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MATH1005C — Test 3 — 4:35–5:25, Mar. 20 2013

Name:

Total: 20 marks

Closed book, no GRAPHING calculator!

Student Number:

Question 1. Two linearly independent solutions of the system [CANCEL]

x =

3x + y

y =

4x + 2y

are

  • a) e t

  • 1 4 , e 2t

  • 1 1

b)

e 2t

  • 1 4 , e t

  • 1 1

c) e 2t 4

1

, e t

  • 1 1

d)

e t 1

4 , e 2t 1

1

Question 2. [3] The sum of the series

  • 3 n+1

is

n=0

  • 4 n

  • a) 9

b)

12 (**)

c)

4

d)

1

Question 3.

[3] The general solution of y 5y + 17y 13y = 0 is given by

  • a) c 1 e 2x + e 2x [c 2 cos(3x) + c 3 sin(3x)]

  • c) c 1 xe x + e 2x [c 2 cos(3x) + c 3 sin(3x)]

b)

d)

c 1 e x + e 2x [c 2 cos(2x) + c 3 sin(2x)] (**)

c 1 xe x + e 2x [c 2 cos(2x) + c 3 sin(2x)]

Question 4.

your answer.

Determine whether the following series is convergent or divergent.

n=0

(1) n

1 [2],

n 2 +

n=1

n 2 3

8

n

[2],

n=1

n + 1

5 [2]

3n +

Justify

MATH1005C — Test 3 — 4:35–5:25, Mar. 20 2013 Name: Total: 20 marks Closed book, no
∞ n+1 n+1 3n+5 diverges since lim n→∞ = 0 (n th term test) n=1 3n+5
n+1
n+1
3n+5 diverges since lim n→∞
= 0 (n th term test)
n=1
3n+5

Question 5. For each one of the following series, determine whether it converges absolutely,

converges conditionally, or diverges. Justify your answer.

n=1

(1) n

5

n

[2],

n=1

(2) n

1 [2],

3 n

n=0

(1) n

1 [2],

n 2 +

n=1

(2) n

n!

[2]

∞ n+1 n+1 3n+5 diverges since lim n→∞ = 0 (n th term test) n=1 3n+5