• There will be three midterms and a final.

 Midterm 1 Wed. Apr 25 Time and place of lecture Midterm 2 Wed. May 9 Time and place of lecture Midterm 3 Wed. May 30 Time and place of lecture Final Thu. Jun 14 04:00-6:00PM, place of lecture

• Use of books, notes, calculators, or anything else but pencil and paper, will not be allowed on any exam.

• There will be NO make-up tests.

• Midterm 1 will cover Section 4.8 and Chapter 5.
• Midterm 2 will cover Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.5.
• Midterm 3 will cover Sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5 of the text book.

Midterm 1 will have the following exercises
• 4 indefinite integrals (6 points each)
• 2 definite integrals (8 points each)
• 2 area using definite integrals, set-up only (9 points each)
• 3 upper and lower sums (6 points each)
• 1 fundamental theorem of calculus (8 points)
• 2 other (8 points each)
Note: 7 of the 14 questions are literally from the homework.
Midterm 1: questions and solutions.

Midterm 2 will have the following exercises
• 2 volume of solid of revolution (12 points each)
• 4 volume of solid of revolution using disc method/shell method (set-up only) (6 points each)
• 2 length of curve (12 points each)
• 1 area of surface of revolution (12 points)
• 1 other (16 points)

Midterm 2: questions and solutions.

Midterm 3 will have the following exercises
10 integrals (10 points each)
• 2 partial integration
• 2 partial fractions
• 1 trigonometric integral
• 2 trigonometric substitions
• 2 substitutions
• 1 other

Midterm 3: questions and solutions.

The final will have the following exercises
• 5 indefinite integrals (30 points, 6 each)
• 2 improper integrals (12 points, 6 each)
• 2 volume integrals (set-up only using shell/disc methods) (24 points, 12 each)
• 1 arclength integral (set-up only) (6 points)
• 1 surface area integral (set-up only) (6 points)
• 2 area between curves integrals (set-up only) (12 points, 6 each)
• 2 other (10 points, 5 each)

The final: questions and solutions.