- (3-16-18) Here are solutions to the problems on the Math 10B 2016 final exam. Please give a big thank you to Dr. Tucker for preparing these!
- (3-12-18) The Math 10B final exam will be on
**Saturday, March 17**from**8-11 am**.**Make sure to arrive on time. If you arrive after students have left the exam, you will not be able to take it.**You do not need to bring a blue book to the exam, but please make sure to bring your student ID. As usual, you may bring one handwritten page of notes. Here are the exam locations:- Stevens (Lecture A):
- Sections A01-A05 will take the exam in York 2722
- Sections A06-A10 will take the exam in Galbraith Hall 242

- Tucker (Lecture B): All students will take the exam in Ledden Auditorium
- Licht (Lecture C): All students will take the exam in Center 115

- Stevens (Lecture A):
- (2-10-18) Here is a review outline for the final exam. We hope it will help you to guide your studying.
- (3-12-18) In case you misplaced the emails with the links to the midterm solutions, here they are again:
- Here are solutions to the first midterm
exam. Please note:
- The answer to 3a should be 8-pi.
- The answer to 5 should be 8/9*(26), i.e. 208/9.

- Here are solutions to the second midterm exam. Please note that there should be a plus sign instead of a minus sign in the last term of the solution to problem 3b.

- Here are solutions to the first midterm
exam. Please note:
- (2-26-17) The Math 10B second midterm exam will be on Thursday, March
1st at 8:00 pm. You will have 60 minutes to complete the exam. You do
not need to bring a blue book to the exam, but please make sure to bring
your student ID. Here are the exam locations:
- Stevens (Lecture A):
- Sections A01-A06 will take the exam in Center 101
- Sections A07 and A08 will take the exam in Center 109
- Sections A09 and A10 will take the exam in Center 212

- Tucker (Lecture B): All students will take the exam in Ledden Auditorium.
- Licht (Lecture C): All students will take the exam in Galbraith Hall 242.

- Stevens (Lecture A):
- (2-22-18) Here is a review outline for the second midterm exam. We hope it will help you to guide your studying.
- (1-28-17) The Math 10B first midterm exam will be on Thursday, Feb.
1st at 8:00 pm. You will have 60 minutes to complete the exam. You do
not need to bring a blue book to the exam, but please make sure to bring
your student ID. Here are the exam locations:
- Stevens (Lecture A):
- Sections A01-A06 will take the exam in Center 101
- Sections A07 and A08 will take the exam in Center 109
- Sections A09 and A10 will take the exam in Center 212

- Tucker (Lecture B): All students will take the exam in Ledden Auditorium.
- Licht (Lecture C): All students will take the exam in Galbraith Hall 242.

- Stevens (Lecture A):
- (1-24-18) Here is a review outline for the first midterm exam. We hope it will help you to guide your studying.
- (1-6-18)
**Electronic Device Policy:**Please do not use devices such as cellphones, laptops, tablets, or iPods during lecture or discussion section as they are usually very distracting to yourself and your classmates. If you need to use such a device for class related matters such as taking notes, please notify the professor or TA. - (1-4-18) Welcome to Math 10B!

- TritonED Login to access your online homework on Webassign
- Course Syllabus You are responsible for knowing the information and policies in the syllabus
- Course Calendar Use the calendar to find the dates and times of exams and see which sections to read in order to prepare for lecture
- Homework Assignments and Due Dates
- Math 10B Instructors Links to contact information, office hours and other information specific to your instructor
- Piazza An online discussion forum for students in Math 10B
- Past Math 10B exams
**Note: The Math 10B lecture/exam schedule changes each quarter, so our exams will differ in both form and content from the above exams; however, the questions on the above exams are still good practice.**

- Final Exam Responsibilities An outline of the responsibilities of faculty and students with regard to final exams
- The Academic Senate policy regarding final examinations (These are the rules!)
- Student Conduct Regulations UCSD policy on student conduct and discipline

- Resources for assistance and tutoring:
- Supplemental Instruction Schedule of SI sections
- Free Walk-in Tutoring Provided by the Teaching and Learning Commons, Triton Achievement Partners
- OASIS UCSD's Office of Academic Support and Instructional Services
- WolframAlpha Enter your question or calculation to compute the answer
- How to Study Mathematics: Useful advice from the Mathematics Department at The Ohio State University
- Khan Academy Math Video Library Video resources on everything from basic algebra to calculus
- Calc101.com Automatic Calculus Derivatives and Integrals

- Interesting sites about Mathematics:
- Wikipedia Math Portal
- Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
- Math Archives
- Very interesting blog about several aspects of mathematics and teaching mathematics by Fields medalist Sir William Timothy Gowers

*(If you see a Math site you like that's not here, email me the URL.)*