1205ctf_f05 - Math 1205 Common Final Exam Name: CRN:...

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Math 1205 Common Final Exam Version A Fall 2005 Name: ID # CRN: Pledge: 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 row s 1 through 17 of the op-scan 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. 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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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_f05 - Math 1205 Common Final Exam Name: CRN:...

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