MAT 201
Cumulative Exercises
Sprint 2016
This set of questions is meant to cover most of the main topics that we discussed in class this semester. The
questions are meant to give you an idea of the types of questions that will be on the final exam. This i
MAT 201
Cumulative Exercises
Sprint 2016
This set of questions is meant to cover most of the main topics that we discussed in class this semester. The
questions are meant to give you an idea of the types of questions that will be on the final exam. This i
MAT 201
Cumulative Exercises
Spring 2016
This set of questions is meant to cover most of the main topics that we discussed in class this semester. The
questions are meant to give you an idea of the types of questions that will be on the final exam. This i
Section 2.7 Related Rates
How to Solve
The idea of related rates is to compute the rate of change of one quantity (with respect to time) with
the rate of change of one or more other quantities (again, with respect to time). The key step is to
relate the q
MAT 201
Cumulative Exercises
Spring 2016
This set of questions is meant to cover most of the main topics that we discussed in class this semester. The
questions are meant to give you an idea of the types of questions that will be on the final exam. This i
Celebration of Knowledge 2
March 11, 2016
Name; MD
* Directions: The exam has 7 questions, each worth 10 points, for a QM of 7 "11' You have
50 minutes to complete the exam. Read each question carefully. You may not 9. any outside
resources other than you
Celebration of Knowledge 3
April 22, 2016
Name:
* Directions: The exam has 7 questions, each worth 10 points, for a total of 70 points. You have
50 minutes to complete the exam. Read each question carefully. You may not use any outside
resources other t
Celebration of Knowledge 2
March 11, 2016
Name:
* Directions: The exam has 7 questions, each worth 10 points, for a total of 70 points. You have
50 minutes to complete the exam. Read each question carefully. You may not use any outside
resources other tha
Celebration of Knowledge 1
February 19, 2016
Name:
* Directions: The exam has 7 questions, each worth 10 points, for a total of 70 points.
You have 50 minutes to complete the exam. Read each question carefully. You may
not use any outside resources other
Celebration of Knowledge 3
April 22, 2016
Name:
* Directions: The exam has 7 questions, each worth 10 points, for a total of 70 points. You have
50 minutes to complete the exam. Read each question carefully. You may not use any outside
resources other tha
Lecture 1: Derivatives and Antiderivatives, talked about what a derivative is (most common: a formula
for the slop of the tangent line), basic derivative rules(ex. d/dx (x^n)=nx^(n-1), how to solve for a
derivative (using the derivative rules), and how to