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Unformatted text preview: MATHEMATICS 201, SECTION A01
MIDTERM 1
June 8, 2011 Name: Student Numb er: 0 Duration: 50 min. Maximum score: 30.
o The test has 6 problems and 6 pages.
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such as books, notes or formula sheets are permitted. 1. 1. State the order of the diﬁerential equation and give reason(s) for Whether it is linear
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