My Resources
Online Resources
Note: the internet can in fact do your homework for you in many cases. So can your friends, your mother, and your tutor. That's not the point. Study (and drink) responsibly.
 Here's a Unit Circle.

Math Insight  Calculus readings by topic (very good!).
 Dr. Math  Question answer service (by 'Math Doctors'). Use the search box first; there's a 99% chance someone has asked your question before.
 Mathematics at StackExchange  Question answer service (by the 'hive mind'). Use the search box first; there's a 98% chance someone has asked your question before.
 Wolfram Alpha  Calculator of divine proportions.
 Math Forum Digital Library  Catalogue of web resources.
 CalcPlot3D  Very extensive graphing/visualisation tool.
 MVT from Applied Math  Another great graphing/visualisation tool.
 Practice tests from the publisher of your textbook:
CU Resources

The Undergraduate Mathematics Resource Center is in Math 175 (first floor of math building), and is open, with tutors, MTh 95 and F 92. Your TA has hours there TBA.
 A tutor list is available.
Review Materials
 Suggested Review Problems for Midterm 1 (click for solutions):
 The gameshow quiz from class (solutions on the last page).
 7.1 34, 59;
7.4 17;
8.1 5, 20;
8.2 48.
8.3 18, 13, 17, 18, 19, 28, 33.
7 Review 22, 25, 30, 33, 35, 70, 86, 98, 128, 135, 137, 146, 149, 150, 160.
8 Review 4, 16, 21, 31, 36, 40.
 Suggested Review Problems for Midterm 2 (click for solutions):
 The gameshow quiz from class (solutions on the last page).

9.2 33;
9.3 46;
9.4 42;
Chapter 9 Review 4, 7, 32, 39, 44, 57, 81;
Chapter 10 Review 6, 13, 23, 33;
I also suggest you do all the Chapter 9 "Check Your Understanding" and many of the Chapter 10 "Check Your Understanding"; it's impractical to put up solutions to all these, so just ask if you have questions
 Suggested Review Problems for Final (click for solutions):
 The gameshow quiz from class (solutions on the last page).

Chapter 11 Review 1, 21;
Chapter 12 Review 7, 15;
MORE COMING SOON;
Handouts from Class
Links from Computer Demos in Class
 Four Dimensions (Tuesday, September 4th, 2012):
 Polar Coordinates:
 Polar Coordinates Applet in Sage (in order to use it you need to do the following: 1) register and log into sage.colorado.edu, 2) open the link above then click "edit" from the top of the applet page; 3) click on the box containing the code and type SHIFT+ENTER; 4) move the sliders on the applets that appear; 5) note that the second one is super slow to update when you move a slider).
 The Quincunx:
 Sound and Fourier Series: