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Unformatted text preview: Success for Calculus 2 January 5, 2009 The success in this course depends on many things. This list is by no means complete and should only serve as a starting point for which to study. 1. Requisites: You are responsible for knowing the contents of Calculus 1, Algebra, and Trigonometry. This course will seldomly (if at all) review old material. You should review old calculus 1 exams and quizzes. You should also make sure you understand the material, and that you did not merely memorize your way through any part of calculus 1. For example, the questions: Find the derivative of f ( x ) = 2 x and g ( x ) = x sin ( x ) . both use the same technique (Implicit Differentiation). If you could answer the first one but not the other one, that is a good indication you do not understand the material. 2. Showing your work: Your work will be graded on the solution NOT the answer. The major difference is that the solution shows where the answer comes from. This is one of the most powerful features of mathematics. Ifcomes from....
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- Spring '08