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# review2 - Review for Exam 2 Overview This a two day exam On...

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Review for Exam 2 Overview This a two day exam. On both days calculators will be allowed. No problem will require a graphing calculator, but some problems may require a scientific calculator able to compute trig functions, logs, roots and exponents. Day One. Normal exam conditions. No book, no notes, no help from friends, no cell phones, no laptops. Worth approximately 80% of your Exam 2 grade. Expect to see several problems that look very much like homework problems or review problems. Some problems may be phrased as short answer questions. Some problems may be phrased as: “Perform a substitution.” In any such problem the final answer should be a new integral (including limits of integration) completely expressed in terms of the new variable. You don’t need to compute the new integral. Some problems may be phrased as: “Perform integration by parts.” In any such problem the final answer is whatever results from uv - integraltext v du , including limits of integration. You don’t need to compute beyond that point.

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