MAT 210 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE

MAT 210 EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE - MAT 210 Midterm Exam 1...

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MAT 210 Midterm Exam 1 Information: 10.1 10.6, 11.1 11.6 What should you be able to do for the test?
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Unformatted text preview: ◦ marginal analysis (marginal cost, revenue, profit) Write equations for lines tangent to functions at specified points Calculate instantaneous rates of change, and interpret results, including units What will the test be like? The test will consist of multiple choice and free response questions. The length of the test will have 75 minutes to finish if needed. The questions will be similar to some you have seen in the online homework, quizzes and classwork. .. be sure you can both calculate results and also interpret them . Don't forget your calculator, but be sure it is an approved model. (see syllabus or ask instructor) Those that perform symbolic algebra are not permitted, and cell phones/computers may not be used as calculators. To prepare, review your class notes, quizzes, classwork and online assignments. Be sure you think about WHY you perform certain calculations, not just how to perform them....
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