The following two exams were given by a different professor, in a different course, at a different school, as an exam of a different length. So, while they provide useful practice problems, they are not necessarily representative of what exam questions will look like:

First practice exam, solutions

First practice exam, solutions

The second midterm will cover: Sections 1.6, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1-3.4, 5.1

Some practice problems

The first midterm will cover: Sections 2.1, 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5. There will be two in class midterms, on Friday, September 23rd and Friday, October 28th. There will be a final exam on Wednesday, Decemeber 14th at 10:30.

The following policies will be in place for all exams:

You are permitted to use a calculator in accordance with the standard math department policy:

Calculators that can perform symbolic operations (such as the HP 28 or 48, or TI-92 or 89) are not allowed. If you bring a calculator to the exam, make sure it cannot perform alphanumeric manipulation. The instructor may randomly ask for calculators and check programs stored in memory. No alphanumeric formulas stored as programs are allowable. Discovery of such material will result in serious consequences. Sanctions can include, but are not limited to, a letter sent to the Dean of Students of the University; a grade of 0 on the assignment, quiz or exam; a grade of F for the course.You are also allowed to bring

*one*3''x5'' notecard. You may write whatever you want (on both sides) of the notecard. There will be no make-up exams.