Dr. Andrew D. Loveless

aloveles@math.washington.edu

Office: Padelford C-339

Office hours: Click Here

Yernat Assylbekov (AA, AB)

yernat@uw.edu

Min Wu (AC, AD)

wumin@uw.edu

Yuanlong Chen (BA, BB)

ylchen88@uw.edu

Gerardo Zelaya-Eufemia (BC, BD)

geze@uw.edu

Midterm 1: Tuesday, Feb. 2

Midterm 2: Tuesday, Mar. 1

Midterms are given in your normal quiz section. Please read the syllabus for Midterm rules. Make-up midterm exams will not be given for any reason, see syllabus.

Final exam: Saturday, March 12

Time: 5:00-7:50pm

Location: Kane 130

Math 126 materials website (Contains Old Exams and Course Material)

Old Exam 1 Archive

Old Exam 2 Archive

Final Exam Archive

Additional Recent Exam Archive I created a couple years ago

Exam Correspondence Sheet for material from middle part of course

A note to Math 126 Students (Please Read)

- Announced 3/3/2016: First, here are Exam 2 Solutions. Second, here is a list of review material that should help you for the final:
- Week 9 Newsletter
- Final Exam Facts Summary: A brief summary of everything we've done.
- Final Exam Checklist of Topics.
- Taylor Series Quick Summary Sheet.
- Taylor Polynomial/Final Review Worksheet which contains a list of practice problems and here are the solutions to problems 1-13 and solutions to problems 14-23 (Note the obvious miscalculation typo in 18(c), which also effects 18(d), sorry).
- Taylor Notes
- Here is a detailed Overview of Taylor Notes 1, 2, and 3.
- Here is a detailed Overview of Taylor Notes 4 and 5.
- And remember that any and all of the exams in the math department old 126 final archive are good to study.
- Also note that my recent exams archive contains a few more exams with solutions along with some old midterms that cover Taylor series with solutions.
- Just for your interest (this won't be on your test, you can ignore this), here is an old honors worksheet discussing a few applications of Taylor series (there are many more applications than those listed in this worksheet, but I think these are all applications that you can appreciate now with the tools/background you currently have).

- Announced 2/25/2016: Here is the Week 8 Newsletter. Here is a quick Summary of all the main facts in Math 126
- Announced 2/18/2016: Please check out the following postings:
- Week 7 Newsletter
- Quick Review for Exam 2 and Exam 2 Conceptual Review. Ignore any reference to 15.5 or center of mass (this won't be on our midterm
- 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 here are the solutions.
- In section 15.4, 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 are a few more bits of review:
- 15.1 and 15.2 Review.
- 15.3 and 15.4 Review.

- Announced 2/11/2016: Exam related links:
- Week 6 Newsletter.
- Here is an overview of max/min facts from calculus 1 and calculus 3.
- 14.4 and 14.7 Review: In addition to summarizing the material, this review sheet contains additional fully worked out examples for: linear approximation, differentials, classifying critical points, and global max/min.
- Here are Exam 1 Solutions with Comments.
- Exam 1 reflection survey (opens Tuesday morning): https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/aloveles/293346

(for completing this survey, I will round up your homework score by an additional 3% at the end of the term)

- Announced 2/3/2016: Check these out:
- Week 5 Newsletter.
- Formula summaries overheads and example computations from 13.2 and 13.3 (with solutions).
- Fact Sheet about Calculus on 3D Parametric Curves.
- 13.3, 13.4, and 14.1 Review.
- Partial Derivatives Examples and a Review of Derivative Rules (including implicit differentiation).
- 14.3 Review.

- Announced 1/28/2016: Check these out:
- Week 4 Newsletter.
- Recipe for Success in Math 124/5/6: I handed this out the first day of class. It would be good to read it again.
- Exam 1 Basic Facts sheet: One page, quick summary of the basic facts and formulas going into exam 1.
- Exam 1 Review
- Formula summaries overheads and example computations from 13.2 and 13.3 (with solutions).

- Announced 1/21/2016: Here are a few more postings:
- Week 3 Newsletter
- Exam 1 Basic Facts sheet: One page, quick summary of the basic facts and formulas going into exam 1.
- Math 124 Review of Finding Tangents Lines: Reviews finding tangent lines for cartesian and parametric equations in 2D.
- Homework notes and hints for 10.1/13.1 and 10.2/13.2: Homework hints included to get through all the small facts in these sections.
- Overview of basic facts from 12.5, 12.6, 10.1 and 13.1.
- Overview of basic facts from 10.2, 10.3, 13.2. I think this has some helpful summaries, so please look through it and use it as reference.
- Also remember to check out the lecture materials (especially for 12.6 and 10.1/13.1, 10.2/13.2) as they contains lots of summary facts.
- Overview of basic polar coordinate facts. You might also find these helpful when doing polar coordinates:

- Announced 1/13/2016: Here are a few more postings:
- Week 2 Newsletter
- 12-5 Intro Overheads: Describes (with pictures) how we get the equations for lines and planes.
- 12-5 Summary Overheads
- Practice Problems and full solutions for finding lines and planes: I will use these problems as examples in lecture.
- 12-6 Intro Overheads: 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 1/6/2016: 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.
- Visual Descriptions of 3D Lines and Planes.
- A supplemental discussion on vectors and physics: This is just for your own interest (not covered on exam), but it may better help you see the applications in the vectors and vector operations we have been discussing in class.

- Announced 1/1/2016: Important textbook and
*Webassign*information:- All students must have access to
*Webassign*in order to do the homework. If you already purchased Lifetime of the Edition access to*Webassign*for the 7th edition of Stewart's Calculus Book in Math 124 or 125, you do not need to purchase a new access code. If you did not purchase*Webassign*access for Math 124 or 125, the least expensive option is*Webassign*with the electronic text. Read the following instructions for more information on purchasing webassign access:

Webassign Purchasing and Log-In Instructions. - 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

Homework (WebAssign)

Taylor Notes

Math 126 Syllabus

Lecture Materials

Course Calendar

Grades

Grading Scale

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 1 Solns

Worksheet 2a

Worksheet 2a Solns

Worksheet 2b

Worksheet 2b Solns

Worksheet 2c

Worksheet 2c Solns

Worksheet 3

Worksheet 3 Solns

Calculus I Review

Calculus II Review (Part 1)

Calculus II Review (Part 2)

Overview of 12.1-12.4

Review of 12.1

Review of 12.2

Review of 12.3

Review of 12.4

Review of 12.5

12-5 Intro Overheads

12-5 Summary Overheads

Practice Problems and solutions for lines and planes

12.5, 12.6, 10.1, 13.1 Quick Review

10.3 Introduction

10.2, 10.3, 13.2 Review

Exam 1 Basic Facts sheet

13.3, 13.4, and 14.1 Review

14.3 Review

14.4 and 14.7 Review

Dr. Loveless Math 124 Review and Reference Material Archive

Dr. Loveless Math 125 Review and Reference Material Archive

Week 1 Newsletter

Week 2 Newsletter

Week 3 Newsletter

Week 4 Newsletter

Week 5 Newsletter

Week 6 Newsletter

Week 7 Newsletter

Week 8 Newsletter

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