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Study Guide for Exam 1

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Study Guide for Exam 1 182

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Date Created: 04/06/16
MATH 182 Calculus II (Steelman) Exam #1 Study Guide NO CALCULATOR IS PERMITTED ON THIS EXAM. The exam consists of 10 questions and is designed to take 50­60 minutes although you will be able to use the entire class time. No questions may be asked  during the exam. You CANNOT leave the test for ANY reason. If you have an emergency and must leave  the classroom, you can invoke the “Missed Exam Policy”. You may NOT reach into your bag during this  exam. Be prepared when you arrive for class. EXAM 1 OBECTIVES Students should be able to: 1. Know the derivatives 1­21 on Reference Page 5 and integrals 1­10 on Reference Page 6. (Review) 2. Interpret a definite integral in the context of a real world situation. (Review) 3. Evaluate definite and indefinite integrals using u­substitution. (5.5) 4. Understand the relationship between area and the integral for even and odd functions, including from a  graphical perspective. (Review, 5.5) 5. Evaluate definite and indefinite integrals using integration by parts. (5.6) 6. Evaluate the integrals of inverse sine and cosine using integration by parts. (5.6) 7. Be able to evaluate definite and indefinite integrals using both u­substitution and integration by parts. (5.5, 5.6) 8. Evaluate trigonometric integrals using trigonometric identities, in particular the half angle identities and  Pythagorean identities. (5.7) 9. Know how to construct partial fractions with nonrepeated linear or quadratic factors in the denominator.  (5.7 and Appendix G) 10. Evaluate integrals using partial fractions. (5.7 and Appendix G) 11. Evaluate an integral using a table of integrals. Formula will be given to you. (5.8) 12. Understand what type of functions can be integrated and identify which method to use. (Review, all  sections) 13. Evaluate limits using l’Hospital’rule where appropriate. (4.5) 14. Be able to identify indeterminate types when using l’Hospital’s rule. (4.5) 15. Explain why l’Hospital’s rule does not apply in a given situation. (4.5)


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