Math 1012: QRMS Name:
Quiz 2
Feb. 17, 2012
2B 65 Suppose that a fuel-efficient German car travels an average of 26 kilometers on 1 liter of gasoline. If gasoline costs 1.50 euros per liter, how much will it cost to drive 300 kilometers? Solution: We have
Math 150
Final Exam
Fall 2005
[25] 1. Find the following limits. You must show all your work. a)
x 7 x 2
lim
2 + x + 3x 2 + 6x - 1
d)
b)
2x x 0 sin 5 x lim
e)
x+5 -3 x-4 x 4 tan + h - 1 4 lim h h 0 lim
c)
x4 x 2 - 6x + 8
lim
x 2 - x - 12
[10] 2. Use the d
Math 150 FINAL EXAM Spring 2006 [18] 1. Find the following limits. You must show all your work. x2 - 8x + 15 a) lim 2 x3 x + x - 12 tan 3x b) lim x0 x c) lim (x - x2 - 2x + 5)
x
[10] 2. USING THE DEFINITION of derivative find the derivative of f (x) =
x -
Math 1012: QRMS Name:
Quiz 1
Feb. 6, 2012
1A 27 In the following argument, (a) identify the premise(s) and conclusion, (b) explain why the argument is deceptive, and (c) identify the type of fallacy it represents. Everyone loves Shakespeare, because his p
Math 1012: QRMS Name:
Quiz 3
Mar. 2, 2012
4B 69 Use the formula for continuous compounding to compute the balance in the following account after 5 years. Also, find the APY for the account. A $7000 dollar deposit in an account with an APR of 4.5%. Solutio
MATH 115a, PROJECT 1
MILESTONE 1
DUE 02/17/12
1. Compute the expected value of a loan work out for your teams particular borrowers loan.
Use only the full and default values of his or her loan, and the probabilities of a
successful or failed work out, bas
Business Mathematics I
Project 2: Stock Option Pricing
Milestone #2
Directions: Answer each question thoroughly. If the question involves a calculation, show the
basic steps of the calculation, and then explain what the result means
1. (i) Plot bar and li
MATH 115a, PROJECT 1
MILESTONE 2
DUE _
1. Let Y, T, and C be the events that a randomly selected borrower from Acadia Bank has the
same number of years experience, has the same educational level, and is facing the same
economic conditions, respectively, a