# Quiz 2- Math 103 Midterm Prep

30 Questions  I  By Jsoderman
Discusses abstraction, symmetry, discrete and continuous numbers, and MOST IMPORTANTLY Calculus!

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 1 Solids of Revolution is a subset of Calculus what does it do?
 A. Determines what kind of volumes can be carved out when spun
 B. Is concerned with solids
 C. Is concerned with three and four dimensional shapes
 D. Is concerned with shapes
 2 Related Rates is a subset of Calculus what does it do?
 A. Dynamic equilibrium: relates rates of water coming in and going out at the same time (balance when the system is in motion)
 B. Static equilibrium: balance when the system is not in motion (relatively standing still)
 C. Stable equilibrium: given a slight displacement (movement) (system will return to its original state of equilibrium)
 D. Unstable equilibrium: given slightest displacement (system will not return to its orig state of equilibrium)
 E. All of the above
 3 What is Mathematical logic?
 A. Rules of human reasoning
 B. Proven concepts that have worked over time
 C. Reasonable criteria
 D. All of the above
 4 What is a convergent series
 A. Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be bigger than the number that makes it
 B. 4={0,1,2,3} 2+3=5 5>4
 C. Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be less than the number that makes it
 D. 2={0,1} ) 0+1=1 1<2
 E. C and D
 5 Integrals (indefinite integration/anti-differentiation) are a subset of Calculus what is it?
 A. Anti-derivative: does not study motion but when objects stand still
 B. Studies motion
 C. Studies the balance between two objects
 D. All of the above
 6 Infinite processes occur in
 A. Nuclear fission
 B. Electricity
 C. Magnetism
 D. Earthquakes
 E. All of the above
 7 The 1st stage of Algebra (the language of math) is the Rhetorical stage what is it?
 A. All words no numbers
 B. Words and numbers
 C. Numbers
 8 What is an axiom?
 A. It is a postulate
 B. Statement accepted as truth without proof
 C. Demonstration of the truth
 D. A and B
 9 Infinite processes occur in:
 A. Light
 B. Sound
 C. Heat
 D. Earthquakes
 E. All of the above
 10 What are subjects that deal with continuous quantities?
 A. Geometry
 B. Calculus
 C. Algebra
 D. A and B
 11 The 3rd stage of Algebra (the language of math) is symbolic what is it?
 A. All words no symbols/numerals
 B. Words and symbols/numerals
 C. No words just symbols
 12 What is applied mathematics?
 A. Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
 B. Used for real world purposes
 C. Used for both
 13 The 2nd stage of Algebra (the language of math) is a syncopated mixture what is it?
 A. All words no symbols/numerals
 B. Words and symbols/numerals
 C. Symbols/numerals
 14 What is Number Theory?
 A. Studies it's function ONLY
 B. Studies it's characteristics ONLY
 C. Both
 15 A Derivative is a subset of Calculus what does it do?
 A. Instantaneous rate of change of 1 thing in respect to another
 B. Slope of the tangent line at any point on a curve
 C. Can measure instantaneous velocity: instantaneous rate of change between distance and time
 D. Can measure acceleration: velocity with respect to time
 E. All of the above
 16 What is abstraction
 A. General concepts that simplify reality
 B. Special case
 C. Is to measure but not count something
 17 What is Abstract Algebra?
 A. Study of groups
 B. Study of mathematical structures
 C. Study of number characteristics
 D. A and B
 18 What is mixed mathematics?
 A. Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
 B. Used for real world purposes
 C. Used for both
 19 What is symmetry?
 A. Balance in respect to an imaginary line
 B. X and y axis represented in the Cartesian Coordinate system
 C. Can be balanced in respect to a pt (pt of symmetry)
 D. All of the above
 20 Infinite Processes are a subset of Calculus what does it do?
 A. Used to represent wave propagation
 B. Use to represent the translation of algebra to geometry and vice versa
 C. Used to study postulates
 D. Use to study sets
 21 What is a divergent series?
 A. Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be bigger than the number that makes it
 B. 4={0,1,2,3} 2+3=5 5>4
 C. Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be less than the number that makes it
 D. 2={0,1} ) 0+1=1 1<2
 E. A and B
 22 What is a continuous quantity?
 23 What does Calculus do?
 A. Takes things in motion and puts it on paper
 B. Studies groups
 C. Studies the characteristics of numbers
 D. Studies the function of numbers
 E. B and C
 24 What is the difference between DISCRETE + CONTINUOUS quantities?
 A. Continuous objects are measured not counted
 B. Discrete objects are counted and not measured
 C. Continuous objects are counted and not measured
 D. A and B
 25 A limit is a subset of calculus what does it do?
 A. Measures how close to a target without actually reaching it
 B. A limit can reach it's target
 C. A limit does not have to reach it's target
 D. All of the above
 26 What is pure mathematics?
 A. Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
 B. Used for real world purposes
 C. Used for both
 27 What are subjects that deal with discrete quantity?
 A. Algebra
 B. Geometry
 C. Mathematical Logic
 D. A and C
 28 What is a ordinal number?