus and is used to understand the behavior of functions and sequences as they approach certain values. The limit helps determine the value that a function or sequence is "approaching" or getting closer to, even if it may not actually reach that value.

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• 7.

### Maximum limit of size is the...

• A.

Greater of the two limit size

• B.

Levelled size

• C.

Function of limit

• D.

Lesser of the two limit size

A. Greater of the two limit size
Explanation
The maximum limit of size refers to the larger value between two limit sizes. It means that when there are two limits given, the maximum limit of size is the greater of the two. This implies that the size cannot exceed this maximum limit.

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• 8.

### All internal features of a component including those which are not cylindrical are designated as...

• A.

Space

• B.

Hole

• C.

Pole

• D.

Time

A. Space
Explanation
In this context, "space" refers to all the internal features of a component, regardless of their shape or form. This includes not only cylindrical features but also any other type of feature present within the component. The term "space" is used as a general designation for all internal areas or voids within the component, regardless of their specific shape or purpose.

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• 9.

### A certain value to which a function approaches is referred to as...

• A.

Limit

• B.

Distance

• C.

Time

• D.

Velocity

A. Limit
Explanation
A certain value to which a function approaches is referred to as a limit. In mathematics, the limit of a function represents the behavior of the function as the input approaches a certain value or as the output approaches a certain value. It helps to understand the behavior and properties of functions, and is a fundamental concept in calculus and analysis.

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• 10.

### Which of these measures the steepness of the graph of a function at some particular point on the graph?

• A.

Line

• B.

Curve

• C.

Derivative

• D.

Time

C. Derivative
Explanation
The derivative measures the steepness of the graph of a function at a specific point. It represents the rate at which the function is changing at that point. By calculating the derivative, we can determine the slope of the tangent line to the graph at that point, which indicates how steep the graph is at that particular location. Therefore, the derivative is the correct answer for this question.

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