The final exam will constitute 15% of your final grade. Please do not underestimate the importance of preparing for this exam. The first part of the exam will be given on Wednesday, May 9th during a regular 47 minute period. Calculators will not be used on this portion and a majority of the questions will be multiple choice. The second day of the exam will be on a block day, either Thursday, May 10th (periods 1, 3, 6, 7) or Friday, May 11th (periods 2, 4, 5) and will include both a calculator and a non-calculator portion. It will consist of multiple choice and free-response questions.
Chapter 4: p. 307 3-13, 27-75 odd, 81,84
Chapter 5: p. 405 9-12, 17-24, 39-56, 61-72, 81-85, 91-105
Chapter 6: p. 418 15, 33-35, P. 428 11, 25, 60 P. 437 20-22
Topics and tips for preparing for the final exam.
* There will be questions from chapter three on day one - see p. 181 11 - 15 odd, p 189 1, 2, 29, 31 and p. 199 15, 17 and your workbook p. 44-46 for additional review of these problems.
* No formulas will be given on the final - you must have all formulas memorized.
* There will be trigonometry - know your ratios and unit circle
* Topics not covered on this exam:
- Calculating area with the summation process
- Sketching derivatives or anti-derivative curves
- Right/Left hand Reimann area approximations
- Pert/half-life problems
* Specific topics that will be covered on the final (this list is not exhaustive - there will be MANY other topics covered):
- Projectile motion - position/velocity/acceleration
- Logarithmic differentiation
- First/Second fundamental theorems of Calculus
- Disc/Washer/Shell and volumes of solids with known cross-sections
- Solving differential equations
Best of luck! Why Bad Luck is Good - a video that may interest you
WANT TO SEE AN AMAZING STUDY SHEET? I ADVISE THAT YOU MAKE YOUR OWN STUDY SHEET BUT THIS ONE SHOULD GIVE YOU INSPIRATION! THANKS TO LEAH CLAYTON FOR ALLOWING US TO PERUSE IT.
STUDY SHEET FOR CHAPTER SIX (This covers the entire chapter, use only the parts for 6.1 - 6.3)