Math 1297 Calculus II
Final Exam info
- Location: Chem 200. Sit in every third seat starting from the outside.
- Time: 2-3:55 Tuesday, May 8.
Covers Sections 7.1-7.7, 8.1-8.7, 9.1-9.2, 12.1 - 12.10, 12.12, 13.1-13.5
(not 13.6 -13.7), 15.1 -15.4
- General Info: The test will have around 30 problems.
Most will be very similar to problems from the three hour tests.
- One side of one 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of notes will be allowed. No photocoying. Entries from the table of integrals will be provided if necessary.
- Students will be allowed to use calculators which do not have the
capability of symbolic manipulation. For example, the TI 89 is not allowed
for the test. Students should indicate on their solutions any place a calculator
has been used. The test will be written so that a calculator is not necessary.
Certain questions will require "exact answers" (as opposed to decimal
approximations obtained by calculator) for full credit.
- Study suggestions
- Tests 1,2,3!!!!
- Practice problems for Tests 1,2,3.
- Look at review suggestions for Tests 1,2,3. The indicated True-False
questions at the end of the chapters are especially good for quickly checking
- Review HW's, Quizzes.
- Definitions and proofs required to know:
- From the test 1 required proof list: 4-8 (not 1-3)
- From the test 3 required proof list: all (they include the proofs and defs required for test 2)
- Ch. 15 Info:
- 15.1: Matching type problems like 53-58 only
- 15.2: Compute the limit of f(x,y) along a path
approaching a point (a,b) in the plane. If the limit along any two paths is different (or doesn't exist), the "total" limit of f(x,y) as (x,y) approaches (a,b)
does not exist. See the following
practice problem / answer link . Or problems 6,7,8.
- 15.3: Any of HW problems except 3c, 6, 33.
- 15.4: Any of HW problems 1,6,11,15,17 (not assigned),19. There WILL be one tangent plane problem like 1 or 6. There WILL be one approximation problem like 17 or 19.
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