Math 122 Test 3
November 19, 2013
1. No books, notes or “What does the fox say?” You may use a calculator
to do routine arithmetic computations. You may
use your calcu-
lator to store notes or formulas. You may not share a calculator with
2. You should show your work, and explain how you arrived at your an-
A correct answer with no work shown (except on problems
which are completely trivial) will receive no credit. If you are not sure
whether you have written enough, please ask.
3. You may not make more than one attempt at a problem. If you make
several attempts, you must indicate which one you want counted, or
you will be penalized.
4. Numerical experiments do not count as justification.
computing the first few terms of a series is not enough to show the
terms decrease. Computing the first few partial sums of a series is not
enough to show the series converges or diverges. Plugging in numbers
is not enough to justify the computation of a limit. You may, of course
use numerical experiments to help guide your work, but they do not
count as justification for answers.
5. On this test, explanations count. If I can’t follow what you are doing,
you will not get much credit.
6. You may leave as soon as you are finished, but once you leave the exam,
you may not make any changes to your exam.