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Unformatted text preview: Review for Exam 1 What follows is intended as a guide to focus your study for Exam 1. Read the Overview and the Study Tips. After that there is list, arranged by section, of the ideas and techniques that you must know for the exam. Warning! Regardless of your prior experience with calculus, you must use limit methods for all derivatives on Exam 1. Overview Expect to see about ten (10) problems that mostly look like homework problems. This, of course, includes ungraded and graded homework. The exam will be strongly emphasize Chapter 2, Section 3.1, and the extra problems from lecture on Sept 18. The exam will last 50 minutes, so you have to average one problem every 5 minutes. The only way to get that fast is to work a lot of repetitive problems. At a minimum, do all of the ungraded and graded homework. About 60% of the exam will be problems that should remind you of the easy to moderate homework problems. Another 30% will look like the harder homework problems. The last 10% will be a problem that requires you to combine more than one thing that you have learned into a solution of a problem that you might not have seen before....
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course MATH 170 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.
- Fall '08