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Exam 2 Study Aides

# Exam 2 Study Aides - • Do additional problems but do not...

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Study Aides for Exam 2 ENGR 19500(II) – Spring 2010 How to Study for Exam 2 Effective studying for ENGR 19500(II) exams involves some review and then practice and more practice. This is a closed book, no calculator exam. The exam is a mix of short answer, multiple choice, and open-ended problems. Here's a prioritized list of things you can do: Review the learning objectives posted on Blackboard. Make sure that you have reviewed all of the items on this list. Look over the formula sheet . This is the exact sheet that you will be given during the exam. You should know how to use everything on the formula sheet. Review all assigned Class Notes and MATLAB Textbook readings. Review, correct, and/or complete all class activities through Class 8b. Review, correct, and/or complete Homework assignments 5-9.
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Unformatted text preview: • Do additional problems but do not spend an excessive amount of time practicing things you know how to do. Here's a list of recommended problems from your textbook. We will not provide answers beyond those for the selected practice problems found at the back of your textbook. MATLAB Textbook: Chapter 12, pp. 492-493, problems 12.7, 12.9 – perform linear regression on data sets. Chapter 6, pp. 220-223, problems 6.2a, 6.7a-b, 6.8, 6.10 Chapter 8, pp. 310-311, problems 8.9-8.13 Chapter 8, pp. 314, problems 8.19, 8.21, 8.25 Chapter 8, pp. 314, problems 8.18, 8.20, 8.22 • Take a look at old exam problems so that you get a feel for the types of problems you can expect. These are posted on Blackboard....
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