# Test 2 – Friday, November 4

### // When is it?

The second class Midterm Exam will be Test 2 on Friday, November 4.

### // What is on the test?

Test 2 will cover all topics covered since Test 1, that is, everything from the sixth through tenth weeks of class:

• All of Chapter 1 starting with Section 1.2, including the Limits Worksheet
• All of Chapter 2 and the Derivatives Worksheet
• The first two sections of Chapter 3

Of course, the material in calculus is cumulative, so exam questions will also require you to have mastery of the material from the earlier part of the course.

### // How can you prepare for it?

Once again, study early and often, and don’t fall behind. To review, figure out what you need to know from each section and then study what you know the least, instead of just practicing things you are already comfortable with. Form study groups and work in the SMLC and with other students outside of class. Use your Notebook wisely.

### // Where did the exam problems come from?

Every question on the exam was taken directly from the homework. There were different versions of the exam, but looking at the version pictured in the key below, here is the list of which exercises from the textbook are behind each problem on the exam:

• Question 1: #7 on Derivative Worksheet
• Question 2: #1 on Derivative Worksheet
• Question 3: #70 in Section 2.4
• Question 4: #1a–1c in Section 2.2
• Question 5: #1e in Section 2.2
• Question 6a: #23 in Section 1.6
• Question 6b: #1e in Section 1.5
• Question 6c: #1 in Section 4
• Question 6d: #1c in Section 1.6
• Question 6e: #1g in Section 1.6
• Question 6f: #15 in Section 1.6
• Question 6g: #1gh in Section 2.2
• Question 6h: #63 in Section 2.2
• Question 6i:#63 in Section 2.2
• Question 6j: #1d in Section 2.4
• Question 7: #24 in Section 3.2
• Question 8a: #25 in Section 1.6
• Question 8b: #27 in Section 1.6
• Question 8c: #31 in Section 1.5
• Question 8d: #43 in Section 1.6
• Question 8e: #38 in Section 1.6
• Question 8f: From the definition of derivative
• Question 9a: #16 in Section 1.5
• Question 9b: #18 in Section 1.5
• Question 9c: #35 in Section 3.2
• Question 9d: Definition of average rate of change, Seciton 1.6
• Question 9e: #77 in Section 2.2
• Question 10a: #45–48 in Section 2.2
• Question 10b: #45–48 in Section 2.2
• Question 10c: #1b in Section 2.3
• Question 10d: #1c in Section 2.3
• Question 10e: #11–14 in Section 2.3