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295
FINAL
EXAM
December 12, 2007
Name:
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Signature:
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Instructor:
(Please circle one)
D. Anderson
D. Gustarson
E. Hantsch
J. Meyer
D. Mittiga
A.Olimpio
A.
Orenstein
Read before you begin:
1.
This exam has 12 problems worth a total
of200 points. There are 8 twosided
pages including this cover sheet.
You are responsible for checking that you have
a complete test.
2.
For an answer to receive full credit or be considered for partial credit,
you must
show your work.
Answers with no supporting work will receive little or no credit.
Problem
Points
1
18
2
20
!
3
14
I
4
10
5
20
I
6
10
7
20
8
20
9
14
10
18
11
18
12
18
Total
200
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(18
points) Use elementary methods to find
the
following limits
if
they exist.
If
a
limit does not exist, say so.
Justify your answers completely.
On this problem
you
may NOT use L'Hospital's Rule
because it
is
not elementary.
(a)
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 Calculus, Derivative, Mathematical analysis, A. Orenstein

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