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MATH 137 Midterm Examination SOLMTION § Initials Monday, October 26, 2009 Instructor Section Tutorials J. Nissen 1 101 102
F. Zorzitto 2 103 104
A. Nica 3 105 106
J.Nissen 4 115 119
M. Eden 5 109 1 10
M. Eden 6 1 l 1 1 12
B .D. Park 7 1 13 1 14
C. Struthers 9 St. Jerome’s S. Speziale 10 117 Instructions 1. If you are in Prof. Stastna’s Section 8, then you are writing the wrong exam. Go to Prof. Stastna’s exam
in RCH 204. . Put your name, signature, and ID number at the top of this page. To prevent loss of your exam, circle your
instructor’s name and your tutorial number up above. . NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES other than your ”Pink— Tie” Faculty Approved calculators are allowed at your
examination desk. . Answer the questions in the spaces provided, using the backs of pages, or the blank page at the end, for over
ﬂow or rough work. . Show all your work required to obtain answers. . Your grade will be inﬂuenced by how clearly you ex— press your ideas and organize your solutions. 118 Calculus 1 7—9 p.m. Circle your INSTRUCTOR’S NAME and your TUTORIAL number. Ml37Midterm exam Page 2 of 10 N ame: [3] l. (a) On the diagram below, sketch the graph of the function y = 1x2 — 3m + 2, indicating all
intercepts. Give reasons for your sketch. 34W x3'3x4—9. =2 bun.) (ac4) 2 Mia xii/o
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Give reasons for your sketch. i201, W J W Li‘ Wm} W 5 « Mal ,
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a, Ml37Mid—term exam Page 3 of 10 Name: 2. Let f(x) = Vac2 + 1 fora: 6 [0,00). [2] (a) From the deﬁnition of a oneto—one function, prove that f is onetoone on the interval [0, 00). [3] (b) Find a formula for the inverse function of f (x) = \/ x2 + 1 as given on the interval [0, 00).
State the domain of the inverse function. x 1»_ 2; :1
wit/ma ‘ix’Lr'l gwﬂ "'5‘ +1)? l [i] (c) Show that lim v 3:2 + 1 — a: = 0. (There is no need for an e—based argument.) 3 WH/hm CW' W 1 ‘2. r—«y ' L//
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& function f *1 together on the same diagram below. Indicate any asymptotes that may be present. [h
6. M137Midterm exam Page 4 of 10 Name: 3. Let = 53: — 6. Using the formal 6—6 deﬁnition of limits, prove that ling f = 4. Your proof should be written so that it reﬂects a full understanding of the limit concept. M137Midterm exam Page 5 of 10 Name: Tb
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derivative at (1. Give a proof that your continuous function is not differentiable at a. :FCX);[’X\ A), gmlmmct ammo Hill Wait/um ‘i—‘m—w
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5 8. Lt = — (a) e {l—lncc for$<1 Find the value of the constant k that makes f be a continuous function for all a: in (0, 00). On the diagram below sketch the graph of f for the value of k that makes it continuous, and
indicate all asymptotes that arise. / Wk, M (x) : ~ {rho :Zfﬂ) ‘1‘ o<
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1 a: = (:1: + + (a: — 1)H(—:I3). Determine whether f satisﬁes the conditions of the Intermediate Value Theorem over the in
terval [—1, 1], and justify your answer. 84W lbw—t 1H):ﬁ‘”“4 (XHZl $40 «90 ’ H
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Explain brieﬂy. 1}? BQAQHH) W) ﬁt MAM/d '\ M137Mid—term exam ’ Page 10 of 10 Name:
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