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Chapter 8 / Exercise 30
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MATH 116: Calculus 1 for EngineeringFinal ExamFall 2014Last NameFirst NameEmailStudent IDSectionInstructorSectionDivisionInstructorSectionDivisionA. Beltaos001(CHE)F. Dunbar005(ME)M. Alwan002(CIVE)F. Girelli006(Mechatronics)E. Dupont003(GEOE/ENVE)E. Dupont007(Mechatronics)F. Girelli004(ME)A. Beltaos008(MGTE)Instructions1. Write your name, email, ID and section number at the topof this page.2. Answer the questions in the spaces provided.There arequestions on both sides of the page. There is a blank pageat the end of the exam for rough work.3. Show all work required to obtain your answers for full credit.Date:Friday, December 5, 2014Time Period:9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Duration of Exam:2.5 hoursNumber of Exam Pages (incl. this page):18 pagesTotal Possible Marks:57Exam Type:Closed BookAdditional Materials Allowed:None (NO CALCULATORS)
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Chapter 8 / Exercise 30
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1.(a) Differentiater(x) =x20+ 14.[2](b) Differentiateg(x) = tan-1(x2).[3]
1. (continued)(c) Differentiateh(x) =Rx4petln(t)dt.[2](d) Calculate the limit limx0+xtan(x).[3]

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