Dr. Andrew D. Loveless

aloveles@math.washington.edu

Office: Padelford C-339

Office hours: Click Here

Kaloyan Marinov (HA, HB)

kmarinov@math.washington.edu

Midterm 1: Tues Oct 23

Location: in Quiz Section

Midterm 2: Tues Nov 20

Location: in Quiz Section

Please read the syllabus for Midterm rules. Make-up midterm exams will not be given for any reason.

Final exam: Sat Dec 8

Final Time: 1:30-4:20pm

Location: SAV 264

Most course materials can be found at the right of the page. If you have a question, please contact me or your TA, directly or by e-mail.

- Announced 11/28/2012: Here is some postings you might find useful:
- A Checklist of Information and Coverage about the Final Exam.
- A Week 8 overview: 4.4-4.5.
- A Week 9 overview: 4.7.
- A Notes on the Kite Optimization problem from class.
- Here are Solutions to exam 2.
- Here is a direct link to the Math 124 Final Exam Archive
- Note that updated grades are online (the current median grade is 3.5 as I said is standard for Math 124 Honors, after the final I will more carefully distribute the grades around this median of 3.5, but this should give you a good rough idea of where you are today).

- Announced 11/16/2012: Here are a few postings/reminders:
- Here are the Write up 2 solutions.
- Here is a Review of 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3.
- At the right of the page you will find a link to old honors midterms. Please check them out.
- It is also appropriate to study any exam from the Math 124 Exam 2 Archive

- Announced 11/5/2012: Make sure to check out the new postings:
- Here is the Overhead of Derivative Rules.
- 3.9: Related Rates gives an overview of the approach to related rates problems.
- 3.10: Linear Approximation discusses linear approximation.

- Announced 10/29/2012: Here are solutions for exam 1.
- Announced 10/29/2012: Here are a few postings to help you with the material:
- First, A Review/Summary for sections 3.5 and 3.6.
- Second, A Random List of Derivatives to Practice from Old Exams and here are Written out solutions.
- Third, here is the discussion of parametric equations with various graphs that I handed out in lecture on Wednesday.

- Announced 10/15/2012: A few more postings:
- Exam 1 Review Overheads.
- A overview of 3.3 and 3.4 with a discussion of trig identities.
- The solutions to Write up Problem 1.
- Read the previous announcement for links to old exams for studying.

- Announced 10/10/2012: Please check out the following postings:
- An overview of 2.7, 2.8, 3.1 and 3.2 which contains some homework strategy suggestions.
- An extra written up example of how to find lines that are tangent to two given curves (this was created by my colleague Dr. Conroy, thanks to him).
- At the right of the page you will find a link to old honors midterms. Please check them out.
- It is also appropriate to study any exam from the Math 124 Exam 1 Archive.

- Announced 10/3/2012:
- At the right you will also see a week 2 review.
- Here is a flowchart discussing limit methods.
- The write-up problem about the horizon which is due Friday, Oct. 12th.

- Announced 9/28/2012: Here are some postings you may find useful:
- A precalculus review.
- An Week 1 Overview.
- An Epsilon Delta Supplement
- In addition, you may be interested in extra chapter 2 practice problems.
- A brief discussion of absolute values.

- Announced 9/22/2012: Welcome to Math 124. This webpage contains the course syllabus, the homework schedule, a course calendar and links to Math 124 material. Throughout the quarter I will be posting numerous review sheets and announcements. Please check back regularly.

Some notes about the first week of the quarter:- You will complete a worksheet in quiz section on Tuesday of this week. You are responsible for bringing a copy of the worksheet (For this week, get the "Circles and Lines" which is part of week 1) to quiz section. See the "Math 124 materials website" link on the right-hand sidebar for this and all subsequent worksheets (or go to the calendar). Worksheets count toward the "participation" portion of your grade.
- Your first homework assignment is due at 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct 3. Log in to Webassign to see this and all subsequent homework assignments. (How To Use Webassign)
- Once you type in an answer for a particular problem (or part of a problem) on webassign, a submit button appears. You submit one problem (or part of a problem if you like) at a time and your points for that problem are stored as part of your total score. You are allowed 5 attempts at each answer in Webassign (except for T/F and multiple choice questions, for which you are typically allowed one try).

Homework (WebAssign)

Course Syllabus

Course Calendar

Grades

Grading Scale

HONORS Exam Archive

Precalculus Review

Week 1: 10.1, 2.1, 2.2

Epsilon Delta Supplement

Week 2: 2.3-2.6

Limits flowchart

Week 3: 2.7, 2.8, 3.1, 3.2

Week 4: 3.3-3.4

10.2 Parametric Equations

Week 5: 3.5-3.6

Overhead of Derivative Rules

Derivatives Practice

Solutions To Derivative Practice

3.9 Review

3.10 Review

Week 7: 4.1-4.3

Week 8: 4.4-4.5

Week 9: 4.7

Math Study Center

Center for Learning

and Undergraduate

Enrichment (CLUE)

Student Counseling Center

Information for Students

of International TAs