### MATH 226.14, Calculus I

The midterm exam will be given on Thursday, October 6 in TH 326, 8:10-9:25. There will be 8-10 problems
covering material in sections 2.1, 2.2, 2.4-2.6 and 3.1-3.3, 3.5, 3.6. We'll review problems for the test on October 4.
The middterm will address topics 1 - 3 in the list of outcomes below. You may consider Exercises 9 - 24, 41 - 46 on p. 119, and
1 - 44 on p. 215 together with the problems in homework assignments as sample problems for the test.

**No mobile devices or computers.** Open notes exam.

The 2nd midterm exam will be given on Tuesday, November 15 in TH 326, 8:10-9:25. There will be 8-10 problems
covering material in sections 3.1-3.9 and 4.1-4.6. We'll review problems for the test on November 10.

The middterm will address topics 1 - 6 in the list of outcomes below. You may consider Exercises 1 - 84 on p.215
and 27 - 38, 61 - 72 on p.293 together with the problems in homework assignments as sample problems for the test.

**No mobile devices or computers.** You may need a regular calculator. Open notes exam.

FINAL EXAM GUIDE:

__Exam dates__:

MATH 226.14: **December 15, 8:00 - 10:30, in TH 326.**

__What to bring__: pencil or pen, calculator, scratch paper. **No mobile devices or computers.**
Open notes exam.

There will be 8 problems addressing eight course learning outcomes:

- Evaluate a variety of limits, including limits at infinity, one-sided limits, and
limits of indeterminate forms. Students should also be able to identify discontinuities in functions
presented algebraically or graphically.
- Apply the definition of derivative to calculate and estimate derivatives from formulas,
graphs, or data.
- Differentiate sums, products and quotients of composite polynomial, trigonometric,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.
- Discuss the conceptual relations among derivatives, rates of change, and tangent lines
in the context of an applied example.
- Use asymptotes, first and second derivatives to graph functions.
- Solve applied problems using calculus and justify answers.
- Estimate a definite integral with a Riemann sum.
- Evaluate a simple definite integral using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

These problems will be similar to homework problems. Consider homework problems and similar problems in the textbook as review problems
for the final.

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