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Test #4 – Review Sheet MAC1114
Coverage:
Sections 8.2 – 8.6
How to Study for Test #4:
1)
Recopy all notes from class and the textbook. Review handouts given in class. Make a list of
all outstanding questions and get help with those items immediately.
2)
Redo homework problems that gave you trouble.
3)
For extra practice, try problems from the chapter review: p.629 (15 – 37 odd)
Topics for Test #4:
Section 8.2:
1)
Know the Law of Cosines and how to use it to solve oblique triangles.
2)
Know which types of triangles (SAS, SSS) require the Law of Cosines.
3)
Be able to solve word problems using the Law of Cosines and the Law of Sines and know
when to use each.
Section 8.3:
1)
Know the difference between a scalar quantity and a vector (directed line segment). Be
able to give an example of each.
2)
Be able to draw a vector with its initial point at the origin, whether the vector is given as
<a1, a2> or a
i
+ b
j
.
3)
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