Student: Instructor: Patcharin Tragoonsirisak Assignment: Final Exam (practice)
Date: Course: Calculus I (eCore)
Time: Book: Briggs: Calculus for Scientists and
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Final Review
There are 12 problems in the Final Exam, and time limit is 120 minutes. The formula sheet will be
provided. Please print out the formula sheet (located in the Important Announcements or the Course
Home page) now and use it when you study so t
4.4
Areas, Integrals and Antiderivatives
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Contemporary Calculus
AREAS, INTEGRALS AND ANTIDERIVATIVES
This section explores properties of functions defined as areas and examines some of the connections
among areas, integrals and antiderivatives. In
Midterm Review
There are 18 problems in the Midterm Exam, and time limit is 120 minutes. The formula sheet will be
provided. Please print out the formula sheet (located in the Important Announcements) now and use
it when you study so that you will be fami
Math 1501: Final Formula sheet
by Dr. Patcharin T. Marion
(Note: This sheet may have some formulas that you will not need.)
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Slope of the line passing through (x1 ; y1 ) and (x2 ; y2 ) =) m =
Equations of straight lines:
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Applications of Integration
Contemporary Calculus
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FIRST APPLICATIONS OF DEFINITE INTEGRALS
The development of calculus by Newton and Leibniz was a vital step in the advancement of pure mathematics,
but Newton also advanced the applied sciences
Math 1501: Midterm Formula sheet
by Dr. Patcharin T. Marion
(Note: This sheet may have some formulas that you will not need.)
Slope of the line passing through (x1 ; y1 ) and (x2 ; y2 ) =) m =
Equations of straight lines:
Point-Slope Form
y = m (x x1 ) +
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