SECOND EXAM: APRIL 13, 2007
MATH 408M: MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
This exam consists of 15 problems. All problems are multiple choice, and each
problem is worth 7 points. Look at your answer sheet.
(1) Where it says “Name” write and bubble in your name.
(2) Where it says “Identification” write and bubble in your UT EID.
On the answer sheet, bubble in your answer to each of the 15 problems. When you
leave this room you will turn in only your answer sheet. This copy of the exam is
yours to keep.
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M408M SECOND EXAM
For Problems 14 consider the graphs pictured below.
Problem 1:
Which graph is most likely the graph of the equation 9
x
2
+ 4
y
2
+
z
2
= 1?
(A) Graph A
(B) Graph B
(C) Graph C
(D) Graph D
Problem 2:
Which graph is most likely the graph of the equation
y
=
x
2

z
2
?
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 Spring '07
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 Calculus, Derivative, Multivariable Calculus, Continuous function

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