# Math 147 - Common Exam I Topics

```Math 147 - Common Exam I Topics
The best way to study for the exam is to work through the examples presented in class,
suggested homework problems, and as many problems from this review as possible. The
multiple choice part of the exam will take place February 18th during recitation. The
short answer part of the exam will take place February 19th during lecture. Students
should bring a scantron (#815-E), a No. 2 pencil, and TAMU ID. The use of calculators
is not allowed.
• Inequalities
See &sect;1.1 examples 1-3 and problems 3, 5
• Equations of Lines
See &sect;1.1 examples 4, 5, and problems 7-41 (odd)
• Trigonometry
See &sect;1.1 problems 65, 66
• Exponentials and Logarithms
See &sect;1.1 examples 8-11, and problems 73-84
• Composite Functions
See &sect;1.2 examples 2, 3, and problems 13-17 (odd)
• Exponential Growth/Decay
See &sect;1.2 examples 10, 11, and problems 59-65
• Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
See &sect;1.2 examples 13, 14, and problems 81-84
• Graphing Functions
See &sect;1.3 examples 1, 2, and problems 23-31 (odd)
• Semi Log Plots
See &sect;1.3 examples 4, 5, and problems 43-53 (odd), 93, 97, 98
• Double Log Plots
See &sect;1.3 examples 6, 7, and problems 55-65 (odd), 94
• Limits
See &sect;3.1 examples 1-3, 5-7, 9-15, and problems 1-31, 37-53 (odd)
• Continuity
See &sect;3.2 examples 1, 2, 6, and problems 5-11 (odd), 25
• Limits at Infinity
See &sect;3.3 examples 1, 2, and problems 1-23 (odd), 25, 27, 29
• The Sandwich Theorem
See &sect;3.4 examples 1, 2, and problems 1-4
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• Trigonometric Limits
See &sect;3.4 example 3 and problems 5-19 (odd)
• Intermediate Value Theorem
See &sect;3.5 example 1 and problems 1-6
• Derivatives
See &sect;4.1 examples 1-5 and problems 1-5, 9-13, 17-29, 57-69 (odd)
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