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Unformatted text preview: MA241-012, Fall 2008 Test 3 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. No notes or other aids will be allowed on this test. The test will cover 7.3-4, 7.7-9 (from the supplement), and 8.1. General Comments: Since I am not allowing calculators on this test, there will [obviously] not be any problems where a calculator is actually needed. Thus, in a mixing or Newtons Law of Cooling problem, you wont have to plug any values of t into the solution or solve for an explicit value for t . However, for Newtons Law of Cooling, remember that it is still possible to solve for k and get a solution to the problem as long as I give you enough information about the rate at which the object is cooling (similar to problem 7.4.16). In problems where you have to use the quadratic equation, any square root will evaluate to an integer (or an integer times...
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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