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Math 260 – Calculus I Final Exam Study Guide This is a list of items you should be prepared to see on your final exam. Use your quizzes and homework for examples. Also, you can refer to your textbook for more examples and practice problems. Chapter 23 Find the slope-predictor function Compute derivatives Find the derivative as a rate of change Chapter 24 Find local extrema Identify inflection points Curve Sketching Optimize an area, cost, or profit function Chapter 23
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Unformatted text preview: Compute derivatives using the Chain Rule, Product/Quotient Formula Implicit Differentiation Chapter 27 Find the derivatives of exponential, log, and trig functions Solve exponential and log equations Chapter 28 Integrate algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trig functions Chapter 25 Evaluate definite and indefinite integrals Compute Riemann Sums Chapter 26 Find the area between curves Work with applications of integration...
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