# MATH 1300 3.00AF (Fall 2011)Differential Calculus with Applications

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### Announcements

• Every year I get requests to change the grade weighting for some people, or to increase somebody's grade because they were "only one mark away". In a class this size, there will always be people "only one mark away" from a higher grade - roughly 20% of people will be in that situation in fact. My answer to all such requests will be "no". In fact, I already reviewed the exam of everyone who was in this situation a second time, to check the fairness of the grading. Of course, if you notice an error in how term work was recorded, point it out to me.
• I will be out of the country the entire month of January. People who want to look over their final exams should contact me in February and make an appointment to do so. Anyone who did not pick up their 3rd quiz during office hours or after the exam can pick it up from my office in February.
• The exam average was lower than on the midterms, so both Kochman and I adjusted marks accordingly.
• The final exam covered the material we covered in class. In other words, 1.2-1.7, 2.2-2.10, 2.12, 3.2-3.4
You were not responsible for reproducing proofs from class. You needed to know the definitions and concepts, and needed to be able to do the kind of problems assigned for homework. Calculators were not allowed. The inverse trig functions you were responsible for are arcsin, arctan, arcsec. I said I would not ask you questions about arccos, arccot, or arccsc.
• Regarding epsilons and deltas, you only needed to be able to use them to verify simple limits (ie not the most complicated examples I did in class). For example, on the homework you did, Section 1.5 numbers 9b, 10a, and 13b are relatively simple problems, of the type allowed on the exam. Problem 9e is more complicated, and you were not responsible for things like that on the exam.
• You were asked to state one theorem from the following list and to apply others.
• Intermediate Value Theorem - result 1.7.19 (page 94)
• Maximum Value Theorem - result 1.7.42 (page 98)
• Rolle's Theorem - result 2.6.13 (page 191)
• Mean Value Theorem - result 2.6.20 (page 192)
• L'Hopital's Rule - result 2.8.2 (page 221)
• Existence Theorem for Definite Integrals - result 3.3.16 (page 310)
• Mean Value Theorem for Definite Integrals - property 10 (page 314)
• First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus - result 3.4.5 (page 324)
• Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus - result 3.4.9 (page 326)