Calculus On Demand (COD) Web Site
COD (see left sidebar) gives a snap-shot of each Lecture. It is definitely the place to begin your studying because you can get an overview of what is covered in class.
The COD web site is where you can find all the materials from the textbook that are relevant to a given lecture, including both on-line and textual materials. It also has a link to the WeBWorK login for the Math 3 homework.
Homework must be submitted by 8:00 a.m. on the day it is due. The homework problem sets will be done
over the web using the WeBWorK system which presents a slightly different set of problems to each student. This problem-generator allows you to get a
hard copy of an assignment, input the answers, submit the problems for grading,
and go over the correct answers. It even lets you review your record so that you
can see how well you are doing. Moreover, you will be able to practice solving
All Math 3 homework assignments will be posted on WeBWorK weekly, normally at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, with problem set "m3day05" on WeBWorK corresponding to "Lec 5" on the Daily Schedule.
If you can do the WeBWorK homework and understand the concepts behind the problems, you should be in good shape for the exams.
Answers to Homework
Answers to a given homework set will be available in WeBWorK at 3:00 p.m. on the day it is due.
Exam Study Questions
questions will be posted here before each of the exams this term. The questions
will be taken from past years' exams and current material. The questions should
provide some indication of the nature and depth of typical exam questions, but
they should not be regarded as an exhaustive study guide.
WARNING: Previous Math 3's were on the old Dartmouth calendar and the first exam went through only day10; ours goes through day12. So the additional topics are not covered in the problems below.
- Hour Exam 1 Practice Problems: Taken from previous Math 3 hour-exams.
There will be a review session Sunday 10/7, 7:00-9:00 pm, Kemeny 008. Our exam covers day01 through day12, Derivatives of Exponentials and Logs.
- Hour Exam 2 Practice Problems: Taken from previous Math 3 hour-exams.
Starting Thursday, October 25 and continuing on Sunday, October 28, tutorials 7:00-9:00 pm, in 008 Kemeny will be devoted to reviewing for the exam as well as answering other questions. The exam covers day13 through day20, Optimization. WARNING: The second exam of previous Math 3's covered day11 through day19; ours covers day13 through day20. So the additional topics are not covered in the problems below.
- Part I: Set PracticeExam2 in WeBWorK. These problems do not count in your grade. (Opens Thursday 10/25 at 8:00am.)
- Part II: Hour Exam 2, Math 3, Fall 2011
- Fall 2012 Hour Exam 2 Solutions: Answers to the Multiple Choice and Long Answer sections from this year's exam.
Final Exam Practice Problems:
- Final Exam, Math 3, Fall 2010
Answers to m3f10 final:1a, 2d, 3b, 4b, 5e, 6a, 7d, 8c, 9c, 10a, 11c, 12b, 13e, 14b, 15a, 16a, 17d, 18b, 19d, 20b, 21c, 22d, 23a, 24b, 25d, 26c, 27b, 28a, 29e, 30b.
- Solutions-Final Exam, Math 3, Fall 2010
- More Final Exam Practice Problems: Final Exam, Math 3, Fall 2011
Answers to m3f11 final:1d, 2b, 3a, 4c, 5c, 6d, 7c, 8c, 9b, 10b, 11b, 12a, 13b, 14c, 15d, 16c, 17d, 18a, 19a, 20b, 21c, 22c, 23d, 24d, 25b.
Note: The Final this year is on Friday, November 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the location: Hopkins Spaulding. The final will contain only multiple-choice questions, each worth the same points, for a total of 150 points. It covers everything from the first day of the course to the last. If you can do the WeBWorK homework and understand the concepts behind the problems, you should be in good shape for the exam.
Review Session: Special math 3 review tutorial session will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 7:00pm to 9:00pm in 008 Kemeny.
Professor Ionescu, Fall 2005
Professor Trout, Winter 2010
Here is a set of outlines from math 3 fall 2005, and another from winter 2010. The lectures labeled Lecture1[2, 3, ...] were produced originally by Professor Ionescu in 2005. Professor Trout began with those and decided to develop some of his own. They appear below as the lectures m3w10_Lecture7[8, ...]. You may or may not find these lecture outlines to be helpful. Note though that the dates and specific organizational details in 2005 and 2010 have no relevance to each other or to fall 2010. The topics also vary. So you may have to search for a particular topic that was covered in a different order from us, or you may find that it is not there at all. Instead you will find some topics included that we will not cover this term.