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The Calculus

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
This is a quiz on a much feared part of mathematics.

Question 1:


Which of these are considered the two developers of the modern calculus?
Newton and Euler
Newton and Gauss
Euler and Cauchy
Newton and Leibnitz

Question 2:


What are the two basic processes in calculus?
Solving equations of sixth and seventh degrees
Finding maxima and minima and solving second degree equations
Composition and convolution
Integration and derivation

Question 3:


Which function is equal to its derivative ?(Note: 4^6 means four to the sixth power.)  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
x ^ e
e ^ x
sin x
log x

Question 4:


When we find the extrema of a function we use this.
The first derivative
The solution of the second degree equation
The solution of the sixth degree equation
The third derivative

Question 5:


Which statement is not true about functions?
A one-to-one relationship is a type of function.
For some functions we can not find a maximal value.
A function is always written as a polynomial.
A function is a type of relationship between two sets.

Question 6:


When you study calculus, you usually also study this branch of geometry.
Analytic geometry
Riemannian geometry
Discrete geometry
Bolyai geometry

Question 7:


In calculus we never use complex (or imaginary) numbers.
False
True

Question 8:


Consider this infinite series: 1/2+1/4+1/8+1/16+1/32 +.... If we add all these terms, what do we get?
0
You cannot add an infinite series of numbers
1
3/4

Question 9:


After the proof of a mathematical theorem we often see the letters Q.E.D. Do these letters stand for "Quite easily Done."?
Yes
No

Question 10:


What is the minimum value of the function y= x^2+3x-1?
-13/4
3/2
-3/2
13/4

 


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