Location depends on your discussion section.
The final will be comprehensive, though there will be some extra weight on the parts of Chapter 16 that was not covered on Midterms 2 and 3. Also, given the cumulative nature of this course, many concepts from earlier chapters are used in Chapter 16. For instance, finding the equation of the tangent plane to a parameterized surface requires basics about planes and cross products (Sections 12.4 and 12.5) and partial derivatives (Section 14.3). Sometimes, such more elementary concepts will have their own questions, and sometimes they will be tested only as components of questions from Chapters 15 and 16.
Here are some past exams, with solutions.
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