MATH 101 Quiz #3 (v.A3)
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sin36 t cos3 t dt.
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MATH 101 Quiz #3 (v.A2)
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sin62 x cos3 x dx.
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MATH 101 Quiz #6 (v.T3)
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X
+ 4n3
1. 1 mark The series
(1)
either: [CA] converges absolutely; [CC] conver
MATH 101 Quiz #6 (v.M3)
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1. 1 mark Determine whether the series
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(1)2n+1
n=1
1+n
is absolutely convergent,
MATH 101 Quiz #6 (v.T2)
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n+1 1 + 3n
1. 1 mark The series
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either: [CA] converges absolutely; [CC]
MATH 101 Quiz #6 (v.M2)
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X
(1)n
is absolutely convergent, conditionally con1. 1 mark Determine whether the
MATH 101 Quiz #5 (v.M2)
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1. 1 mark Evaluate lim
n
h 6n2 + 5n
n2 + 1
i
+ 3 cos(1/n2 ) . Simplify your answe
MATH 101 Quiz #5 (v.M1)
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h 3n3 + n2
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n3 + 7
i
+ 7e1/n . Simplify your answer compl
MATH 101 Quiz #5 (v.M3)
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1. 1 mark Evaluate lim
h 3n4 + n2
n
n4 + 10
i
+ 5e1/n . Simplify your answer comp
MATH 101 Quiz #4 (v.M2)
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