## Links to other webpages for Math 152

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 The course is over! A brief discussion of the final exam grades and grading is here. The course grades were submitted to the Registrar's computer system this afternoon (Tuesday, May 8) and I hope will be available to students soon. A brief discussion of how course grades were computed is here.

Other class material

Title
What is it?Handed out
or posted
Review problems for the final exam These are review problems for the final exam, prepared by the course coordinator. 4/24/2007
The final exam formula sheet This is the formula sheet will be attached to each copy of the final exam. It is the two formula sheets prepared for the two earlier exams combined. 4/24/2007
The second exam Here is a version of the second exam, in a somewhat more compact format.4/18/2007
Some problems using Taylor's Theorem These problems should be discussed during the Thursday, April 12, classes. 4/11/2007
Some review material written by the lecturer for the second exam Here are some old exam problems on material to be tested for the second exam. There are also answers available. Please let me know if there are any errors in this material. I urge you strongly to try the problems first, and not just "read" the answers. 4/3/2007
Review material for the second exam The course coordinator prepared these problems to help students review for the first exam. These problems will be investigated during the Thursday, April 5, recitations. Please attend! 4/3/2007
Formula sheet for the second exam Here is a formula sheet written by the course coordinator for the second exam in Math 152. Please note that the four groups of formulas (beginning with the mention of "Taylor polynomial") are not needed for the exam you will see. 4/3/2007
The fifth workshop Please hand in a writeup of the fourth problem next Thursday, 4/5/2007. The approximate value of 2101 has been corrected to 2.54·1030. Thanks to Ms. Erica Yammer for pointing this out!
The function in this problem is e2cos xcos(2 sin(x)). This is not obvious but I hope to explain it later. You may, if you wish, check this by graphing this function and comparing it to the picture in the problem statement, which is s100.
3/30/2007
Fibonacci numbers Here is material which may be covered in the lecture of Monday, April 2. These notes discuss how to get an explicit formula for the Fibonacci numbers using power series. 3/28/2007
Average winning amount Here is material which may be covered in the lecture of Wednesday, March 28. The notes discuss how to compute the average winning amount which should be the same as the fair entry fee (the "expectation") of a certain coin-flipping game. Some background is given on probability and expectation. 3/28/2007
"Textbook" problems, due 3/29 Please hand in problems 1, 3, and 9 from this set of problems (corresponding to 11.7). No written solutions are available. 3/25/2007
"Textbook" problems, due 3/29 Please hand in problems 1, 4, and 7 from this set of problems (corresponding to 11.6). No written solutions are available. 3/25/2007
"Textbook" problems, due 3/22 Here are some problems due on Thursday, 3/22. The procedures changed because.
The last .001 in problem 2 has been changed to .002: this is what's needed for the solution but I typed incorrectly. Thanks to Mr. KingCheung Cheung for pointing this out!
3/23/2007
"Textbook" problems, due 3/8 Here are some problems due on Thursday, 3/8. The procedures changed because.
I changed problem 1 to make 1a and 1d different, since students were nervous otherwise (logically, this could only have helped!).
3/9/2007
Answers to the second quiz Here are some possible answers to the second quiz. 3/1/2007
The second quiz This is the second quiz given in recitation on Thursday, March 1. 3/1/2007
[One error corrected so far ...]
2/26/2007
The first exam Here is a version of the first exam, in a somewhat more compact format.2/26/2007
The fourth workshop Please hand in a writeup of the first problem next Thursday, 3/1/2007. 2/23/2007
Some review material written by the lecturer for the first exam Here are some old exam problems on material to be tested for the first exam. There are also answers available. Please let me know if there are any errors in this material. I urge you strongly to try the problems first, and not just "read" the answers. 2/16/2007
Review material for the first exam The course coordinator prepared these problems to help students review for the first exam. These problems will be investigated during the Thursday, February 15, recitations. Please attend!
The lecturer hopes to post some review material of his own in a few days. Please check back!
2/14/2007
Formula sheet for the first exam Here is a formula sheet written by the course coordinator for the first exam in Math 152. Please note that the last formulas, for length and surface area, are not needed for the exam you will see. 2/12/2007
Graphing calculator programs for approximate numerical integration Here are a collection of programs for the TI-82/83 and TI-85/86 which compute the Trapezoidal, Midpoint, and Simpson's Rule approximations to the definite integral. 2/12/2007
The third workshop Please hand in a writeup of the fourth problem next Thursday, 2/15/2007. 2/12/2007
Answers to the first quiz Here are some possible answers to the first quiz.
[One error corrected so far ...]
2/4/2006
The first quiz This is the first quiz given in recitation on Thursday, February 1. 2/4/2007
The second workshop Please hand in a writeup of the second problem next Thursday, 2/1/2007. 1/29/2007
The first workshop Please hand in a writeup of the fourth problem next Thursday, 1/25/2007. 1/18/2007
Information sheet Information sheet handed out in the first lecture. The embarrassing misprint ("151" on the top instead of "152") has been corrected. 1/17/2007
I've taught Math 152 a number of times. The most recent occasion was the fall 2001 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. Please note, however, that the course described below was quite different (a small section, not a lecture).
http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~greenfie/currentcourses/math152/math152_index.html
I gave another course covering the same material in fall 2005. This was also a small section and it was an honors section. Some students may find the material relevant.
http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~greenfie/mill_courses/math192/math192_index.html

Final exam Thursday, May 3, 4-7 PM