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Unformatted text preview: MATH 1241 Common Final Examination Free Response Section Spring, 1998 This exam is divided into two parts. These pages contain Part II which consists of 6 free response questions. Please show all of your work on the problem. We will not grade loose paper. • If you are basing your answer on a graph on your calculator, sketch a picture of your graph on your sheet and be sure to label your window. • Make sure that your name appears on each page. At the end of the examination you MUST hand in this test booklet and all scratch paper. PROBLEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 GRADE FREE RESPONSE SCORE: Name: Student No: Instructor: Section No: MATH 1241 FINAL EXAM Name: 1. Consider the function f ( x ) described by the graph below: Sketch the following functions. Add grid points where needed. (a) f ( x- 2) (b)- 1 2 f ( x ) (c) f (- x ) + 2 (d)- 1 2 f ( x + 1)- 1 Spring, 1998 Free Response 1 MATH 1241 FINAL EXAM Name: 2. Let f ( x ) be a continuous function on the interval [- 5 , 5]. The derivatives of f ( x )...
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