## Links to other webpages for Math 151

 General information for all sections of the course | Syllabus & textbook homework problemsfor all sections of the course | About practice About writeups | Students in these sections | Course diary Part 3 Part 2 Part 1 | The instructorsand local information

Other class material

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Review material for the final exam
The course coordinator (who will be the principal author of the final exam) has prepared some review problems for the final exam, and has also prepared answers to these problems. A formula sheet will be distributed with the final exam.

Here are problems which will be discussed at the last lecture (Wednesday, December 13).

Answers to one version of a quiz for more points on the second exam Answers to the quiz for more points on the second exam. A very brief discussion of the grading is available. //2006
Quiz for more points on the second exam One version of a quiz given to allow students to earn more points on the second exam. 12/5/2006
Answers to the second exam Here are answers to the second exam. Please tell me any comments or corrections. Here is a discussion of the grades and grading. The numbers now show a New total, reflecting the results of the quiz for more points. 11/28/2006
The second exam Here is a version of the second exam, in a somewhat more compact format. The minor misprint discovered by Ms. Blight has been corrected. 11/28/2006
Review material for the second exam
The course coordinator (who will be the principal author of the final exam) has prepared some review problems for the second exam, and has also prepared answers to these problems. Since our second exam will not test the material of section 4.10, problems 20 and 21 of this list are not relevant to current exam preparation.
This formula sheet, prepared by the course coordinator, will be handed out along with the second exam.
The lecturer (who will write the second exam) has prepared some sample problems, and these problems should be discussed and solved during the Thursday workshop meetings.
Note A revised version of the sample problems now exists. This revision was posted at 12:30 AM, Tuesday, 11/14/2006 so you may need to print this version. Here are some answers to these problems with additional remarks. Ms. Blight contributed greatly to these solutions.
Note A slightly revised version of the solutions was posted at 2:35, Saturday, 11/18/2006 with a few minor typos corrected and some minor expository improvements made.
A version of the second exam from the last time I taught the course is available, along with answers. Problem 4 on that exam also tests material from section 4.10, and therefore is not relevant to current exam preparation.
The eighth workshop The graph for problem 4 has been slightly modified. These problems were written with the upcoming exam in mind. No written solutions are requested from students. 11/9/2006
The seventh workshop Please hand in a writeup of one of the problems next Thursday. 11/7/2006
Real computational quiz on derivatives Here is the computational test on derivatives as it was actually given. Here are some acceptable answers.
10/30/2006
The sixth workshop Please hand in a writeup of the second problem next Thursday. 10/23/2006
Some answers to the sample computational quiz on derivatives Here are some possible answers to the sample computational quiz. I strongly suggest that students try to answer the quiz questions before looking at these answers. 10/23/2006
Sample computational quiz on derivatives Students will be given a computational quiz on limits in recitation on Thursday, October 26. Here is a sample of the kind of questions which will be asked. 10/23/2006
The first exam Here is a version of the first exam, in a somewhat more compact format.10/17/2006
Review material for the first exam
The course coordinator (who will be the principal author of the final exam) has prepared some review problems for the first exam, and has also prepared answers to these problems.
The lecturer (who will write the first exam) has prepared some sample problems, and these problems should be discussed and solved during the Thursday workshop meetings. Ms. Blight has kindly prepared some answers to these problems.
A version of the first exam from the last time I taught the course is available, along with answers. That exam included material from Lecture 10, and therefore most of question 5 could not be asked on the exam to be given here.
Here are some web-based review pages.
The fifth workshop No problem solutions are requested. Students should be able to do all of the problems. Being able to solve these problems is necessary knowledge about derivatives at this stage of the course. 10/5/2006
The fourth workshop Please hand in a writeup of the first problem next Thursday. 10/2/2006
Real computational quiz on limits Here is the computational test on limits as it was actually given. Here are some acceptable answers.
9/29/2006
Some answers to the sample computational quiz on limits Here are some possible answers to the sample computational quiz. I strongly suggest that students try to answer the quiz questions before looking at these answers.
Today (9/28/2006) Mr. Pellizzi of Section 6 showed me an error in the justification for the answer to question 5. The answer as given was correct, but some algebraic steps in the justification were incorrect. I've fixed the error and thank him for showing me this.
9/25/2006
Sample computational quiz on limits Students will be given a computational quiz on limits in recitation on Thursday, September 28. Here is a sample of the kind of questions which will be asked. 9/25/2006
The third workshop Please hand in a writeup of the second problem next Thursday. 9/25/2006
The second workshop Please hand in a writeup of the second problem next Thursday. And here is a discussion of why I think these problems are relevant to successful learning of calculus. 9/18/2003
The first workshop Please hand in a writeup of the third problem next Thursday. And here is a discussion of why I think these problems are relevant to successful learning of calculus. 9/4/2003
Information sheet Information sheet handed out in the first recitation meeting. 9/3/2006
I've taught Math 151 a number of times. The most recent occasion was the fall 2003 semester. Here is a link to the course material for that instantiation. The material, which is quite extensive, includes exams with solutions, review material, and a course diary.
http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~greenfie/currentcourses/math151/math151_index.html