# 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 burr3@clemson.edu.

MATH 1080 Drop-In Help Sessions

- Drop-in help sessions for Math 1080 are available Sundays - Fridays from 4:30 - 8:00 pm in Martin M-1. There will be at least one TA or instructor available to help each day.
- Drop-in help sessions start Monday, Jan. 23 and continue throughout the semester.

Spring 2023

- This course requires access to MyLab Math with the text Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 3rd edition, by Briggs, Cochran, Gillett, and Schulz. There are two options for MyLab Math access:
- Option 1: A hard-copy of the textbook bundled with access to MyLab Math.
- The complete loose-leaf textbook is sold in the Clemson University bookstore, bundled with access to MyLab Math. ISBN: 9780135351802.
- Option 2: Purchase access to MyLab Math and use the eText available there.
- A MyLab Math access code can be purchased from the Clemson University bookstore, ISBN: 9781323919781.
- Or purchase MyLab Math access directly from Pearson (go to Pearson Access in Canvas).

Your instructor will provide a section syllabus outlining section and instructor-specific policies.

- If you must miss class, you may keep up with course materials by self-enrolling in the Canvas course Math 1080 Video Lectures. Check the daily calendar for what topics you will miss in class and watch and take notes on the corresponding video lectures. Then follow your section Canvas course to keep up with the MyLab Math homework and any other assignments.

Daily Course Schedule

Spring 2023

Quiz Dates for all sections

- Quiz 0: Calculus II Readiness Assessment (given in class through Canvas)
- Friday, January 13 for MWRF sections
- Tuesday, January 17 for MTWR sections
- Quiz 1 (Wednesday, January 25): On Sections 6.2 - 6.4
- Quiz 2 (Wednesday, February 1): On Sections 6.5 - 6.7
- Quiz includes all applications in 6.7 except for force of water on a vertical surface (but all of 6.7 will be covered on Exam 1)
- Application formulas that will be provided with Quiz 2
- Quiz 2 A Key; Quiz 2 B Key
- Quiz 3 (Wednesday, February 15): On Sections 8.1 - 8.3
- Quiz 3 A Key; Quiz 3 B Key
- Quiz 4 (Wednesday, February 22): On Sections 8.4, 8.5
- Quiz 4 A Key; Quiz 4 B Key
- Quiz 5 (Wednesday, March 1): On Sections 8.6, 8.9,
- Quiz 5 A Key; Quiz 5 B Key
- Quiz 6 (Wednesday, March 15): On Section 10.1 - 10.3
- Quiz 6 A Key; Quiz 6 B Key
- Quiz 7 (Wednesday, March 29): On Sections 10.4, 10.5
- Quiz 7 A Key; Quiz 7 B Key
- Quiz 8 (Wednesday, April 5): On Sections 10.6 - 10.8
- Quiz 8 A Key; Quiz 8 B Key
- Quiz 9 (Wednesday, April 12): On Sections 11.1, 11.2
- Quiz 9 A Key; Quiz 9 B Key
- Quiz 10 (Wednesday, April 26): On Sections 11.3, 11.4, 12.1, 12.2. This quiz will be multiple choice.
- Quiz 10 Key

Course Learning Objectives

- Spring 2023

- List of pre-requisite skills for the Calculus II Readiness Assessment
- See the Additional Resources section below for Calculus I review problems and some review materials.

- Math 1080 Unit Skill Sets

- Unit 3 Skill Set

- Unit 4 Skill Set

Exam Information

**Spring 2023**

**Note on Exam Format:**

- Exams are in-person on campus (see room locations below).
- You will need to bring your laptop to each exam and have Respondus LockDown Browser installed. The exam will include multiple choice questions to be answered in Canvas (with LockDown Browser) and free response questions to be answered on paper.
- The free response questions will be graded in Gradescope. Once grading is complete for each exam, you can see your exam feedback in Gradescope. (See Gradescope's help page on Viewing Feedback if you have any questions on how to see your feedback.)

**Exam Rooms**

For Exams 1, 2, 3 and the Final Exam you will be testing in a different room than your regular classroom. See your exam room location below.

Exam Rooms for Exams 1, 2, and 3:

- Sections 001, 201, 202 (with Seth Watkins): Humanities G66
- Section 002 (with Blake Splitter): Hardin 100
- Sections 003, 007, 012 (with Brad Scott): Strom 101
- Section 004 (with Michael Byrd): McAdams 114
- Sections 005 and 006 (with Meredith Burr): Vickery 100
- Section 008 (with Steven Edalgo): Olin 200
- Sections 009, 010, 011 (with Shih-Wei Chao): Hunter 100
- Section 013 (with Rodrigo Smith): Lowry 100
- Section 203 (with Joe Swanson): Lowry 217

Exam 1 (Wednesday, February 8 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Eastern Time)

- Sections covered: 6.2 - 6.7
- Review problems: scroll down to Previous Exams below
- Multiple Choice Questions; Multiple Choice Key;
- Free Response Version A Questions; Free Response Version A Key
- Free Response Version B Questions; Free Response Version B Key

Exam 2 (Wednesday, March 8 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Eastern Time)

- Sections covered: 8.1 - 8.6, 8.9
- Review problems: scroll down to Previous Exams below
- Multiple Choice Questions; Multiple Choice Key;
- Free Response Version A Questions; Free Response Version A Key
- Free Response Version B Questions; Free Response Version B Key

Exam 3 (Wednesday, April 19 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Eastern Time)

- Sections covered: 10.1 - 10.8, 11.1 - 11.2
- Reference sheet provided with Exam 3: Series summary sheet
- Review problems: scroll down to Previous Exams below
- Multiple Choice Questions; Multiple Choice Key
- Free Response Version A Questions; Free Response Version A Key
- Free Response Version B Questions; Free Response Version B Key

- Math-In: Saturday, April 29 (10 am - 5 pm in Martin Hall classrooms). The Math-In is an all-day, on-demand tutoring session to help students prepare for their final exams.
- Reference sheets provided with the Final: Series summary sheet Common Taylor Series
- Collection of practice problems by topic:
- Application of Integration
- Applications to Physics
- Techniques of Integration
- Infinite Sequences and Series
- Power Series
- Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates
- If you have an exam conflict or more than two final exams scheduled for Monday, May 1, see university policy on Resolving Final Exam Issues.

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.

Here is a list of problems by topic from the old exams: Test Bank

- Fall 2022
- Exam 1: Multiple Choice Questions; Multiple Choice Key; Free Response Questions; Free Response Key
- Exam 2:
- Exam 3:

- Spring 2022

- Fall 2021

- Spring 2021

- Fall 2020

- Spring 2020
- Exam 1: Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
- Exam 2: Version A Blank; Version A Solutions
- Exam 3: There was no Exam 3 in Spring 2020

Additional Resources

- Calculus I Review Problems
- Calculus I Review Problem Solutions:
- Instructions for Uploading Work to Gradescope
- Supplemental Review and Course Materials:
- Basic Integration Rules and Properties
- Trigonometric Facts
- Inverse Trig Summary Sheet
- Limit Review
- Review of L'Hospital's Rule
- Series Test Summary Sheet- updated to reflect notation in Briggs text
- Fact Sheet on Conics
- Clemson Academic Success Center - Free tutoring, Peer Assisted Learning, and other academic assistance