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- Friday from 11:15am-12:30pm

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- The Syllabus for Math 1131. This is your source for
*course pacing*,*grading*, and some*helpful hints*on group work and calculators. - You can access WebAssign using HuskyCT. Just go to our section's page, and click the link for "WebAssign Homework" on the left. If you are having trouble logging in, try using another browser. Internet Explorer and Safari do NOT appear to work. Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome appear to work.

- A list of good practice problems in the textbook.

- A checklist to help you review for
*every*quiz.

- Quiz #1 and Solutions

- Quiz #2 and Solutions

- Exam 1 Review: Topics Covered,

Review Worksheet, and Solutions

- Exam #1 and Solutions

- A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to help you understand what future grades are possible, given your current grades.
If you plug in your own personal current grades for the different categories, you can see what grades are possible based on your final exam score. By trying out different possible future quiz averages, exam scores, etc., you can get a better sense of what your final grade might look like.

- Quiz #3 and Solutions

- Quiz #4 and Solutions

- Exam 2 Review: Topics Covered

Review Worksheet, and Solutions

- Exam #2 and Solutions

- Quiz #5 and Solutions

- Integrals Review: Topics Covered

Review Worksheet, and Solutions

- One section's Final Exam and Solutions

- Class 34: Approximating Net Area
- There are a couple of different ways to write down sums formulas. This handout summarizes the different ways, and explains when each is the most valuable.
- Class 29: Antiderivatives
- This handout summarizes a variety of antiderivative formulas that we get for free from our derivative formulas.
- Class 28: Optimization Problems
- This handout sketches how you can use the basic "principles of problem solving and sketching" when doing optimization problems.
- Class 23: Related Rates II
- You can find helpful ideas for solving these types of problems in the day's Worksheet and its Solutions.
- Class 22: Compound Interest and Related Rates I
- An interactive Investments Worksheet. To get a more concrete picture of how compound interest results in exponential growth, try plugging different numbers into the spreadsheet. What happens if you change the Starting Value? What about changing the Interest Rate, or the Period?
- Class 14: Trig Derivatives
- This fill-in-the-blank handout handout illustrates where the several trigonometric derivatives come from.
- Class 6: Limit Laws
- This fill-in-the-blank handout handout summarizes the many limit laws.

- A worksheet exploring general exponential functions. This was created using a free and open source computer algebra system called Sage.

You can modify and run the worksheet "cells" using this free online Sage "Cell Server". Just replace the text in the box with the command you want to run and click "Evaluate".