# Exams

There will be two midterm exams and a final exam conducted online at the following times:

First Midterm [solutions]
Thursday May 26, 9:00-10:15am
Second Midterm [solutions]
Thursday June 9, 9:00-10:15am
Final Exam [solutions]
Thursday June 23, 9:00am-12pm

The Final Exam will have two parts: Part A will cover the material tested in both Midterms 1 & 2, while Part B will only contain questions related to material appearing after Midterm 2. Part A accounts for 10% of your course grade and Part B accounts for 25% of your course grade. In addition, the Part A score will replace the lowest midterm score if it is indeed higher (but not both). Makeup exams are typically not offered, except in extenuating circumstances at the discretion of your instructor. If you miss a midterm exam for some reason, then Part A of the final exam will count as your makeup. Final Part A can only replace one midterm score, however.

You will NOT be permitted calculators or other electronic devices (smart phones, smart watches, etc) on any exams. You will NOT be permitted books, notes, or “cheat sheets” on any exams. The following formula sheet will be provided on all exams: CLICK HERE.

## Old Exams

For your study, exams from previous semesters. Be advised that these may not cover exactly the same material as this semester.

First Midterms
2022 Spring (with solutions)
2016 Fall [solutions]
2015 Fall [solutions]
Second Midterms
2022 Spring (with solutions)
2016 Fall [solutions] There is a mistake in the solutions for number 2(b) cos(2pi) is 1, here it writes -1. In 5(b) (sqrt(5),-2), the value of the function should be 15+8+8=31, which is actually the absolute value in D. And in problem 7, 4-x^2-y^2 is 4-r^2, rather than 4-r.
2015 Fall [solutions] (There is a mistake in the solutions for number 6, The third step should be 1/2*(e^x-1) and the answer should be reversed. Also, in problem 7 The function x=2y-3 should be x=3-2y and the answer should be 1/2.)
Final Exams
2022 Spring (with solutions)
2016 Fall [solutions] There is a mistake in the last step of the solution for number 5. The x should be the square root of 1/2 instead of 1/2. In problem 9, the 4x^2 term should be multiplied by negative one, so the answer is -1, not 1.
2015 Fall [incomplete solutions] and [an updated version] (see #4 and #14) and [another updated version] (see #14)