Math 101 , quiz 1
September 24, 2012, Section 10
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QUESTION: Determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is true, explain
why? If it is false, explain why or give an example that disproves the statement
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Math 101 S11N01 - Quiz 1
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(1) [5] The population of a certain town is growing at a decreasing rate of r (t) people per year. Using
the following data for r (t), give lower and upper estimates for the change in population over the time
period t = 0 to
Math 101 - Test 1 Jan 26 2011
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MGT1382 Statistics
Summer 2010
Midterm Examination
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MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2016
Midterm Examination
Instructor: Gerhard Trippen
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Thursday, June 23, 2016
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA
MMPA Program
MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2012
Midterm Examination
Instructor: Gerhard Trippen
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA
MMPA Program
MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2011
Midterm Examination
Instructor: Gerhard Trippen
Date:
Time:
Venue:
Monday, June 27, 2011
9:00am12:00noon
SE 1142
Your answers will be graded according to correctnes
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA
MMPA Program
MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2013
Midterm Examination
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Time:
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Monday, June 24, 2013
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IB 120
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MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2014
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IB 150
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Statistics
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Problem 1:
a) Here is a small part of the data set in which CyberStat Corporation records information about
its employees.
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Job Type
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Smith
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MGT1382 Statistics for Managers
Summer 2015
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Friday, June 26, 2015
9:00am12:00noon
L1230
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Math 101 S11N01 - Quiz 1
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(1) [5] The following limit represents the area under the graph of a certain function f (x) over a certain
interval [a, b]. Determine f (x) and [a, b]:
n
X
i
lim
tan
n!1
6n
6n
i=1
(2) [5] The population of a certain town
Math 101
Second Midterm Exam
April 30, 2011
12.30 - 14:30
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The exam consists of 5 questions of equal weight.
Read the questions carefully.
Solutions, not answers, get points. Show all your work in well-organized
mathe
MATH101: HOMEWORK IV: Spring 2011
For all Sections
(Due April 11th week: rst hour of the last lecture day)
QUESTIONS:
1. Evaluate the following indenite integrals:
(1.a)
1 x2
1
dx
x3
x2
(1.b)
SOLUTION (1.a) Let u =
1x2
.
x2
2
Then we get du = x3 dx which
Math 101, All sections, Homework #5 (Spring 2011)
Due to the week starting May 9, at the rst hour of the last lecture day that week.
Question 1.
(a) Find the length of the curve
0x
y = ln cos x,
.
4
Solution: y = tan x, hence
Z
/4
L=
/4
Z
p
1 + y 2 dx =
0
Math 101
First Midterm Exam
March 12, 2011
12.30 - 14:30
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The exam consists of 5 questions of equal weight.
Read the questions carefully.
Solutions, not answers, get points. Show all your work in well-organized
mathem
MATH101: HOMEWORK I: Spring 2011
Solutions
(Due February 14th week: rst hour of the last lecture day)
QUESTIONS:
1. (a) prove that
|x|
x0 x
lim
does not exists.
Solution:
lim
+
x0
|x|
x
= lim
= lim 1 = 1
x0+ x
x0+
x
,
lim
x0
x
|x|
= lim
= lim 1 = 1,
+
x0
Math 101
Final Exam
May 23, 2011
15:30 - 17:30
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The exam consists of 5 questions of equal weight.
Please read the questions carefully.
Show all your work in legibly written, well-organized mathematical
se
Math 101, All sections, Homework #2 (Spring 2011)
Due to the week starting February 28, at the rst hour of the last lecture day that week.
Question 1.
(a) Find an equation of the tangent to the curve y =
(1, 1).
x at the point (x0 , y0 ) =
(b) The height
MATH 101: HOMEWORK 3: Spring 2011
For all Sections
(Due on the week of March 28: rst hour of the last lecture day)
1a. Let f (x) = x2/3 (x2 4). Find the open intervals on which f is increasing and
decreasing and identify the extrema of f and the points wh