This no-calculator exam will cover the basic skills of differentiation
and integration. It is
Exam 1 Tuesday,
important that these skills be learned, so it is required that everyone
obtain at least 75% on
this test. Those who donít will receive temporary zeros and have
several opportunities for
retakes (on which the only possible scores are 75 or 0).
Exam 1 retake #1: Wednesday, Oct 3, 10:00 - 10:50 in 2271 Rood.
Exam 1 retake #2 (last chance): Wednesday, Oct 17, 10:00 - 10:50
in 2271 Rood.
To prepare for this exam, learn to use ...
Practice problems can be found in chapter 3. Pay special attention
Differentiation Rules 1 - 21 on the last page of our textbook.
Chain Rule in section 3.5.
Practice problems can be found in chapter 5. Pay special attention
Integration Rules on page 402.
use of substitution in section 5.5.
This exam will cover chapters 6 (sec 1-3, 5), 7 (secs 1,
4, 6 - 8), and 8 (sec 1). Bring
Exam 2 Tuesday,
calculators and a 3x5 card containing hard-to-remember formulas.
To prepare for this exam, review...
Applications of integration to areas (6.1), volumes (6.2, 6.3), average
value (6.5), and arc length (8.1).
Techniques of integration: parts (7.1), partial fractions (7.4), and tables
Approximate integration (7.7).
Improper integrals (7.8).
This exam will cover chapter 11. Bring calculators and a 3x5
Exam 3 Friday,
Final Exam Wednesday,
December 5 10:15 - 12:15
This exam will be comprehensive: one-third over Exam 2 material, one-third
over Exam 3 material,
and one-third over chapters 9 and 10. You may bring calculators
and THREE 3x5 cards containing
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9:00 - 11:00 and from 2:00 - 4:00. Please see me for help if
you need it.