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how to study for calculus final?

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  1. anonymous
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    Go over past tests.

  2. anonymous
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    for a calculus final, it is imperative that you have memorized all differentiation and integration rules as well as their applications to things such as, finding relative extrema, related rates, linear approximations, volume of solids of revolution, arc length, etc.

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    its from last exam: Determin whether sequence has limit if so find it? \[a _{n}=\cos(n)^2/3^n\]

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    a sequence huh?

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    im gonna have to be honst, sequences r not my specialty, iu need help with integration techniques, i can give u a lot of feedback there

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    kk ill find question on dat

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    \[\int\limits_{?}^{?}1/\sqrt{x^2 +9}\]

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    ok so this is an indefinite integral problem right?

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    yep

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    brb

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    ok this looks like it fits the arc tangent form

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    oh no, wait, arc secant

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    let u = x, let a = -3

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    ah pellet, start over, a must be great than zero

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    let x=3tan theta

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