MATH123 CALCULUS I for Engineers
Lab Section: L
Solution Key for Quiz 4 (12 pts)
1. Evaluate the following limits. If it does not exist, is the limit , , or neither?
Explain.
3x + 5
(a) (3 pts) lim
= lim
x
9x2 x 2 x
5
x
x
2
x2 9 2 2
x
x
x 3+
5
x
=
1
2
9

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MATH123 CALCULUS I for Engineers
Lab Section: L
Solution Key for Quiz 3 (12 pts)
1. (3 pts) Find the value of sin
sin
sin
11
12
11
12
= sin
= sin
since sin is an odd function.
= sin
12
12
3 1
1 1
31
= sin cos sin cos =
=
3
4
4
3
2
2
2 2
2 2
sin
= s

MATH123 CALCULUS I for Engineers
Lab Section: L
Solution Key for Quiz 1 (12 pts)
1. (3 pts) Sketch the
x1
0
f (x) =
x2
2. (3 pts) If f (x) =
graph of
if 2 x 1
if 1 < x 3
. Clearly label your graph.
if x > 3
1 2x and g(x) =
and specify its domain.
(f g)

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