CALCULUS II
Test 1A
8 Feb 2106
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems.
1.
Find the area of the region of the plane bounded by the graphs of = 2 and = 2.
2.
Let R be the region in Quadrant I bounded by the gra
10/2/2017
Section 2.3 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
Assignment: Section 2.3 Homework
Of the eighth graders at the Paxton School, 16 played basketball, 9 played volleyball, 10 playe
10/5/2017
Section 4.2
Submit Assignment
Sec on 4.2
Due Monday by 11:59pm
Points 5
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Use a factor tree to find the prime factorization of 2205.
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10/2/2017
Section 2.3 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
Assignment: Section 2.3 Homework
In a fraternity with 41 members, 18 take mathematics, 5 take both mathematics and physics, and
10/2/2017
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Section 3.1 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
Assignment: Section 3.1 Homework
If the cornerstone represents when a building was built and it reads MDCCCLXXVI, when was the b
10/2/2017
Section 1.1 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
Assignment: Section 1.1 Homework
Use Gauss's approach to find the following sums (do not use formulas).
a. 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + . + 9
10/2/2017
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Section 2.3 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
In a survey of 1120 investors, it was determined that
690 invested in stocks, 615 in bonds and 330 in both stocks
and bonds.
a.
10/2/2017
Section 1.2 Homework-Jaci Kimbro
Student: Jaci Kimbro
Date: 10/2/17
Instructor: Sara Cooper
Course: MATH 1350 online
Assignment: Section 1.2 Homework
Find the first five terms in sequences with the following nth terms.
2
a. 3n + 1
b. 7n + 5
n
c.
CALCULUS II
Test 4B
11 April 2016
Name:_
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS! Show your work. Box your answers. In problems 5 to 11, express
your answers in sigma notation and write out the first four nonzero terms. Assume = 0.
1.
Find the third Taylor polynomial of
CALCULUS II
Test 4A
11 April 2016
Name:_
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS! Show your work. Box your answers. In problems 5 to 11, express
your answers in sigma notation and write out the first four nonzero terms. Assume = 0.
1.
Find the third Taylor polynomial of
CALCULUS II
Test 2B
29 Feb 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems. In problems 1
to 9, find the indefinite integral.
1.
8.
2
+9
2
2.
2 1
9.
+2
2
+4
5
In problems 10 and 11, find the limit.
3
+ 3
3.
CALCULUS II
Test 2A
29 Feb 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems. In problems 1
to 9, find the indefinite integral.
1.
8.
2
+4
2
2.
2 1
9.
+5
2
+ 25
2
+ 2
4
In problems 10 and 11, find the limit.
CALCULUS II
Test 5A
2 May 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems.
1.
Find an equation of the parabola
that has focus (4,2) and directrix = 0.
2
2
2.
Sketch the graph of + 4 = 4.
Plot and label intercepts
CALCULUS II
Test 5B
2 May 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems.
1.
Find an equation of the parabola
that has focus (4,2) and directrix = 0.
2
2
2.
Sketch the graph of + 9 = 9.
Plot and label intercepts
CALCULUS II
Test 3B
23 March 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems. In problems 1
and 2, find the limit (if it exists).
1.
6 + 3
lim
92
+ 6 + 3
2.
(ln )2
lim
3.
Find the sum:
5
( )
6
In problems 7 to
CALCULUS II
Test 3A
23 March 2016
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems. In problems 1
and 2, find the limit (if it exists).
1.
2 + 1
lim
42
2.
lim
3.
+ 2 + 1
ln
Find the sum:
4
( )
5
In problems 7 to 12:
CALCULUS II
Test 1B
8 Feb 2106
Name:_
Show your work. Box your answers. I will count the best ten of twelve problems.
1.
Find the area of the region of the plane bounded by the graphs of = 2 and = 3.
2.
Let R be the region in Quadrant I bounded by the gra
10/5/2017
Section 4.1
Sec on 4.1
Due Monday by 11:59pm
Points 5
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This is similar to #2:
Without using a calculator, test 853,908 for divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11. Be sure to show your work to justify your
answer