MATH 1013 A pplied C alculus S ection A Fall 2012
T est 3/ N ovember 26, 2012
10-No.:
S tudent Name:
Y ou have 50 m inutes t o s olve t he f ollowing p roblems: S how y our c omplete
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Hamlet Quotation Test
Sharumilan Vijayaratnam
How all occasions do inform against me
And spur my dull revenge! What is a man,
If his chief good and market of his time
Be but to sleep and feed? a beast, no more.
Sure he that made us with such large discour
Hamlet Cause and Effect Essay
Hamlets Soliloquy Act IV, Scene IV, 31-65
Sharumilan Vijayaratnam
Wherever there is an action, there lies a consequence. The tale of William Shakespeares tragic
play, Hamlet revolves around this theme. The story follows a you
Example of Dramatic
Irony from Acts I & II
During Act 1 there is a scene that
demonstrates dramatic irony,
which is at the beginning of
Scene 5. Hamlet enters the room
and his fathers ghost appears.
The ghost tells Hamlet how his
death was not an accident
The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
Poetry Essay
Sharumilan Vijayaratnam
And the Raven, never flitting, still is sitting And his eyes have all the seeming of a demon's
that is dreaming And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor. Shall be li
Exam 1 Key
Spring 2004
Math 201
1. Evaluate the following limit
lim
x0
1
1
2
x x +x
Answer:
1
1
2
x x +x
lim
x0
=
lim
x0
=
lim
x0
x
+x
1
x+1
x2
= 1
2. In the theory of relativity, the Lorentz contraction formula
L = L0
1
v2
c2
expresses the length L of
MATH 1013
APPLIED CALCULUS I, Winter 2013
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Final Exam 16 April 2013, 19:00-22:00
No other aids except a non-graphing calculator is allowed.
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. Questions carry equal marks. In every question it is essential to
explain you
MATH 1013
APPLIED CALCULUS I, WINTER 2011
SECTION M:
Professor Szeto
NAME:
STUDENT #:
Final Exam 21 April 2011, 19:00-22:00
No other aids except a non-graphing calculator is allowed.
ANSWER AS MANY QUESTIONS AS YOU CAN. All questions carry equal marks. In
MATH 1013 3.0 F2014 Section E
Applied Calculus I
Course Description: Introduction to the theory and applications of both differential and integral
calculus. Limits. Derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Riemann sums, definite
integrals and
MATH 1013 Applied Calculus Section E Fall 2014
Test 3/ November 28, 2014
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Student Name: lD-No.:
You have 50 minutes to solve the following problems: Show your complete
work. No calculator is allowed on this test! Permitted: 1 help sheet of
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MATH 1013
APPLIED CALCULUS I, FALL 2009
SECTIONS
NAME:
STUDENT #:
A: Professor Szeptycki
B: Professor Toms
C: Professor Szeto
SECTION:
Final Exam: Sat 12 Dec 2009, 09:00-12:00
No aid (e.g. calculator, written notes) is allowed.
ANSWER AS MANY QUESTIONS AS
MATH 1013 SECTION A: Professor Heernan
APPLIED CALCULUS 1, FALL 2010 SECTION B: Professor Szeto
NAME:
STUDENT #:
Final Exam 13 December 2010, 19:00-22:00
No other aids except a nongraphing calculator is allowed.
ANSWER AS MANY QUESTIONS AS YOU CAN. All qu
MATH 1013 Applied Calculus Section E Fall 2014
Test 1! October 3, 2014
Student Name: lD-No.:
You have 50 minutes to solve the following problems: Show your complete
work. No calculator is allowed on this test! Permitted: 1 help sheet of
standard letter si
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MATH 1013 Applied Calculus Section E Fall 2014
Test 2! November 5, 2014
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work. No calculator is allowed on this test! Permitted: 1 help sheet of
s
Test 1 in MATH 1013, Applied Calculus I, Section E, is scheduled for
Oct 3, 9.30-10.20 am (50 min) in Curtis Lecture Hall (CLH) F.
Allowed aids: 1 help sheet of standard letter size with your notes and formulas.
NO CALCULATOR (graphical or non-graphical)
YORK UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Science and Engineering
AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.0 C
Optimization Problem
1. Two industrial plants, A and B, are located 18 km apart, and each day emit 80 ppm
(parts per million) and 720 ppm of particulate matter, respectively. Plant A
Weekly tutorials are scheduled for MATH 1013 on Fridays at
1:30-3:30 pm in
Stedman Lecture Hall (SLH) C.
More help is available in the Math/Stat Lab daily from 10:30 am 3:30 pm in the
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Solutions - Test 1
Math 1013 - Section C - York University
Sept. 30, 2016
1. (10 pts) Find the largest domain of f (x) = ln(x2 4).
Answer: We can represent f (x) as a composition of function, g(x) = ln(x), and h(x) = x2 4,
so f (x) = g h(x) = ln(x2 4). He
Solutions - Test 2 - Grading Scheme
Math 1013 - Section C - York University
Nov. 4, 2016
1. (10 pts) For the function f (x) = x2 , calculate f 0 (2) from the definition of the derivative.
Answer: The definition of the derivative is given by
f (x + h) f (x
First Class Test February 1, 2013.
MATH1014 Section N
Name:
Surname:
Student Number:
Question
1
Mark Obtained
(a)
(b)
(a)
(b)
2
3
(c)
Total Mark
Attempt all questions.
There are 8 pages.
Use the blank pages provided and the backs of numbered pages for