Exam2Review - Math 126 Review Sheet, Exam 2, Spring 2008...

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Unformatted text preview: Math 126 Review Sheet, Exam 2, Spring 2008 Exam Two will cover sections 2.5, 2.6, 3.1-3.6, and Appendix B (9,11,12). Any of the homework exercises listed below are fair game for the test, whether they were questions you discussed during class or not. Questions which only appear in the homework once may still be important to us. Questions will be selected from the medium-to-hard difficulty level of homework. It is the stu- dents responsibility to make sure they understand and recognize the homework. Do NOT expect the exam scores to be curved. Also, please realize that your work is possibly more important to us than your answer. On the test, you must show work wherever appropriate. Below you will find samples of the types of questions you may see on Exam 2. For specific exam- ples of each problem type, see the suggested homework exercises and applications on the Combined Webcourse. 1. For exam 2, you are still responsible for the following: (a) Computing derivatives using product and quotient rules (b) Determining the slope and equation of the tangent line (c) Rate of Change Applications and interpretations (d) Sketching and interpreting graphs of Derivatives 2. Given a function, a) Find the rate of change, b) Evaluate at given values, and c) Interpret your answer. Label your answers where appropriate. (p. 154 #57,59,66) 3. Given a function a) Find the first derivative b) Find the second derivative c) Interpret your3....
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Exam2Review - Math 126 Review Sheet, Exam 2, Spring 2008...

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