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Unformatted text preview: Your name: Your TA’s name: Your section number and/or day and time: Math 191, Prelim 3 Tuesday November 28, 2006. 7:30 – 9:00 PM This exam should have 8 pages, with 6 problems adding up to 100 points plus and an extra credit problem worth 5 points. The last two pages are blank and can be used as scrap paper for computations and checking answers. No calculators, notes or books allowed. To improve your chances of getting full credit (or maximum partial credit) and to ease the work of the graders, please: • write clearly and legibly; • box in your answers; • simplify your answers as much as possible; • explain your answers as completely as time and space allow. Problem 1: /18 Problem 2: /21 Problem 3: /10 Problem 4: /10 Problem 5: /21 Problem 6: /20 Extra Credit: /5 TOTAL: /100 +5 1. (6 pts. each) Find the limit if it exists. (a) lim n →∞ 2 n 2 + 1 √ n 4 + n 3 + 1 — 2 — (b) lim n →∞ ( n + 1) 1 n (c) lim n →∞ √ n + 2 √ n — 3 — 2. (7 pts. each) Do the following converge absolutely, converge conditionally or diverge? Be careful to2....
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/15/2008 for the course MATH 1910 taught by Professor Berman during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.
 Fall '07
 BERMAN
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