Math 1272 Calculus II Sections 020, 030, 040: Final Exam information
The final exam will be written Friday December 14,
1:30pm. The room assignment depends on your section, and can
All students must have their official University I.D. card with them at the time of the final exam and must show it to one of the proctors when handing in their exam. The proctor will NOT accept a final exam from a student without an I.D. Card
The following are provided as preparatory materials for the exam. You are also encouraged to review your own and the posted lecture notes, homework solutions, midterm solutions, etc.
This final study guide Contains a list of all the topics on the final, as well as practice and sample problems. First attempt the problems on the study guide, then you can consult the solutions . It also contains the formula sheet you will be given in the exam. This is simlar to the formula sheets you have been given before, but, depending on your section, some of the formulas might be in a different form, or in a different place on the sheet. It will be useful to familiarize yourself with this version of the sheet. The study guide is more detailed on topics covered since the last midterm: Taylor Series and Vectors. For more details on those topics, see the study guides for those midterms:Midterm 1: study guide . Solutions: part 1 (substitution, approximate integration, and integration by parts), part 2 (trigonometric integrals and trigonometric substitution), part 3 (partial fractions), part 4 (more partial fractions), part 5 (improper integrals).
Midterm 2: study guide , solutions
Midterm 3: study guide . Solutions: part 1 (Polar and Sequences), part 2 (Series).
You may access past exams using the following procedure. 1. Go to: http://math.lib.umn.edu 2. Click on "Sample Course Finals" link (in red) 3. Type in "math" or "math1272" and hit "Enter" or click "Search" 4. Use arrows to move to page 2, 3, or 4 if your course is not listed on the first page 5. Click on course number link in the line with your lecturer's name ("Ames") 6. Use "math1272" as password (use all lower case letters, no spaces, no quotes marks) 7. Click on the link for one or more of the sample final exams You can find more exams and their solutions from the Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (here at the U). These are also available on Randy Knoche's web page.
The midterms of the sections are provided below. A number of questions on the final exam will be similar to questions from these midterms.
Lists of practice problems
A number of suggested practice problems have been provided with each homework assignment in the different sections. A comprehensive list of these problems for Dr. Ames' section is available here: pdf A list for Dr. Codenotti's section is available here: html
If you have 2 exams scheduled for Dec 14, 1:30-4:30, or 3 exams scheduled on Dec 14 contact your Professor immediately to arrange a makeup exam to correct this conflict.