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Exam 1 Review

I might be adding more stuff to this page up until the exam, so you might want to check back occasionally.

Here are some general things to keep in mind:

Here are some topics that I think are important:

This test will NOT make significant use of the inverse trig functions sin-1, etc. They are dangerous to use, until we have studied them in detail.

Although you will need to be able to convert angles among radians, degrees, and revolutions, you will NOT need to do unit conversions such as feet/sec vs. mi/hour.

The best way to study for the test is to do as many book problems as you can. Try to make up some of your own problems. Study with others.