MAT 137Y: Calculus!
Problem Set 1
Due on Friday, September 30, 2016 by 3pm
1. Negate the following statement without using any negative words (no, not,
none, etc.):
Every MAT137 student who was born in a Canadian province with a
name that starts with a le

MAT137Y, 2010-2011 Winter Session, Solutions to Term Test 1
1. Evaluate the limits which exist. (Do not prove them using the formal definition of limit.
You may not use LHopitals Rule.)
tan(3x2 ) + sin2 (5x)
(a) (8%) lim
x!0
x2
Note that
tan(3x2 )
sin(3

Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto
Term Test 1 - November 10, 2010
MAT137Y, Calculus!
Time Alloted: 1 hour 50 minutes
1. Evaluate the limits which exist. (Do not prove them using the formal definition of limit.
You may not use LHopitals Rule

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CSC108H
Syllabus On-Campus Sections (L0101, L0102, L0201, L5101)
Fall 2016
Welcome to CSC108H! This course provides an Introduction to Computer Programming. By the end of this
course, you should be comfortable programming in Python, understan

Mutability and Aliasing
2016-10-07, 2:45 PM
Mutability and Aliasing
Mutability
We say that lists are mutable: they can be modified. All the other types we have seen so far (str, int, float
and bool) are immutable: they cannot be modified.
Here are several

Type list
2016-10-07, 10:40 AM
Type list
Overview
Our programs will often work with collections of data. One way to store these collections of data is using
Python's type list.
The general form of a list is:
[expr1, expr2, ., exprN]
For example, here is a

MAT 137Y: Calculus!
Problem Set 4
Due by 3pm on Friday, November 18, 2016 online via crowdmark
Instructions:
For instructions on how to submit online, see http:/uoft.me/137CM
You will need to submit the answer to each question separately.
Before you att

list Methods
list
2016-10-07, 10:38 AM
Methods
Methods
A method is a function inside an object. You can find out the methods in type list by typing dir(list).
Modifying Lists
The table below contains methods that modify lists.
Method
Description
Example
l

MAT 137Y: Calculus!
Problem Set 2.
Due by 3pm on Friday, October 14, 2016 online via crowdmark
Instructions:
For instructions on how to submit online, see http:/uoft.me/137CM
You will need to submit the answer to each question separately.
Before you att

MAT 137Y: Calculus!
Problem Set 1
Due on Friday, September 30, 2016 by 3pm
Instructions:
You need to submit this assignment electronically. If you write your
solutions by hand, you may scan them (there are free scanners in the
Robarts library for you to