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. Calculators are not permitted .
Part I. Answer any 13 questions (
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 permitted
, e , ln , and fractions.
Leave your answers in
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 points each)
1. Solve the inequality 2 + 3 x 4 . Write your
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 Part I (5 points each)
5 questions from Part II (5 poin
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 calculators are not permitted for use on examinations.
Syll
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 questions from Part II.
Part I. Answer any 5 questions
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 any 5 complete questions.
A scientific calculator is re
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 questions. Each question is worth
5 points.
In your an
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 questions.
Each question is worth 5 points.
Part I. Ch
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 required text for this course is Stewart-Redlin-Watson Pr
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 + xx ;
x4 + 3x).
(2) Compute each of the following int