Math 111 (Previously Math 13)

Warning!To study for an exam, simply doing problems from sample exams is not enough. Not every type of problem can be given on an exam. The exam you take may have a problem of a type not on one of the samples. You still need to review the material in the text and be sure you are familiar with all types of problems in the homework and problem sets.Note: We changed textbooks in the fall of 2009. The new book treats some topics differently, so problems on old exams may not completely reflect what might be on current exams.

Fall 2010

Exam 2 -- Derivatives, limits, continuity

Exam 3 -- Derivatives and applications of derivatives

Final Exam

Fall 2007

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review and introduction to derivatives

Exam 2 -- Derivatives, limits, differential equations

Exam 3 -- Derivatives, integrals, antiderivatives, implicit derivatives

Final ExamFall 2006

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review and introduction to derivatives

Exam 2 -- Derivatives, limits, differential equations

Exam 3 -- Derivatives, integrals, antiderivatives, implicit derivatives

Final ExamFall 2005

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review and introduction to derivatives

Exam 2 -- Derivatives, limits, differential equations

Exam 3 -- Derivatives, integrals, antiderivatives, implicit derivatives, limits

Final ExamFall 2002

Final ExamFall 2000

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review.

Exam 2 -- Introduction to derivatives.Fall 1998

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review.

Exam 2 -- Introduction to derivatives.

Exam 3 -- Introduction to integrals.

Final ExamFall 1997

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review.

Exam 2 -- Introduction to derivatives.

Exam 3 -- Introduction to integrals.

Final ExamFall 1995

Exam 1 -- Precalculus review and introduction to derivatives.

Math 112 (Previously Math 14)

Warning!To study for an exam, simply doing problems from sample exams is not enough. Not every type of problem can be given on an exam. The exam you take may have a problem of a type not on one of the samples. You still need to review the material in the text and be sure you are familiar with all types of problems in the homework and problem sets.

Note:Topics were covered in a different order some years. Take note of the topics for each exam. If you don't find some topics, check the final exam.

Fall 2011, Text: Stewart

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series of constants (no power series).

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus, areas, volumes, arc length.

Final Exam

Fall 2009, Text: Stewart

Exam 1 -- Numerical integration, Techniques of antidifferentiation, l'Hopital's Rule, improper integrals.

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series of constants, first section on power series.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus, areas and volumes.

Final Exam

Spring 2007, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Riemann sums, techniques of antidifferentiation, l'Hopital's Rule, applications of integration (area, volume, arc length), improper integrals.

Exam 2 -- Sequences and series, polynomial approximations.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus.

Final ExamFall 2006, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration, l'Hopital's Rule.

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series through the first section on power series.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus.Spring 2006, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration, improper integrals, l'Hopital's Rule.

Exam 2 -- Sequences and series, Taylor polynomials and series.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus.

Final ExamSpring 2001, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration, improper integrals, l'Hopital's Rule.

Exam 2 -- Sequences and series, Taylor polynomials, partial derivatives.Spring 2000, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration.

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series.Fall 1999, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration (midpoint, trapezoid, Simpson's sums, etc.)

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus.

Final ExamSpring 1999, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 1 -- Techniques of antidifferentiation, numerical integration, improper integrals.

Exam 2 -- Improper integrals, sequences and series.

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus.

Final ExamSpring 1998, Text: Ostebee & Zorn

Exam 3 -- Multivariable calculus, applications of integration.

Final Exam