MAC 2312

Contact info:

You can contact me at srnatkins@ufl.edu. Please put MAC2312 and your course section number in the subject header of the email. I will be sure to respond within 24 hours. If you haven’t heard back from me after 24 hours has passed, please resend the email.

Office Hours

Mondays 4th period (10:40AM-11:30AM) LIT 215
Wednesdays 3rd period (9:35AM-10:25AM) LIT 443
Thursdays 4th period (11:45AM-12:35PM) LIT 443
Or by appointment

Extra Materials

JamesStewartReferencePages

Quiz Answer Key

MAC2312PracticeQuiz1 PracticeQuiz1Solutions – for number 3 you don’t have to do all of the simplifications like I did. You can use the fact that 3/x goes to 0 as x goes to infinity, but I guess I wanted to make my life harder…
MAC2312Quiz1answerkey
MAC2312PracticeQuiz2
MAC2312PracticeQuiz2sol
MAC2312Quiz2
For Quiz 3: study problems 6,9,10,11,13,14,15,17 from spring2017 Exam2(my worked out solutions are presented below)
MAC2312Quiz3Key
MAC2312PracticeQuiz4
MAC2312PracticeQuiz4sol
MAC2312Quiz4Sol
MAC2312PracticeQuiz5
mac2312practicequiz5key

MAC2312Quiz5Key

L27&L28PracticeProblems <– Study this for Quiz 6 : Quiz 6 will have 2 problems from Spring 2017 and 1 problem from Fall 2018
L27&L28PracticeProblemKEY <—worked out solutions to the problems

Exam Review Materials

See past exams under Canvas Course Page>Modules>Exam Resources

Exam 1

MAC2312Sp17Exam1
MAC2312Sp17Exam1 – Answer -Free response 2a Answer is wrong: It should say:  A=-1 and B=1
MAC2312Sp2017Exam1MCsol –  My worked out solutions
MAC2312Sp2017Exam1FRsol – My worked out Free Response (Not on Canvas)

Exam 2

MAC2312Sp17Exam2
MAC2312Sp17Exam2- Answers
MAC2312Sp17Exam2work

Exam 3

PowerSeriesExamples– notes Chui Wanted me to go over
Correction_alternativework  – for the (2015)th derivative problem look at last page.
nthderviative formula – how to do any nth derivative problem.

MAC2312E3AF16  will go over in review
2312E3F16 – Answer
MAC2312E3F16workedout

MAC2312E3Sp17
MAC2312E3SP2017Answers
MAC2312Sp2017WorkedSolutions  For number 7 ln(1+4x) = ln(1+4(x-1)+4) =ln(5+4x)=ln(5[1+4/5x])=ln(5)+ln(1+4/5x) then relate it to ln(1+x) series.

 

Final

MAC 2312 Mock Final Part 1 – from a flipped classroom

mockfinalsol -my worked out solutions

ExtraProblems-some extra problems that I went over during review (or problems I didn’t get a chance to cover during review) also key to MC questions on last page of file

ExtraProblemSol– my worked out solutions

 

2312E4BS17 – final for spring 2017 (I had trouble accessing it online so I am just posting it here in case you wanted to access it too)