Math 1120, Section 2
Calculus
Test 3
April 10, 2013
Name
The total number of points available is 145. Throughout this test, show your
work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas discussed in class will generally result
in no credit.
( 4)(
1. (25 points)
Math 1120
Calculus
Section 6, Test 2
October 24, 2013
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 171.
Throughout this test, show your work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas
discussed in class will generally result in
Math 1120, Section 2
Calculus
Test 2
February 27, 2013
Name
The total number of points available is 151. Throughout this test, show your
work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas discussed in class will generally result
in no credit.
1. (12 points) Let
Math 1120, Section 6
Calculus
Test 3
November 15, 2012
Name
The total number of points available is 158. Throughout this test, show your
work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas discussed in class will generally result
in no credit. In general you sho
Math 1120
Calculus, section 6
Test 3
November 21, 2013
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 153.
Throughout this test, show your work. Using a calculator or a technique like
Lhospitals Rule to circumvent ideas discuss
Math 1120
Calculus, section 6
Test 2
October 25, 2012
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 145.
Throughout this test, show your work.
1. (30 points) Let f (x) = 3x4 + 4x3 72x2 + 2.
(a) Find the critical points of f .
Math 1120
Calculus, section 2
Test 1
February 6, 2013
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 149.
Throughout this test, show your work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas
discussed in class will generally result in
Math 1120, Section 6
Calculus
Final Exam
December 11, 2012
Name
The total number of points available is 293. Throughout this test, show your
work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas discussed in class will generally result
in no credit.
1. (20 points)
Math 1120
Calculus, Fall 2013
Final Exam
December 10, 2013
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 280.
Throughout this test, show your work. Using a calculator or a technique like
Lhospitals Rule to circumvent ideas dis
Math 1120, Section 2
Calculus
Final Exam
May 8, 2013
Name
The total number of points available is 297. Throughout this test, show your
work. Using a calculator to circumvent ideas discussed in class will generally result
in no credit.
1. (30 points) Limit
Math 1120
Calculus, section 6
Test 1
October 3, 2013
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 171.
Throughout this test, for full credit you must show your work. Using a calculator
to circumvent ideas discussed in class w
Math 1120
Calculus, section 6
Test 1
October 2, 2012
Name
The problems count as marked. The total number of points available is 169.
Throughout this test, show your work.
1. (10 points) Find the exact value of |5 2 7| + |1 4 2| |9 2 11|.
Solution: |5 2 7|