Dr. Andrew D. Loveless

aloveles@math.washington.edu

Office: Padelford C-339

Office hours: Click Here

Keys to Success on Math 111/2 Exams

Old Exams and Solutions

Please read:

Exam Rules and Advice

Midterms are in your normal quiz sections

Midterm 1: Thurs, Jan. 31

Midterm 2: Tues, March 5

Final Exam: Saturday, March 16

Location:

\ A - Kane 210

\ B - Kane 220

Time: 5:00-7:50pm

(Tentative Schedule) Note: The solution link will be active the day after the activity is completed.

Activity 1 (Jan. 8) - Solutions

Activity 2 (Jan. 10) - Solutions

Activity 3 (Jan. 17) - Solutions

Activity 4 (Jan. 24) - Solutions

Activity 5 (Feb. 5) - Solutions

Activity 6 (Feb. 12) - Solutions

Activity 7 (Feb. 14) - Solutions

Activity 8 (Mar. 5) - Solutions

Activity 9 (Mar. 7) - Solutions

All Activites in One File

Shuntao Chen(AA/BA)

shuntao@uw.edu

Molly Baird (AC/AD)

bairdm2@uw.edu

Zijian Li (AB)

zijianli@uw.edu

Ruqian Chen (BC/BD)

ruqian@uw.edu

Most course materials can be found at the right of the page. If you have a question, please contact me or your TA, directly or by e-mail.

- Announced 3/11/19: See exam solutions below (check your numbers to see which version you have). See class email and grades link on the right for updated grade info:
- Announced 3/9/19: Please check out the new posting:
- Here is my Week 9 Newsletter, check it out!
- Chapter 14 Overview: with worked out examples.
- Full review for the final contains a brief summary of all topics.
- I took one particular final at random old final (a final we gave in 2007), and I wrote "outlines" for how to do the problems. Please Solution outlines to an old final. I hope this gives you yet another way to study.
- Final Exam Archive.

- Announced 2/28/19: Please check out the new posting:
- Here is my Week 8 Newsletter, check it out!
- Review of 13.3 with many fully worked out examples and visual aids.
- Chapter 13 Quick Formula Summary
- Review for Exam 2 Contains an overview of all the exam 2 content and a discussion of the basic algebra skills you need.

- Announced 2/21/19: Here are some new postings:
- Here is my Week 7 Newsletter, check it out!
- Flowchart of how to do any derivative or integral problem in Math 112.
- Review of 12.4 with many fully worked out examples that have to do with finding C along with two fully worked out and explained old exam questions that have to do with applications.
- Review of 13.2 with many fully worked out examples and an old exam question discussion with solutions.

- Announced 2/7/19: Here are some new postings:
- Here is my Week 5 Newsletter, check it out!
- Review of 10.1-10.2 with worked out examples.
- Review of Global Max/Min with a discussion of the first steps in all the five fundamental questions.
- Review of 11.1 and 11.2 with three fully worked out examples.
- Review of 12.1 and 12.3 with four fully worked out examples.
- Brief overview of how to solve equations (the skills you need for this class).

- Announced 2/5/19: See exam solutions below (check your numbers to see which version you have):
- Announced 1/31/19: Please check out the following postings:
- Here is my Week 4 Newsletter, check it out!
- Brief overview of how to solve equations: the skills you need a lot in the next week (and throughout the rest of the course).
- Review of 10.1-10.3 with worked out examples.
- Review of Global Max/Min (10.3)

- Announced 1/23/19: Please check out the following postings:
- Here is my Week 3 Newsletter, check it out!
- Here are Exam Rules and Advice.
- Review of 9.7 and 9.8 with worked out examples.
- Review of 9.9 and discussion of the fundamental connections between a function and it's derivative.
- Derivative Graph Summary Sheet.
- A summary and checklist of topics you should know for Exam 1.
- Also check out the Exam Archive and some of my advice about exams

- Announced 1/17/19: Please check out the following postings:
- Here is my Week 2 Newsletter, check it out!
- Review of 9.5 and 9.6 and discussion/examples of finding tangent lines
- Review of definitions with examples for business terms and MR/MC : Read this!!!!
- Derivative Graph Summary Sheet

- More derivatives practice and Answers.
- Also check out the activity solutions which you can find at the lower left of this page! The activities are a key tool to clearing up the concepts (solutions will appear within a day or so after you do them in quiz section).

- Announced 1/10/19: I will post several review sheets throughout the term, so check back frequently. Here is my first group of postings (they can also be found at the lower right part of this page):
- Here is my Week 1 Newsletter, check it out!
- Overview of 9.3 with examples. If you get stuck, also read my Review of Functional Notation.
- Overview of 9.4 with examples. If you get stuck, also ready my Review of Basic Exponent Rules.
- Ten practice problems that only use the 9.4 rules with solutions.

- Announced 1/2/19: Welcome to Math 112! On the first day of the quarter, before you do anything else, go to the Webassign homework.
Click this link (Webassign Homework) to log-in and use the big red button in the middle of the page which says "Log In @ the University of Washington" (you must use this log-in button).
The course and assignments will only become visible on the first day of class.

*Textbook Information*:- If you purchased Webassign and/or the text for Math 111 (with life-of-edition access), you do not need to purchase anything new for this quarter.
- If you did not take Math 111 at UW with Webassign, you must purchase a Webassign access code in order to complete the homework for the course. You are NOT required to purchase a hard copy of the text, an electronic copy comes with your Webassign homework.

UW Webassign Log-In: Webassign Homework (you can purchase access in webassign if you did not take Math 111). - If you wish to purchase a hard copy of the text, the book is Mathematical Applications for the Management, Life, and Social Sciences, 12th edition, by Harshbarger/Reynolds. You may purchase a custom, loose-leaf edition of the text, listed as Applied Mathematics for Business, at the University Book Store. (Chapters 1-6 are used in Math 111 and chapters 9-14 are used in Math 112.) A new copy of the text comes bundled with an access code for Webassign at the bookstore.
- Whether you use the hard copy or electronic copy of the text, all students must have a Webassign access code. Webassign offers a two-week grace period during which you may access your homework without entering an access code.

*Other Required Materials*:- a clear plastic ruler;
- a TI 30X IIS calculator (NO other calculator model is allowed)

Lecture Materials

Weekly Newsletters

How to get HW help

Homework (WebAssign)

Syllabus

Course Calendar

Grades

Grade Scale

Math 111 Refresher

Review of Functional Notation

Review of basic exponent rules

Overview of 9.3 with examples

Overview of 9.4 with examples

9.4 Practice problems and solutions

Overview of 9.5 & 9.6 with examples

Overview of MR/MC with examples

Review of 9.7 & 9.8

Review of 9.9

Derivative Graph Summary Sheet

Derivatives practice -
Answers

Exam 1 Review

Review of Solving Skills

Review of 10.1-10.3

Review of Global Max/Min (10.3)

Review of 11.1 & 11.2

Review of 12.1 and 12.3

Review of 12.4

Review of 13.2

Derivative Integral Flowchart

Derivative/Integral practice -
Answers

Applications practice -
Answers

Review of 13.3

Ch 13 Formula Summary

Exam 2 Review

Ch 14 Review

Final Exam Review

Math Study Center

Student Counseling Center

Center for Learning

and Undergraduate

Enrichment (CLUE)