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**Unformatted text preview: **Math 161 Midterm 1 Name: -l: . _ _y..U Date: February 2, 2007
Instructor: Dr. Paul Choboter
Time limit: 50 minutes Read all questions carefully, and Show all your work neatly. Calculators, books and notes are not permitted. Good luck! Question Score Points possible 1. In this question, let f(3:) = 952 + 3:1: — 4, and let g(m) = 5x V 39 — 2'
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‘3 7:2 xvi 2. Suppose that the population of groundhogs1 in a certain park is given by N (t) = 160 x 2“,
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curve is f (2:), and which one is (4 pts) (b) Plot = ﬂ and 9(59) = Va: + -— 2 on the same set of axes. State how you get the graph of g($;from the graph of f($). gtrﬁ I: We 1; moved 1+ — 7 m0 dcmm the +0???
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