Math 210: Fall, 2006

Click here for some basic information about the course, including a syllabus, grading policy, and dates for the exams.

Click here for a tentative plan of what we will cover each day. This will be updated now-and-then to reflect what we are actually covering. The current version is as of Nov. 7.

Click here for answers to some of the homework problems.

PRACTICE EXAMS:
The questions on these are mostly copied from the exams I gave last semester, but they are somewhat modified to fit the somewhat different syllabus this semester. Practice exams will appear here as soon as it is clear exactly which sections the exam will cover.

EXAM 1. This will cover Chapters 1, Chapter 2, and Sections 1 and 2 of Chapter 3. Here's two versions of the practice exam; the two versions have exactly the same questions:
The long version shows what the actual exam will look like, with plenty of blank space left to work the problems.
The short version just lists the questions. You can use this if you want to print it without wasting a lot of paper.

Here's some solutions , thanks to Weiyong He. There may be an error in number 5. Also, the answer to number 3 should be 0.9

EXAM 2. This will cover Sections 3.3, 3.5, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.2. Here's a short version of the practice exam.
Here's a long version , with the answers filled in.

EXAM 3. This will cover Sections 5.3, 6.1, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3. Here's a short version of the practice exam.
Here's a long version , with the answers filled in.

FINAL. This will cover everything we've done. The final is Tuesday, December 19, 7:45AM - 9:45 AM, in 6210 Soc Sci and 5106 Soc Sci.
Take alternate seating. Use either of the two rooms.
Here's a short version of the practice final.
Here's a long version , with the answers filled in.



EXTRA HELP AVAILABLE: From John Halter at the Business Learning Center. He runs sessions on:
Mondays and Wednesdays at 2:25-3:15
Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:30-4:20
Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:35-5:25
Complete an application form at the the BLC office, 2240 Grainger.

Here's a HANDOUT on continuous random variables. It's related to Section 4.3 of the text.