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 Compute the following limits. If you use the Squeeze
theorem or L'Hopital's rule, then show that their assumptions are satisfied.
 \(\displaystyle\lim_{x\rightarrow \infty}x^2 e^{x}\)
 \(\displaystyle\lim_{x\rightarrow \infty}\sin(x^2) e^{x}\)

 On the interval \(x\in[1,1]\), sketch the graph of a function \(f\) that is even (meaning \(f(x)=f(x)\)).
 On the interval \(x\in[1,1]\), sketch the graph of a function \(f\) that is odd (meaning \(f(x)=f(x)\)).
 On the interval \(x\in[1,1]\), sketch the graph of a function \(f\) that has period \(1/2\) (meaning \(f(x)=f(x+1/2)\)).
 Sketch the graph of a single function that has all of the
following properties:
 Continuous and differentiable everywhere except at \(x=3\),
where it has a vertical asymptote.
 A horizontal asymptote at \(y=1\).
 An \(x\)intercept at \(x=2\).
 A \(y\)intercept at \(y=4\).
 \(f'(x) \gt 0\) on the intervals \((\infty,3)\) and \((3,2)\).
 \(f'(x) \lt 0\) on the interval \((2,\infty)\).
 \(f''(x) \gt 0\) on the intervals \((\infty,3)\) and \((4,\infty)\).
 \(f''(x) \lt 0\) on the interval \((3,4)\).
 \(f'(2)=0\).
 An inflection point at \((4,3)\).
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