# MAT295-2006Fall - M AT 295 F INAL E XAM Calculus I All...

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MAT 295 FINAL EXAM Calculus I, All Sections, Fall 2006 Name: _ Signature: _ Instructor: (please circle one) J. DATTA J. DEEGAN J. LI N. MARIC C. MILLER A.OLIMPIO T. PERKINS y. XU Read before you begin: (1) This exam contains 13 problems for a total of 125 points. There are 11 pages including the cover sheet. You are responsible for checking that they are all present. (1) You must show all work to completely justify your answers in order to receive any credit. Unsupported answers will receive little or no credit. (2) You may use only the methods discussed in this class to solve the problems. (3) No calculators, cell phones, ipods, etc. (4) Good luck! Problem Points l. 8 2. 8 3. 20 4. 8 5. 7 6. 8 7. 10 8. 7 9. 15 10. 16 11. 8 12. 5 13. 5 Total 125

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1. Find the following limits, if they exist. Justify your answer completely! If the limit equals 00 or -00, say which it equals, and explain why very carefully. You may NOT use L'Hospital's Rule for this problem.
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