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Unformatted text preview: MA242-012, Spring 2009 Test 2 review sheet Disclaimer: “This review sheet is only intended to give you some guidance, and thus should not be taken as an exhaustive listing of possible test question topics. Do not expect this every time.” Calculators will not be allowed on this test (I’ve made some additional comments about this under some of the sections). No notes or other aids will be allowed on this test. The test will cover the second part of § 10.2, §§ 10.3, 10.4, and 11.1-7. General comments: The homework should hopefully give you a good indication of that to expect on the test in terms of content and difficulty. In general, you must show all steps and/or give sufficient justifi- cation for any answer in order to receive credit for a problem. No credit will be given for guesses. § 10.2 I will not directly test you on the material from this section. You still need to know how to differentiate and integrate v.v.f.s, but because these concepts will show up in other problems, there won’t be problems dedicated exclusively to them. § 10.3 You need to be able to compute the arc-length of a three dimensional vector-valued function, which is essentially the same as the arc-length formula from calc. 2 for parametric equations with a “ ( dz dt ) 2 ” term added under the square root. Unless I explicitly tell you not to, you will be expected to completely evaluate the integral (which typically means manipulating whatever is under the radical to look like some quantity...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course MA 242 taught by Professor Bliss during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '08