Math Department Course Outline
Syllabus part 1: Course information page, Tim Pilachowski’s sections (textbook, academic honesty and grading information)
Syllabus part 2: Course schedule, Spring 2012, Tim Pilachowski’s sections (important dates, including exams)
You are welcome to attend any of these hours, even those for another TA.
01** Discussions meet Monday with their Mathematics TA and Wednesday with their Life Science TA.
The Instructors and TAs are:
Tim Pilachowski 
Instructor 01** 
MWF 10:0010:30 am & 1:151:45 pm, TuTh 11:0011:45 am,
MTH3316 

Arijit Sehanobish 
Mon 0111213141 
TBA 

Amy Hudson 
Wed 0111213141 
Thu 8:009:30 am, ANS1420 

Brendan Berg 
Mon 013242 
TBA 

Daniel Altman 
Wed 013242 
TBA 
Testbank archives of past exams Search the testbank for MATH130, leaving Instructor, Year and Term as “Any”. MATH140 and MATH220 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 wordprocessing page, and print from there.
Math Success walkin tutoring
Mathematics Department walkin tutoring schedule —Tutors of Math 141 and 221 may be able to spend some time with you, once they deal with students in their courses. However, your prime source for Math Dept. help will be the Instructors’ and TAs’ office hours listed above.
Office of MultiCultural Student Education (OMSE)
Mathematics Tutorial Databank (online tutorials – Follow the Math 140 – Calculus I link or the Math 141 – Calculus II link.)
Pilachowski's Rules of Mathematics
Need a reminder about basics? What Is a Fraction?, Fraction Computation
Tim Pilachowski's Calculus jingles
Lecture 2.12.2a, Lecture 2.2b2.3, Lecture 2.4, Chapter 2 summary – things you should know
Lecture 3.1a, Lecture 3.1b3.2, Lecture 3.3, Lecture 3.4, Chapter 3 summary
Samples for Exam 1 130 exam1s1, 130 exam1s2, solutions for 130 exam1s1 and solutions for 130 exam1s2 (provided by Justin WyssGallifent)
Lecture 4.1, Lecture 4.2, Lecture 4.3, Lecture 4.44.5, Lecture 4.6, Chapter 4 summary
Lecture 5.15.2, Lecture 5.3, Lecture 5.4, Chapter 5 summary
Samples for Exam 2 130 exam2s1, 130 exam2s2 and solutions for 130 exam2s1, solutions for 130 exam2s2 (provided by Tim Pilachowski)
Lecture 6.1, Lecture 6.2, Lecture 6.3, Lecture 6.4, Chapter 6 summary
Samples for Exam 3 130 exam3s1, 130 exam3s2 and solutions for 130 exam3s1, solutions for 130 exam3s2 (provided by Justin WyssGallifent)
Lecture 7.3, Lecture 7.4, Lecture 7.5, Chapter 7 summary
Samples for the Final Exam 1 130 examfs1, 130 examfs2 (provided by Justin WyssGallifent)
Also go to the math Department Testbank archives of past exams Search the testbank for MATH130, leaving Instructor, Year and Term as “Any”.
There are no solutions (at least not yet).
Work through questions and compare answers with other people.
If you all get the same answer to a question, then you’re probably right.