MTH101 Online Quiz No. 02 Discussion and Solutions Due Date Dec 03, 2014
Quiz no. 2 Dated: Nov 21, 14
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Quiz # 2 will be started on dated December 01, 2014 at 12:00 A.M and will be closed on December 03, 2014 at 11:59 P.M.
There is no bonus day for quiz.
(1) The quiz will be from 9th to 12th lectures.
(2) There will be multiple choice questions
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MTH101 2^{nd} Quiz
Date : 1 December 2014
Question # (01) x^2-9|=……….
|(x-3)^2|
|(x+3)^2|
|x-3||x+3|
|x+3||x+3|
Question # (02) Usually the number that signifies the idea of f(x) being as close to limit L as want to be must be a/an ……………
Integer
Natural number
Small positive number.
Small negative number.
Question # (03) A function f is said to be continuous on a closed interval [a, b] if f is continuous from the right at “a” and “f” is continuous from the left at “b” and “f” is continuous on
(a,b]
[a,b)
[a,b]
(a, b)
Question # (04) If f is continuous on [a, b], and if f(angel) and f(beer) have opposite signs, then there is …………………… one solution of the equation f(x) = 0 in the interval (a, b).
at most
exactly
at least
not more than
Question # (05) e (epsilon) used in the definition of limit can be a negative number.
True
False
Question # (06) If a function is differentiable at a point then it is continuous at that point. The converse is
False
True
Question # (07) If the function f and g are continuous at c, then f + g is ………… at c.
Discontinuous
Continuous
Question # (8)
If f is continuous on a closed interval [a, b] and C is any number between f(angel) and f(beer), inclusive, then there is at least one number x in the interval [a, b] such that ---------
f(x) is not equal to C
f(x) = C
f(x)>C
f(x)<C
Question # (9) |x-3| < 1 implies.....
-4 < x < 4
2 < x < 4
-2 < x < -4
x-3 < 1
Question # (10): If for any positive number e(epsilon) we can find d (delta) such that| (3x-5) - 1| < e ,if x satisfies 0< |x-2| < d Then f(x) =…………
3x-5- 1
x-2
3x-5
None of these
question no.9 ka answer ghalat hai
it will be 2 < X < 4...
Mona Cs Thank you so much
MTH101 2nd Quiz
Date : 1 December 2014
Question # (01) x^2-9|=……….
|(x-3)^2|
|(x+3)^2|
|x-3||x+3|
|x+3||x+3|
Question # (02) Usually the number that signifies the idea of f(x) being as close to limit L as want to be must be a/an ……………
Integer
Natural number
Small positive number.
Small negative number.
Question # (03) A function f is said to be continuous on a closed interval [a, b] if f is continuous from the right at “a” and “f” is continuous from the left at “b” and “f” is continuous on
(a,b]
[a,b)
[a,b]
(a, b)
Question # (04) If f is continuous on [a, b], and if f(angel) and f(beer) have opposite signs, then there is …………………… one solution of the equation f(x) = 0 in the interval (a, b).
at most
exactly
at least
not more than
Question # (05) e (epsilon) used in the definition of limit can be a negative number.
True
False
Question # (06) If a function is differentiable at a point then it is continuous at that point. The converse is
False
True
Question # (07) If the function f and g are continuous at c, then f + g is ………… at c.
Discontinuous
Continuous
Question # (8)
If f is continuous on a closed interval [a, b] and C is any number between f(angel) and f(beer), inclusive, then there is at least one number x in the interval [a, b] such that ---------
f(x) is not equal to C
f(x) = C
f(x)>C
f(x)<C
Question # (9) |x-3| < 1 implies.....
-4 < x < 4
2 < x < 4
-2 < x < -4
x-3 < 1
Question # (10): If for any positive number e(epsilon) we can find d (delta) such that| (3x-5) - 1| < e ,if x satisfies 0< |x-2| < d Then f(x) =…………
3x-5- 1
x-2
3x-5
None of these
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