The following links point to important information about the operation of the course. Students are expected to be familiar with the policies and procedures described. Additional information will be posted here throughout the term. Students should check back periodically.

Course Information • ∫ ∂ • Exam 1 Materials • ∫ ∂ • Exam 2 Materials • ∫ ∂ • Final Exam Materials

- Course Overview. All students should read this first!
- Generic Syllabus
- Suggested topics for individual lectures
- Homework Problems
- Introduction to WeBWorK
- WeBWorK

- Professor Soffer has help sessions on Thursdays, 2:30 - 4 PM in ARC 328.
- Math and Sciences Learning Center
- Rutgers Learning Centers
- Trio
- You should also check with your RA to see what's available in your dormitory.
- For students who want extra help, there will be a calculus clinic regularly. The time and location of these clinics is subject to change, please check the MSLC website for more information.
- Students may also find it useful to review "How to do well in calculus," with Prof Soffer.

Suggestions:

- Try to work on math every day. It takes time to understand these concepts and it's better to study for some time each day than for a longer time once or twice a week.
- After you read a problem in the text, cover up the solution and see if you can work it yourself without looking at the text. If you have trouble, uncover just enough of the book's solution to get yourself started again. Keep going until you finish the problem. Make a note to come back and try that one again with the answer covered. After all, if you have trouble when you've just read the solution in the book, how are you going to do that problem on the exam?
- Most importantly, go home and try the homework the night after the class in which the section is discussed. That makes it easier to understand the discussion of HW problems at the next class. It also makes it easier to remember how to do the problems when exam time rolls around!

- Formula Sheet for Exam 1
- Study Suggestions for Exam 1
- There is a video review - start by doing the practice problems before you watch part 1 and part 2.
- Practice test for Exam 1 prepared by Prof. Soffer (no solutions)
- Version of Exam 1 given by Prof Sims in fall 2005 (no solutions)
- Version of Exam 1 given by Prof Sims in fall 2005 (solutions)
- Version of Exam 1 given by Prof Sims in spring 2006 (no solutions)
- Version of Exam 1 given by Prof Sims in spring 2006 (solutions)

Note: The fall 2005 exam covered through Section 3.5 of the text while the spring 2006 exam covered only through Section 3.4. Check with your lecturer to see what material will be covered on your exam.

Note: The fall exam covered Sections 3.6 to 4.6 of the text. The spring exam covered Sections 3.5 to 4.7. The coverage will vary from class to class.

The final will be a cumulative, closed book exam. Student prepared formula sheets will not be allowed. An official formula sheet (see the copy below) will be provided. Calculators MAY NOT be used on the final exam. Check the Math Department homepage for the final exam locations.

- Formula Sheet for the Final
- Prof Soffer has created a televised review session for the Fall 2010 final which we are using again this semester. The problems are in review exam 1 and review final. The video files are in video: exam 1 part 1, video: exam 1 part 2, and video: final exam.
- Fall 2008 televised problems
- Study Suggestions
- Fall 2008 Final (no solutions).
- Fall 2008 Final (with solutions).
- Practice problems (Ferry-Raff spring 2007).
- Practice problems (Greenfield)
- More practice problems (Greenfield)
- Final exam (Greenfield)
- Another final exam (Greenfield)
- Version of Final Exam given in Fall 2007 (no solutions)
- Version of Final Exam given in Fall 2005 (no solutions)
- Version of Final Exam given in Fall 2005 (with solutions)
- Version of Final Exam given in Spring 2006 (no solutions)
- Version of Final Exam given in Spring 2006 (with solutions)
- General review problems (no answers)
- General review problems (with answers)
- Business review problems (no answers)
- Business review problems (with answers)

The above problems contain no business problems. Here are a few review problems on the applications of calculus to business.