MATH 131 - Calculus 1
  Fall 2013

Announcements

Date
Announcement
October 29
The Chapter 3-4 Exam will be in class on Friday, November 8. You may use both sides of a 3"x5" notecard and a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric keypad). See this set of Practice Problems and Solutions for examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here is a Chapter 4 exam from Fall 2012.
October 17
Gathering for Gardner Events on Monday, October 21
"Some Mysteries of Numbers," guest colloquium by Thomas Garrity
4:30-5:30 in Ross Hall 1040
"Celebration of the Mind," fun activities for everyone (including kids), magic show, catering, prizes, etc.
6:30-8:30 at the University Center, Panorama Room
October 8
The Derivative Gateway and Practice Tests will be available from October 14 through November 1. Proctors will be available in ROSS 2263 at the following times:
10/14-10/25
MWF 10-12 and 3-4, T 3-4, Th 8-10:30
10/28-11/1
MWF 10-12 and 2-6, T 2-6, Th 8-10:30 and 2-6

October 1
The Chapter 2 Exam will be in class on Friday, October 11. You may use both sides of a 3"x5" notecard and a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric keypad). See this set of Practice Problems and Solutions for examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here is a Chapter 2 exam from Fall 2012.

September 12
The Chapter 1 Exam will be in class on Friday, September 20. You may use a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric keypad). See this set of Practice Problems and Solutions for examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here is a Chapter 1 exam from Fall 2012.

August 29
You may take the Calculus Readiness Test in ROSS 2263 during any of the following times:

Tuesday 9/3 9am-11am*, 12pm-1pm, 7pm-8pm *9am-11am will be in ROSS 2261

Wednesday 9/4 9am-10am, 11am-12pm, 1pm-2pm, 6pm-7pm
The test will take 30-40 minutes, so you must start it when there is at least 30 minutes remaining in a testing period.

August 27
The final exam will be Monday, December 9th, from 4:15 to 6:45 pm.

August 27
Welcome to Calculus 1 at the University of Northern Colorado. Please read the syllabus carefully, and be sure to introduce yourself individually to your professor during this first week of classes.

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