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Unformatted text preview: Review for Exam 2 What follows is intended as a guide to focus your study for Exam 2. Read the Overview and the Study Tips. After that there is list of types of problems that you need to know how to do. Overview Expect to see about ten (10) problems that look very much like homework problems. You will have 50 minutes for the exam, so, on average, you will have to work a problem every 5 minutes. In practice, some of the problems should go MUCH faster than that, so you have extra time for the harder stuff. Roughly 30% of the exam will be problems that are simply find a derivative. (These should go really fast.) The rest of the exam will consist of problems in which you must do something with a derivative. (This is the harder stuff.) In these problems, taking the derivative will be worth some partial credit, so you can expect that at least 50% of the total points available on the exam will come from the mechanical skill of taking a derivative....
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- Fall '08