# Exam lB Math 1100 Instructions: • Answer each question in the space provided.

```25 September, 2013
Exam lB
Math 1100
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Name:
Instructions:
• Answer each question in the space provided.
• No calculators are allowed.
Question
Points
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6
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16
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9
Total:
100
Score
Math 1100
25 September, 2013
Exam 1, Page 2 of 11
1. (6 points) Fill in the blanks:
(a) A derivative is the slope of the
tion at a point.
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2. (8 points) Use the graph below to compute each of the following. Write DNE if it does
not exist.
(a)
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2
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Math 1100
25 September, 2013
Exam 1, Page 3 of 11
3. (9 points) Determine whether each of the following graphs is continuous at r = 1. If
not, explain why not. Your explanation should reference the definition of continuity
and/or the three conditions required. (Write your answer to the right of each graph.)
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Exam 1, Page 4 of 11
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4. (9 points) Complite the following limits or state that they do not exist.
(a)
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3 + 2T + 4
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Exam 1, Page 5 of 11
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Exam 1, Page 6 of 11
Math 1100
6. (16 points) Differentiate each function. Use any method you like.
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25 September, 2013
Exam 1, Page 10 of 11
9. (16 points) Samantha Carter wants to open a restaurant that serves blue Jell-o. She
estimates that her profit in dollars from selling x servings of blue Jell-o will be
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Exam 1, Page 11 of 11
Math 1100
10. (9 points) Colonel O’Neill is flying an X-301 aircraft. Its height in meters aft.er t seconds
is given by
2 + 20t + 15
h(t) = 8t
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Carter teamed up to fight aliens? You may answer in words or pictures. Use
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