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 2020
Daily Course Schedule
Course Learning Objectives
    • Unit 2 Skill Set
    • Unit 3 Skill Set

Exam Information
Spring 2020

Exam 1 (Wednesday, February 5 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 3 from 9 pm – midnight, location TBD)
    • "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.
  • Exam 1 Version A Blank; Exam 1 Version A Key
  • Exam 1 Version B Blank; Exam 1 Version B Key
Exam 2 (Wednesday, March 4 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm)
  • Exam 2 is on Sections 8.3 - 8.6, 8.9, and 10.1 - 10.4 (including all of Section 10.4 except the Integral Test and Estimation Theorem, which will be covered on Exam 3)
  • Suggested Review Problems – lists the relevant problems from old exams and suggested problems from the text
  • Calculus Fight Club (Monday, March 2 from 9 pm – midnight, location TBD)
  • Exam 2 Version A Blank; Exam 2 Version A Key
  • Exam 2 Version B Blank; Exam 2 Version B Key

Exam 3 (Wednesday, April 15 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm)
  • Exam 3 is on Sections 10.4 - 10.8, 11.1 - 11.4 
  • Suggested Review Problems – lists the relevant problems from old exams and suggested problems from the text
  • Calculus Fight Club (Monday, April 13 from 9 pm – midnight, location TBD)
  • Exam 3 Version A Blank; Exam 3 Version A Key
  • Exam 3 Version B Blank; Exam 3 Version B Key

Final Exam (Monday, April 27 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 (PAL)
Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) sessions are available as a complement to the course lectures. Your PAL leader has taken this course in the past and can share tips and tricks for success. The PAL leader will also be working closely with me as the instructor to ensure you are equipped with the right tools to support your learning. Sessions are a great way to stay current with course content and learn from other students’ understanding. You can take advantage of this valuable resource by watching for emails and announcements from your PAL leader. And if your schedule does not allow you to attend their sessions, you can find additional PAL sessions by visiting the ASC website ( and clicking on the orange “Visit PAL Website” button on the right.

LearningLab is dedicated study space open to all students. The LearningLab provides structured learning templates to aid in focusing your study time with the homework or topics you take there to study, individually or as a group. You completed templates will serve as a study guide when preparing for exams. LearningLab (as was MATHLab before it) is staffed by Peer Learning Consultants who are trained to provide recommendations on effective learning and study strategies. Additional study resources are also provided. Location and hours: 12:30-4:30 Monday through Thursday, in 315 & 316 Academic Success Center

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 certified 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