Math 1205 Common Final Exam
Version A
Fall 2005
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1.
Given the table to the right, determine
lim
x
→
6
f
(
x
)
, if it exists.
A.
1.882
B.
1.521
C.
Limit does not exist because f(6) is undefined.
D.
Limit does not exist because f is an oscillating function.
E.
Limit does not exist because f does not approach the same value from both sides of x=a.
2.
Determine the value of
lim
t
→
0
3sin(2
t
)
4
t
A.
3
2
B.
3
4
C.
1
2
D.
1
E.
Limit does not.
3.
The electric charge Q measured in coulombs, flowing through a wire satisfies the formula
Q
(
t
)
=
t
sin(
p
2
t
) where t is measured in seconds.
How fast is the charge changing when t=2 seconds?
A.
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 Fall '08
 FBHinkelmann
 Math, Derivative, #, 3 sec, Mathematical analysis, 4 ft, C. F

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