Math 211 - Spring 2013 - Information for the Final Exam
Exam Information
The Final Exam is on Monday, May 13th, 2:30-4:30pm in FSH-102.
No calculators, notes, books, or cell phones will be allowed.
The exam is cumulative and will cover most sections fr
Math 211 - Calculus II - Manuscript 3
Problem
Goal: Given US population data (in millions) from 1790-1990, construct a logistic model that describes
the US population. Compare it to the actual values, including 2000 and 2010 data, and use it to predict
th
Math 211 - Spring 2013 - Information for Exam 1
Exam Information
Exam 1 is in class on Wednesday, February 13th.
No calculators, notes, books, or cell phones will be allowed.
This exam covers Chapter 7, Sections 1-3 and 5-6.
Topics
7.1 Integration by P
Math 211 - Spring 2013 - Information for Exam 2
Exam Information
Exam 2 is in class on Wednesday, March 20th.
No calculators, notes, books, or cell phones will be allowed.
This exam covers Chapter 6 and Chapter 8: Sections 1, 2, and 4.
Topics
6.1 The A
Math 211 - Spring 2013 - Information for Exam 3
Exam Information
Exam 3 is in class on Wednesday, April 24th.
No calculators, notes, books, or cell phones will be allowed.
This exam covers Chapter 1, Sections 1-7.
Topics
10.1 Sequences
Denition of a s
Math 211 - Calculus II - Manuscript 3
Problem
Goal: Given US population data (in millions) from 1790-1990, construct a logistic model that describes
the US population. Compare it to the actual values, including 2000 and 2010 data, and use it to predict
th
Math 211 - Calculus II - Manuscript 2
Problem
Let n and k be nonnegative integers with n k. Dene n choose k by
n
k
n!
n(n 1)(n 1) (n k + 1)
=
.
(n k)! k!
k!
=
0! is dened to be 1. n choose k gives the number of ways to pick k items out of n.
1. Show that
Math 211 - Calculus II - Manuscript 1
Problem
Explain in detail how to nd the indenite integral
x4 + 2x 8
dx
x4 16
Guidelines
The manuscript should be written in such a way that students in a calculus class can understand it. Begin
your paper by describin