test1_0809 - MCS @UTM MAT 133Y Term Test #1 Version...

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MCS @UTM MAT 133Y Term Test #1 Version 08101711 October 17, 2008, 4pm _______________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Last Name (Family name) First Name (Given name) Student # Tutorial Information: Students are expected to have this tutorial information when writing the test. Your tutorial information is the same as what’s on ROSI, except for those students who made a change on Bb. WARNING: Up to 2% may be deducted from the test grade for missing or incorrect tutorial information. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Use a PEN to fill in your name and student number on each sheet . 2. Only TI-30X, TI-30XIIB or TI-30XIIS calculators are allowed (with no lids or inserts). NO other aids are allowed. 3. The time allotted is 110 minutes. 4. PART I: For each question A to J, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided. In all cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded. [30 marks, 3 marks for each ‘box’, with NO part marks for incorrect final answers or answers with NO work shown.] 5. PART II: For each question 1 to 5, you are required to show all your work (rough work, in the space provided will not be marked). A correct answer obtained with false reasoning or with no reasoning will not receive any marks. 6. With the exception of the “Signature Sheet” attached to the front of this test, there are 13 pages, including a formula sheet on page 13. Make sure you have all of them. 7. Budget your time. Good Luck! Question # Out of Score Part I 30 Part II #1 12 Part II #2 12 Part II #3 12 Part II #4 12 Part II #5 22 Total 100 CIRCLE your TA’s Name Æ Anurag Byron Charles Dave Lisa Maher Ravi Sahir Tutorial day/time Æ CIRCLE the appropriate one T2 W9 W10 T5 W11 W1 M1 M2 T3 T4 M5 M6 W5 W6 M2 T2 T3 M3 T5 T6 M12 M4 W9 W10 M12 M1 M3 M4
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MAT133-OCT-2008Term Test 1-Version 08101711 Page 2 of 13 PART I: For each question A to J, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided. In all cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded. [30 marks, 3 marks for each ‘box’, with NO part marks for incorrect final answers or answers with NO work shown. ] A. Find all solutions of () 44 log log 3 11 1 xx ++ = A n s w e r f o r A : B. The domain of 5 2 x ye =− is Do not round your answer. A n s w e r f o r B : C. If 10 0 5 3 2 2433 0 1 T xy −− ⎡⎤ = ⎢⎥ + ⎣⎦ , find the value of x A n s w e r f o r C : continued on page 3… x = x =
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MAT133-OCT-2008Term Test 1-Version 08101711 Page 3 of 13 NAME: ________________________ STUDENT NUMBER: ___________________ PART I (continued): For each question A to J, clearly indicate your final short answer in the appropriate BOX provided. In all cases, you must show your work, even though only the final answer in the box will be graded. [30 marks, 3 marks for each ‘box’, with NO part marks for incorrect final answers or answers with NO work shown. ] D. Suppose that you want to invest some money in order to have $12,000 available at some later time. If you invest $5000 at 8% interest compounded continuously, how long will it take for it to accumulate to $12,000?
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course MAT Mat133 taught by Professor Igfeild during the Fall '10 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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test1_0809 - MCS @UTM MAT 133Y Term Test #1 Version...

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