1. Evaluate two-sided and one-sided limits. Problems: p.
74, 84.

2. State the formal (epsilon-delta) definition of the limit and use this
definition to prove a

given limit. Problems: p. 95.

3. Determine where a function is continuous or discontinuous and classify the

discontinuities. Problems: p. 105.

4. Find and simplify derivatives by use of definition, product rule, quotient
rule, power

rule, chain rule, and implicit differentiation. Sketch the graph of the
derivative of a

function. Find equations for tangent lines. Use the derivative to determine the
rate of

change of one variable with respect to another. Problems: p. 119, 131, 144, 154,
161,

169, 179.

5. Solve related rate problems. Problems: p. 186.

6. Given the graph of a function, find and classify any maximum and minimum
values of

the function. Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum for a function
defined

on a closed interval. Find the critical numbers for a function. Problems: p.
211.

7. State, illustrate, and verify Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem (for

derivatives). Determine if a function satisfies the hypothesis of the Mean Value

Theorem or Rolle's Theorem. Problems: p. 219.

8. Sketch and analyze the graph of a function by use of the first and second
derivatives.

Find the intervals over which the function is increasing/decreasing and those
over

which it is concave upward/concave downward and find critical points, points of

inflection, and maximum or minimum values. Problems: p: 227.

9. Evaluate limits at infinity. Problems: p. 240

10. Solve optimization problems. Problems: p. 262.

11. Compute antiderivatives. Find a function when given its first or first and
second

derivatives. Find the position function for a particle when given the velocity
or velocity

and acceleration of the particle. Problems: p. 279.

12. Approximate the area under a curve by use of rectangles and right endpoints,
left

endpoints or midpoints. Problems: p. 298.

13. Approximate definite integrals by calculating Riemann
sums. Express limits of

Riemann sums as definite integrals. Evaluate definite integrals by interpreting
the

integrals in terms of area. Problems: p. 310.

14. Evaluate definite integrals by using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Part II. Use

the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Part I to evaluate derivatives. Compute

indefinite integrals. Prove both parts of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

Problems: p. 321, 329.

15. Compute indefinite integrals and definite integrals by use of substitution.

Problems: p. 338.

16. Sketch the region between two curves and find the area of the region.
Problems:

p. 352.

17. Find the volume of a solid of rotation by using slices and shells. Find the
volume of a

solid of known cross-sectional area. Problems: p. 362, 368.

18. Solve "work" problems. Problems: p. 373.

19. Show that two functions are inverses of each other. Find the inverse of a
function.

Sketch the graphs of a function and its inverse. Problems: p. 391.

20. Find derivatives of expressions involving the natural logarithmic function
and use the

natural logarithmic function to evaluate integrals. Sketch the graphs of
logarithmic

functions. Problems: p. 428.

21. Evaluate derivatives and integrals involving the natural exponential
function. Sketch the

graphs of exponential functions. Problems: p. 435.

22. Evaluate derivatives and integrals involving the general exponential and
logarithmic

functions. Problems: p. 445.

23. Solve exponential growth and decay problems. Problems: 453.