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161E1-F00 - A. e 5 t B. 150 e 5 t C. 2 5 t D. 2 t/ 5 E. 150...

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EXAM 1 FALL 2000 1. Find an equation of the line through (1 , - 3) and perpendicular to the line 4 x + y +7=0. A. 4 x + y - 1=0 B. 4 x - y - 7=0 C. x +4 y +11=0 D. x - 4 y - 13 = 0 E. x - 3 y +7=0 2. Solve the inequality 2 - 3 x< 5. A. x< - 1 B. x< 1 C. x> - 1 D. x> 1 E. x> 7 3 3. Find the domain of the function f ( x )= ln( x - 1) + x x +2 . A. x> 1 B. x> 0 C. x> - 2 D. 0 <x< 1 E. all real numbers x 1
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EXAM 1 FALL 2000 4. Find all numbers x such that sin x =s in π 5 and 0 x 2 π . A. π 5 only B. π 5 and 4 π 5 C. π 5 and 6 π 5 D. π 5 and 9 π 5 E. π 5 , 4 π 5 , 6 π 5 ,and 9 π 5 5. Find tan ± sin - 1 ± 3 4 ²² . A. 3 5 B. 4 5 C. 4 3 D. 3 7 E. 4 7 6. Given the following graph of two functions f and g, g ( x )= x y -2 -1 1 2 3 1 2 y = g ( x ) y = f ( x ) A. - f ( x - 2) B. 1 - f ( x - 2) C. f ( x +3) - 1 D. - f ( x +3) - 1 E. - f ( x - 3) + 1
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EXAM 1 FALL 2000 7. Starting with the graph of y = e - 2 x , write the equation of the graph that results from reflecting about the x –axis and then about the y –axis. A. y = - e 2 x B. y = - e - 2 x C. y = e 2 x D. y = e - 2 x E. y =ln(2 x ) 8. Under ideal conditions a certain bacteria population is known to double every 5 hours. Suppose there are initially 150 bacteria. Then, after t hours the number of bacteria in the population is
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Unformatted text preview: A. e 5 t B. 150 e 5 t C. 2 5 t D. 2 t/ 5 E. 150 · 2 t/ 5 9. The solution of 4 2 x-3 = 3 is x = A. ln6 2 B. log 4 3 2 C. log 3 4 2 + 3 D. 1 2 [3 + log 4 3] E. 1 2 [3 + log 3 4] 3 MA 161 & 161E EXAM 1 FALL 2000 10. lim t → √ 2-t-√ 2 t = A. 1 4 B.-1 2 √ 2 C. 1 2 D.-1 √ 2 E. 2 √ 2 11. lim x → | x | sin ± 1 x 2 ² = A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. ∞ E. does not exist 12. lim x → + ln x x = A.-∞ B. 0 C. 1 D. 2 E. ∞ 4 MA 161 & 161E EXAM 1 FALL 2000 13. There are two values of a such that the function f ( x ) = ± x 3 if x ≤ a x 2 if x > a is continuous at the point x = a . These values are A.-2 , 2 B. 1 , 2 C.-1 , 1 D. 0 , 1 E.-1 , 14. Suppose you drive for 60 miles at 60 miles per hour and then for 60 miles at 30 miles per hour. In miles per hour, your average velocity is A. 30 B. 40 C. 42 D. 45 E. 50 5...
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