Math 125 Materials Website  Spr. 2020
Due to the current health crisis, all sections of Math 125 will be conducted online during this Spring Quarter. Your instructors will provide details on their individual class Canvas websites.
Important Information:
 Please read: A note to the student.
 REQUIRED for this class:
1) WebAssign access. There is no need to purchase this. If you already purchased a LOE (lifetime of edition) code for the 8th edition of Stewart in an earlier class, you need not buy anything else for the Math 124/125/126/325 sequence. Even if you haven't already purchased a code, this Spring Quarter you'll be able to use Webassign without buying a code (free). However, if you continue in the sequence in later quaters, you will be prompted for payment then.
2) A scientific calculator. This quarter only you can use any scientific calculator (or app) on quizzes and exams. You may not use any graphing calculator or any that have Calculus functions (can integrate or differentiate). In future quarters, when the exams are inperson, a TI30X IIS calculator will be required in any of the Math 120/124/125/126 courses.
 Recommended:
The textbook for the course is
"Calculus, 8th Edition, Early Transcendentals" by
Stewart. An electronic version is included with your purchase of a WebAssign
access code, so a paper copy is not required. However, we do
recommend that you read the textbook, and a paper copy
will make that easier. An older paper copy (6th, 7th, or 8th
edition) will
serve just as well, and will cost significantly less. Some smaller, custom
versions of this textbook (volume 1 covers both Math124 and Math125) may be
available at the UW bookstore for $30$40.
 HOMEWORK:
All homework is accessible and turned in online using WebAssign.
 To sign in to WebAssign,
you must enter through the
Official WebAssign site for UW.
a special WebAssign portal designed specifically for the University of Washington.
You will use your UW Net ID to sign in. Do NOT go to Webassign directly, but rather use the link provided.
 To sign in to WebAssign,
you must enter through the
 WORKSHEETS:
Here is a pdf file with all of the worksheets
for the quarter
together in one file:
AllWorksheets125.pdf
Table of Integrals: During the final exam, you may use directly any of the integral formulas in the table below. All other integrals must be computed from these.
 Calculator policy:
This quarter only you can use any scientific
calculator (or app) on quizzes and exams. You may
not use any graphing calculator or any that have
Calculus functions (can integrate or differentiate). In future quarters,
when the exams are inperson, a TI30X IIS calculator will be required in
any of the Math 120/124/125/126 courses.
 Math 124/5/6 Median GRADE POLICY:
Since Autumn 2012 the Department of Mathematics has adopted a grade
policy for this course. The median course grades for each lecture
section (or a single instructor's combined lecture sections) of Math 124/5/6
taught during the regular academic year will fall within the range of 2.9
+/ 0.2. This policy may not apply to the online sections of Math 124/5/6.
Sample Outline for SPRING Quarter:
Week 
Weekly Outline/ Study Guide 
Exam Archive  Topics and Textbook Sections 

1  Outline 1  Antiderivatives, Areas and Distances, The
Definite Integral (in Stewart: Sec. 4.9, 5.1, 5.2) 

2  Outline 2  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Indefinite Integrals & Total vs Net Change, The Technique of Substitution (Sec. 5.3, 5.4, 5.5)  
3  Outline 3  Applications: Areas between Curves, Volumes
By Slicing, Volumes of Solids of Revolutions via the Disks/Washers
method and via the Shells Method (Sec. 6.1, 6.2, 6.3) 

4  Outline 4  MIDTERM #1 Archive  Applications:
More Volumes; Review.
Midterm #1. Applications:
Work (Sec. 6.4) 
5  Outline 5  Applications: Work; Average Value of a
Function; Techniques of Integration: Integration by Parts, Products of Trig Functions (Sec. 6.4/6.5; 7.1, 7.2) 

6  Outline 6  More Techniques: Trigonometric
Substitution, Partial Fractions, Combining Methods. (Sec. 7.3, 7.4, 7.5) 

7  Outline 7  Approximation of Integrals; Improper
Integrals;
Applications: Arc Length of a Curve. (Sec. 7.7, 7.8, 8.1) 

8  Outline 8  MIDTERM #2 Archive  Applications:
Center of Mass. Review.
Midterm #2.
Intro to Differential Equations (Sec. 8.3, 9.1) 
9  Outline 9  Diff Eqs: Solving Separable Equations,
Various Applications (Sec. 9.3, 3.8; 9.4) 

10  Outline 10  FINAL EXAM Archive  More Diff Eqs; Catch up + Final Exam Review.
(Sec 9.4) 