## Review guide for the final exam

**Time and place**

**The exam will begin at noon on Wednesday,
December 21, in Hill 525.**

**What will be tested?**

The exam will cover the standard material of the whole course: it will
be cumulative. There will probably be a slight overemphasis on the
material covered since the second exam. The lectures and workshop
problems have introduced you to much that is *not* standard in
the second semester of a U.S. calculus course. Generally there will
*not* be questions about this material. *No calculators or
notes will be allowed.* You will be given a copy of the standard Math 152 formula sheet.

**Review material**

This is almost surely a plethora of review material. This is, I
hope, just about the last vocabulary word of the semester:

**plethora** an oversupply, glut, or excess.

I offer you two old final exams written by me for previous 192's and
some review problems.

- Here is a final
exam from 1993.
- Here is a final
exam from 1996.
- Here are some review
problems previously written, mostly by a colleague.

*There are **no answers available* for these
problems. It would be just as painful for me to work them
out as for you.

I would also ask you, please, to go over the first two exams. If I
thought it was important then, I almost surely still think it is
important.
**Opportunities to consult, etc.**

I should be in my office, open to questions, suggestions, etc. at
these times:

Friday, December 16, from about noon to about 2 PM.

Monday, December 18, from about noon to about 4 PM.

**Review Session**
Tuesday, December 19, from 7 to 9 **PM** (by popular demand) in
Hill 525.

I will also try to answer e-mail in a timely manner, and usefully.

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