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# pracfinalfa06 - FINAL EXAM MATH 3 12/7/2006 Instructor:...

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Unformatted text preview: FINAL EXAM MATH 3 12/7/2006 Instructor: Frank Bauerle, Ph.D. No books, graphing utilities or notes aHowed. Show your work. Show your work. Show your work. Your Name: Your TA: Max Your score Problem 1: 12 Problem 2: 12 Problem 3: 15 Problem 4: 12 Problem 5: 15 Problem 6: 10 Problem 7: 12 Problem 8: 20 Problem 9: 15 Problem 9: 10 Problem 10: 10 Problem 11: 12 Problem 12: 15 Problem 13: 15 Problem 14: 15 Problem 15 (EC): 10 TOTAL: 200 Good Luck and have a great winter break! 1. (12 points) Give a table that gives the exact values AND decimal approximations, rounded to the nearest hundredth, for sin 0, cos 0 and tan 0 for 0 = 0°, 0 = 30°, o = 45°, 0 = 60° and 0 = 90 • Also give the radian measures of all the angles. I' Sn10( c,( ~ -C-CtH vI( r c;l(;\ ! ; • ,:'I"~' W5o< ...., IV 'v 0° N rV rv ("!' "' t C -'\,I ,)(,) ,v X-x- fo-- ."\1 'v 45 0 -~ A.I """ ·V ,y "V ~ GoT:: r./ '" "wi' qa D "". A,/ /\. .N I I 2. (12 points) Use the reference angle principle to get the exact value of the following: (a) sin 315 0 (b) tan( - ~l1r ) 1 3. (15 points) Mad scientist Dr. Evil wants to run an experiment with a certain type of cells. To get statistically significant results she will need at least 200 cells for the experiment. She has 10 cells right now and knows...
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