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Unformatted text preview: MATH 138 Things to know for the final exam Your final exam on April 9 will include the broad spectrum of material that we have covered. More weight is placed on material since the mid-term. However, much of the later material depends on solid knowledge of earlier material, in par- ticular techniques of integration, which you are expected to know well. Besides reviewing your lectures and assignments you can practice the recommended prob- lems from past assignments. In addition to understanding the topics below, there is a short list of formal proofs that you will be expected to know for the exam. Here is a list of topics to know. • using the fundamental theorem of calculus • area problems • techniques of integration, such as substitutions, parts, trigonometric substi- tutions, and partial fraction decompositions for rational functions • disk and shell methods for volumes of solids of revolution • improper integrals of types 1 and 2, their definition and how to find them • differential equations of type...
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