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# MA241_review_sheet_1 - MA241-012 Fall 2008 Test 1 review...

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MA241-012, Fall 2008 Test 1 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.” Dedicated calculators which are not capable of symbolic manipulation are allowed on this test (i.e., no TI-89s, TI-92s, or equivalent, or any other electronic devices). For those of you with a TI-89/92, you’ll need to borrow another calculator. It is your responsibility to be sure you have an acceptable calculator and be sure it is in good working order. No other notes or aids will be allowed on this test. The test will cover §§ 5.5-10, 6.1, 6.3. Note: Unless you are explicitly told not to, you will be expected to fully evaluate all definite integrals that arise in the course of working a problem. In general, you must show and justify all steps to receive credit for a problem. No credit will be given for guesses or approximations made with a calculator (unless you were told to do so). §§ 5.5-7 These sections are all considered review, but they will still show up on the test. You are expected to be able to do u-substitution (including trig. substitutions such as the problems assigned in § 5.7), integration by parts, and partial fraction decomposition. You will not be told which rule to use for a particular integral - you will need to make that decision. You are expected to know the usual calc. 1 - type differentiation and integration rules, including those for “common” trig and inverse trig functions.

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