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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO TEST # 2
FALL TERM 2011 Student Name (Print Legibly) (FAMILY NAME) (GIVEN NAME) Signature Student ID Number COURSE NUMBER MATH 128
COURSE TITLE Calculus 2 for the Sciences COURSE SECTION 001 DATE OF EXAM Monday, November 14, 2011
TIME PERIOD 17:30 — 18:50 DURATION OF EXAM 80 minutes NUMBER OF EXAM PAGES (Including this sheet) 8 INSTRUCTOR Koray Karabina EXAM TYPE Closed Book
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ALLOWED NONE (NO CALCULATORS) Notes: Marking Scheme: 1. Fill in your name, ID number,
section, and sign the paper.
Don’t write formulas on this
page. 2. Answer all questions in the
space provided. The last page is for rough work.
Check that there are 8 sheets.
Your grade will be in ﬂuenced by how clearly
you express your ideas,
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C: 7'=2+0050, 039$27r, as in part (a). Find the area enclosed by C.
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