Department of Mathematics
Mathematics 19500
The City College of New York
Final Examination
Spring 2006
Instructions: Do 13 questions from Part I and 5 questions from Part II.
Show all work. Calculator
Dept of Mathematics
The City College of New York
Mathematics 19500
Final Examination
Spring 2005
Instructions: Solve any 10 complete problems. Omit two problems.
Show all work. Calculators are not per
Math 19500
Final Examination
December 2006
Instructions:
Do 13 questions from Part I and 5 questions from Part II.
permitted.
Show all work. Calculators are not
Part I. Answer any 13 questions (5 poin
Department of Mathematics
The City College of New York
Mathematics 19500
Final Examination
December 2005
Instructions: Show all work. Calculators are not permitted.
Please answer:
12 questions from P
Math 19000
Syllabus and Problem Guide
Spring 2006
Text: McKeague, Algebra with Trigonometry for College Students, Fifth edition, 2002 (Brooks/Cole)
Students need a scientific calculator. Graphing calc
Department of Mathematics
The City College of New York
Math 19000
Final Examination
Spring 2006
Instructions: Show all work. You may use a scientific calculator.
Answer 5 questions from Part I and 13
Department of Mathematics
Math 19000
The City College of New York
Final Examination
Spring 2005
Instructions: This Exam consists of two parts.
In Part I you must do all 5 questions.
In Part II choose
Department of Mathematics
Math 19000
The City College of New York
Final Examination
Fall 2006
Instructions: Show all work. You may use a scientific calculator.
There are 4 parts. In each part choose 5
Department of Mathematics
Math 19000
Final Examination
The City College of New York
Fall 2005
Instructions: Show all work. You may use a scientific calculator.
There are 4 parts. In each part choose 5
Math 19500
Department of Mathematics, CCNY
STUDENT SYLLABUS
Fall 2011
Course Supervisor: Prof. Stanley Ocken (212) 650 -5139 email: [email protected]
HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR TEXTBOOK
ALL STUDENTS: The re
Math 202
Part I
Final Exam
Spring,2008
Do all parts of the following six problems.
(1) Compute the derivative
(a)
dy
dx
for each of the following (18 points) :
y = 2arctan(3x) ;
(c) y = ln(
(b)
y = x2