Math 1441 Fall semester 07 Final Review

Math 1441 Fall semester 07 Final Review - where the...

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I have been working on your final and here is how it is shaping up 1. Find the limit. Look at pg 128 # 13 - 26 and pg 236 # 85 - 88. Note: you can use L'Hospital to find some of the limits in the first section instead of the algebraic techniques that were used at that time. 2. Average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration. Look over pg 129 # 5 - 8, 37, 38, 75 3. Find the derivative. Look at pg 129 # 39 - 53, 73, 74 (first derivative only), pg 235 # 25 - 38, 71 - 82 4. Find the equation of the tangent line. Look at pg 129 # 58 - 61 5. Related rates problem. Look at pg 176 # 29 - 34. 6. Optimization problem. Look at p6 175 # 23 - 26 7. Problem similar to 67 - 69 on page 130 8. Given an equation and its firs and second derivative be able to determine the following: domain, asymptotes, critical numbers, intervals where the function is increasing or decreasing, intervals
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Unformatted text preview: where the function is concave up or down, local max, min and inflection points. You can practice with pg 175 # 1 - 8 9. See question on Test 2 where I gave you information about a graph and asked you to sketch the graph. 10. Use Newton's Method to approximate a solution to an equation. Look at pg 175 # 21 and 22. I will give you the first number to use. 11. Evaluate the indefinite integrals. Look at the study material for the last test. 12 Find the area between two curves. Look at the study material for the last test. 13. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving a region. Look at the study material for the last test. 14. Work problem like pg 311 # 1 - 6. 15. Average value problem like pg 312 # 29 - 32 16. Find the equation of a curve gives its derivative and a point on the curve. See page 247 # 1 - 6...
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2009 for the course CM 2131 taught by Professor Spring during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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