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Web Page for Math 135, Spring 2011

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
during the term. Students should check back periodically.
Course Overview. All students should
read this first!
Generic Syllabus
Suggested topics for individual lectures
Homework
Problems
How to Get Help
Introduction to WeBWorK
WeBWorK
Link to PDF version of the TI-83 Plus Guide. Chapter 3 on
Function Graphing is particularly relevant. Save a tree. View this
material online, but please do not print it out.
For students who want extra help, there will be a calculus clinic every Friday at 2:00-??? in ARC 328. To avoid duplication of effort, students attending these clinics are urged to arrive before 2:45.
Students may also find it useful to review How to do well in calculus, with Prof Soffer.

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Information Related to the Final Exam

The final exam will be from 4:00 to 7:00 PM on Thursday, May 5, 2011.
Consult your instructor to find out the location of the exam, which may be different from your usual classroom.

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.
Professor Soffer will also conduct a review in person at 4:15, May 4, in Hill 114.

Professor Noone is giving a review session Tuesday, May 3, in 135 Scott Hall on the College avenue campus from 10-12:30 AM. All are welcome.

Professor Kabus is giving a review session Tuesday, May 3, in Lucy Stone Hall, room A142, Livingston campus, starting at 5 PM.

Professor Rainsford is giving a review session Tuesday, May 3, in 211 Van Dyke on the College avenue campus starting at 10:30 AM.

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)
The above problems contain no business problems. Here are a few
review problems on the applications of calculus to business.
Business review problems (no answers)
Business review problems (with answers)

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Information Related to the Second Hour Exam

Professor Soffer's online review, Part I

Professor Soffer's online review, Part II

Here are the problems for Prof Soffer's review

Formula Sheet for Exam 2
Study Suggestions for Exam 2
Prof Ferry's review sheet for Exam 2
More practice problems for Exam 2 from Prof Ferry
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Sims in fall
2005 (no
solutions)
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Sims in fall
2005 (solutions)
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Sims in spring
2006 (no
solutions)
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Sims in spring
2006 (solutions)
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Greenfield in
spring 2005 (no
solutions)
Version of Exam 2 given by Prof Greenfield in
summer
2006 (no
solutions)
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.

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Information Related to the First Hour Exam

Formula Sheet for Exam 1
Study Suggestions for Exam 1
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.