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I expect you can solve any problem given on the rst two midterms, so consider those exams as part of this review.
updated March 11, 2011
1. (a) Find an equation of the line through the
Math 3C Fall 2013 Exam 1 version B
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Math 3C Fall 2013 Exam 1 version A
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MATH 3C HW #1
1) (a) Is 72 N? (b) Is (7)2 N?
2) Is ( 17)2 R?
3) (a) Evaluate 62 + 82 . (b) What is ( x + y)2 ?
4) Give an example of a rational number and an irrational number between 4.3
and 4.4
5) Give an example of two irrationals whose product is rati
MATH 4C HW #1 Solutions
1) Is 72 N?
No, 72 = 49 which is negative.
2) Is (7)2 N?
Yes, (7)2 = 49 N.
3) Is ( 17)2 R?
No, 17 is undened, so ( 17)2 is also undened. Therefore, its not real.
(Were not using complex numbers)
4) Give an example of a rational num
MATH 3C HW #2
Simplify the following expressions. If its undened, say so or write DNE (does not exist)
1) (a) 42 + 24 (b) 31 13
0
0
(b) (c)
0
0
2
3) (a) ( 3 + 12) (b) 5 20
2) (a)
4) (a) 1002 992 (you dont need a calculator) (b) 240 239 238
Solve the fo
MATH 3C HW #2 Solutions
Simplify the following expressions. If its undened, say so or write DNE (does not exist)
1) (a) 42 + 24 = 16 + 16 = 0 (Notice 42 = 16 but (4)2 = 16)
(b) 31 13 = 3 1 = 2
2) (a) undened (DNE) since we cant divide by 0
(b) undened sin
MATH 3C Midterm 1
Instructions
1) Write your Name, PID, Section (TA) on the front of your blue book.
2) No notes, calculators, or other electronic devices are allowed during the exam.
3) Write your solutions clearly in your blue book.
a) Carefully indicat
MATH 3C HW #3
Book Problems
3.1: 14, 16, 26
3.3: 16, 18, 26, 32
Other Problems
For #1-3, let f (x) = x3 x2 .
1) Compute f (3) and f ( 1 )
2
2) Simplify f (a) f (b)
3) Solve
f (x)
= 42.
x
For #4-7, let g(x) =
1
.
x(x 1)
1
4) Compute g(1) and g( 10 )
5) Sho
MATH 3C HW #4
Book Problems
3.4: 4, 8, 10, 18, 20, 44, 47
2.1: 12, 14, 44
2.2: 6, 16, 32, 36, 44
2.3: 14, 26
Other Problems
1) (a) Find the equation of a line through (3, 6) parallel to the x-axis
(b) Find the equation of a line through (3, 6) parallel to
Math 3C Midterm 1 Study Guide
October 16, 2013
General Information: The test will be held Wednesday, October 23 during
the 4th hour lecture at 3:00pm in 212 Center Hall. The test will cover the
sections covered in class from 1.3 through 4.2. There will be
Math 3C Midterm 2 Study Guide
November 11, 2013
General Information: The test will be held Wednesday, November 20
during the 4th hour lecture at 3:00pm in 212 Center Hall. The test will cover
the sections covered in class from 4.3 through 9.2. There will
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Math 3C Fall 2013 Exam 2, version B
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Math 3C Fall 2013 Exam 2, version A
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Math 3C Final Study Guide
December 3, 2013
General Information: The nal exam will be held Wednesday, December
11 from 3:00 to 6:00pm in CSB 001 (the room where we typically have lecture).
The nal will be cumulitive, with emphasis on material that you have