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4 Quiz Name: Math 1132Q Spring 2009 Show all work to receive full credit. You may write your answers in the space provided or on the back of this sheet. 1. (5 pts) Determine whether the following sequence converges or diverges. If it converges, nd the limit. n2 3n 1 + 4n2 n=1 2. (5 pts) Determine whether the following sequence converges or diverges. If it converges, nd the limit. {(1)n } n=1 3. (5 pts)...

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4 Quiz Name: Math 1132Q Spring 2009 Show all work to receive full credit. You may write your answers in the space provided or on the back of this sheet. 1. (5 pts) Determine whether the following sequence converges or diverges. If it converges, nd the limit. n2 3n 1 + 4n2 n=1 2. (5 pts) Determine whether the following sequence converges or diverges. If it converges, nd the limit. {(1)n } n=1 3. (5 pts) ...

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