Midterm3 practice - untested material(Ch 14 • A good...

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Math 143 Final Notes Final time: Wednesday, March 18 from 7:10-10am Sections covered include: o Ch.11: sect.1-4 o Ch.12: sect. 1-10 o Ch.13: sect. 1-5 o Ch.14: sect. 1-4 The final will be about 1.5-2 hours in length. (You can use 3 hours if you want, though). No calculators, books, notes, of course. You will be given a common formula sheet, stapled to your final. I will post the common formula sheet later, after you provide some input. The final is comprehensive. I think there will be about 12 problems (some with parts). Hence, there will not necessarily be a question from every section or on every topic. About 1/3 of the test will be on Test 1 material (Ch. 12). About 1/3 of the test will be on Test 2 material (Ch. 11, Ch. 13). About 1/3 of the test will be on the
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Unformatted text preview: untested material (Ch. 14). • A good place to start studying: 1. Problems on old tests/quizzes 2. Homework problems 3. Examples from class 4. Practice Problems attached • On the final, the problems won’t necessarily be “in order” or grouped by section/chapter. I suggest creating your own practice exams by mixing up problems from different sections (on notecards) so you have to decide on the right technique/approach before solving each one. • Attached are some practice problems for the most recent untested material in Ch. 14 (not for earlier material, though). Note, as usual, these are not intended to be comprehensive. For example, there are no questions on normal and tangential components of acceleration, or smoothness questions…...
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