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1. (12 points) Is the series Z 273,2 absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent, or n21
divergent? OO
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(14 points) Describe how one can compute Z —§ to Within 0.00005.
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(You do not need to actually carry out the computation, but if your answer involves, say,
the nth partial sum, then you should say What 71 is.) to l 3 (12 points) Is the series 2 (1—)2
n 1].” 11:2 absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent, or divergent? 00
4. (12 points) Is the series 2 an, where ”:1 n+1/ﬁ" —% if n is even 1 if n is odd, or
an : absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent, or divergent? Explain. [Fewer than 10% of the students even got so far as to approach the main difﬁculty of this
problem.] 5. (18 points) (a). Find the Taylor polynomial, T3 (:6), for f(:r:) = 506‘” (centered about a 2 0). (b). Use Taylor’s Inequality to ﬁnd an upper bound for the error in using your answer to
(a) to compute f(1). 6. (20 points) (a). Show that the series 00 a:
is a solution of the differential equation
3;, : l + my _
(b). Over What interval is it a solution? 7. (12 points) Find the curve through the point (1, 1) that is everywhere orthogonal to the
family of curves 3; = 0:133. Y ...
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