Spring 06 Final

Spring 06 Final - MATH 141 Final 12/8/06 10:22 PM MATH 141...

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MATH 141 Final SPRING 2006 Version A Name: ______________________________________________ Instructor: ___________________________________________ Section Time: ________________________________________ 1. Which of the following functions is best described by the graph below 12/8/06 10:22 PM MATH 141 Final Page 1 of 8 file://localhost/Users/ayeq/Desktop/MATH%20141%20FinalA.htm
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a) b) c) d) e) None of the above 2. Which of the following is the remainder when is divided by . a) 42 b) c) d) -11 e) Silly rabbit, you can’t divide polynomials of such high degree. 3. Let be such that . What is ? a) 1 b) –1 c) d) 14 e) none of the above 4. Suppose that the function is a third degree polynomial (with real coefficients) where , , and is not equal to 0 at any other real number . Then which of the following could be the factorization of . a) b) c) d) Both b) and c) e) We cannot know, since there could be a complex root. 5. Which of the following functions is best described by the graph below 12/8/06 10:22 PM MATH 141 Final Page 2 of 8 file://localhost/Users/ayeq/Desktop/MATH%20141%20FinalA.htm
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a) b) c) d) e) There is no answer. There is
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course MATH 141 taught by Professor Monarres during the Spring '07 term at San Diego State.

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Spring 06 Final - MATH 141 Final 12/8/06 10:22 PM MATH 141...

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