MATH 1271 (Calculus I)     INSTRUCTOR: SCOT ADAMS
(main class website)

MISCELLANY:

Course Expectations
Class Diary
Topics
      Topics Summaries
      Topics Miscellany
Syllabus
Textbook
      Stewart (required)
      Whitman (optional)
Office hours
      In-person office hrs:
           see the syllabus.
      Online office hrs
Grading Information
Moodle website
Lecture Quizzes
      Problem Bank
Recitation Quizzes
Homework
      NEW Homework
      OLD Homework
      OLD2 Homework
Gateway Exam
Email Record

MORE MISCELLANY:

Additional Practice Problems
Student Site for 1271
V. Reiner's 1271 Page
D. Arnold's Calculus Graphics
Khan Academy
      Our Khan Academy
      TED Talk (video)
      Blended Classroom (video)
Other educational websites
      Coursera
      edX
      Kumon
Read up on
      Calculus
      Flip teaching
      Blended learning
      Differentiated instruction
      MOOCs

EXAMS & DISTRIBUTIONS:

For exam dates, see the syllabus.

What material is covered on a midterm? Look under day of that midterm in the class diary.
The final exam covers all of the material in the course.
Midterm 1A (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1A with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1B (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1B with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1C (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1C with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1D (Spring 2014)
Midterm 1D with solutions (Spring 2014)
      1st midterm grade distr (Spring 2014)

Midterm 2A (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2A with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2B (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2B with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2C (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2C with solutions (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2D (Spring 2014)
Midterm 2D with solutions (Spring 2014)
      2nd midterm grade distr (Spring 2014)

      Final exam grade distr (Spring 2014)

      Distribution of total pts (Spring 2014)

ARCHIVE:

Statistics on Learning

Fall 2013 Archive
Spring 2013 Archive
Fall 2012 Archive
Spring 2012 Archive
Fall 2011 Archive
Spring 2011 Archive
Spring 2010 Archive

Midterm problems, by Topic

Old Final Exams and Sol'ns





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