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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Prepare a frequency distribution with a column for intervals and frequencies.
1) Use five intervals, starting with 0 -
Exam #4
Mat 218
Chapter 7-8
Fall 2016
Name _ Bayes Thm
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Exam #2
Mat 218
Chapter 2
Fall 2016
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Do not forget to use appropriate units when applicable.
1. Bobs Scooters charges a daily fee plus a mileage fee for renting its scooters. Billy was charged $11.50 for 3 days
and 50 miles, while Mary was charged $
Exam #5
Mat 218
Chapter 9-18
Fall 2016
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Do not forget to use appropriate units when applicable. Round all answers to the nearest hundredth if
necessary
For questions 1-3 use the following data.
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Math 220 Exam 4 (Practice)
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x
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3
3. Let f (x) = sin x.
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(b) Find lower and upper bounds for the area under the curve.
(c) Find the exact value of the
Math 220 Exam 3 (Practice)
1. For each function f (x), find the domain, critical numbers, relative and
absolute extrema, increasing and decreasing intervals, inflection points,
and asymptotes if there are any, then sketch the graph.
(a) x2 + ln x
(b) x +
Math 220 Exam 1 (Practice)
1. (a) State the two definitions of the derivative.
(b) For each definition, draw the graph.
(c) Use one of the definitons to find the derivative of f (x) =
1
.
x
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Math 220 Final Exam (Practice)
1. f (x) =
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. Find f 0 (x) from the definition.
x
2. xy 2 + x3 y = 6.
(a) Show that the point (1, 2) is on the curve.
(b) Find an equation for the line tangent to the curve at (1, 2).
3. The area of a circle is increasing a
Math 220 Exam 2 (Practice)
In problems 1-5, find y 0 .
1. y =
x
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x+1
2. y = ex cos 2x.
3. y = sec (x2 + 1).
4. y = 23x .
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Math 227 Chapter 4 Review
Topics
1) Proofs by example/counterexample
2) Direct Proofs
3) Proofs by Contradiction
o Correctly finding a statements negation
4) Proofs by Contraposition
o Correctly finding a statements contrapositive
5) Finding mistakes in p
MAT227
Section 2.4
Section 3.1
4, 8, 12, 17, 21, 23, 25
1, 10, 16 (b, d, f), 29
August 31, 2016
Section 2.4
4) Give the output signals for the circuit in 4 if the input signals are as indicated.
input signals: P = 0, Q = 0, R = 0
The output of the OR-gate
Math 227 Chapter 4 Review
Topics
1) Proofs by example/counterexample
2) Direct Proofs
3) Proofs by Contradiction
o Correctly finding a statements negation
4) Proofs by Contraposition
o Correctly finding a statements contrapositive
5) Finding mistakes in p
MAT227
Section: 2.1, Problems: 8, 17, 31, 33, 35, 52
Section: 2.2, Problems: 17, 20(b, e), 21, 22(b, e), 23(b, e), 25, 27
August 29, 2016
Section 2.1
8) Write the statements in 69 in symbolic form using the symbols , and
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Math 227 Chapter 3 Review
Topics
1) Predicates
2) The Universal Quantifier
o Universal Statement: , ()
o Negations of Universal Statements
o Proving Universal Statements by Exhaustion
o Disproving Universal Statements by Counterexample
3) The Existential
Math 227 Chapter 3 Review
Topics
1) Predicates
2) The Universal Quantifier
o Universal Statement: , ()
o Negations of Universal Statements
o Proving Universal Statements by Exhaustion
o Disproving Universal Statements by Counterexample
3) The Existential
Math 227 Chapter 2 Review
Topics
1) Logical Form
2) Truth Tables
3) Logical equivalence
o Laws of equivalence
o Determining logical equivalence
4) Conditional Statements
o Negations
o Contrapositive
o Converse
o Inverse
5) Valid and Invalid Arguments
o Co
Problem Set 4
Directions:
1. Solve the following problems. Hand write your solutions and explanations on your
own paper. Do not write answers on this page.
2. Show your work AND explain your reasoning using complete English sentences.
3. You must write yo
.dath 240 Chapter 15 Methods of Integration
75 points
No Work = No Credit
Please read the questions carefully and follow all instructions.
1. (8 points each) Evaluate the following integrals.
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Math 240
Chapter 12 Sample Questions
You MUST use correct vector notation where appropriate.
This IS NOT intended to be a complete list of possible questions but intended to give you an
indication of the types of questions asked on previous exams.
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MAT 240
Chapter 14 Part I Sample Questions
This IS NOT intended to be a complete list of possible questions but intended to give you an
indication of the types of questions asked on previous exams.
You must use Calc III techniques.
Review your work in Web
Chapter 14 Part I Sample Questions
MAT 240
This IS NOT intended to be a complete list of possible questions but intended to give you an
indication of the types of questions asked on previous exams.
You must use Calc III techniques.
Review your work in Web
MAT 240
Chapter 13 Sample Questions
You MUST use correct vector notation where appropriate.
This IS NOT intended to be a complete list of possible questions but intended to give you
an indication of the types of questions asked on previous exams.
You MUST
Math 240 Chapter 12 Spring 2017 Name f
100 Points [3
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must be neat, organized and labeled Read questions carefully and follow all instructions
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Math 240 Chapter 14 Exam Part 11 Name Likl
SHOW ALL WORK
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Chapter 15 Methods of Integration Review
The following is representative of the types of problems you should be prepared to do for the Chapter 15 Methods of
Integration exam.
Study your homework.
Some integrals you will need to evaluate others you will ju
Chapter 15 Review
The following is representative of what you should be prepared to do for the Applications of Integration
exam.
Note that you will not be required to do ALL of these types of problems, but a subset of problems.
Study your homework.
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.dath 240 Chapter 14 Multiple Integrals Only Name M I91
80 points
No Work = No Credit
Please read the questions carefully and follow all instructions.
1. (8 points each) Evaluate the following integrals. @NT: Order of Integration must occasionally. be
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