Math Department Course Outline

Syllabus part 1: Course information page, for all of Tim Pilachowski’s sections

(textbook, academic honesty and grading information)

Syllabus, part 2: Course schedule, Fall 2023, 02** Tim Pilachowski’s sections

(important dates, including exams)

information about homework, including WebAssign

information about Lecture quizzes, including PointSolutions software

*IMPORTANT:
You must follow the instructions exactly to ensure that your WebAssign and ResponseWare (if used) scores are correctly linked to the gradesheets in ELMS/Canvas.*

Guided Study Sessions (GSS)

Leader and schedule will be posted on the front
page of the ELMS course page.

Teaching Assistants (TAs)

Names, Office location and schedule will be
posted on the front page of the ELMS course page.

UM
Terrapin Teachers Recruitment

Get
credits and a stipend for teaching elementary and/or middle school classes.

Testbank
archives of past exams Search the testbank for
MATH140. Some, but not all of the Exams in the testbank
are identified by Instructor. You may have to resort to trial and error in
finding the Exams I have posted.

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.

Mathematics Department walk-in tutoring
schedule — Look for tutors of Math 141.

Teaching and Learning Transformation Center (in Edward St John)

Math Success walk-in tutoring

Office of Multi-Cultural Student Education
(OMSE)

Pilachowski's Rules of Mathematics

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

Rational expressions work the same
way as fractions with numeric numerators and denominators!

Tim Pilachowski's Calculus jingles

You
should download and print these Lecture outlines either the afternoon before or
the morning of each Lecture. During the Lecture, I will move quickly through
material which I know is on the outline, giving you more time to take notes on
the Examples.

Lecture
2.1, Lecture
2.2, Lecture
2.3, Lecture
2.4, Lecture
2.5

Lecture
3.1, Lecture
3.2, Lecture
3.3, Lecture
3.4, Lecture
3.5, Lecture
3.6, Lecture
3.7, Lecture
3.8

Lecture
4.1, Lecture
4.2, Lecture
4.3, Lecture
4.4, Lecture
4.5, Lecture
4.6, Lecture
4.7, Lecture
4.8, Lecture
4.9

Lecture
5.1, Lecture
5.2, Lecture
5.3, Lecture
5.4, Lecture
5.5, Lecture
5.6, Lecture
5.7, Lecture
5.8