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Unformatted text preview: ‘ University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario Mathematics 138
MidTerm Test  Spring Term 2003 Duration: ‘2 hours Date: June 16. 2003 ONLY BASIC SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS PERMITTED Initial“ Id. Numbe‘ Family Name: Signature: Instructors: (Check one)
01 D. Woolford 02 M. Shpigel
03 Y. Spigel
04 D. Harmsworth 000K Instructions: Title page/instructions 
1 1. Complete the information required
on this page in the spaces provided.
Check your section number in the
appropriate box. 2. Attempt all questions, in the space
provided. If you require more space,
use the reverse of the preceding page . HHIIE 3. The marks for each question are in
dicated. Marks will be deducted for
negligently presented work. Your
grade will be inﬂuenced by how
clearly you express your ideas, and
by how well you organize your solu—
tions. Justiﬁcation should be provided by
referring to deﬁnitions and theorems
where appropriate. \r'. I 4. This examination has ten pages.
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title page or for ignoring instruc
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its limit. / v Page 4 of 10 Maui 138  Mid—Term Exam Spring lerm 2mm 0 [14} 3. Determine whether each of the following converges or diverges. For parts (d). (f).
and (g), you should distinguish between absolute convergence and conditional
convergence. ln answering these. you may refer to conclusions you have reached for
other parts: for example. in your explanation of {d} you may wish to refer to (c). 4 {3+5nz}x
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space. What fraction of the incident Right I is transmitted by the double window? I
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 Fall '07
 Anoymous
 Calculus

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