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Unformatted text preview: MATH 152, FALL 2009 CALCULUS II FOR THE MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES PRECALCULUS AND CALCULUS I MATERIAL 0. HOW TO WORK WITH THIS CHECKLIST It would be very easy for this document to be completely useless, so some work on your part is required: (1) Add an example or draw a picture for each of the items, from your textbook if necessary, even the ones you think you are very familiar with. (2) Whenever you come across a statement like you should be able to... make sure you are actually able to see how to get there. (3) If you get stuck, read up on the material in the first part of your textbook and discuss it with a classmate. (4) Go through the entire list carefully and check off the items you are sure you know by heart. (5) Of the things you didnt know, learn one every day over the next week. (6) Once you get to a more advanced stage with your learning, you may want to draw up your own list of essentials. You should make sure that you can in some easy way derive everything on the long list from your condensed version. 1. SOME GEOMETRY1....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MATH 152 taught by Professor Sc during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.
- Fall '08