MATH 1300 - Calculus 1, Summer 2019


This course has three midterm exams and a final exam. Note that these exams are in the evening, and do not take place your regular classroom. Exam locations vary by section and will be announced by each instructor in class. These locations are also given in the link below.
  • Monday, June17, 2019, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in DUAN G1B20
  • Monday, July 8, 2019, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in DUAN G1B20
  • Monday, July 29, 2019, 5:15 pm to 6:45 pm in DUAN G1B20
Final Exam: Friday, August 9, 2019, 3:00 pm to 5:30pm in DUAN G1B20


Click here to check the Final Exam location for your section. Note that this room may differ from the room of your midterms.

For students with extra time and/or reduced distraction accommodations, you will be taking your final in ECCR 1B55.


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. Here are solutions.

Patrick Wynne will be holding a review session for all sections *Sunday, February 3rd from 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm* in ECCR 200. The review will be mostly guided by studentsí questions. Seating is first come, first serve. Please bring your questions, and be sure thank Patrick for sharing his time.



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.
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.
Here are the 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.

Patrick Wynne will be holding a review session for all sections *Sunday, March 3rd from 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm* in ECCR 200. The review will be mostly guided by studentsí questions. Seating is first come, first serve. Please bring your questions, and be sure thank Patrick for sharing his time.



Exam 3 study resources:
The exam covers sections 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, and 4.8 and of the textbook. In addition, you should know how to do all WebAssign problems, homework problems, and 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 3 review problems. and Solutions.

More optimization practice: Optimization practice problems, and solutions
Yet more optimization practice: Jae Min's optimization practice problems, and solutions
L'Hopital's rule practice: practice problems, and solutions (thanks to Noah Williams)

Patrick Wynne will be holding a review session for all sections *Sunday, April 7th from 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm* in ECCR 200. The review will be mostly guided by studentsí questions. Seating is first come, first serve. Please bring your questions, and be sure thank Patrick for sharing his time.



Final Exam study resources:
The final exam is cumulative, covering all the material we've covered throughout the semester. You can still refer to the previous lists of review problems to review for additional material on the three midterms.
Review problems for final exam, and solutions

Even more review problems for final exam, and solutions, ignore problem 5.