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I don't think we will actually need to use calculus to solve the problems mathematically, so it's more of a conceptual thing like when it comes to understanding what the instantaneous rates mean and also how to derive the integrated rate laws from the differential rate laws. Dr. Lavelle sent an email outlining some of the calculus we use for conceptual understanding so that's a good review.
I actually don't think we will need to know any calculus, as long as you memorize or understand how many of the equations are derived. In fact, I think almost of the equations are in the equation sheet, so you won't be expected to derive them on the test. (I think).
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