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# 1205ctf_f03 - Math 1205 Common Final Exam Fall 2003 FORM A...

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Unformatted text preview: Math 1205 Common Final Exam Fall 2003 FORM A Name: ______________________________ Pledge: ______________________________ CRN: ______________________________ Instructions: Please enter your NAME, ID NUMBER, FORM DESIGNATION, and, your CRN on the op-scan sheet. The CRN should be written in the box labeled ‘COURSE’. Darken the appropriate circles below your ID number and below the Form designation letter. Use a number 2 pencil. Machine grading may ignore faintly marked circles. Mark your answers to the test questions in rows 1 through 17 of the op-can sheet. Your score on this test will be the number of correct answers. You have one hour to complete this portion of the exam. 1. Find lim x → - 2 x 2 + x- 2 x 2 + 3 x + 2 1) 0 2) 1 3) 1/3 4) 3 5) The limit does not exist 2. Below is a table of values for f (2 + h ) and f (2 + h )- f (2) h for h ranging from- .1000 to - .0001 and from .1000 to .0001. h f (2 + h ) f (2 + h )- f (2) h h f (2 + h ) f (2 + h )- f (2) h-0.1000 16.1200 11.2000 0.1000 13.9200 10.8000-0.0100 15.1102 11.0200 0.0100 14.8902 10.9800-0.0010 15.0110 11.0020 0.0010 14.9890 10.9980-0.0001 15.0011 11.0002 0.0001 14.9989 10.9998 Which of the following statements is NOT supported by the data? 1) lim x → f ( x ) ≈ 15 2) lim x → 2 f ( x ) ≈ 15 3) ′ f (2) ≈ 11 4) The secant line through the points (2, f (2)) and (1.9, f (1.9)) has slope (1....
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## This note was uploaded on 09/01/2008 for the course MATH 1205 taught by Professor Fbhinkelmann during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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1205ctf_f03 - Math 1205 Common Final Exam Fall 2003 FORM A...

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