about Math 192
|Students in the course|||
In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself within a dark wood where the straight way was lost.
Other class material
(with PDF links)
|What is it?||Handed out|
|The final exam||The final exam, in a somewhat more compact form. (I even included problem 3.) Here is a discussion of the grades and the grading and here is how course grades were determined.||12/27/2005|
|The official Math 152 formula sheet for the final exam||This formula sheet will be distributed with the final exam.||12/13/2005|
Review material for the final exam
I should be in my office, open to questions, suggestions, etc. at these times:
Friday, December 16, from about noon to about 2 PM.
Monday, December 18, from about noon to about 4 PM.
Review Session Tuesday, December 19, from 7 to 9 PM (by popular demand) in Hill 525.
|The Fibonacci numbers||Analysis of the generating function of the Fibonacci numbers||11/29/2005|
|Answers to Exam 2||Answers to the first exam. Please let me know if you have comments or corrections.||11/28/2005|
|Exam 2||Exam 2, in a somewhat more compact form. Here is a discussion of the grades and the grading.||11/28/2005|
|Review problems for exam 2||Here are some review problems for the second exam. I hope you will work on some of them, and we can discuss them on Monday.||11/19/2005|
|Formula sheet for exam 2||This is the standard formula sheet to be used for the second exam in Math 152. It will be handed out with our second exam.||11/16/2005|
|Workshop problems #5||The fifth set of workshop problems||11/16/2005|
|Taylor's Theorem||Several proofs of Taylor's Theorem and some other material. See here also.||11/14/2005|
|Workshop problems #4||The fourth set of workshop problems||10/24/2005|
|L'H and other limit tricks||Exam performance and subsequent conversations made clear that a significant portion of the class may not be familiar with certain limit techniques. These techniques will be important in Math 192 when we look at sequences and series. This is not too far off, so perhaps some review and/or organization of knowledge is useful.||10/19/2005|
|Answers to Exam 1||Answers to the first exam. Please let me know if you have comments or corrections. Here is a discussion of the grades and the grading.||10/11/2005|
|Exam 1||Exam 1, in a somewhat more compact form. This even includes problem 2, I hope, which may be invulnerable to copying.||10/11/2005|
Review material for exam 1
A review session is scheduled for Sunday, October 16, at 4 PM in Hill 525.
|Formula sheet for exam 1||This is the standard formula sheet to be used for the first exam in Math 152. It will be used for our first exam.||10/2/2005|
|Workshop problems #3||The third set of workshop problems||9/24/2005|
|Workshop problems #2||The second set of workshop problems. If you need hints, let me know, please. Here are hints and comments.||9/14/2005|
|Maple exercises||Learn how to use Maple. This is a good thing. I believe this is best done working with another student.||//2005|
|From MVT to FTC||Some notes on how to deduce a version of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus from the Mean Value Theorem. I did this much too fast in class.||8/30/2005|
|Workshop problems #1||The first set of workshop problems, plus comments on what's expected and an example. Here's a hint for problem 3. Here's most of a message to me and the answer I sent about problem 1.||8/30/2005|
|Information sheet||An information sheet to be handed out on the first day of class.||8/30/2005|
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