Dr. Jonah Ostroff

email: ostroff [at] uw [dot] edu

Office: Padelford C-548

Tuesdays, 10:00 AM–12 PM

Wednesdays, 4:00–6:00 PM

Smith Hall, room 120

Section E:

MWF, 1:30 PM–2:20 PM

Section F:

MWF, 2:30 PM–3:20 PM

Sections EA and EB:

Nikolaos Eptaminitakis

Sections EC and ED:

Alexander Hornof

Sections FA:

Jair Taylor

Sections FB and FC:

Jize Zhang

Midterm 1: April 21st (quiz section)

Midterm 2: May 17th (quiz section)

Final exam: June 4th

5:00 PM – 7:50 PM, room TBA

May 27: Here's a list of topics for the final exam.

May 24: The solutions to midterm two are available here.

May 18: For the last
few weeks of the quarter, we'll be using these
Taylor notes instead of the textbook.

May 9: There's a midterm next week, on May 17th!
As before, you should:

• Look through the list of topics.

• Practice old midterms from the archive
(and perhaps consult this
forum post).

• Try the Daily
Fake Exam Problems.

• Come to a review session Monday afternoon (May
16th), 4 PM to 6 PM in Miller 301.

April 25: The solutions to last week's midterm are
available here.

April 19: There's an exam on Thursday! Some things
you should be doing to prepare:

• Look through this list of
topics.

• Practice old midterms from the
archive.

• Try the Daily
Fake Exam Problems.

• Come to a review session Wednesday afternoon, 4 PM
to 6 PM in Miller 301.

April 11: Hey, I made you a game to practice
working with vectors (inspired by Assignment 4, Problem #5). It's
called Vector, Scalar, or Nonsense?

March 30: Here's an overview of vectors. It will
be updated periodically over the next week as we learn more things.

Also, if you're still trying to register for a section of Math 126,
here are the first three homework assignments, each due next Tuesday.

Chapter 12.1

Chapter 12.2

Chapter 12.3

March 28: Hey,
welcome to Math 126! Please acquaint yourself with the following links:

• WebAssign,
where you'll be completing homework.

• The Catalyst discussion
forum, where you can ask me
questions outside of class.

• Google Drive (Section
E; Section
F), where you can
access the lecture notes.

Syllabus: Section E, Section F

Class
discussion forum

(login required)

Homework
(via WebAssign)

An Approximate Calendar

Lecture notes: Section
E, Section
F

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