## Math 112 information and links

### Course information:

Math
Department Course Outline

Course
Coordinator's Webpage

Syllabus part 1: Course information
page, Tim Pilachowski’s sections (textbook, academic honesty and grading
information)

Syllabus part 2: Course
schedule, Spring 2010, Tim Pilachowski’s sections (important dates,
including exams)

information about homework, including
WebAssign

Scroll down for a list of links to other resources for Math
112.

### Handouts and Lecture notes:

Pilachowski's
Rules of Mathematics

Need a reminder about basics? What Is a
Fraction?, Fraction
Computation

graphing
calculator handout

Practice
Test 1

function
combination handout (section 2.6), function
inverse handout (section 2.7)

worksheet
3.1a on functions and graphs, worksheet 3.1b on
quadratic maximum & minimum applications

worksheet
3.2 on polynomial functions

worksheet
3.5 on rational functions

Practice
Test 2

worksheet
4.2 on evaluating logarithms

worksheet
4.5 on modeling exponential and logarithm applications

Practice
Test 3

Practice
Final Exam

### Resources:

Testbank
archives of past exams Search the testbank for MATH112, leaving
Instructor, Year and Term as “Any”. MATH113 will be useful for Tests 1 and 2.
MATH115 will be of some limited usefulness.

All tests are in Acrobat (.pdf) format, and many
print well. For ones that don’t, you can choose the “Select Image” tool,
highlight each page as a block, copy it, paste it as a picture into a blank
word-processing page, and print from there.

Math
Success walk-in tutoring

Mathematics Department walk-in
tutoring schedule — Look for tutors of Math 112 (and 113 prior to
Tests 1 and 2).

Learning Assistance Service

Office of Multi-Cultural Student Education
(OMSE)

Mathematics
Tutorial Databank (online tutorials – Follow the Math 113/115 link.)