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Math. 30101, Spring, 2007 Hints for the Exams
Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott, Department
of Mathematics, University of Louisiana
at Lafayette
Office hours
and telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.
This page will change throughout the semester.
/ The first exam
/
The Second Exam / The
Third Exam / The Fourth Exam / The
Final Exam /
Note: Previously given exams are available below
in PDF format.
The first exam
The first exam will be on Tuesday, January 30, 2007, and will cover
the material from Chapter 6 of the text. (The problems will be like
problems we have been working in class.)
PDF
copy of the first exam
Answer
key for the first exam
The second exam
PDF
copy of the second exam
Answer
key for the second exam
The third exam
PDF
copy of the third exam
Answer
key for the third exam
The fourth exam
The fourth exam will be on Tuesday, April 17, 2007, the day after we
get back from break. In studying for the exam, be sure to study:

the definition of a distribution function, and its interpretation;

computation of the mean and median, from a distribution function;

identifying and summing geometric series;

the definition of absolute and conditional convergence;

use of the alternating series test, the ratio test, and the integral test.
PDF
copy of the fourth exam
Answer
key for the fourth exam
The final exam
The final exam will be on Thursday, May 10, 2007, 7:30AM to
10:00AM. Here is a study guide:

Be able to draw the graph of a function F, given F'.

Know integration by parts, integration by substitution, the second fundamental
theorem of calculus (the derivative of the integral is ...), partial fraction
decompositions, and trigonometric substitutions. You will need to
evaluate integrals based on these techniques and theorems, but you will
NOT be allowed to use tables. (However, the integrals will be relatively
simple.)

Know about improper integrals.

Know how to compute solids of rotation.

Know how to write down Taylor polynomials expanded about a point x_{0}
from the definition of Taylor polynomial.

Know how to compute the error in Taylor polynomial approximations, both
from the formula for the error and from the theorem on alternating series
(where applicable).
PDF
copy of the final exam
Answer
key for the final exam