MTH142_SampleMiniExam - Sample Questions Mini-Exam (Review...

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Sample Questions Mini-Exam (Review of prerequisite knowledge for Calculus) MTH 142, Spring 2008 HUMANS ONLY! Calculators are NOT allowed. 1. Change the following degrees to radians (a) 180 degrees (b) 60 degrees (c) 45 degrees (d) 10 degrees (e) -240 degrees (f) 150 degrees 2. Change the following radians to degrees (a) π (b) π/ 3 (c) π/ 4 (d) π/ 18 (e) - 4 π/ 3 (f) 5 π/ 6 3. Find the length of the arc of the circle (a) if the radius is 2 feet and the arc marks out an angle of π radians (b) if the radius is 20 feet and the arc marks out an angle of 3 radians (c) if the radius is 3 meters and the arc marks out an angle of 4 / 3 radians (d) if the radius is 200 miles and the arc subtends an angle of 1 . 5 radians (e) if the diameter is 60 feet and the arc subtends an angle of 1 . 5 radians (f) if the diameter is 20 angstroms and the arc subtends an angle of 4 radians 4. Find the exact value of (a) tan( π 4 ) (b) sin( π 6 ) (c) cos( π 3 ) (d) sec( π 3 )
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(e) sin( π 4 ) (f) tan( π 3 ) 5. Find the exact value of (a) cos( π ) (b) sin( - π 2 ) (c) sin( 7 π
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2009 for the course MTH 142 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Sam Houston State University.

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MTH142_SampleMiniExam - Sample Questions Mini-Exam (Review...

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