Math 116
Exam 1
Winter 2010
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem
Math 116
Exam 3
Winter 2010
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem
Math 116
Exam 2
Fall 2013
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem b
Math 116
Exam 2
Winter 2010
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem
Math 116
Exam 1
Fall 2013
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem b
Math 116
Exam 3 Part 1
Fall 2013
Name:_ This is a closed book exam. For the questions in Part 1 you may use the formulas
handed out with the exam and a non-graphing calculator, but NOT a graphing calculator. Show all work and explain any
reasoning which i
Math 116
Exam 4
Winter 2013
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem
Math 116
Final Exam
Part 1
Fall 2013
Name:_ This is a closed book exam. For the question in Part 1 you may use the formulas
handed out with the exam and a non-graphing calculator, but NOT a graphing calculator. Show all work and explain any
reasoning whi
Math 116
Final Exam
Winter 2010
Name: _ You need to show how to do the calculations by hand even if your calculator can do them.
1. (12 points) Find.
2. The graphs of the circle r = 3/2 and the cardioid r = 1 + cos() are shown in the
xy-plane at the right
Math 116
Exam 4
Winter 2010
Name:_ _ This is a closed book exam. You may use a
calculator and the formulas handed out with the exam. You may find that your calculator can do some
of the problems. If this is so, you still need to show how to do the problem