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Course: MATH 153, Fall 2007
School: UChicago
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153: CALCULUS MIDTERM 1 Please answer all questions in a blue book that's provided to you (even the true/false). Don't forget to write your name. There are two sides to this exam. Problem 1 (16 points). Determine the least upper bound and greatest lower bound of the following sets, or state that they do not exist. You do not need to justify your answer (4 points each). (1) (, ), (2) {x : |x - 2| &lt; 1}, (3)...

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