This page contains various course materials and assignments
for **MA122** and links to web sites that might be of
interest.

As you know, you are to write a weekly response paper to something you read in a mathematics blog. Click here for some suggestions.

- Course syllabus.
- Reading and Writing Assignments.
- Assignment 0.
- Assignment 1.
- In class worksheet 1.
- Solutions for Assignment 1.
- Assignment 2.
- Series to know in your sleep!.
- Solutions for Assignment 2.
- In class worksheet 2.
- Assignment 3.
- Solutions for Assignment 3.
- Assignment 4.
- In class worksheet 3.
- Solutions for Assignment 4.
- Last year’s Midterm 1.
- Last year’s Solutions for Midterm 1.
- Assignment 5.
- Solutions for Assignment 5.
- In class worksheet 4.
- Final solutions for Midterm 1.
- Assignment 6.
- Solutions for Assignment 6.
- Assignment 7.
- In class worksheet 5.
- Solutions for Partial Derivatives Fair.
- Solutions for Assignment 7.
- In class worksheet 6.
- Assignment 8.
- Solutions for Assignment 8.
- Assignment 9 (with correct number).
- Solutions for Assignment 9.
- Last year’s midterm 2.
- Solutions and Comments for Midterm 2.
- Assignment 10.
- Solutions for Assignment 10.
- In class worksheet 7.
- Assignment Last.
- Solutions for Assignment Last.
- Here is last year’s exam, complete with one of the goofiest mistakes ever by a professor (problem 5) and an integration problem (problem 3) that requires polar coordinates.

I'll be adding more of these as the course progresses.

- If you have an iPhone, you may want to check out Francis Su’s Math Feed.
- I mentioned in class that that there exist many mathematical functions beyong the ones we learn about in elementary courses. Take a look at the Digital Library of Mathematical Functions, maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
- In my solutions, I often make use of the Sage Cell Server. It even works on mobile devices.
- Need help with your homework? Maybe Wolfram|Alpha can help.
- Wolfram MathWorld is more like an online encyclopedia of mathematics.
- Another nice one is PlanetMath.
- There are, of course, tons of sites that have calculus information, including many that have course notes, problems, and solutions. Google is your friend. There's also tons of free software of varying quality.
- The hardest way to make a million dollars: the Clay Institute's Millennium Prize Problems.

Fernando Q. Gouvêa ---- fqgouvea@colby.edu