1309sg2 - MATH 1309-03 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE SECTION 1.5 1.6...

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MATH 1309 -03 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE SECTION PROBLEMS 1.5 1-50, 57 - 80 1.6 1 – 48, 101, 103, 107 1.7 1-44, 57 – 60, 71, 80 1.8 1-44, 55 2.1 1-34, 69 – 78, 80 2.2 1-42, 47 – 54, 101, 104 2.3 11 – 22, 57, 59, 61 Some quick things to know: 1. Be able to find the derivative of a function using the Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Chain Rule. 2. Be able to graph a function after finding its relative extrema. 3. Be able to work all application problems in bold numbers above. First Derivative Test: 1. Find the critical points. 2. Fill out the table showing where the function is increasing and decreasing. 3. Determine the relative extrema. Second Derivative Test: 1. Find the critical points. 2. Find the second derivative. 3. Determine where the function is concave up or down. 4. Determine the relative extrema. Be aware that since this exam does not cover review material from pre-calculus, this exam may be considered more difficult than the first one. The best way to prepare for the exam is to make sure that you can work all of the above problems correctly without any help from the notes or homework.
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