## 2017 - 2018 Spring Semseter MATH 1350 Survey of Calculus

Section 113 (Barsamian) Exam 3 Information

- Exam is on Friday, March 30 in Morton 237.
**You will need your OU student ID.**
- No calculators, no books, no notes, no cell phones.
- The exam starts after 2pm, as soon as all your stuff is put away
- The exam ends at 2:55pm, no exceptions
- The exam covers Chapter 4 Sections 1,2,5,6
- exam is 6 problems, on 4 pages, printed on front & back of 2 sheets of paper
- a problem intervals of increase & decrease and local max/min (concepts from Section 4.1)
- a problem intervals of concavity and inflection points (concepts from Section 4.2)
- a problem involving the relationship between the graph of
*f* and given information about the sign of *f '* and *f ''* (concepts from Sections 4.1 & 4.2)
- a problem about absolute max/min on an interval that is not closed (concepts from section 4.5)
- a problem about absolute max/min on a closed interval (concepts from Section 4.5)
- an optimization problem (concepts from section 4.6)

**Notes:**
- All exam problems are based on the list of suggested exercises from the textbook and class drills.
- There will be at least one problem involving increasing/decreasing, local extrema, concavity, inflection points for a function involving
*xe*^{(-x)}. Related Suggested Problems are 4.1#43 and 4.2#89. There are no related Book Examples. Related Class Examples were done on Day 29 (Wed Mar 7) and Day 32 (Tue Mar 20).
- There will be at least one problem involving local and/or absolute extrema for a function involving 1/
*x* or 1/*x*^{2}. Related Suggested Problems are 4.1#85 and 4.5#51,53 and 4.6#13,15,33,36. Related Book Examples are 4.5[Example 3A] and 4.6[Example 2]. Related Class Examples were done on Days 36 and 37 (Tue and Wed Mar 27,28).
- On all problems, you should show all steps of the solution and use correct notation. (Remember that in this course, the objective is to not only get correct answers, but also present clear solutions to the problems.)

Last updated March 27, 2018