TWO PRACTICE MIDTERMS
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1. Practice Midterm 1
Problem 1. Find the area enclosed between the curves y = x2 and y = x2/3 .
Problem 2. Evaluate
y = x.
RR
D (x + y
4 )dA
where D is bounded by y =
5
x and
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Problem 3. We want to compute 1 0 x(y+1)
Math32B Discussion Section Notes
Jiayin Guo
April 18, 2014
It is a growing note for Math32B. It is designed to be a supplement of what I said in
the discuss session. Thus all the answer will be provided but only some problems will be
given detailed soluti
Math 32B
Practice Final
1. Write down Greenes theorem including all hypothesis and its conclusion. Write down
the denitions of any terms which appear in the theorem.
Solution: See page 1009 in your textbook. Important terms to know are boundary
orientatio
MATH 32B, Section 3 - Practice Midterm One
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follow the following rules when preparing with this midterm:
1. This exam is meant to be 50
Math 32A Practice Midterm 1
February 5th, 2014
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Your SID:
There are four problems on this exam, each worth ten points. You have
fifty minutes. Good luck!
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Problem 1: Consider vectors v = h12, 3, 4i and u = h1, 2, 2i. Find
the projection of u on
Statistics 10
Introduction to Statistical Reasoning
Fall 2013
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Final Exam Sample
Math 32B/2, Spring 2014
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MATH 31B LECTURE 1 AND 3
PRACTICE MIDTERM
1
2
MATH 31B LECTURE 1 AND 3 PRACTICE MIDTERM
Problem 1. (Multiple choice, 10 pts) Evaluate the improper integral
Z 1
1
dx
1 x
Indicate your answer in the box below:
(a) 1; (b) 0; (c) 1; (d) integral diverges; (e)
Midterm Exam 2 Sample
Math 32B/2, Spring 2014
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Math 32B/2, Spring 2014
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M IDTERM 1
April 24, 2002
Instructions.
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32B Midterm 1 Solutions
1. Question 1
R x=1 R y=1
4
(a) Compute the following integral: x=0 y=x2/3 xey dydx.
Solution. We change the order of integration to compute the integral as follows:
Z y=1
Z y=1 Z x=y3/2
Z x=1 Z y=1
3/2
4
y4
y4
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(1/2)[x2 ]x=y
Math 32B, Summer 2016
Sample problems for Midterm
Exercise 1: Let D beRRthe region bounded by the coordinate axes and the line 2x + 3y = 12. Set up the
integral D f (x, y)dA as an iterated integral in the order dxdy and in the order dydx.
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MATH 32B
FIRST MIDTERM EXAMINATION
January, 26th 2009
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problem which is not accompanied by sufficient explanations. If you have a question about
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Math 32B, Lecture 4
Multivariable Calculus
Sample Final Exam
Instructions: You have three hours to complete the exam. There are ten problems, worth a
total of one hundred points. You may not use any books, notes, or calculators. Show all your
Work; partia
Math 32B, Lecture 4
Multivariable Calculus
Sample Final Exam
Instructions: You have three hours to complete the exam. There are ten problems, worth a
total of one hundred points. You may not use any books, notes, or calculators. Show all your
work; partia
1. (10 pts) Suppose a wire is wound along a cone in such a way that its
path is described by
~r(t) = ht2 , t cos t, t sin ti,
1t4
If the charge density (per unit length) along the wire is given by
y2 + z2
(x, y, z) = ,
x
find the total charge in the wire.
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Math 32B, Lecture 1
Wed, Nov 18, 2015
Midterm 2
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Tuesday:
Thursday:
1A
1B
TA: Zach Norwood
1C
1D
TA: Eric Auld
1E
1F
TA: Trent Hinkle
Instructions: Do not open this exam until instructed to d
W. Conley
Math 32B, Lecture 1
Mon, Oct 26, 2015
Midterm 1
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First Name:
Student ID:
Signature:
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Tuesday:
Thursday:
1A
1B
TA: Zach Norwood
1C
1D
TA: Eric Auld
1E
1F
TA: Trent Hinkle
Instructions: Do not open this exam until instructed to d
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its charge density (per unit area) at each point is
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Math 32B, Lecture 3
Fri, Apr 25, 2014
Midterm 1
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First Name:
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Tuesday:
Thursday:
3A
3B
TA: Ioannis Lagkas-Nikolos
3C
3D
TA: Fei Xie
3E
3F
TA: Sangchul Lee
Instructions: Do not open this exam until instruc
1. (10 points) Consider the curve C parametrized by
rot):(t~2)i+(t2—5)j+m/t—1k, 23t<5.
Compute the line integral / F - dr Where
C
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F(w,y,z) = <y2 +
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picture!)
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1. (10 pts) Suppose a Wire is wound along a cone in such a way that its
path is described by
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If the Charge density (per unit length) along the Wire is given by
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find the total Charge in the Wire.
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