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Question #1:
The input of the following functions are positive integers n and r.
Explain in words what the following two functions do and how they work: > dig:=(n,r)->irem(iquo(n,10^(r-1)),10); > ds:=n->[seq(dig(n,r),r=1..ceil(log10(n+1.)))];

Explain why in Maple it is the case that the command
ds(10^10) behaves differently than ds(10^3).

Question #2:
Let st be your student id number. Consider the graph of the function: > plot(mul(cos(Pi*x/(v+1))^2, v = ds(irem(st,10000)), x = 0 .. 10!);
Count how many times the this function is equal to 1 in the interval from
0 to 10! (10 factorial). It will only be 1 for integer values of $x$ so one way
of doing this is by running through a loop and testing when
mul(cos(Pi*x/(v+1))^2, v = ds(irem(st,10000)) is equal to 1.

Question #3:
Find the area between the two functions $6 sin(x)$ and
$sin(x) sin^2(3x)$ and plot the graphs between 0 and $2\pi$.

Question #4:
Let $d_0 = 1$, $d_1 = 1$ and for $n>1$, $d_{n+1} = 3 d_n - d_{n-1}$.
Estimate the limit of $d_{n+1}/d_n$ as $n \rightarrow \infty$
to 3 decimal places.

Question #5:
Let $a_n$ be number where the digit 3 repeated $n$ times followed by 1 repeated $n$ times
(e.g. $a_5 = 3333311111$).
For which values of $1 \leq n \leq 15$ is $a_n$ divisible by 13?

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