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Math 150
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MIDTERM 2
November 17, 2009
Lecturer :
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Form A
Page 1 of 6
Rec. Instructor, Hour :
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The point value of each problem is indicated. To obtain full credit you must have the
correct answers along with
supporting
work
to justify them.
Partial
credit
will be
given based on the work that is shown.
1.
H
17
pts
L
NO CALCULATORS
Suppose that tan
q = 
5 , cos
q <
0.
Determine which quadrant
H
I, II, III, or IV
L
q
lies in and compute
the
exact
values of the remaining trigonometric functions of
q
.
Show your work and write your answers in the table below.
@
NOTE : Calculator approximations will receive NO CREDIT.
D
Quadrant
sin
q
cos
q
tan
q

5
cot
q
sec
q
csc
q
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2.
H
16 pts
L
Cesium

137 has a half

life of 30 years. Suppose we have a 60

g sample.
H
Half

life
=
the time required for half the mass to decay.
L
H
a
L H
8 pts
L
A function that models the mass
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