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MATH 1220-002: Exam 3
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Robbie Sneliman
Instructions: The following questions are intended to assess your abilities on the basic concepts that we
have covered thus far. Answer all questions to the best of your ability and simplify all solutions as much as
possible. Regardless of the simplicity of the problem all work must be shown in order to receive full credit,
otherwise no credit will be awarded.
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lim
(0
iOn
./10n2 + 1
(0
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0
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n=1
n + ~ converge or diverge? Why or why not?
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n=O
u~cc
Q
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3~(x+1)~
n!
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Why
or why not?
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Problem 5: Is tne series ~
1)1~n3
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n=1
absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent, or divergent?
Why or why not?
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=
2.
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roblem 7: Find the power series representation for the function (1 + x)3 for z in the interval (—1, 1).
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Extra Credit~j1 Show that the Taylor series, based at the point a
=
0, of the polynomial
f(x)
x3 + bx~ + cx + d~x), where b, c, d are real numbers.
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Important Maclaurin series:
~~i+z+x2+x3+...
—1&lt;x&lt;1
1—x
1n(l+x)=X—~+~~+.
—l&lt;z≤l
—l&lt;x~l
e~ =1+ x +
x2
+
+
x3
x5
z2
~
x3
x5
~r2
x4
+
x7
x6
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