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Comments on Grades
The overall results of this year's exam were an improvement of those last year with 32% of student's
getting a first (70% and above). The distribution of grades was as follows
A (70-100) : 32%
B (60-69): 30%
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4CCM111A Calculus I January 2012 Solutions
total possible marks: 70(A, 14x5) + 70(B, 5x14) = 140
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All these qu
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A1: D)
A2: B)
A3: C)
A4: A)
A5: D)
A6: A)
A7: B)
A8: B)
A9: C)
A10: E)
A11: A)
A12: D)
B13: Try for n=1,n=2,n=3 and it gives you a=1/2, b=0 and c=0, and
then proof the claim by induction.
B14: substitute y=x^2-1 and the limit is 3/2;
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CM111A Calculus I Resit August 2007 Solutions
total possible marks: 70(A, 14x5) + 70(B, 5x14) = 140
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0 for a blank answer. Put the correct letter in the box.
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CM111A
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CM111A Calculus I Summer 2007 Solutions
total possible marks: 70(A, 14x5) + 70(B, 5x14) = 140
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CM111A CALCULUS I CLASS TEST II SOLUTIONS
October 24, 2005
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1. Let z be a complex number. Im(z) is equal to:
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CM111A CALCULUS I CLASS TEST III SOLUTIONS
November 14, 2005
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1. arcsin(sin(22/5) is equal to:
answer: 2/5
2. If t = tan(), then (1 t2 )/(1 + t2 ) is equal to :
answer: cos
CM111A CALCULUS I CLASS TEST I SOLUTIONS
October 10, 2005
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k
1. Dene the sum S = n ( n ). Which of the following is true?
k=1
n1
answer: S = k=0 ( k+1 )
n
2. The complex nu
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CM111A CALCULUS I CLASS TEST I SOLUTIONS
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k=1 n
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