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Final Exam Information

November 30

The Final Examination will take place either December 12 or December 14 depending on the section.

The exam is 150 minutes long. No notes, books, computers, phones, calculators or other aids are allowed. Full credit will not be awarded for insufficient accompanying work.

The exam is cumulative. You are expected to know all the material from prerequisite math courses as well as the material covered in the midterms. In addition, the following new material will be on the exam:

All material in the course will have roughly equal weighting on the exam.

  • You do not need to know Laplace’s equation in 6.4.
  • You do not need to know how to apply Green’s theorem to regions that are not simply connected.

Three practice exams have been posted in the resources section, which have similar length, difficulty, and format to your exam.

Midterm 3 Information

November 14

Midterm 3 will take place during the scheduled class period on Tuesday, November 21, 2023.

The exam is 75 minutes long. No notes, books, computers, phones, calculators or other aids are allowed. Full credit will not be awarded for insufficient accompanying work.

The midterm will focus on the following sections from the text:

You are expected to know all the material from prerequisite math courses as well as the material covered in midterms 1 and 2.

  • You do not need to know the midpoint rule for double integrals in 5.1.
  • You do not need to know the “Type I” or “Type II” nomenclature in 5.2.
  • You do not need to know the applications to probability in 5.2.

Two practice exams have been posted in the resources section, which have similar length, difficulty, and format to your exam.

Midterm 2 Information

October 17

Midterm 2 will take place during the scheduled class period on Thursday Tuesday, October 24, 2023.

The exam is 75 minutes long. No notes, books, computers, phones, calculators or other aids are allowed. Full credit will not be awarded for insufficient accompanying work.

The midterm will focus on the following sections from the text:

You are expected to know all the material from prerequisite math courses as well as the material covered in midterm 1.

I will not be testing the material from Absolute Maxima and Minima in 4.7. However, this material will be tested on future assessments. Thus, you do not have to consider problems 341-357 from this section, yet.

  • You do not need to know curvature from 3.3, or the related Theorem 3.7 from 3.4.
  • You do not need to know Kepler’s Laws in 3.4.
  • You do not need to know the formal definition of “limit” from 4.2.
  • You do not need to know the formal definition of “differentiable” from 4.4.

Two practice exams have been posted in the resources section, which have similar length, difficulty, and format to your exam.

Midterm 1 Information

September 15

Midterm 1 will take place during the scheduled class period on Thursday, September 21, 2023.

The exam is 75 minutes long. No notes, books, computers, phones, calculators or other aids are allowed. Full credit will not be awarded for insufficient accompanying work.

The midterm will focus on the following sections from the text:

You are expected to know all the material from prerequisite math courses. In particular, see Calculus: Volume 1 for material from Math 141 and Calculus: Volume 2 for material from Math 142.

I do not expect you to memorize the formulas for the distance between a point and a line or the distance between a point and a plane, but I do expect you to be able to solve these problems. You do not need to know the “distance between skew lines” from 2.5.

Two practice exams have been posted in the resources section, which have similar length, difficulty, and format to your exam.

Welcome to the course!

August 24

This website will be the main source of information for the course outside of lecture. Announcements for the course will be posted on the website here. You can also find the course syllabus, lecture schedule, and additional resources. As the course progresses, you can check your grades on Blackboard