DETAILMaterials needed:8.5 x 11 sheets of paperpencils, pens, erasers.Resources allowed:Your homework problem solutionsc Anything on MAT 114D Moodle except Wolfram Alpha.Absolutely:no calculators or communication devices (other than your computer opened to our Moodle or Email).c no cooperation with or input from any other person or any other source.These are considered cheating, are easy to detect and will result in a 0 mark.EXAM NOTESShow main details in problems. Don’t simplify answers excessively.TRY TO (because Exam #3 was such a mess to copy, print out, and grade):Use copier sized paper (8.5 x 11)Print your name top of each pageDo problems in order (helps to do long problems on scratch paper first)Use entire page to bottom.Submit in order with page 0 first.See if you can submit exam as a PDF. There are apps for iphone pictures, etc.Page 0TURN IN by 4:00 PM, April 8,
NOTE This exam is difficult in part because you are often asked to explainconcepts in words. But, you have lots of time to think, study, and write!The purpose of this exam, in part, to make sure you understand the DefiniteIntegral, the most widely used calculus topic in applications.