Math 640:119:06/Basic Calc./Dr. Sturm/ Quiz 1/February 1, 2017
Please print:
,
last name
first name
Show all work to receive credit. Please print clearly! Calculators may not be used.
1. Find the equa
Mathematics 131
Exam 3
8 April 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece: and the last three questions are worth 10 points apiece, for a tot
Mathematics 131
Exam 2
4 March 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last three questions are worth 10 points apiece, for a tot
Mathematics 131
Exam 3
8 April 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of seventeen questions: the rst 15 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last two questions are worth 15 points apiece, for a tota
Mathematics 131
Exam 1
4 February 2014
Directions: This exam should consist of eighteen questions: the rst 16 are worth 5
points apiece, and the last two questions are worth 10 points apiece. Write yo
Mathematics 131
Practice Exam 2 Solutions
6 March 2013
Directions: The real exam will consist of sixteen multiple choice questions and two
hand-graded questions. Multiple choice questions are worth ve
Calculus I
Math 131 Spring 2008
Final Exam, May 2
Name: Student-ID
This exam contains twenty problems which count 5% each towards your total
score.
Problem 1
Compute the integral
.0
/(5t4 +21+ 131)
Math 131 Spring 2008
Exam 3, April 8
Name: Student-ID
This exam contains sixteen problems. Problems 1 - 14 are multiple choice
problems, which each count 5% towards your total score. Problem 15 and
Math 131 Spring 2008
Exam 1, February 5
Name: Student-ID
This exam contains sixteen problems. Problems 1 - 14 are multiple choice
problems, Which each count 5% towards your total score. Problem 15 a
MATH 131 EXAM II F07M131.1.1
NAME : ID NUMBER
PART I consists of 1 muitiple choice questions (worth 5 pnints each) for a total
of 60 points. Mark the orrect answer on the answer card . F I r part I
MATH 131 EXAMINATION | FALL 2007
This exam should have 16 questions. Part I will have 12
multiple choice questions , 5 points each . Part II will have 4
hand graded quastions , 10 points each . Please
MATH 131 FINAL EXAM F07M131.4.1
NAME : ID NUNIBER
PART I consists of 16 multiple choice questions (worth 5 110 nts each) for a total
of 80 points. Mark the orrect answer on the answer card . Fo -
Calculus 1
Math 131 Spring 2008
Exam 2, March 4
Name:
This exam contains sixteen problems. Problems 1 14 are multiple choice
problems, which each count 5% towards your total score. Problem 15 and
16
MATH 131 EXAM III (solutions) F07M131.1.1
NAME : ID NUMBER
PART I consists of 12 multiple choice questions (worth 5 pnints each) for a total
of 60 points. Mark the orrcct answer on the answer card .
Math 131, Exam 3, November 14th
This exam should have 16 multiple choice questions, and two hand-written
questions. Each multiple-choice question is worth 5 points; each hand-written
problem is worth