# Study Guides for MATH 271 at Amherst College (AC)

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## MATH 271 Amherst S17M271 2802 29FinalBenedetto

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Do not simplify. (d) dy dx if (e) y , where y = sec2 y cos x = ex2y + (ln(e + 5))x. 1 sin ex + e7 e x2+7 sin x: [20 points] compute each of the followi

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst M271f11 Final compact

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Find the matrix representation a = [t ]b2. Why or why not: (10 points) find the eigenvalues of the matrix. 2 0 2: consider the linear transformation la

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F15M271 2802 29ChingFinal

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Monday 21 december: (8 points) solve the linear system: 2x y 2z = 0 x + 2y z = 2. 5x 5y 5z = 2: (3 points each) for each of the following vector spaces

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F15M271 2801 29Juul

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December 21, 2015: (20 points) consider the matrix. Find the rank of t and the nullity of t : (15 points) let a, b, c r. show that b. 0 c c is not inve

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F14M2712 28Dresch 29

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Read this first: please read each question carefully. Final exam: true or false: (no justi cation necessary) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) If a and b are n n mat

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F17M271Final

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Final exam: true or false: (no justi cation necessary) (a) (b) If a and b are n n matrices such that ab is the zero matrix, then either. A is the zero

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F16M271 2802 29FinalChing

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Wednesday 21 december: (5 points) prove that, for any vector space v , the equation 1. 2 (v + v) = v holds for all v v . (you should every step of your

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst F14M271 28Benedetto 29

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If you wish, you may also attempt the optional bonus problems. Little or no credit may be awarded, even when your answer is correct, if you fail to fol

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst S18M271 2802 29DanielsFinal

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Read this first: please read each question carefully. Show all work clearly in the space provided. In order to receive full credit on a problem, soluti

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst S18M271 2801 29BenedettoFinal

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Final exam may 12, 2014: this is a closed-book examination. No books, notes, calculators, cell phones, communication devices of any sort, or other aids

View Document## MATH 271 Amherst S17M271Ching

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M1101 final exam x + 7(cid:19) = 22: consider the limit lim x 10(cid:18) 3. Recall what this limit means: as x approaches 10 the quantity (cid:0) 3. Ho

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