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Unformatted text preview: MA241-012, Fall 2008 Final exam summary Disclaimer: This review sheet is only intended to give you some guidance, and thus should not be taken as an exhaustive listing of possible final exam question topics. Calculators which are not capable of symbolic manipulation are allowed on the final (i.e., no TI-89s, TI-92s, or equivalent). For those of you with a TI-89/92, youll need to either borrow another calculator or see me to make other arrangements. In addition to a calculator, you are also allowed to have a formula sheet(s) with up to 10 items on it. The following are a couple of examples of what I mean by an item: A formula or theorem which is boxed in red or yellow in the book. Exceptions to this would be something like the red box on page 612, which would count as 4 items (if youre wondering if a box will count as more than one item, just send me an e-mail with the page number). A fully worked out problem, as long as you dont include a general statement of the tests or formulas that you used in the example For instance, if you had an example showing a series which converged by the ratio test, you could state at the end that the limit is < 1 and thus the series converges by the ratio test, but then saying what would have happened if the limit was > 1 or = 1 would count as a second item. See the test solutions for a rough guide to how much detail youre allowed to have. If you want to bring the summary sheet of all the series convergence tests that I passed out in class (without any additions, notes, or changes other than the form of the geometric series), I will count that as 7 items....
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2009 for the course MA 241 taught by Professor Mccollum during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '08