MAT 133Y September 2015--April 2016

Breaking News:

The solution to Test 2 has been added to Old Tests and Solutions below. The class average was 69.

Here are the Test 2 marks, along with Fall term quiz marks (out of 6), your current tutorial assignments and locations, as well as your updated Test 1 marks. Please report any discrepancies to A. Igelfeld.

The class average on Test 1 was 74.

Please read Test Return

The new quiz schedule is posted below.

Both the Mon. 1-2 and the Wed. 1-3 lectures L0101 (David Reiss) have moved permanently (?) to MP 203 for the rest of the year (we sincerely hope).

Tutorial Section T0301A T3A has moved from RW142 to ES4001.

Aside from tutorials, there are MATH AID CENTRE HOURS for those who need help.

Please read Test Return

Familiarize yourself with this course by reading the course information and the course outline below. You will also find old term tests and exams, as well as supplementary materials for the course if you browse around.

Welcome to MAT133Y.

For help with reviewing pre-calculus math for MAT133Y, try the tests, tutorials and sample problems in preparing for calculus You can ignore the section on trig.

Please read Test Return

Conflicts with Test times:

Students with regularly scheduled classes during the Test times will have an opportunity to write the tests. Here's how.

TEST RETURN

Your tests are returned to you in the tutorial for which you are REGISTERED. After that, you can get them from A. Igelfeld during his office hours. If you have any questions about the marking or addition of marks, you must have returned your paper to the TA during the same tutorial that you received it. If you took it away with you, no one will look at it afterwards. The TA will return the paper to A. Igelfeld, and WHEN YOU COME TO DISCUSS IT, YOUR PAPER WILL BE LOOKED AT. If you don't come, no corrections will be made. TAs CANNOT change your mark, even if they want to, so don't argue with them. Neither can your lecturer. Come and argue with me (Igelfeld) about the test.

Tutorials and Quizzes:

Quiz Schedule including what you are responsible for on each quiz.

Aside from tutorials, there are MATH AID CENTRE HOURS for those who need help.

COURSE INFORMATION

general information about the 2015-2016 course

includes location and times of lecture sections, required textbooks, generalities about tutorials, test schedule, marking scheme, and much more.

BE SURE YOU HAVE READ THIS AT LEAST ONCE.

course outline

Supplementary Material - Sections 1-6

Material not in the textbook but included in the course.

Harder Questions to stretch your muscles (and solutions)

It is strongly suggested you try the questions hard without reading the solutions.

Useful Stuff

old term tests with solutions.

old exams with solutions (at the end of each exam, after the blank copy).

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