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Final grades for these sections of Math 151 have been submitted to the Registrar's computer system on Thursday morning, December 20. I hope students will soon be able to see them. More information than you are likely to want about grading the final exam and reporting course grades is available here. 
Things to do 
from 4 to 7 PM in SEC 117. 
Title (with PDF links) 
What is it?  Handed out or posted 

More information than you are likely to want about grading the final exam and reporting course grades is available here.  12/21/2007  
 12/6/2007  
Answers to the second exam  Here are answers to version A of the second exam. Please tell me any comments or corrections. Here is a discussion of the grades and grading.  11/21/2007 
The second exam  Here is a version of the second exam, in a somewhat more compact format.  11/21/2007 
 11/11/2007  
The ninth workshop  See this VERY SPECIAL OFFER! for information about which problem to write a solution for.  11/7/2007 
The eighth workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the second problem on Wednesday, 7. Please remember to justify your assertions using complete English sentences!  10/31/2007 
The "vocabulary" test on critical points: questions and answers  Here is the quiz given on Wednesday, October 31, together with possible answers. This question was (essentially) problem 81 in section 4.2 of the text.  11/1/2007 
The seventh workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the second problem on Wednesday, October 31.  10/24/2007 
Derivative quiz  Here are the questions and answers for the derivative quiz given on October 17.  10/23/2007 
The sixth workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the second problem on Wednesday, October 24.  10/17/2007 
Answers to the first exam  Here are answers to version A of the first exam. Please tell me any comments or corrections. Here is a discussion of the grades and grading.  10/16/2007 
The first exam  Here is a version of the first exam, in a somewhat more compact format. The embarrassing mislabeling of the axes in 7b) first noticed by Mr. Ferraro during the exam (!) has been corrected.  10/16/2007 
 10/5/2007  
The fifth workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the first problem on Wednesday, October 10. Here's a comment about the problem.  10/3/2007 
Real computational quiz on limits  Here is the computational test on limits as it was actually
given. Here are some acceptable
answers.
Here is a discussion of the grades and grading.  9/30/2007 
The fourth workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the first problem on Wednesday, October 3.  9/26/2007 
Students will be given a computational test on
limits in the recitation on Wednesday, September 26. The test will
be similar in length and coverage to what was given in Math 151 last
year. Here are links to material which should help you prepare. A version which was given Answers to this test Comment I confess that we have not yet discussed lim_{x>} and lim_{x>} and therefore I will not ask any questions about such limits. We will cover such limits later (horizontal asymptotes). Please be aware (hint!) that limits whose values are + and  have been featured in the text (vertical asymptotes).  9/20/2007  
The third workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the third problem on Wednesday, September 26.  9/20/2007 
The second workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the fourth problem on Wednesday, September 19.  9/12/2007 
The first workshop  Please hand in a writeup of the second problem on Wednesday, September 12.  9/5/2007 
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 2006 semester, and, before that, the fall
2003 semester. Here are links to the
course material for those instantiations. The material, which is quite
extensive, includes exams with solutions, review material, and a course
diary. Please note that a different textbook
was used, so course content may not be identical.



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