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 Homework Problems for the course including the assigned  HW

Solutions to Homework Problems:

       Contains the solutions, answers, or hints to most of the assigned problems in the textbooks.

From: How to Prove it - by Daniel Vellemen, Second Edition (2006):
Chapters 1&2        Chapter 3        Chapters 4&5        Chapter 6        Chapter 7

From: Introduction to Analysis - by E. Gaughan, 5th Edition (1998):

Chapters 0, 1, &2


Projects   (Contains the details of the two Homework Projects worth 50 points each)
Project #1: Due October 9th, 2014 in class;     Project #2: Due November 18th, 2014 in class.

Review Sheets:
Review for Test#1                                 Review for Test #2
The Review for the Final Exam just consists of the Reviews for Test#1 & Test#2

Past Exams:
        Fall_2004 Test #1                                 Fall_2004_Test #2
        Fall_2007 Test #1                                 Fall_2007_Test #2
        Fall  2008 Test #1                                 Fall  2008  Test #2
        Fall  2012 Test #1                                 Fall  2012 Test #2
        Fall  2014 Test #1                                  Fall  2014 Test #2

Learning Assistants:

        (Unknown  LA )??  is the designated LA for this course.   He can be reached via e-mail at

??  and will respond to e-mails during his designated working hours provided 

there are no students who needs his help at that time.  His designated hours are tentatively set as

below but these may be adjusted later on.   Times & days: To be announced (6 hours/week)

Place:  in DM409A or just outside, near the tables & white board or on the patio (4th floor).


Tutoring services:     

         You can get help in Calculus from tutors at the Math Department Tutoring Laboratory, 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).


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, Calculus 1,2,3 & Diff. Eq.  The location is VH 180.


1. Useful links for all Math Students:

2. Help for Multivariable Calculus students:

3. Online Math Help for Students:

4. Free Mathematics Tutoring:


Miscellaneous: (mostly irrelevant/funny stuff)    Miscellaneous Games Puzzles & Stories
Ante MAA 3200          Post MAA 3200           1 yr after MAD 3512      2yrs after MAD 3512
Before Adv Math        During Adv Math       After Adv Math              1 yr after Adv Math