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 Exam Archive

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2a

Worksheet 2b

Worksheet 2c

Worksheet 3

Worksheet 4

Worksheet 5

Read syllabus for exam rules.

Exam 1: Tues, Oct. 23

Exam 2: Tues, Nov. 20

Location: in Quiz section

Final exam: Saturday, December 8

Time: 5:00-7:50pm

Location:

Lecture A - Kane 110

Lecture B - Kane 210

Lecture C - Kane 220

Stark Ledbetter (AA/AB)

Nicholas Montana (AC/AD)

Nikolaos Eptaminitakis (BA)

David Simmons (BB)

Catherine Babecki (BC/BD)

Peter Gylus-Colwell (CA/CB)

Peter Rudzis (CC/CD)

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- Announced 11/29/18: My last list of review material:
- Week 9 Newsletter
- Final Exam Facts Summary: A brief summary of everything we've done!
- Taylor Series Quick Summary Sheet.
- Final Review Worksheet and Solutions.
- And remember that any and all of the exams in the math department old 126 final archive are good to study.
- Just for your interest (won't be on your test): Old honors worksheet on some Taylor series application.

- Announced 11/21/18: Please check out the following:
- Week 8 Newsletter
- Here is a detailed Overview of Taylor Notes 1, 2, and 3.
- Here is a detailed Overview of Taylor Notes 4 and 5.
- Here is a Taylor Series Fact Sheet.
- Taylor Notes: This is the text for what we are covering now.

- Announced 11/21/18: Here are Exam 2 Solutions
- Announced 11/8/18: Please look at the following:
- Week 7 Newsletter
- Exam 2 Fact Sheet and Exam 2 Review
- 15.2 and 15.3 Review: Try the problems in this review to practice reversing the order.
- 15.2 Region Practice - Solutions: Use this to practice describing regions.
- Even More Practice with 15-2 - Solutions
- integrating powers of sine and cosine

- Announced 11/1/18: Please check out the following postings:
- Week 6 Newsletter
- 14.4 and 14.7 Full Examples
- 15.1 Review.
- 15.2 Region Practice - Solutions
- 15.2 and 15.3 Review.
- Here is a list of integrals we know in one step. These integrals are the main ones from Math 125 that we quote in one step. For all others, we use some technique to simplify to one of these.
- If you are worried about your integration skills, start with this warm up: Here are 24 very basic integrals (they only require simplification or substitution and should be very easy) and here are the solutions.
- In section 15.3, you will need to be able to integrate trig functions well. Here are a few examples integrals involving powers of sine and cosine.
- There may be a few problems that require other techniques. You are expected to know all integration techniques from Math 125. If you don't remember a technique here is more review: Trig Sub and identities and Summary of all methods See sections 7.1-7.5 of the book for more review.

- Announced 10/26/18: Here are solutions to exam 1. There are a couple versions, you will have to look at your numbers to see which version you have:
- Announced 10/25/18: Check these out:
- Announced 10/18/18: Here are a few more postings:
- Week 4 Newsletter
- 10.3 Review (Polar Coordinates)
- Trig Fact Sheet
- 13.3, 13.4, and 14.1 Review (Read this for an example of how to do 14.1 HW problems)

- Announced 10/11/18: Here are a few more postings:
- Announced 10/4/18: Here are a few more postings:
- Week 2 Newsletter
- 12.5 Summary
- 12.5 Visuals and Derivations
- 12.5 Flowcharts
- 12.5 Practice Problems and full solutions: I strongly advise that you attempt these problems on your own in addition to the homework.
- 12.6 Summary Notes: Please print these off for reference, we are discussing names and several 3D shapes and it is nice to have the pictures from these lecture notes for reference.
- Conic Sections: This is an optional supplement that lets you know what conic sections are and it gives a visual of the shape of a hyperbola.

- Announced 9/29/18: Here are my first review postings, check them out:
- Week 1 Newsletter.
- Overview of 12.1-12.4: quick overview.
- Review of 12.1: more detailed review of this section with examples (also a full review of how to complete the square).
- Review of 12.2: reference sheet of some basic vector facts you need.
- Review of 12.3: summary of the dot product and its applications.
- Review of 12.4: summary of the cross produce and its applications.
- A supplemental discussion on vectors and physics: This is just for your own interest (most of this is not covered on the exam), but it may better help you see the applications in the vectors and vector operations we have been discussing in class.

- Announced 9/19/18:
**Textbook and Calculator Info:**The only thing that students are

**required**to purchase for this course is an access code for Webassign.If you took Math 124 and/or Math 125 at UW recently and purchased a Lifetime of the Edition (LOE) or multi-term access code for one of those courses, you do not need to purchase anything further.

Otherwise, the

**cheapest**option (and the one I recommend) is to follow the link this page and purchase "WebAssign Instant Access for Calculus, Multi-Term Courses, 1st Edition" for $87.00. This will come with an electronic version of the text, which I've found is sufficient for most students. If you want a hard copy of the text, you may purchase one at the bookstore (approximately $60 for a used copy). In addition, the Multi-Term Course code will work for Math 324 (which also uses Stewart's text and Webassign) or if you must retake Math 126 in a future quarter, as long as the 8th edition is in use. (Do note, however, that access is purchased for the**text**. Since Math 124, 125, 126, and 324 use the same text, the same code works for all these courses (provided it is multi-term access). If you take a course that uses a different textbook (such as Math 308), you will be required to purchase Webassign access for that textbook.)Again here is the link for the cheapest way to purchase multi-term Webassign access for our calculus courses: https://math.washington.edu/webassign

**I do not recommend purchasing "single-term" Webassign access code from the bookstore.**These codes are single-term codes and will only work for a single quarter.On exams, the

**only calculator that you will be allowed to use**is the TI 30X IIS (any color). If you do not already own this calculator, I**highly recommend**that you purchase one and use it for homework as well as exams.

Lecture Materials

Weekly Newsletters

How to get HW help

Homework (WebAssign)

Syllabus

Course Calendar

Grades

Grade Scale

Taylor Notes

Math Dept 126 website

Overview of 12.1-12.4

12.1 Summary

12.2 Summary

12.3 Summary

12.4 Summary

Physics and Vectors

12.5 Summary

12.5 Visuals and Derivations

12.5 Flowcharts

12.5 Extra Practice

12.6 Summary Notes

13.1 Summary

13.2 Summary

13.3 Summary

13.3 Practice

13.4 Summary

Exam 1 Review

Exam 1 Fact Sheet

13.3, 13.4, and 14.1 Review

Trig Fact Sheet

10.3 Summary

14.3 Review

Partial Derivatives Practice

Calc 1 and 3 max/min facts

14.4 and 14.7 Full Examples

15.1 Review

15.2 Region Practice - Solutions

15.2 and 15.3 Review

Exam 2 Review

Exam 2 Fact Sheet

TN 1-3 Review

TN 4-5 Review

Taylor Series Fact Sheet

Final Review Sheet

Calculus Fact Sheet (Deriv/Int. Tables)

Calculus I Review

Calculus II Review (Part 1)

Calculus II Review (Part 2)

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