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Review For Exam 2
The directions for the exam are as follows:
WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can for a maximal
score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1. The exam consists of 10 core problems and 2 extra-credit problems. If you
wish, you can
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NAME:
Solutions to Math 150 Practice Exam 3.2
Instructions: WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can
for a maximal score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1.
Find a simple expression for
[10 pts]
Solution:
2.
Find a simple expression for
[10 pts]
S
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Review For Exam 1
The directions for the exam are as follows:
WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can for a maximal
score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1. In other words, the exam consists of 10 core problems and 2 extra-credit
problems. If yo
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NAME:
Solutions to Math 150 Practice Exam 2.1
Instructions: WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can
for a maximal score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1.
Compute
where
[10 pts]
Solution:
Remark: Using the identity
2.
Compute
we can also write t
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NAME:
Solutions to Math 150 Practice Exam 3.1
Instructions: WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can
for a maximal score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1.
Find a simple expression for
[10 pts]
Solution:
2.
Find a simple expression for
[10 pts]
S
1
NAME:
Solutions to Math 150 Practice Exam 1.1
Instructions: WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can
for a maximal score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1.
Given that lim f ( x) 8 , lim g ( x) 3 , and lim h( x) 2 find
x 1
a) lim
x 1
x 1
x 1
f ( x
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Review For Exam 3
The directions for the exam are as follows:
WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can for a maximal
score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1. The exam consists of 10 core problems and 3 extra-credit problems. If you
wish, you can
1
NAME:
Solutions to Math 150 Practice Exam 1.2
Instructions: WRITE YOUR NAME CLEARLY. Do as many problems as you can
for a maximal score of 100. SHOW YOUR WORK!
1.
Calculate
[10 pts]
Solution: Method 1.
Method 2.
Simply observe that
is the definition of
Juliana Daza
Math 213 ENY1
Homework 1
Tell me the sources:
1. How many people are in the USA?
324,499,478 (United States Census Bureau)
2. How many can vote?
200,081,377 (Politico.com)
3. How many voted in the election of 2016?
128,824,246 (NY Times)
Home
STEWART
Department of Mathematics-Statistics Math 209-040
Addition Rule of Probability
(A) Determine whether these events are mutually exclusive.
1) Roll a die: get an even number and get a number less than 3
Not mutually exclusive
2) Roll a die: get a pr
Juliana Daza
Math 213 ENY1
Homework 5
Insurance company are interested in the average health cost each year for
their clients, so they can determine the cost of health insurance. What are
the population, sample, data, parameter and statistic?
Population:
1
Mahabub Alam
AP Calculus BC
Mr. Husbands
06/04/16
Pythagorean Theorem Paper
Pythagoras is often referred as the first pure mathematician and is a master of
mathematics. Pythagoras was born on the island of Samos in 570 BC at Greece, and he
died in 495 B
Jaquasia Barrett Professor T. Thomas Math 136
ANNIE EASLEY
Jaquasia Barrett Professor T. Thomas Math 136
Annie Easley was known as a Computer Engineer and Mathematician. She has
accomplished many things during her lifetime. Although she was independently
Monique Marshall
meccuny mth202-001
WeBWorK assignment WWSet2 is due : 04/18/2010 at 11:59am EDT. The URL http:/bvans.net/mth202 takes you to the course website which contains a lot of important information. To find references for the related theoretical