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Announcement for Exam 2 The exam is held in the classroom at lecture time on October 14. Please do not be late. You will answer the questions on the sheets I give to you with questions. I will ask you to write down your name and uid on the sheets. Remember to bring your cheat sheet (1 A4 size, double sides). No book or calculator is allowed. There will be 2 parts for exam 2. 100 points are for new material and 20 points (bonus problem) are for old material. For new material, there will be 4 multiple choice problems (20%), 2 calculation with power series (50%), 1 divergence or convergence of series problems (15%) and parametric curve problem (15%). For multiple choice problem, just state your answer. No explanation is needed. For divergence or convergence problems, you have to state divergence or convergence with a clear reason or you get no points. You will not be asked the proofs of the theorems in the textbook but you need to know how to use them. You will not have problems to compute "the remainder estimate for power series" but you
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Unformatted text preview: may need to represent your answer in a series. The problems are from section 12.6 - 12.11, 11.1, 11.2. Problem will be pulled from homework assignment, practice problem or text in the textbook. They may not be exactly the same but are similar. For bonus problems, you will have 2 multiple choice problems. The bonus problems are from the text in your textbook covered in previous exam (7.8, 8.8, 12.1 - 12.5). Not from the homework assignment or from the exam 1. I just want to force you read your textbook again. This is "only" true for bonus problem, not for other problems in exams 2. My point is if you can understand the material and do your homework assignment and practice problems by your own, you will not have di culty to nish every problems in exam. I suggest you to prepare the power series expansions of elementary functions discussed in the examples in the textbook. Also prepare the art length formula in section 11.2 in your cheat sheet. 1...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2010 for the course M 408d taught by Professor Sadler during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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