MATH 267 Spring 2017
Midterm Exam 2 Version 1
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Calculators are allowed but should be used for numerical computation only.
Show all your work in a legible way. Integrals must be evaluated by hand.
Each problem is worth 10 points
MATH 267 Spring 2017
Midterm Exam 3 Practice problems (1)
Problem 1. Find the general solution of the following equation about the ordinary point a: = O.
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MATH 266 Section A Spring 2016
Midterm Exam 1 02/17/2016
Time limit: 50 minutes.
Student name:
Note: Calculators are allowed but no textbook or notes. You must show all steps of calculation (legibly!).
Each problem is worth 10 points.
Total score:
/50.
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MATH 266 Fall 2016
Midterm Exam 2 11/04/2016
Time limit: 50 minutes.
Student name:
Note: Calculators are allowed but no textbook or notes. You must show all steps of calculation (legibly!).
Each problem is worth 10 points.
Total score:
/50.
Problem 1. Fin
MATH 266 Section A Spring 2016
Midterm Exam 2 04/01/2016
Time limit: 50 minutes.
Student name:
Note: Calculators are allowed but no textbook or notes. You must show all steps of calculation (legibly!).
Each problem is worth 10 points.
Total score:
/50.
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MATH 266 Fall 2016
Midterm Exam 1 09/30/2016
Time limit: 50 minutes.
Student name:
Note: Calculators are allowed but should be used for numerical calculations only. Integrals must be
evaluated by hand. Show your work in a legible way. Each problem is wort
MATH 267 SPRING 2017
FINAL EXAM - Practice problems
Problem 1. Find the general solution of the differential equation:
y ln x
y+1 2
dx
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dy
x
Problem 2. Find the solution of the initial value problem:
xy 0 + y = ex ,
y(1) = 2.
Problem 3. Find the gener
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For what values of x can these three values
be side lengths of a triangle?
x, 4x+1, 2x+19
(where x>0)
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Circular Orientation
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Definitions
Linear Pair
Closed disk
Right Angle
Supplementary
Perpendicular Li
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union of the geometric sets.
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Provide the Drawing / Venn Diagram
Usual Drawing
Venn Diagram
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Provide the Drawing / Venn Diagram
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Venn Diagram
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Homework Answers
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Next figure?
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Reflections
Fixed Object: the original and its reflection are the same shape and
in the same location.
Draw a fixed object and its line of reflection on your paper.
Notation for r
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Equivalence Relations
Relations are equivalence relations if they have the following
properties:
Reflexive
Symmetric
Transitive
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The Parallelism Relation
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Initial Value/Condition Practice
Solve the initial value problem.
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dx 2 x
ds
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