MATH143, Sections 2 and 4, Fall 201
Dr. David A. Jackson
 
WebWork
The login website for Webwork for MATH143-02 and MATH143-04 in Fall 2011 is
[https://academic.slu.edu/webwork2/SP10-MATH-143-03/]
Homework Assignments
If you have Adobe Acrobat available, you can download a copy of the list of homework assignments that I distributed on the first day of class. The homework assignments are the same for both sections.
[Homework assignment list, pdf file (20K)]
Course calendar
Here are copies of the calendars that I distributed on the first day of class. Section 2 meets at 10:00am and Section 4 meets at 3:10pm. Except for the day and time of the final exam, the two calendars are the same.
[Fall 2011 calendar for MATH143, Section 2, pdf file (28K)]
[Fall 2011 calendar for MATH143, Section 4, pdf file (28K)]
Course information
This is a modified copy of the course information sheet that I distributed on the first day of class.
[Spring 2010 course information for MATH143, Sections 2 and 4, pdf file (36K)]
Archive of old exams
The Spring 2010 section used the fifth edition of the textbook. Earlier sections used the fourth edition. To the extent that I have needed to change the homework assignments and the extent to which the homework questions lead to exam questions, you may expect that your exams might be more like the the Spring 2010 exams than earlier exams.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MATH143 in Spring 2010. You should regard any exam as a SAMPLE of the questions that might have been asked.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MATH143 in Fall 2009. You should regard any exam as a SAMPLE of the questions that might have been asked.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MATH143 in Spring 2009. You should regard any exam as a SAMPLE of the questions that might have been asked.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MATH143 in Spring 2008. You should regard any exam as a SAMPLE of the questions that might have been asked.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MT-A143 in Fall 2004. You should regard any exam as a SAMPLE of the questions that might have been asked.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MT-A143 in Spring 2003.

These are examinations that I gave to a section of MT-A143 in Spring 2002. These exams follow a different textbook and a different syllabus.

These are old examinations for MT-A153, which was then the second calculus course for engineers. These exams also follow a different textbook and a different syllabus.
 
 

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