- Monday, June 18, 2018, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in CHEM 142
- Monday, July 9, 2018, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in CHEM 142
- Monday, July 30, 2018, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in CHEM 142

**Exam 1 study resources:**

The exam covers sections 1.1-1.3 and 2.1-2.6 of the textbook. In addition, you should know how to do all WebAssign problems, homework problems, and Thursday project problems.

There are also many review problems in the Chapter Reviews of your textbook (starting on page 81 for Chapter 1 and page 164 for Chapter 2.)

Below are some practice problems that you may find useful preparing for the exam. Note problems on the exam are not limited to problems such as these. You want to be flexible with your understanding, and be able to transfer concepts to various contexts.

Some practice problems

And here are solutions.

Some more practice problems

and here are solutions.

Here are some conceptual problems to consider. Note that a counterexample is an example for which the "if" part of the statement is true, but the "then" part of the statement is false.

and here are solutions.

Click here for practice Midterm 1 without solutions

Click here another practice Midterm 1 with solutions

Click here for Spring 2017 Midterm 1

Click here for Summer 2016 Midterm 1

**Exam 2 study resources:**

The exam covers sections 2.7 through 3.5 and section 4.1 of the textbook. In addition, you should know how to do all WebAssign problems, homework problems, and Thursday project and in-class activities problems.

Below are some practice problems that you may find useful preparing for the exam. Note problems on the exam are not limited to problems such as these. You want to be flexible with your understanding, and be able to transfer concepts to various contexts.

Click here for Exam 2 review problems. and Solutions.

*Note that solutions to Problem 16(f) and the 18th Derivative Practice Prolbem were corrected 10/15 at 10:10am.

Here's a link with some more derivative practice: Derivative practice tests

Here are some conceptual problems to consider. Note that a counterexample is an example for which the "if" part of the statement is true, but the "then" part of the statement is false.

and here are solutions.

Click here for practice with derivatives of piecewise functions,

and here are answers: Click here for piecewise solutions

More graphing practice: #19-#24 on page 163 of the text, #43-#45 on page 167 of the text.

Click here for practice Midterm 2 with solutions Omit problem 2.

Click here for practice Midterm 2 with answers