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Unformatted text preview: Math 138, Spring 2009 - Some information for the final. • When writing the final, remember that how clearly you express your ideas and organize your answers will influence your grade. You should show all your work, as in the term tests. For instance, if you are applying a theorem, you have to show that you are allowed to apply it by checking the hypothesis. • Calculators would not be allowed during the exam, and you would not need them. • You may be asked to prove one of the following results: ∞1 – Classification of 1 xp dx. – The sum limit law for sequences. – If {an } is a convergent sequence, then limn→∞ an = limn→∞ an+1 . – If an is convergent, then limn→∞ an = 0. 1 – Classification of ∞ xp . n=1 – The comparison test for series of positive terms. – If an is absolutely convergent, then an is convergent. • I posted the office hours / tutorial center hours for the next two weeks. Contact me to schedule an appointment if you have time conflicts. • The exam is on Thursday, August 6, from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., at PAC 5 and 6. Good luck! Laura Mart´ P´rez ıe 1 ...
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