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Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences MIDTERM TEST MATAB’T—Calculus II for Mathematical Sciences Examiner: R. Grinnell Date: Suns 23, 2007
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SIGNATURE: CIRCLE your Teaching Assistant: Paula EHLERS Xiangqun ZOU Read these INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This examination paper has 8 numbered pages and 8 full questions. It is your responsibility
to ensure that, at the beginning of the test, all of these pages and questions are included. 2. Answer all questions in the work space provided. If you need extra space, use the back of a
page or the very East page and indicate cleaﬁy the location of your continuing work. 3. With the exception of the True / False questions, full points are awarded only for solutions that
are correct, complete and that sufﬁciently display concepts and methods of MATA37. 4. You may use one calculator. NOTATION:
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