Dr. Andrew D. Loveless

aloveles@math.washington.edu

Office: Padelford C-339

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Recipe for Success In 124/5/6

Dr. Loveless Exam Archive

Math Dept Exam 1 Archive

Math Dept Exam 2 Archive

Final Archive

Read syllabus for exam rules.

Exam 1: Thurs, Oct. 19

Exam 2: Thurs, Nov. 16

Location: in Quiz Section

Final Date: Sat, Dec. 9

Final Time: 1:30-4:20pm

Final Location: KNE 130

Kristin DeVleming (BA)

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Lei Xue (BB)

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Kelvin Lam (BC,BD)

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Adam Kapilow (CA,CB)

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Collin Litterell (CC,CD)

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- Announced 11/30/2017: Here is my last group of postings:
- Look up your Final Exam Assigned Seating Here and here are schematics of the main floor and schematics of the balcony.
- Here is my End of Week 9 Newsletter, read this!
- A final review checklist.
- The final exam archive.
- Chapters 8.3, 9.1, 9.3, 9.4/3.8 Review.
- For your own interest, here are my review sheets on basic differential equations that I give my students in Math 307 in the first two weeks. Some of this is beyond the scope of this course, but for the most part you can understand what is posted and this would increase your depth of understanding:

- Announced 11/16/2017: Some new materials:
- Here is my End of Week 8 Newsletter, read this!
- Here are Exam 2 Solutions
- Don't forget to check out my lecture materials.

- Announced 11/8/2017: Some new materials:
- Here is my End of Week 7 Newsletter, read this!
- A Review of 7.7 and 7.8.
- Don't forget to check out the Dr. Loveless Exam Archive and the Math 125 Exam 2 Departmental Archive.

- Announced 11/2/2017:
- Here is my End of Week 6 Newsletter, read this!
- Here is a Flowchart of the Integration Methods.
- And a thorough discussion and review of all the integration methods.
- Look at homework and old exams for practice. If you want more practice, I compiled several problems here:

- Announced 10/26/2017: Please see if the following postings will help:
- Here is my End of Week 5 Newsletter, read this!
- Here is an updated list of all the basic integrals you need for the homework.
- Here are 12 integration by parts practice problems. The first 7 are standard (definitel do these for practice), the last 5 are extremely challenging (harder than homework/exams). Solutions can be found at the right of this page.
- And here is a Summary of cases for 7.2 Trig integrals.
- Here is a essential identities for 7.3.

- Announced 10/23/2017: Exam 1 Details:
- Here are Exam 1 Solutions.
- Here is an Exam 1 Reflection Survey: Please complete this (it is optional, but you get a small amount of extra homework "round-up" if you complete it).
- Here are Exam 1 Stats and Answers to Common Questions (see page 2).
- Information on grades is up. (Homework is included but most of your grade comes from your exam 1 score)

- Announced 10/19/2017: Check these out:
- Here is my End of Week 4 Newsletter, read this!
- Here are additional basic work examples and full solutions
- Compilation of old Work problems from my old exams and full solutions.
- Large compilation of challenging work problems from old finals and full solutions written by me.

- Announced 10/12/2017: Check these out:
- Here is my End of Week 3 Newsletter, read this!
- Here are Exam Rules and Advice
- Check out this quick review for exam 1.
- Don't forget that you can find prepared lecture materials through the link at the right of this page.
- An overview of 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3 that will be what we are discussing this week (and it is the last topic before the first midterm).
- If you having trouble choosing "dx" or "dy", try this exercise four practice problems (from lecture) for finding the area between curves

and solutions. For all problems in chapter 6, you start by choosing "dx" or "dy" in the same way as these four problems! - Here is an old quiz that I gave on u-substitution (solutions included). Students told me this quiz was hard, so try these out and see if you can do these "hard" substitution problems.
- Rememember, to check out Dr. Loveless' Exam Archive which contains many old exams by me with full solutions. You should also look at all the old exams in the math department's exam 1 archive.

- Announced 10/5/2017: Here are some new postings:
- Here is my End of Week 2 Newsletter, check it out!
- Here is a a list of the integrals you can do in one step. Up to section 5.4, the only integration method is "
**simplify and hope**". That is, simplify your integrand, and hope that you end up with something in this table. - Section 5.5 is about changing the independent variable (or substitution), here is a supplement on some of the theory behind u-substitution.
- Here is a list of basic integral practice problems and here are solutions.

- Announced 9/29/2017: 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 End of Week 1 Newsletter, check it out!
- Here is an overview of chapter 5
- Here is a summary of the steps in constructing a Riemann sum (You may want to bring this to class).
- List of Basic Antiderivatives. Currently, our only integration techinique is to simplify the function algebraically into a sum of functions in this table.
**With our current methods, we can only find antiderivatives of sums and constant multiples of functions that look EXACTLY like the functions in this table.** - Riemann Sums (pdf): This is a copy of a couple of the overheads from my 5.1 lecture concerning approximating rectangles. In addition, it includes most of the solution to problem 5.1/24 on the second page.
- Calculus I Review (pdf): Contains a table of the basic derivatives, the basic derivative applications, and finishes with a review of trig and algebra (you received a copy if you attended quiz section).

- Announced 9/18/17: Welcome to Math 125! This webpage contains the course syllabus, the homework schedule, a course calendar and links to review material. Each week, I will be posting numerous new review sheets and announcements. Please check back regularly.

Some notes about the first week of the quarter:- General course information can be found at the Math Department 125 Website.
- Your first homework assignment will be visible the first day of class. Note: UW students need to use a special login page for webassign. (You can log-in for free as part of the two week trial period even if you haven't puchased webassign yet. So everyone has access to the homework on the first day of class.):
https://www.webassign.net/washington/login.html. - All students must have access to
*Webassign*in order to do the homework. The access you purchase for Math 124 will also work for 125, 126, and 324 (only one code needed for these four courses since they all use the same book). For information on how to purchase access, follow the links below and read carefully:Least Expensive Option to Purchase Access Online and Instructions to Enter Access Code

Lecture Materials

Weekly Newsletters

How to get HW help

Homework (WebAssign)

Syllabus

Course Calendar

Grades

Grade Scale

Math Dept 125 website

Precalculus Review

Calculus 1 Review

List of Basic Antiderivatives

Riemann Sums Illustration

Riemann Sum Summary

Chapter 5 Review

5.5 Substitution

Basic integral practice - Solns

6.1-6.3 Review

6.4 Practice -
Solns

6.4 Exam Practice -
Solns

6.4 Challenge - Solns

7.1 Practice

- Sols to first 7 problems

- Sols to 5 challenge problems

Summary of 7.2 Trig

Essential Identities for 7.3

Review of 7.1 to 7.5

Flowchart of Integration Methods

30 old exam integrals

- comments and answers

11 practice integrals

- Full Solutions

12 more random integrals

- Full Solutions

Review of 7.7 and 7.8

Chapters 8.3, 9.1, 9.3, 9.4/3.8 Review

A final review checklist

Math Study Center

CLUE Tutoring

Academic Advising

Student Counseling Center

Disability Resources for Students