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Fall 2019
MATH 20D
Continuing non-homo. eq and Laplace Transforms
Michael Marcozzi
MATH 181
These notes cover how to do maximum and minimum values, the mean value theorem, derivatives and shapes of graphs, and curve sketching.
Adam Parks
MATH 124
5.1 and 5.3 Class Notes
MATH 123
This study guide covers what is on the upcoming test: slope, y-intercept, graphing, system of equations, slope-intercept form, terms, and angles. I provided and answer key so you can check your answers.
Section 4.2, 4.3, 4.6 Math Notes
This covers all of the questions went over in the study guide for the final exam.
These notes cover the definite integral and evaluating them, the second part of the fundamental theorem of calculus, and the first part of the fundamental theorem of calculus.
Dirac delta functions (holiday Monday and exam Friday)
Sadri Pejmon
MATH 132
This study guide covers questions from the final exam review final on canvas. sections 1.1-8.6
These notes cover how to do optimization problems, how to use a calculate to do Newton's method, and anti-derivatives.
Power Series & Matrix Methods
Matrix differential eq & homogeneous eq
These notes cover areas and distances using sigmas, definite integrals, and properties of definite integrals.
Victoria Anderson
MATH 115
Introduction to Modeling
4.5-4.7, 7.3-7.6
Winter 2016
Peter Chi
MATH 218
Covid-19: Occurrence and Aftermath Is a short book giving a prophetic insight into what humanity faces in these dark times. It opens one's mind to the fact that we are living in the last days, which every Christan on Earth should be prepared for as regards the Second Coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This book is written down in order to warn the church about the plans of the enemy, and as well inform many out there that this virus outbreak is a leverage for technological advancement to take place.
More in-depth modeling including sinusoidal and periodic modeling
Introduction to Math 115
This study guide covers all of the chapters in Hon 181 Calc 1.
Spring 2019
Professor
MATH 71
You will learn how to add rational expressions. (3)Three steps broken down into an easier method when you come across different denominators. (1) Find the common factor/LCD. (2) Multiply each denominator with the correct integer. (3) Simply add.