MATH 1080

Calculus of One Variable II

Course Information and Policies
If you have any questions or concerns regarding MATH 1080, contact the course coordinator, Dr. Meredith Burr at

Spring 2019
MyLab Math Registration Help: A representative from Pearson/MyLab Math will be available Thursday, January 10 from 12 pm - 5 pm and Friday, January 11 from 8 am - 1 pm in Martin O-10 to help students with MyLab Math Registration.
Daily Course Schedule
Course Learning Objectives
    • Unit 3 Skill Set
    • Unit 4 Skill Set

Exam Information
Spring 2019

Exam Room Locations for Exams 1, 2, and 3:
  • Peele (Section 001): Poole 174
  • Splitter (Section 002): Hunter 100
  • Parrott (Sections 003, 004, 100, 201): Strom Thurmond Auditorium
  • Geller (Section 005): Vickery 100
  • Teitloff (Sections 006 and 007): Brackett 100
  • Gossell (Section 202): Kinard 001
  • Green (Section 203): Kinard 201
  • Alekseeva (Sections 204, 205, 206): Daniel 100B

Exam 1 (Wednesday, February 6 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm)
  • Exam 1 is on Sections 6.1 - 6.7 and 8.1 - 8.2.
  • Suggested Review Problems – lists the relevant problems from old exams and suggested problems from the text
  • Calculus Fight Club (Monday, February 4 from 9 pm – midnight, Daniel 100 and Martin M section)
    • "Calculus Fight Club" (CFC) is a collaborative exam review session on the Monday before Wednesday exams. During this time we will cover the topics and sections listed as being on your exam and work through problems similar to what you might expect to see.
    • The sessions are drop-in, so feel free to come and go as you are available and as you please. Each course is coordinated by an experienced PAL leader and assisted by student leaders who have performed well in the course, who are available to help answer questions you have about the material and show you examples.
    • Signs will be posted around Martin, Kinard, and Daniel Halls to help guide you to the rooms you are looking for. The rooms for Calculus Fight Club will be marked with Orange cones outside of them.
    • If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Coordinator of CFC, AJ Miller at
  • Exam 1 Version A Blank; Exam 1 Version A Key
  • Exam 1 Version B Blank; Exam 1 Version B Key
Exam 2 (Wednesday, March 6 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm)
  • Exam 2 is on Sections 8.3 - 8.6, 8.9, and 10.1 - 10.4 (through Divergence Test)
  • Suggested Review Problems – includes suggested problems from the text and refers to problems on old exams
  • Calculus Fight Club (Monday, March 4 from 9 pm – midnight, Daniel 100 and Martin M section)
  • Exam 2 Version A Blank; Exam 2 Version A Key
  • Exam 2 Version B Blank; Exam 2 Version B Key

Exam 3 (Wednesday, April 17 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm)
  • Exam 3 is on Sections 10.4 - 10.8, 11.1 - 11.4 
  • Suggested Review Problems – includes suggested problems from the text and refers to problems on old exams
  • Calculus Fight Club (Monday, April 15 from 9 pm – midnight, Daniel 100 and Martin M section)
  • Exam 3 Version A Blank; Exam 3 Version A Key
  • Exam 3 Version B Blank; Exam 3 Version B Key

Final Exam (Monday, April 29 from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm)
Previous Exams
The order in which the curriculum is taught and tested varies from semester to semester. Do not assume that the content of one of the previous exams is exactly the content of your corresponding unit exam.  

Additional Resources

Peer Assisted Learning
Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) sessions are available to support your success in this course. Typically, students who utilize PAL regularly do well in this course. PAL sessions are a great place to ask questions and to study with others who also want to be successful. At these sessions, fellow students who have taken this course in the past offer strategies for mastering course material as well as tips and tricks for being successful in the course. You are welcome to attend sessions with any PAL leader for this course and even if you do not have a PAL leader attending your section of the class, you still have free support available to you. The scheduled times, locations and peer leaders for this course are provided on the ASC website under the tab on the right labeled View PAL Schedule. 
PAL Website

Clemson MATHLab
Clemson MATHLab is available for this course. MATHLab is for students who want to collaborate with others enrolled in the same course in a study group environment to further their understanding of the course concepts. An ASC-trained peer leader is available in the MATH Lab to coach students and facilitate and encourage active learning strategies. MATHLab hours for Math 1040 - 1080 are Monday - Thursday, 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm on the 1st Floor of the ASC. 

Tutoring Information
This course is supported by the Academic Success Center tutoring program. The ASC tutors have completed and done well in this course, and they understand the concepts well enough to help you work through questions you have. The ASC tutoring program is certifi ed by the College Reading and Learning Association, which means that our tutors are trained to share learning and study strategies during tutorial sessions. While tutors will not complete/correct homework for you or help you on take-home tests or quizzes, they will help you understand and reinforce concepts that you are learning in your classes. For more information visit