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NOTE: PRACTICE COPY #1 – to be done in class (no other answers provided.) ANSWERS - EXAM #1 – PRACTICE COPY #2 – To be done in the review session on Tuesday, Feb 12, 2008 from 6 – 7:45pm in C101 Holmes Hall. 1. 4 7 2. 72 67 3. 1.0746 4. a) Since n starts at 1, everything is positive since there are no negatives anywhere in the problem. Since the denominator is only zero when n = -1, it is continuous everywhere except at n = -1, but n starts at 1 so it is continuous on our interval! b) 1 ' + < n n Show a a OR Show f is negative beyond some value of n c) DIVERGES 5. DIVERGES 6. CONVERGES 7. CONVERGES 8. CONVERGES 9. CONVERGES. 10. . DIVERGE ANSWERS - EXAM #1 – PRACTICE COPY #3 – To be done in the review session on Tuesday, Feb 12, 2008 from 6 – 7:45pm in C101 Holmes Hall. 1. 35 24 2. 4 19 - 3. 0.21 - 4. a) Since n starts at 1 and goes to infinity and there are no negatives anywhere in the problem, this is a POSITIVE function. Also, the denominator can never be negative, so it is CONTINUOUS everywhere! b)

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