 Math Exam 2 is Tue. Dec. 5 starting promptly at 9am in Sem 2 C1105.

 The Exam will concentrate on material since Math Exam 1, but the material is necessarily cumulative. Since Math Exam 1, you have completed Math Problem Sets #5 – #8 and Quiz #5 – #7.
 The exam will be written with the intent that well prepared students can finish it in approximately 2 hours.
 We will ask for the exam to be submitted by 12:30pm.
 The physics review session begins at 1 pm in Sem 2 C4107.
 For the exam, you will be allowed:
 your calculating device;
 your writing tools;
 scratch paper (provided);
 personally prepared 8.5inch by 11inch note sheet.
 The exam will consist of:
 A multiplechoice section that has minimal computation but is highly conceptual;
 A problemsolving section that will require computation and have problems of varying levels of difficulty.
How to prepare for this exam? If you have been able to: complete the Readings and Reading Responses; engage in Lectures; participate in Workshops; complete Math Labs; complete Math Problem Sets in your Problem Set Notebook and via WebAssign; complete Quizzes and Quiz Revisions; and go to the QuaSR and Program Tutoring and work in Study Groups, then you have had multiple ways to learn the material and have been preparing for this demonstration of understanding already. More specifically, as your time and attention allow (there’s more listed below than anyone can do, so be strategic in your choices):
 Review Reading Responses and your Reading and Lecture notes.
 Review Problem Sets in your Problem Set Notebooks and WebAssign. Full solutions below to help you supplement your Problem Set Notebook:
 Review past Quizzes. Blank Quizzes below:
 Math Quiz #1
 Math Quiz #2
 Math Quiz #3
 Math Quiz #4
 Math Quiz #5
 Math Quiz #6
 Math Quiz #7
 Math Quiz #8 (practice): there is no Math Quiz #8 this quarter, but here’s a Practice Quiz that covers topics that would have been covered on that quiz.
 Each chapter has a Review section at the end, which includes Concept Check questions, TrueFalse Quiz questions, and Exercises. Recall that answers to oddnumbered problems are in the back of the book.
 In your WebAssign, under Personal Study Plan, you can find for each chapter a Practice Quiz for each section and a Chapter Quiz for each chapter.
 The textbook publisher and author provide sample exam questions:
 Chapter 3: Sample Exam Questions and Sample Exam Solutions.
 Chapter 5: (selections from) Sample Exam Questions and Sample Exam Solutions.