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Math 171 Exam II Fall 2009 Name: Select your discussion section 325 TR 9:55-10:45 Ashutosh Kumar 329 TR 14:25-15:15 322 TR 8:50-9:40 Andrea Medini 324 TR 9:55-10:45 323 TR 8:50-9:40 Loizos Solomou 327 TR 12:05-12:55 326 TR 11:00-11:50 Li Wang 328 TR 13:20-14:10 You may not use a calculator, notes or books. Show your work and write clearly. Make sure that your answers stand out. Read the problems carefully; be sure to answer them in the manner required. Check your answers wherever possible. Good Luck! Question Points Score 1 8 2 9 3 18 4 15 5 12 6 14 7 12 8 12 Total: 100
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Math 171: Exam 2 1. [8 points] The graph of x 2 + y 2 - 2 x + 5 y + 5 = 0 is a circle. Find its center and radius. 2. An object is moving along a straight track. Its position after t seconds is s ( t ) = t 3 - 3 t meters. (a) [3 points] How fast is it moving after 2 seconds? (b) [3 points] What is its acceleration after 2 seconds? (c) [3 points] What is the total distance the object travels in the first three seconds? ( Hint : Figure out when it changes direction.) Page 2
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Math 171: Exam 2 3. Evaluate the following limits, or explain why they do not exist. (a) [6 points] lim x 2 x - 2 5 + x 2 - 3 . (b) [6 points]
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