Math 32-103 (19104): MW 10-11 in 81 Evans

Math 32-104 (19105): MW 11-12 in 4 Evans

Math 32-105 (19106): MW 11-12 in 85 Evans

Practice Final

**Homework 1** (Due Wed, Sept 7):

**Homework 2** (Due Mo, Sept 12 )

**Homework 3** (Due Mo, Sept 19 )

**Homework 4** (Due Mo, Sept 26 )

**Homework 5** (Due Mo, Oct 3 )

**Homework 6** (Due Mo, Oct 10 )

**Homework 7** (Due Mo, Oct 17 )

**Homework 8** (Due Mo, Oct 24 )

**Homework 9** (Due Mo, Oct 31)

**Homework 10** (Due Mo, Nov 7)

**Homework 11** (Due Mo, Nov 14)

**Homework 12** (Due Mo, Nov 21)

**Homework 13** (Due Mo, Nov 28)

**Homework 14** (Due Mo, Dec 5)

Date: |
Lecture Topic: |

Thu Aug 25 | Introduction + Section 0.1, 0.2 |

Tue, Aug 30 | 0.3 - Inequalities and Absolute Values 1.1 - Functions |

Thu, Sept 1 | 1.2 - The Coordinate Plane and Graphs 1.3 - Function Transformations and Graphs |

Tue, Sept 6 | 1.3 - Function Transformations and Graphs 1.3 - Examples, Even and Odd Functions |

Thu, Sept 8 | 1.4, 1.5 - Composition and Inverses |

Tue, Sept 13 | 1.6 - More on Inverse Functions 2.1 - Linear Functions and Lines |

Thu, Sept 15 | 2.2 Quadratic Functions 2.4 Polynomials |

Tue, Sept 20 | 2.5 - Rational Functions Brief Midterm Review |

Thu, Sept 22 | 1st Midterm |

Tue, Sept 27 | 2.3/3.1 - Exponential Functions and Logarithms |

Thu, Sept 29 | 3.2 - Applications of the Power Rule for Logarithms 3.3 - Applications of the Product and Quotient Rules for Logarithms |

Tue, Oct 4 | 3.4 - Exponential Growth 2.2 - Distances, Circles and Ellipses, and Circumference |

Thu, Oct 6 | Appendix A/3.5 - Area and Area under Curves |

Tue, Oct 11 | 3.5/3.6 - Defining e and ln via Area under Curves, Approximations |

Thu, Oct 13 | 3.7 - Exponential Growth revisted 7.1 - Sequences |

Tue, Oct 18 | 7.2 - Series Midterm Review |

Thu, Oct 20 | 2nd Midterm |

Tue, Oct 25 | 4.1 - The Unit Circle 4.2 - Radians |

Thu, Oct 27 | 4.3 - Cosine and Sine |

Tue, Nov 1 | 4.4 - More Trigonometric Functions 4.5 - Trigonometry in Right Triangles |

Thu, Nov 3 | 4.5 - Trigonometry in Right Triangles (continuation) 4.6 - Trigonometric Identities |

Tue, Nov 8 | 5.1 - Inverse Trigonometric Functions 5.2 - Inverse Trigonometric Identities |

Thu, Nov 10 | 5.2 - Inverse Trigonometric Identities (cont.) 5.3 - Using Trigonometry to Compute Area |

Tue, Nov 15 | 5.4 - The Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines 5.5 - Double-Angle and Half-Angle Formulas |

Thu, Nov 17 | 5.5 - Double-Angle and Half-Angle Formulas (cont.) 5.6 - Addition and Substraction Formulas |

Tue, Nov 22 | 6.1 - Transformations of Trigonometric Functions |

Thu, Nov 24 | NO CLASS: THANKSGIVING |

Tue, Nov 29 | Final Exam Review |

Thu, Dec 1 | Final Exam Review |

Fri, Dec 16 8-11am Evans 10 | Final Exam |

Here is the first midterm, together with solutions. A rough breakdown of the letter grades for the first midterm is as follows:

Score | Grade |

60-100 | A |

40-60 | B |

25-40 | C |

15-25 | D |

Here is the second midterm, together with solutions. A rough breakdown of the letter grades for the first midterm is as follows:

Score | Grade |

45-80 | A |

35-45 | B |

20-35 | C |

10-20 | D |

Section | Time & location | GSI | Office Hours | |

101 | MW 8-9 70 Evans | Shankar, Isabelle | isabelle_shankar@berkeley.edu | Tue/Wed 3-4, Evans 850 |

102 | MW 9-10 9 Evans | Stefanich, German | gstefanich@berkeley.edu | Fr 9-11, Evans 848 |

103 | MW 10-11 5 Evans | Rosu, Eugenia | rosu@math.berkeley.edu | Mo 12-1 Wed 5-6, Evans 1049 |

104 | MW 11-12 5 Evans | Rosu, Eugenia | rosu@math.berkeley.edu | Mo 12-1 Wed 5-6, Evans 1049 |

105 | MW 11-12 121 Latimer | Shankar, Isabelle | isabelle_shankar@berkeley.edu | Tue/Wed 3-4, Evans 850 |

106 | MW 11-12 110 Barker | Stefanich, German | gstefanich@berkeley.edu | Fr 9-11, Evans 848 |

107 | MW 8-9 3105 Etcheverry | Zhang, Jiefu (Jeff) | jiefuzhang@berkeley.edu | Tue 2-4, Evans 826 |

108 | MW 3-4 75 Evans | Zhang, Jiefu (Jeff) | jiefuzhang@berkeley.edu | Tue 2-4, Evans 826 |

**Grades:** The final grade will be based on weekly homework
assignments (10%), weekly quizzes (10%), Midterm 1 (20%), Midterm 2
(20%), and the Final Exam (40%). The grades of the homework and quizes will be curved to account for differences in the difficulty of quizes and grading standards across sections.

**Homework: ** There will be weekly homework to be handed in
Mondays. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework will consist of questions from the book and a weekly worksheet that I will post online here. The homework will be graded on a coarse scale from 1 to 10, of which 7 points are awarded for problems from the book and 3 points for the ones from the worksheet. The worst two homework scores will be dropped and will not count towards the final grade.

**Quizzes: **There will be weekly quizzes given each Wednesday in the discussion section. There will be no make-up quizzes, but the two lowest quiz scores will be dropped when computing your final grade.

**Exams: ** There will be two in-class midterm exams and a final. There will be no make-up exams for any reason. However, in the case that the score of your final is greater than the lower of you midterm scores, the lower midterm score will be replaced by the final score at the end of the semester. This allows you to miss one midterm. Please make sure that you have no conflicts for the final exam.

The exams are "closed book", in particular, you may not bring textbooks, notebooks, cheat sheets or calculators. If there is an emergency alarm during the midterms or the final exam, leave the exam at the desk and walk out. You may or may not be allowed back to complete the work.

**Grade corrections:** The grades for exams or quizzes will be changed
only if there is a clear error on the part of the grader, such as adding up
marks incorrectly. Problems must be brought to the attention of the GSI
immediately after the exams are returned.

**Incomplete grades:** Incomplete "I" grades are almost never given. The
only justification is a documented serious medical problem or genuine
personal/family emergency. Falling behind in this course or problems
with workload in other courses are not acceptable reasons.

**Special arrangements:** If you are a student with a disability registered
by the Disabled Student Services (DSS) on UCB campus and if you
require special arrangements during exams, you must provide the DSS
document and make arrangements via email or office hours at least 10
days prior to each exam, explaining your circumstances and what special
arrangements need to be done. Also see your GSI as soon as possible to
make arrangements for the homework/quizzes.