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# ma252f02final - Math 252 Fall 2002 Scarborough Final Exam...

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Math 252, Fall 2002 NAME _____________________________________________________ Scarborough Final Exam Version 1 This exam has 8 pages with 25 problems. Each problem is worth 4 points. You should scan all the problems before you begin the test so you can plan out your time. The time limit on this exam is 1 hour 50 minutes. Remember multiple choice does not necessarily mean quick answer. A scientific calculator is required for this exam. The exam is closed book, closed notes. Please record the proper section number and version number on the front of the Scantron sheet. This exam is Version 1. Recitation Meeting Time Section Number 12:30 PM 031 2:00 PM 032 Please circle section number. 3:30 PM 033 Please record your answers on the provided Scantron sheet using a #2 pencil. 1. If f ( x ) = e ± t 2 dt 0 x 2 ² then ± f ( x ) equals ( A ) e ± t 2 dt 0 2 x ² ( B ) ± 2 te ± t 2 dt 0 2 x ² ( C ) e ± x 4 ( D ) 2 xe ± x 4 ( E ) Impossible to determine since e ± t 2 dt ² cannot be evaluated in terms of elementary functions. 2. ln( x ) 3 x dx 1 e ± equals ( A ) du u 1 1 e ± ( B ) du u 1 e 3 ± ( C ) u 3 du 1 e ± ( D ) u du 1 e 3 ± ( E ) u 3 du 0 1 ± 3. If f ( t ) dt ± 2 5 ² = 7 and 2 f ( t ) dt 3 5 ± = 4 then f ( t ) dt ± 2 3 ² equals ( A ) 1 ( B ) 2 ( C ) 3 ( D ) 4 ( E ) 5

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Math 252, Fall 2002 Final Exam Version 1 Page 2 Scarborough 4. After making the appropriate trigonometric substitution the integral x 3 ± x 2 dx ² becomes ( A ) 27 tan 3 ± sec d ² ( B ) 27 sec 3 d ² ( C ) 27 sec 3 ² tan d ( D ) 27 sin 3 cos d ² ( E ) 27 sin 3 d ² 5.
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