MATH 1060

Calculus of One Variable I

Course Information and Policies
Daily Course Schedule
Course Learning Objectives
Exam Information
Test 1
  • Study Recommendations from Previous Exams
    • Fall 2016, Test 1
      • OMIT Multiple Choice (MC) #7
      • OMIT Free Response (FR) #5, 8
    • Spring 2017, Test 1
      • OMIT MC #7, 12
      • OMIT FR #3, 6
    • Fall 2017, Test 1
      • OMIT MC #13
      • OMIT FR #6 references to the normal line
    • Spring 2018, Test 1
      • OMIT MC #6
      • OMIT FR #3, 5
  • Calculus Fight Club
    • Monday, 9/17, 9:00pm - midnight
    • Daniel Auditorium and Martin Hall 2nd floor
  • Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
  • Version B Blank; Version B Solutions
Test 2
  • Study Recommendations from Previous Exams
    • Fall 2016
      • Test 1
        • WORK MC #7
        • WORK FR #5, 8
      • Test 2
        • OMIT MC #6, 7
        • OMIT FR #5
    • Spring 2017
      • Test 1
        • WORK MC #7, 12
        • WORK FR #3, 6
      • Test 2
        • OMIT MC #1, 5, 7
    • Fall 2017
      • Test 1
        • WORK MC #13
        • WORK FR #6 references to the normal line
      • Test 2
        • OMIT MC #2, 4, 14
    • Spring 2018
      • Test 1
        • WORK MC #6
        • WORK FR #3, 5
      • Test 2
        • OMIT MC #5, 14
        • OMIT FR #5
  • Calculus Fight Club
    • Monday, 10/15, 9:00pm - midnight
    • Daniel Auditorium and Martin Hall 2nd floor
  • Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
  • Version B Blank; Version B Solutions
Test 3
  • Study Recommendations from Previous Exams
    • Fall 2016
      • Test 2
        • WORK MC #6, 7
      • Test 3
        • WORK ALL
    • Spring 2017
      • Test 2
        • WORK MC #1, 7
      • Test 3
        • WORK ALL
    • Fall 2017
      • Test 2
        • WORK MC #2, 4, 14
      • Test 3
        • WORK ALL
    • Spring 2018
      • Test 2
        • WORK MC #5
        • WORK FR #5
      • Test 3
        • WORK ALL
  • Calculus Fight Club
    • Monday, 11/26, 9:00pm - midnight
    • Daniel Auditorium and Martin Hall 2nd floor
  • Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
  • Version B Blank; Version B Solutions
Testing Locations for Test 1 (9/19), Test 2 (10/17), and Test 3 (11/28)
7:30 - 9:00pm

  • Alekseeva, Poole 174
  • B. Yang, Martin M104
  • C. Lanning, Hardin 233
  • Cottingham, Brackett 100
  • Fenstermacher, Long 216
  • Geller, Martin M307
  • Gossell, Jordan G033
  • Green, Brackett 113
  • Jones, Hardin 232
  • Kenyon, Kinard 201
  • Kurz, Vickery 100
  • Lopez, Kinard 001
  • Parrott, Hunter 100
  • Peele, Daniel 100B
  • R. Lanning, Kinard 201
  • Reba, Brackett 100
  • Scruggs, Lowry 217
  • Splitter, Long 220
  • Zerfas, Martin M102

Previous Exams
***Important Note***

Do not assume that the sections covered on each test are the same from semester to semester.
Your instructor will let you know which questions on the old exams are appropriate.
Additional Resources
  • Clemson Academic Success Center

    Tutoring  (https://www.clemson.edu/asc/courses/tutoring/index.html)

    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.

     

    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 are Mondays through Thursdays from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. in the ASC. (Location to be announced soon.)

     

    Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL)

    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 (https://www.clemson.edu/asc/) under the view PAL schedule tab on the right.