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Quiz 9 You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the least upper bound (if it exists) and the greatest lower bound (if it exists) for the given set. a) no lub ; glb = b) lub = 1 ; glb = c) no glb ; lub = d) lub and glb do not exist. e) no lub ; glb = Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the least upper bound (if it exists) and the greatest lower bound (if it exists) for the set { x : x 2 < 9}. a) lub = 9 ; glb = -9 b) lub = 3 ; glb = -3 c) no glb ; lub = 3 d) no lub ; glb = 3 e) lub and glb do not exist. Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Find the least upper bound (if it exists) and the greatest lower bound (if it exists) for the set { x : ln( x ) > 3}. rint Test https://www.casa.uh.edu/CourseWare/Root/UsersStudents/PrintTest.htm of 9 5/11/2010 10:51 AM
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a) no lub ; glb = b) no glb ; lub = c) lub = ; glb = 0 d) lub and glb do not exist. e) no lub ; glb = Question 4 Your answer is CORRECT. The first several terms of a sequence { a n } are given. Assume that the pattern continues as indicated and find an explicit formula for a n . , , , , , . . . a) a n = b) a n = c) a n = d) a n = e) a n = Question 5 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine the boundedness and monotonicity of the sequence with a n as indicated. a) decreasing; bounded below by 1 and above by 3. b) increasing; bounded below by 0 and above by 3. rint Test https://www.casa.uh.edu/CourseWare/Root/UsersStudents/PrintTest.htm of 9 5/11/2010 10:51 AM
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c) nondecreasing; bounded below by 1 and above by 3. d)
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course MATH 1432 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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