MAC 2311 - Calculus I

       Contains the name of the textbook, prerequisites for the course, relevant sections of the textbook,
       exam policy, schedule of exams, grading scheme, and other pertinent information.

       Contains the list of all the relevant homework problems for the course.    The Student Solution Manual
       which can be purchased from the FIU bookstore also have solutions to the odd numbered problems.
       You can find solution to all problems in the textbook by going to
       userid (math), passwd (calculus). 

Review Sheets
       Test #1 Review ,                        Test #2 Review,                      Test#3 Review
       PreCalculus Review                   Some Calc1 formulas
       The Review sheets for the Final just consists of all the Reviews for Tests #1, 2, & 3

Old Sample Tests
Spring 2001 Test #1,                  Spring 2001 Test #2
       Spring 2005 Test #1,                  Spring 2005 Test #2,                  Spring 2005 Test #3
Spring 2008 Test #1,                  Spring 2008 Test #2,                  Spring 2008 Test #3

       Spring 2010 Test #1,                  Spring 2010 Test #2,                  Spring 2010 Test #3
       You can also find more older sample tests by asking for the binder RESB 306.13 in the UP Library, circulation desk

Solutions to current Tests   
       Spring 2012 Test #1,                  Spring 2012 Test #2,                  Spring 2012 Test #3
       Solutions to Test  #1, Test#2 and Test #3  that were given out this semester


Tutoring services:                                                                       
       You can get help in Calculus I from tutors at the Math Department Tutoring Laboratory, GL 265,

8am-8pm Mon.-Fri. and from other University sources such as the Learning Center for Mathematics

& Statistics, GL 120 (305-348-2180, 305-919-5927) & Minority Student Services (305-348-2436).


I also have a Calculus I & II Learning Assistant for Spring 2012 - he is Senor Camilo Montoya.

He will be available at the following times & locations exclusively for my Calculus I & II students.

Time & Place: DM 409 A (or just outside it), 2:00 pm 6:00 pm Tuesdays & Thursdays;

2:00 pm 4:00 pm Fridays.


The Math-Stats department, with support from the College of Arts and Science, is opening a study

hall. As well as other students, there will be Learning Assistants available to extra provide help.

The learning assistants will be knowledgeable in the following subjects: Intermediate Algebra,

College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus 1, 2, 3. The location is VH 180 & the times are:

Mon. 16:00-20:00, Tue.: 1800-2100, Wed. 18:00-21:00, Thu. 13:00-15:00, Fri.: 1600-1900


1. Useful links for all Math Students:

2. Help for Multivariable Calculus students:

3. Online Math Help for Students:

4. Free Mathematics Tutoring:

(mostly irrelevant/funny stuff):

Puzzles & Games     Before Calc I                  After Calc I 
Ante MAC 2311                 Post MAC 2311                1 yr after MAC 2311      2yrs after MAC 2311
Before Calculus I               During Calculus I              After Calculus I              1 yr after Calculus I