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present in 66,67 mL of solution, So volume of solution which contains 233 millimol of HBr or
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Partial Derivatives for Math 229
Our puropose here is to explain how one computes partial derivatives. We will not attempt
to explain how they arise or why one would use them; that is left to other courses (e.g., multivariate
calculus or electromagnetism)
MATH 229, Exam I(A)
NAME
x2
if x < 0
tan(x)
if
0 x < /2
1. (15 points) Let f (x) =
1
if x > /2
x/2
(a) Graph f .
(b) Determine whether f is continuous at 0. Fully justify your conclusion.
(c) Determine lim f (x). Explain your answer.
x 2
2. (10 points) Sk
Math 229
Final Examination
Dec 9, 2011
Name:
No books, notes, or calculators are allowed on this test. Your instructor will provide you with scratch
paper, if you need it. Be sure that all of your work is shown and that it is well organized and legible.
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Math 229, FINAL EXAM, Spring 2011
1. (24 points) Compute
dy
dx
NAME
in each of the following. You NEED NOT SIMPLIFY.
(a) y = x2 sec3 (5x)
(b) y =
x3
tan x
+ 4x2 4
5
(c) y =
3
x sin x + 2
(d) y = cot(x2 ) csc(3x) +
1
2
2. (6 points) Given the curve 3x2 +
MATH 229, Bailey, Exam II
NAME
1. (40 points) Compute the following derivatives. Simplify your answers.
(a) y =
11(x4
5
3x + 1)1/5
(b) y = sec3 ( x12 )
(c) y = (3x4 7x + 1) cot(5 4x)
(d) y = sin(5x) cos(3x)
(e) y =
3
x2
9
x2
+4
7
2. (30 points) Find all
MATH 229
SUPPLEMENTARY EXERCISES
NIU MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
These are suggested exercises which are not from the text. They are given
roughly in the order covered in the course. These should not be viewed as extra
credit type problems; they cove
CAREER CHANGES
Chapter 16
Training and Development
Training: learning new skills
Development: enhancing existing skills
Be aware of key duties within other departments
Increase your knowledge and understanding of the company
mission and strategy
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Psychology 102 Human Development
Midterm Exam
100 points total/10 points each
Name
Date
1. Describe how cross-cultural research is important to the study of human development.
2. Describe each of Freuds five stages of development, giving the ages, sources
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF MANDATED REPORTER STATUS
I,
, understand that when I am employed as a
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Spring 2016
Yoga Midterm
Name:
1.)
What is the name of the pose above?
Warrior I
2.)
What is the pose being performed above?
Downward facing dog
3.)
What is the name of the pose above?
Child's pose
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Value Analysis Schedule:
Company Fair Value
Fair Value of Net Assets
Excluding Good will
CO. Implied FV
Garrison Price (100%)
NCI Value (0%)
1,285,000
1,285,000
N/A
1,285,000
0
1,285,000
0
CO. Implied FV
Garrison Price (100%)
NCI Value (0%)
1,28
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Chapter 10: Motivating and Rewarding Employees
1.
Motivation is a process that leads to a goal.
True
False
Page Ref: 292
Objective: 10.1
2.
Motivation is a drive that some people have and others don't have.
Answer:
True
False
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Objective: 10.1