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# 161E1-S2010 - TEST NUMBER 01 MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010...

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Unformatted text preview: TEST NUMBER 01 MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 STUDENT NAME STUDENT ID LECTURE TIME RECITATION INSTRUCTOR RECITATION TIME INSTRUCTIONS 1. Fill in all the information requested above and the test number of the test on your scantron sheet. 2. This booklet contains 14 problems, each worth 7 points. There are two free points. The maximum score is 100 points. 3. For each problem mark your answer on the scantron sheet and also circle it in this booklet. 4. Work only on the pages of this booklet. 5. Books, notes, calculators are not to be used on this test. 6. At the end turn in your exam and scantron sheet to your recitation instructor. MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 1. Find the center of the circle 6:162 + 63/2 + 33: — 2y : 0. 3 A. _ _ <2, 1) B. (_ 3) 0' <33) D. <— 23> E- <- 3;) 2H3?” <6<27r and 00892-3, ﬁnd tan6. A. % l C. “3 i MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 , which statement is true? : Zlml + 1 A. f is even and g is odd. B. f and g are both even. C. f is odd and g is even. D. f and g are both odd. E. g is neither even nor odd. 4. Which statement is false? A. The domain of 3:137 is the set of all real numbers. 1 x . B. The function (5) is increasmg. C. tan(a: + 7r) 2 tanac for all ac in the domain of tanm D. The function secm is even. E. When 1 < a, the range of the function ax is all positive numbers. MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 5. Find the domain of M. x + 1 A. (~2, 2) B. (0,1) U (1,2) C. (0,2) D. (2, oo) E.(—2,.nLic—L2) 6. If the domain of a function f is the interval (1, 3), ﬁnd the domain of f o 9 When g(a:) = 2:1: + 1. A. (0,1) B. (3, 7) 13 o. (a, .2.) 1 D.<—§J) 3(Qm MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 7. If the graph of f(:1:) is A. 1+f(a:—l) B. 2—f(a:—1) C. 2—f(:1:+1) D. l+f(:1:+1) E. 2—f(l——:r) _ 2 8. The function f (m) = Eff—gm has: A. No vertical asymptotes B. 1 vertical asymptote C. 2 vertical asymptotes D. 3 vertical asymptotes E. 4 vertical asymptotes MA 161 EXAM I SPRING 2010 9. A bacterial culture starts with 100 bacteria and triples every hour. What is the size of the population after 20 hours? A. 100220 B. 100230 C. 100610 D. 100-620 E. 100-910 10. If f(ac) = (m3 + 1)1/5, then f‘1(m) = A. (x3 + 1)5 B. (x3 — 1)5 C. (x5 — l)3 D. (m3 —— 1)1/5 E. (\$5 — 1)1/3 MA 161 EXAM I 11. Evaluate log4 128 — log4 2. A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 E. 6 _\$’ 1, 12. Let f(:1c)= 2m, 2302, 3, for what value of a does lim f (ac) exist? ifw<0 ifm=0 if0<as<1 if1£\$32 ifx>2 (II—N1 A. all real numbers a . all a except 0 all a except 1 all a except 2 munw all a except 0 and 2 SPRING 2010 MA 161 EXAM I l + l 13. Evaluate lim 3 w . m—r—B 3 + (I) 1 . _ 2 _ - . 14. Evaluate ”313% (93 1) 5m ((33 _ 1)2) A. 00 B. ——oo C. 0 D. 1 E. ——1 SPRING 2010 ...
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