Math 242,
Final Exam,
Spring 2010
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Math 242, Fall 1994, Final Exam
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There are 15 problems on 9 pages. Problem 1 is worth 16 points each. Each of the
other problems is worth 6 points. The exam is worth a total of 100 points. SHOW
your work. CIRCLE your answer.
CHECK your ans
Math 242, Exam 2, Fall 2012
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provided. If possible: turn the problems in order (use as much paper as necessary),
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Math 242, Exam 2, Summer 2012
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Math 242,
Exam 2,
Spring 2012
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Math 242,
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Math 242, 1993, Final Exam
There are 10 problems. Each problem is worth 15 points. SHOW your work.
CIRCLE your answer. CHECK your answers.
1. State the Existence and Uniqueness Theorem about linear dierential equations
of second order.
2. Find ALL solutio
Math 242, Spring 1994, Final Exam
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problem is worth 15 points.
1. Find one nontrivial solution of tx 2x + tx = 0 with x(0) = 0 .
2. Solve the initial value problem x + 5x + 4x = f (t) , x(0) = x
Math 242, 1990, Final Exam
There are 6 problems worth a total of 200 points. Use your own paper. SHOW your work.
BOX your answer.
1. (30 points) Find the general solution of
y + y = ex .
2. (30 points) Find the general solution of
y + y = e5x .
3. (35 poi
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There are 6 problems on 3 pages. Problems 3 and 4 are worth 9 points each. Each of the
other problems is worth 8 points. The exam is worth a. total of 50 points. SHOW your
work. CIRCLE your answer. CHECK your
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There are 7 problems on 4 pages. Problem 2 is worth 8 points. Each of the other problems
is worth 7 points. The exam is worth a total of 50 points. SHOWr your work. CIRCLE
your answer.
1. State the Existence and
Math 242, Final Exam, Spring 2013
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Math 242,
Final Exam,
Spring 2012
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Math 242, Final Exam, Fall 2012
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1.5: Exponential Functions
1.6: Inverse Functions and Logarithms
Dr. Charity Watson
MATH 1060
Clemson University
Dr. Watson
MATH 1060: 1.5 & 1.6
1.5 - Exponential Functions
Law of Exponents
Law of Exponents
For any positive integers m and n and any real n
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the type of each.
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