Math 1271
Midterm 1 Review Sheet
Answer Key
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Math 1271
Midterm 1 Review Sheet
The exam will cover the material of Chapter 2, omitting sections 2.1 and 2.4.
Topics covered in these sections include:
Computing limits
Continuity
The Intermediate Value Theorem
Derivatives and rates of change
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MATH 1271
Calculus I
Fall 2014
(September 2 , 2014)
Lecturer: Lingyun Qiu
Email: [email protected]
Office: 354 Lind Hall
Office hours: M 1011; W 1011, 12.
Website: http:/www.ima.umn.edu/~qiu.lingyun/math1271.html
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MATH 1271
Calculus I
Spring 2015
(draft 19 Jan 2015)
Lecturer: Fei He
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Office: 221 Vincent Hall
Office hours: M W F 4:40 5:30pm
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MATH 3355: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
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MATH 3355: Discrete Mathematics
Fall 2015
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Quadratic Functions
and Polynomials
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February 5, 2016
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gadfly()
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February 5, 2016
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MATH 2374
Instructor: Yuqin Zhao
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Oce: Vincent Hall 261
Oce hours: W 3PM4PM & Th 4PM6PM
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