- Wednesday from 11:15am-12:05pm (in 102 McAllister)
- Thursdays from 9:10-10:00am (in 001 McAllister)
- Fridays from 10:15-11:15am (in 001 McAllister)

If none of these times, let me know and vote for your favorite times in Angel!

You can also attend *any* of the Common Core Office Hours.

- The main course page is located at http://www.math.psu.edu/ug/courses/math141.

This page is an excellent source of information and practice problems. - Polls, important links, and additional study resources can be found on your section's page at angel.psu.edu.

If you are feeling rusty on your calculus I, trigonometry, or algebra, you can find sugestions for review here.

The Syllabus for my sections of Math 141.

- Indeterminate limits, Improper integrals, Sequences, and Basic series (49 pages, 18 Mb).
- Series Convergence Tests (58 pages, 21 Mb).
- A Conceptual Summary of Sequences and Series.
- Power Series, Representing Functions with power series, Taylor Series, and and Taylor Polynomials (53 pages, 18 Mb).
- Parametric and Polar Curves (38 pages, 13 Mb).

- Integration and L'Hopital's Worksheet: With hints, Without hints, and Solutions
- Series Convergence Worksheet: With hints, Without hints, and Solutions
- Polar and Parametric Equations: Worksheet and Solutions

- Review for Quiz #1
- Practice Quiz #1 and Solutions (from Fall 2012)
- Quiz #1 and Solutions

- Review for Quiz #2
- Practice Quiz #2 and Solutions (from Fall 2012)
- Quiz #2 and Solutions

- Review for Quiz #3
- Practice Quiz #3 and Solutions (from Fall 2012)
- Quiz #3 and Solutions

- Review for Quiz #4
- Practice Quiz #4 and Solutions (from Fall 2012)
- Quiz #4 and Solutions

- Written Homework #1 and Solutions
- Written Homework #2 and Solutions
- Written Homework #3 and Solutions
- Written Homework #4 and Solutions
- Written Homework #5 and Solutions

- Indeterminate Forms - One Example
- Improper Integrals - Two Examples
- Integral Comparison Test - Useful Tricks

- Sequences Worksheet and Solutions
- Describing Geometric Series - Several Methods
- Computing Geometric Series - Practice Problems

- Series Convergence: Extra Limit Comparison Test Example
- Series Convergence: Checking Absolute/Conditional Convergence
- Series Convergence: Extra Ratio Test Example

- The interplay between
*Sequence*Limits and Infinite*Sums*- worksheet and solutions

- A html 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".

- An Excel worksheet on Computing
*pi*using Series

You will need to enable macros for full functionality. You can read a copy of the macro code here.