101:207 Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering

spring term 2019 (January–April)

Important updates

  • The final exam was on Thursday, 11 April 2019, at 3:30pm. The use of calculators, lecture notes, formulæ sheets or any other aids was NOT allowed in this exam.

Pro tips for doing well

  • The CLP textbook should be your primary source of information, *NOT* the lectures! Study your lecture notes alongside the CLP textbook and read ahead.
  • Work on questions from the CLP problem book without looking at the answers first.
  • Come to class prepared and ask questions.
  • Do the WeBWorK assignments throughout the week and not just on Fridays.
  • Form a study group.
  • Ask and answer (!) questions on Piazza.
  • When you are ready, look at past final exams.

Things to you should have done by now

  • Find the CLP textbook and problem book.
  • Familiarize yourself with the common course page. Here you should find all the information you need. In particular, make sure you understand the assessment information for this course.
  • Familiarize yourself with the MATH 101 Canvas page.
  • Find the Piazza link on Canvas. This is an online forum where you can discuss questions with your fellow students. There is also a dedicated Piazza teaching assistant (TA) who can help.
  • Find the links to your WeBWorK assignments on Canvas. Always access your assignments through Canvas, otherwise they might not appear on your Canvas record!

Where to get help

  • Ask questions in class: if you have a question, somebody probably wants to ask the same question.
  • Ask your friends.
  • Ask questions on Piazza.
  • Come to my office hours.
  • Go to the MLC.

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