Past Exam for MTHSC 207 - MULTI-VAR CALCULUS at Clemson (Clemson)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam
University:Clemson University
Term:Fall 2008
  • Temperature
  • Air Temperature
  • Contour Graph
  • Following Values
  • Unnecessary Phrases
  • Interpretation
  • Repositioning
  • Description
  • Critical Point
  • Relative Maximum
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Fall 2008 Chapter 9, Section 10.1 and Section 10.3 (graphically) Unit 3 Practice Note to Spring 2009 Students: This test is shorter than your test will be. In the past, Section 10.2 and all of Section 10.3 was tested in Unit 3. . Show work where possible. Answers without supporting work (where work is appropriate) may receive little credit. . Do not round intermediate calculations. . Answers in context ALWAYS require units. . Round your answers to 3 decimal places UNLESS the answer needs to be rounded differently to make sense in the context of the problem OR the directions specify another type rounding OR the complete answer has less than 3 decimal places. . When you are asked to write a model, include all components of a model: an equation, a description of the input and units, a description of the output and units, and the input interval when known. . When asked to write a sentence of practical interpretation, answer the questions: when?, what?, how...

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