Syllabus TAs Lecture Notes Homework & Quizzes Exams Extra Resources Moodle |

Name | Email | Office Hours (changed finals week) | Discussions |

Kate Meyer | meye2098 (at) umn (dot) edu | M 1:30-2:30, Th 9-10, Vincent 555 | -011 |

Drusilla Hebert | hebert (at) umn (dot) edu | M 10:05-11:05, 1:20-2:20, F 10:05-11:05, 1:20-2:20, Vincent 506 | -012, -015 |

Erin Stuhlsatz | stuhl022 (at) umn (dot) edu | M 5-7, TH 12-2, Vincent 420 | -013, -016 |

Erin Oakley | oakle023 (at) umn (dot) edu | M 11-12, TH 10-11, 2-4, Vincent 420 | -014, -017 |

Homework will not be collected, but the problems on the weekly quizzes will either be chosen from among the homework problems or structured similarly.

Thus completing the homework on schedule is in the students' best interests. While working on the homework with classmates is both allowed and encouraged,

you need to be able to work out the material yourself, as homework is your best source of preparation for the quizzes and exams.

A short quiz will be given in your Tuesday discussion section every week that there is no exam. The two lowest quiz grades will be dropped.

Homework Problems

Solution Sets

There will be three 50 minute midterm exams held during discussion section. Midterms are tentatively scheduled for **Tuesday, October 1st**,

**Tuesday, October 29th**, and **Tuesday, November 26th**. If you have a conflict with any of these dates, please contact your instructor immediately.

Each midterm will cover material up to the week of the exam. Use of calculators, phones, or any other electronic devices will not be allowed during quizzes or exams.

Midterm 1

Midterm 1 Solutions

Midterm 2

Midterm 2 Solutions

Midterm 3

Midterm 3 Solutions

Final Exam Week office hours, review times and locations, and extra study materials can be found on this page

Slides from lecture will be made available later in the day after each lecture for which they exist.

On days when we review the midterms there may be no slides.

**Important:** Slides do not include examples (which are done on the blackboard), nor do they include the detailed explanations

of topics which are given during lecture. They are closer to an outline and general guide. __They do not replace attending lecture__,

but merely aid in reviewing the material later.

Lecture Notes

This Trigonometry and Algebra reference card may be useful to students as you work through homework and prepare for exams:
Reference Card

Students may find the Khan Academy Calculus videos a handy supplement to lecture. Students are especially encouraged to watch the relevant

videos if they are unable to attend a lecture:

Calculus Videos

The Khan Academy also has videos for trigonometry, precalculus, and algebra, and students who are having difficulties with these prerequisites

are highly encouraged to watch the videos and catch up quickly:

Trigonometry and Precalculus Videos

Basic Trigonometry Videos

Trigonometry and Precalculus Videos