Date

Announcement 
November 23 
The Chapter 5 Exam will be
Friday, November 30 in class. You may use a graphing calculator
(without an alphanumeric keypad) and notes written on both sides of a
3"x5" notecard. See this set of Practice Problems for
examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here is a
copy of my Chapter
5 exam from Fall 2011. 
October 31 
The Chapter 4 Exam will be Friday, November 9 in
class. You may use a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric
keypad) and notes written on both sides of a 3"x5" notecard. See this
set of Practice Problems
for examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here
is a copy of my Chapter
4 exam from Fall 2011. 
October 8 
The Derivative Gateway is open until October 19.
You must correctly answer 6 out of 7 questions correct to pass the exam
to earn the 100 points for this test. This is a proctored exam, so you
must take it at a scheduled time in the Calculus computer lab. You may
take the test as many times as you wish during the following hours. Week 1 of Math 131 Derivative Gateway (10/810/12) Monday: 910, 1112, 12:201:10, 2:305:30Week 2 of Math 131 Derivative Gateway (10/1510/19) Monday: 95:30 
September 25 
Exam 2 will be Friday, October 5
in class. You may use a graphing calculator (without an alphanumeric
keypad) and notes written on both sides of a 3"x5" notecard. See this
set of Practice Problems
for examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Here
is a copy of my Chapter
2 exam from Fall 2011. 
September 10 
Exam 1 Date Change:
Exam 1 will be Friday, September 21 in class. You may use a graphing
calculator (without an alphanumeric keypad) and notes written on both
sides of a 3"x5" notecard. See this set of Practice Problems for
examples of types of questions that could appear on the exam. Also,
here is a copy of my Chapter 1 exam
from Fall 2011. 
August
20 
Welcome
to Calculus 1 at the University of Northern Colorado. Please read the syllabus carefully, and be sure to introduce
yourself individually to me during this first week of classes. I
usually show up to class early and my office hours are right after our
class on Mondays and Wednesdays. Both are excellent opportunities to
help me get to know you! 