Case study application of derivative 3 chapter 6 class 12

Case study Chapter 6 (Application of Derivative)

Case study 3:- Read the following and answer the question:(Case study application of derivative 3)

On the request of villagers, a construction agency designs a tank with the help of an architect. Tank consist of rectangular base with recangular sides, open at the top so that its depth is 2 m and volume is 8 cubic meter as shown below:

Case study application of derivative 3
On the request of villagers, a construction agency designs a tank

(i) If x and y represent the length and breadth of its rectangular base, then the relation between the variables is

(a) x + y = 8                       (b) x . y = 4

(c) x + y = 4                        (d) x/y = 4

(ii) If construction of tank cost ₹ 70 per sq. metre for the base and ₹ 45 per square metre for sides, then making cost ‘C’ expressed as a function of x is

(a) C=80+80(x+\frac{4}{x})              (b) C= 280x + 280(x+\frac{4}{x})

(c) C=280+180(x+\frac{4}{x})           (d) C=70x+70(x+\frac{x}{4})

(iii) The owner of a construction agency is interested in minimizing the cost ‘C’ of  whole tank, for this to happen the value of x should be

(a) 4 m                        (b) 3 m

(c) 1 m                         (d) 2 m

(iv) For minimum cost ‘C’ the value of y should be

(a) 1 m                          (b) 3 m

(c) 2 m                           (d) 2 m

(v) The prsdan of village wants to know minimum cost. The minimum cost is

(a) ₹ 2000                   (b) ₹ 4000

(c) ₹ 11,000                 (d) ₹ 1000

Solution: (i) Answer (b)

Volume of tank = length×breadth×height(depth)

8 = x.y.2

⇒ 2x.y = 8 ⇒ x.y = 4

(ii) Answer (c)

Since ‘C’ is cost of making tank

∴ C = 70x.y + 45×2(2x + 2y)

⇒ C = 70x.y + 90(2x + 2y)

⇒ C = 70x.y +180(x + y)

C = 70x\times \frac{4}{x}+180(x+\frac{4}{x})

⇒ C = 280 + 180(x + 4/x)

(iii) Answer (d)

For maximum or minimum

\frac{dC}{dx}=0

\frac{d}{dx}\left(280+180(x+\frac{4}{x})\right)=0

\Rightarrow 180\left(1+4(-\frac{1}{x^2})\right)=0

\Rightarrow 180(1-\frac{4}{x^2}) = 0

\Rightarrow 1-\frac{4}{x^2}=0

\Rightarrow \frac{4}{x^2}=1

\Rightarrow x^2 = 4 \Rightarrow  x = \pm 2

⇒ x = 2(length can never be negative)

Now,\frac{d^2C}{dx^2}= 180(+\frac{8}{x^2})

\frac{d^2C}{dx^2}]_{(x=2)}= 180\times \frac{8}{8} = 180 = +ve

Hence to minimize C, x = 2 m

(iv) Answer (c)

Since, x.y = 4

⇒ y = 4/x

⇒ y = 4/2 = 2 m

(v) Answer (d)

Since, C = 280+ 180(x + 4/x)

⇒ C = 280 + 180(2 + 2)

⇒ C = 280 + 180×4

⇒ C = 280 +720 = ₹1000


Some other Case study problem

Case study 1: Read the following and answer the question(Case study application of derivative 1 )
        A recangular hall is to be developed for a meeting of farmers in an agriculture college to aware them for new technique in cultivation. It is given that the floor has a fixed perimeter P as shown below.

Case study application of derivative 1
A recangular hall is to be developed for a meeting of farmers

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Case study 2:- Read the following and answer the question.(Case study application of derivative 2)

Dr. Ritam residing to Delhi went to see an apartment of 3 BHK in Noida. The window of the house was in the form of a rectangle surmounted by a semicircular opening having a perimeter of the window 10 m as shown in figure.

Case study application of derivative 2
Dr. Ritam residing to Delhi went to see an apartment of 3 BHK in Noida.

Solution: For solution click here

Case study 4:- Read the following and answer the question:(Case study application of derivative 4 )

These days chinese and Indian troops are engaged in aggressive melee,face-off skirmishes at location near the disputed Pangong Lake in Ladakh.

Case study application of derivative 4
These days chinese and Indian troops are engaged in aggressive melee

One day a helicopterof enemy is flying along the curve represented by y = x² + 7. A soldier placed at (3, 7) wants to shoot down the helicopter when it is nearest to him.

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Case study 5:–  Indian Railways is the largest rail network in Asia and world’s second largest. No doubt huge amount of money of Indian government paid as fuel cost. Decreasing fuel cost can increase railway profit and hence will improve Indian economy.(Case study application of derivative 5 )

Case study application of derivative 5
Indian Railways is the largest rail network in Asia and world’s second largest. No doubt

      This is the fact that the fuel cost for running a train is proportional to the square of the speed generated in km per hour. The fuel cost is ₹ 48 per hour at speed 16 km per hour and fixed charges amount to ₹ 1200 per hour.

Solution: For solution click here


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