# Math 126 - Old Exam Archive

Before you use the archive below, please understand that the presentation and coverage of topics will be slightly different from quarter-to-quarter. In particular in the winter of 2018, there were quite a few changes that will take effect from that point moving forward (no more tangent lines for polar, binormal, normal plane, oscullating plane, average value and differentials). Your number one source for studying should always be the homework. Anything on the homework is fair game. If you see something in an old exam that covers a concept that was not covered in the homework, then you can safely skip that old exam problem (but ask me if you are unsure).In my old honors calculus courses, we cover the same material, but more in depth. Those exams require a stronger understanding of the material and a better ability to adapt. I suggest you ignore those exams and study the regular exams in this archive and in the departmental archives. Only look at the honors exams if you are wanting an extra challenge.

EXAM 1 |
SOLUTIONS |
COMMENTS |

Loveless Spring 2023 | Solutions | |

Loveless Spring 2019 | Solutions | |

Loveless Fall 2018 | Solutions | skip 3(a)(ii) about the N vector |

Loveless Spring 2018 | Solutions | skip 4(b) about the N vector |

Loveless Spring 2017 | Solutions | 2(b)(i) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 2(b)(ii) |

Loveless Winter 2016 | Solutions | 3(a)(i) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 3(a)(ii) and skip 4 (2D calculus) |

Loveless Winter 2015 | Solutions | 3(a)(i) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 3(a)(ii) |

Loveless Spring 2014 | Solutions | 2(b)(i) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 2(b)(ii) |

Loveless Fall 2013 | Solutions | skip 3(b) |

Loveless Spring 2013 | Solutions | 3(a) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 4(a) (2D calculus) |

Loveless Spring 2013 (Honors) | Solutions | 3(a) is Polar, study for exam 2 |

Loveless Spring 2012 (Honors) | Solutions | skip 4 |

Loveless Spring 2011 | Solutions | 4(b) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 3 and skip 4(b) |

Loveless Spring 2010 | Solutions | 3(b) is Polar, study for exam 2, skip 5 (2D calculus) |

EXAM 2 |
SOLUTIONS |
COMMENTS |

Loveless Spring 2023 | Solutions | |

Loveless Spring 2019 | Solutions | 1(a) is 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Fall 2018 | Solutions | 1(a) is 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Spring 2018 | Solutions | |

Loveless Spring 2017 | Solutions | 1(a) is 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 2(b) and 1(a)(ii) |

Loveless Winter 2016 | Solutions | 1(a)(i) is 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 1(b)(ii) |

Loveless Winter 2015 | Solutions | 1(a)(b) are from 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 1(c) |

Loveless Spring 2014 | Solutions | 1(a) is from 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 3 |

Loveless Fall 2013 | Solutions | 1(a) is from 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 1(b) |

Loveless Spring 2013 | Solutions | 1 is from 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Spring 2013 (Honors) | Solutions | 1 is from 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Spring 2012 (Honors) | Solutions | 1(b) is from 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Spring 2011 | Solutions | 1(a) is from 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Compilation of Exam 2 Problems | Solutions | 1 and 2 are from 13.4, study for exam 1 |

Loveless Spring 2010 | Solutions | 1(a) is from 13.4, study for exam 1, skip 1(b) |

Please check out the final exams in the math 126 department final exam archive. The final exams are COMMON finals, meaning all sections take the same exam. I provide the exams below simplify to provide you more examples of Taylor series, which is the topic we cover in the last two weeks (and typially appears on the last two pages of the final)

FINAL EXAM along with extra Taylor Series Questions |
SOLUTIONS |
COMMENTS |

Fall 2007 Final | Solutions | |

Spring 2007 Final | Solutions | |

Winter 2007 Final | Solutions | |

Loveless Winter 2007 Exam 1 | Solutions included | |

Loveless Winter 2007 Exam 2 | Solutions included | |

Winter 2006 Conroy Exam 1 | Solutions | |

Sprign 2006 Conroy Exam 1 | Solutions |

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