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42. a) The thermostat and furnace in a typical household is very comparable to the heating system within
the human body. This all begins within the hypothalamus which is
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units called nucleotides in a helical shape. In this model each nucleot
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a) Our population is still able to grow despite having a birthrate of 1.6 children per woman
is due to immigration. Although a birthrate of 2.1 is necessary to maintain a steady
popu
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The Chemical, Physical and Environmental Foundations of Biology
The Scientific Basis of Biology
Biological research
- Observation, experimental result, and generality
- Direct observation most productive way to study
The Scientific Method
- An investigati
Calculus 1000a (2015-2016, Section 9)
QUIZ #1 Sept. 23, 2015
20 minutes
Solution
Notes: Must show the basic steps or formulas to reach your answer. No marks for
giving the final answer only.
(1)
(5 marks) Find all values of x in the interval [, ] that sat
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Calculus 1500A
October 19th 2012
The University of Western Ontario
CALCULUS 1500A MIDTERM EXAM 2012
Name
:
Student Number
:
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Answer questions in the space provided.
2. Circle the correct answer for multiple choice questions.
3. In Part B,
Calculus 1500
Section numbers refer to the 7th edition of the text.
List of suggested exercises. (subject to change)
EXPONENTIAL, LOGARITHMIC AND TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
Exponentials
1.5
Appendix D
1.6
57
A32
69
5, 10-16, 17, 18
1, 3, odd # 5-11, 12, odd
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TEXTBOOK: Single Variable Calculus, seventh Edition, with Early Transcendentals, with Student
Soluti
1. Exercises
E. 0. Use the denition of limit to show that
1
lim 5x + 9 = 29
x4
E. 0. Use the denition of limit to show that
2
lim 5x + 9 = 9
x0
E. 0. Let
3
5,
x < 1,
f (x) = 2x,
x = 1,
10 + x, x > 1.
Evaluate each of the following:
(A) lim f (x) =
x1
(B)
Name : October 18th 2013
1. (3 points) If f(x) = m then:
A Domain 2 [0,4] , Range = [0,4]
Domain 2 [41,4] , Range 2 [0,4]
C. Domain 2 [—2, 2] , Range = [0, 4]
D. Domain 2 [—4,4] , Range 2 [0,2]
E. None of the above
2. (3 point) casket—1(3) =
I
«1+3?