University of Missouri, Columbia
MATH 1500
Instructions: • This exam has 7 pages containing 23 problems, which are worth a total of 100 points. Please make sure that all pages are included. • Fill in your name and student ID number on the provided scantron Student Answer Sheet. Students that fail to correctly fill in their name and student ID number on the scantron will
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Instructions: • This exam has 7 pages containing 23 problems, which are worth a total of 100 points. Please make sure that all pages are included. • Fill in your name and student ID number on the provided scantron Student Answer Sheet. Students that fail to correctly fill in their name and student ID number on the scantron will have 10 points deducted from their final score. • Indicate your name and student number in the space provided above in this exam. • Indicate the letter of your Discussion Section in the table to the right. • Have your MUID card out and visible on your desk at all times. • No books, notes or calculators are allowed. • Turn off and put away your cell phone. • Make sure there are no loose papers or books in your general area. • Read each problem carefully. • Questions 1-5 are True/False Questions worth 2 points each. Questions 6-23 are Multiple Choice Questions worth 5 points each. Answers to all these questions must be entered into the provided Student Answer Sheet. Indicate your answer on the Student Answer Sheet by completely filling in the appropriate letter. Only responses correctly recorded on the Student Answer Sheet will be graded. If you change an answer, be sure to erase your previous response completely. Good luck! Question Points Possible Score 1-23 100 Total: 100 Indicate your Discussion Section: Time Instructor Section 8:00am Ismaeel A 9:00am Ismaeel C 10:00am Kumar E 10:00am Tselios F 11:00am Sinha G 11:00am Tselios H 12:00pm Hu J 2:00pm Chenicheri Chathoth K 9:00am Kumar M 2:00pm Gonzalez P 3:00pm Wittmond Q 12:00pm Sinha R 1:00pm Tran S 1:00pm Hu V 1:00pm Chenicheri Chathoth W This page is blank. Mostly. Math 1500: Fall 2019 Exam 3-Version A Page 1 of 7 TRUE/FALSE (2 points each) Determine whether each of the following statements is (A) True or (B) False. In order to qualify as true, a statement must always be true, and not simply hold in some cases. No justification is necessary. No partial credit will be given. Record your answers on the provided scantron. Question 1. (2 points) Suppose f(x) is a function that has a critical number at x = 2 and f 00(2) = 4. Then f(2) is a local maximum value for f(x). A.) True B.) False Question 2. (2 points) If f(x) is a continuous function which is decreasing on [3, 7], then a left-hand Riemann sum used to estimate Z 7 3 f(x) dx will be greater than the exact value of Z 7 3 f(x) dx. A.) True B.) False Question 3. (2 points) If f(x) and g(x) are both continuous functions, then Z 4 −1 (f(x) − g(x)) dx = Z 4 −1 f(x) dx − Z 4 −1 g(x) dx. A.) True B.) False Question 4. (2 points)

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