Information about Exams
These are intended to help you study, not as prototypes for this year’s exams.
Exam 2 Review materials. (Note, don’t take review problems as comprehensive or the only thing you need to study-they are focused on word problems and optimization and don’t include all topics! You have many sources of other problems like webwork, quizzes, notes, book, youtube videos, etc.)
Sample Multiple Choice Problems for Final Exam
Most Multiple Choice problems on our tests will come from old AP exams.
Sample AP problems
The numbers correspond to the printed numbers on paper from the AP test screen shots. The answers are in order from first problem to last problem in packet.
Key: first problem D ,8 C, 23 A, 12 C, 14. A, 15 A, 16 B, 17 A, 24 A, 22 E, 78 D, 76 E, 80 E, 7 E, 25 E, 81 D, 83 C, 85 C, 91 B. PDF with work shown on each problem: Multiple choice
(note-solution problem 5b is missing a ‘4’ in exponent.)
Resources for Learning
Most students need more examples of integration that we have time to show in class. Open the videos. Pause the video and try to integrate yourself, and then check your answer with the video.
Patrick JMT has many videos. Here is one about u-substitution.
Integration Powerpoint including formulas needed for final.
integration monday nov 27th
Online Calculus Book that has animations used in class: Newton Meets Technology
Calculus Center and other Tutoring
TILT Tutoring Center : Evenings and Sunday.
Alternate Exam Time Request Form: Form
(Note, RDS does not have to submit form, they now schedule online. I need to update form).