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true (T) or false (F) and JUSTIFY your answer. You will receive credit only if your
answer is correct AND properly justiﬁed. a) All solutions of the differential equation y' : y2 + 5 are increasing ﬁinctions. Answer: T Q“ g /
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have to show your work for this question, but you may do so if you wish (e. g. for part
marks in case the ﬁnal answer is wrong). a) (2 marks) If f(X) = 800x is the force necessary to extend a spring X meters
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