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MATH 1014 Study Guide - Final Guide: Logistic Function, Conditional ConvergenceExam


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Mathematics and Statistics
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MATH 1014
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Final Examination — April 14, 2012.
MATH1014
Name:
Surname:
Student Number:
Circle your instructor’s name: Moghadas Stepr¯ans Taylor
Question Mark Obtained
1 (a) (b) (c) (d)
2 (a) (b) (c) (d)
3
4
5
6
7 (a) (b) (c)
8 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
9 (a) (b)
Total Mark
Attempt all questions. You are allowed to use non-programmable calculators and refer to notes you
have prepared on a single sheet of 8.5 by 11 inch paper. Use the blank pages provided for rough work,
but show all relevant reasoning in the space provided. The time allowed for completion is 180 minutes.
Total marks: 138
The back of this page can be used for rough work.

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Final Examination — April 14, 2012.
MATH1014
(1) Determine whether each infinite series is absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent or
divergent. Explain your reasoning in each case by appealing to a relevant fact about infinite
series.
(a)
!
n=1
(1)nn
n+(1)n6 marks
(b)
!
n=210
(1)nn2
2n6 marks

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(c)
!
n=1
n2+2
n
n3+3
n6 marks
(d)
!
n=1
(1)nsin(1/n)6 marks
(2) Let the function F(x)bedenedbyF(x)=
!
n=1
x2n
n2if this series converges.
(a) Ignoring endpoints, what is the interval on which Fis defined? 7 marks
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