The 2250-1 and 2250-2 final exams consist of twelve to fifteen problems. You are expected to complete two or more per chapter for full credit. The problems are divided by chapters. Only chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 appear on the exam. The following problems will be used as models for the problems that will appear on the final exam. Each problem will have one to five parts, to facilitate division of credit for that problem. Topics outside the subject matter of these problems will not be tested. However, theoretical questions about the details of the problem may be asked. Generally, proofs of textbook theorems are not part of the final exam. There is no numerical or maple work on the final exam, nor are you asked to know anything other than basic integral tables, differentiation formulae. Basic Laplace tables are assumed: you must memorize what you need. Chapter 3: 3.1-16, 3.2-18, 3.3-18, 3.4-22, 3.5-21, 3.6-17, 3.6-32 Chapter 4: 4.1-16, 4.2-28, 4.3-18, 4.4-20, 4.5-22 Chapter 5: 5.1-33 to 5.1-42, 5.3-15, 5.3-28, 5.4-18, 5.5-4, 5.5-24, 5.5-48, 5.6-12, 5.6-18 Chapter 6: 6.1-23, 6.1-35, 6.2-25, 6.2-31 Chapter 7: 7.1-18, 7.2-16, 7.3-18, 7.3-28 Chapter 10: 10.1-29, 10.2-6, 10.2-12, 10.2-23, 10.3-8, 10.3-21, 10.3-38, 10.4-13, 10.4-18, 10.5-9