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Current Mid Term Papers Nov 2011, (Fall 2011)

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Find the point of discontinuing of the given function:   2 Marks

 f (x) =    3x + 1

                X2-7x+12   

 

Find dx  at (-5,6) if x2 + y=0               2 Marks

      dy

 

Determine whether lim  1 – cos |x| exists or not? 3 Marks

                        x−>0      x

 

 

if f '(t)= 2t then find the intervals on which the function f(t) increasing and decreasing? 3 Marks

 

Use an epsilon-delta argument to prove that                    5 Marks

lim (3x + 5) = 35

x−>0         

 

if f(x) = x -5x+6 then find the intervals where the function is concave up and concave down.    5 Marks

MTH101_MID TERM LATEST PAPER_2/11/2011 



Find the point of discontinuing of the given function: 2 Marks
f (x) = 3x + 1
X2-7x+12 

Find dx at (-5,6) if x2 + y2 =0 2 Marks
dy

Determine whether lim 1 – cos |x| exists or not? 3 Marks
x−>0 x


if f '(t)= 2t then find the intervals on which the function f(t) increasing and decreasing? 3 Marks

Use an epsilon-delta argument to prove that 5 Marks
lim (3x + 5) = 35
x−>0 

if f(x) = x -5x+6 then find the intervals where the function is concave up and concave down. 5 Marks

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