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Prof. Hooper

Disclaimer. This test is just a recommendation of things to study and problems to work on. You may be asked about things that do not appear here. You should practice doing problems from the book in addition to the problems included in this sheet. Covered Material. Material covered will include §23-§33, not including starred sections. There will be an emphasis on Chapter 5. A reasonable distribution for the midterm would be one problem from chapter 4, two from chapter 5, and one from chapter 6. Deﬁnitions. You will be asked to deﬁne terms on the test. These terms all have one deﬁnition, as given in the book. You are expected to know this deﬁnition. You should know the italicized terms in the text. Theorems. Theorems given names in the book are the most important. Results you may be required to state: Weierstrass M-test, Abel’s Theorem, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorem, The intermediate value theorem for derivatives, Taylor’s Theorem, Intermediate value theorem for integrals Problems. This is a list of problems I think are good practice. In particular, they do not necessarily represent problems that I would give on a test. 1. Let f : R → R and suppose f is diﬀerentiable at zero with f (0) > 0. Show that there is an > 0 so that whenever 0 < x < , we have f (x) > f (0). 2. Suppose f : R → R is a diﬀerentiable function. Also assume that

x→+∞

lim f (x) = lim f (x) = +∞.

x→−∞

(a) Prove that there is an x so that f (x) = 0. (b) Prove that there is an x so that f (x) > 0. (c) Prove that there is an x so that f (x) < 0. (d) Given an example of a function f satisfying the statements above for which −1 < f (x) < 1 for all x ∈ R. 3. Consider the function f (x) =

√1 . x+1 1 f (x) = √x−1 ,

(The original function was which was undeﬁned at zero!) (Also, the last part of this problem is too hard for a midterm or ﬁnal problem.) (a) Prove that f (n) (x) = (−1)n (2n)! (x + 1)−n− 2 . 4n n! (b) What is the Taylor series for f ? (c) State Taylor’s theorem. (d) Use it to prove that the Taylor series of f converges to f on the interval (− 1 , 1 ). 2 2

1

We will prove that the graph of f is somewhere tangent to the 1 graph of ga for some a. (a) Prove that the series converges uniformly to a continuous function on [−a. what is the value of the integral? 7. P ) and L(f. 1). (That is. show that there is an a so that f (x0 ) = ga (x0 ) and f (x0 ) = ga (x0 ). P ). 4 ) with h (x0 ) = 0. (a) Let P be a partition of [−1. a] whenever 0 < a < 1. 6. 1]? Why? (c) Is f integrable on [−1. Page 2 . Consider the series ∞ n n=1 sin(nx)x . there is an a and an x ∈ ( 4 . Observe that f (x) = ga (x) whenever a = h(x). 1]. 1 3 (b) Show that there is an x0 ∈ ( 4 . 1]. (b) Explain why the series converges to a continuous function on (−1. 1]. Let f be a diﬀerentiable function deﬁned on [ 4 . Let f (x) = 1 if x = 0 0 if x = 0. (b) What are the upper and lower Darboux integrals of f over [−1. 8. Prove that f is integrable on [0. Let f : [0. 1] → R be an increasing function. 1]? Why or why not? If it is integrable. Describe the upper and lower Darboux sums. 1 x ∈N Prove that f is integrable on [0.) (a) Deﬁne h(x) = f (x) x(1−x) . 3 ] so that f ( 1 ) = f ( 3 ). (c) With x0 as in part (b). Let f (x) = 1 if x = 0 and 0 otherwise. For each a ∈ R. 4 4 4 deﬁne ga (x) = ax(1 − x). U (f. 3 ) so that f (x) = ga (x) 4 and f (x) = ga (x). 1 5.4.

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