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Sample for Test 1

Math 184 - 2011W Term 2 - 3 Feb 2012

Section 201 (Warren Code)

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ā¢This is a sample for Test 1, but these directions are as they will appear

on the actual test.

ā¢You will have about 48 minutes to write this exam - please pay attention to the

announced time remaining.

ā¢Calculators are not permitted on this exam. You may leave your answer in a

calculator-ready form: a calculator that can do arithmetic and exponents, but not

one that can solve equations or take derivatives for you.

ā¢Show all your work in order to receive full credit. If multiple steps are involved in

arriving at an answer, a response consisting solely of the answer will not receive

credit.

ā¢This test has 7 (some with multiple parts) problems worth a total of 50 points.

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1. (8 points) Use the limit deļ¬nition of the derivative (you will receive no credit for

any other method) to compute fī[x]for

f[x]= 1

x2+1

Correct use of notation is required for full points.

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