MCV4U Final Exam Review
Answer (or Solution)
1. Consider the function f (x) defined by the following graph:
a) lim f ( x)
b) lim f ( x)
c) lim f ( x)
d) lim f ( x)
2. Evaluate the following limits.
x + x2
a) lim ( x
3 December, 2015
What is the reason for Daisys decision?
In The Great Gatsby novel, Daisy and Gatsby love each other, yet she marries
Tom. Daisy chooses Tom not only because Gatsby does not return after the war, bu
3 December, 2015
How are you doing? I hope you are fine and all is well. As you know the war is
over, and I am happy to inform you that I am fine and all is well with me. Im sorry for
loosing touch wit
General statement: Compare Macbeth and Macduff as husbands and leaders of men.
Harnessing sentence In the Macbeth the famous work of Shakespeare, Macbeth and
Macduff are two main characters who through the play.
Thesis statement: Alt
Compare the character of Macbeth and Macduff as husbands and leaders of men.
Compare Macbeth and Macduff
In the Macbeth the famous work of Shakespeare, Macbeth and Macduff are two
main characters who through the play. In m
April 25, 2015
Duncan and Macbeth as different kings
Both Macbeth and Duncan are kings at some point in the play but they are very different kings.
Firstly, the loyalty shown by their subjects is not the s
What if there was only one victor?
March 30th, 2015
When it comes to a survival. instincts cloud peoples judgement. No moral has a power over
a fear of death. However, sometimes love overcomes even a w
Sir John A. MacDonald the first prime minister of Canada. His father was
Hugh MacDonald, his mother Helen Shaw. He was born in 11 January 1815.
He was born at Glasgow Scotland. He grew up in Kingston. John Alexander
MacDonald was the third of
To enter out into that silence that was the
city at eight o'clock of a misty evening in November,
to put your feet upon that buckling concrete walk, to
step over grassy seams and make your way, hands in
4 November 2015
Examining the Consequences of Irresponsibility in F. Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby
Responsibility is a huge factor in life and failure to be responsible attracts dire
consequences. F. Scott Fitzg