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Which of the following are true and which are false? If you are unsure of something, find out the answer instead of guessing. A single error will result in a score 0 for the whole question. If you are unable to find out or understand the answer, you are welcome to ask me for help or advice.

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In the following, $f(x) = \\sin(x)$ and $g(t) = \\cos(t)$.

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15 questions based on module so far.

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See all the lectures and workshops up to this point.

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