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Joshua's copy of Basic Set Theory
Introductory exercises about set theory designed to prepare students for their first lectures on the subject.
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Maclaurin series (first four terms)  sine
Find the first 4 terms in the MacLaurin series for $f(x)=(a+bx)^{1/n}$ i.e. up to and including terms in $x^3$.
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Blathnaid's copy of Complex numbers
Questions about complex arithmetic; argument and modulus of complex numbers; complex roots of polynomials; de Moivre's theorem.
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Maclaurin series (first three terms)
Find the first 3 terms in the MacLaurin series for $f(x)=(a+bx)^{1/n}$ i.e. up to and including terms in $x^2$.
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Blathnaid's copy of spørsmål 6
This question tests the students ability to factorise simple quadratic equations (where the coefficient of the x^2 term is 1) and use the factorised equation to solve the equation when it is equal to 0.
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Blathnaid's copy of spørsmål 6
This question tests the students ability to factorise simple quadratic equations (where the coefficient of the x^2 term is 1) and use the factorised equation to solve the equation when it is equal to 0.
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Blathnaid's copy of spørsmål 6
This question tests the students ability to factorise simple quadratic equations (where the coefficient of the x^2 term is 1) and use the factorised equation to solve the equation when it is equal to 0.
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Blathnaid's copy of Simplify logarithms
Express $\log_a(x^{c}y^{d})$ in terms of $\log_a(x)$ and $\log_a(y)$. Find $q(x)$ such that $\frac{f}{g}\log_a(x)+\log_a(rx+s)\log_a(x^{1/t})=\log_a(q(x))$
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