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Unformatted text preview: Review for Final Exam - Winter 2010 You may find this review sheet useful as you study for the final exam. It is not intended to be fully comprehensive, and you should not rely on it as your only resource while preparing for the exam. Your best study aid is to review the team and web homework assignments. 1 First, the nitty gritty... 1.1 Announcements about the Final Exam Here are some important reminders regarding the Final Exam: The final exam is on Friday, April 23, 8 am (sharp) - 10 am. Final exam room assignments are posted on the course website. Please check to find where your section is located, as you may be in a different location than for the midterm exams. Make sure you find the exam room before the morning of the exam. You should bring your graphing calculator (make sure your batteries are okay!), 3 x 5 note card, student ID, and pencils. The final exam is cumulative, but there will be an emphasis (roughly 1/2 of the test) on Sections 9.1-9.5, 10.1-10.3, which have been covered since the second midterm. Formulas for the Taylor series about x = 0 for the functions e x , cos( x ), sin( x ), and the binomial series will be provided for you on the exam. 1.2 Writing Your Best Solution Help yourself score the best you can on the exam by being careful in the presentation of your solutions. Some things to consider: Show enough work to justify your answer unless the directions note otherwise....
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course MATH 116 taught by Professor Irena during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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