**E-mail:**avners@math.ubc.ca**Office:**MATH 209**Office hours (During the term):**Wednesday 10:30-11:50am and Friday 1:10-2:30pm @ LSK 300.**Office hours (During exam period):**Friday (April 13th and 20th) 12:30-3:30pm @ LSK 300.**Time and place of lectures:**MWF 12:00-1:00pm @ Leonard S. Klinck (LSK) 201**Common webpage for all sections of MATH 101:**http://www.math.ubc.ca/~ward/teaching/101-Winter2017/overview.shtml

- (Apr 9) Note the information on the final exam which was uploaded to the common website. Please find the time to read through it. Also, note the time of my office hours for this week and the next week. I would also like to let you know of a problem solving session held by the MLC on April 20th 10am-12pm. For the location see http://www.math.ubc.ca/~MLC/. Good luck with your exams and see you on April 19th!
- (Apr 4) There was one important Taylor series I didn't mention today. This is the Taylor series for (1+x)
^{p}. I did not get to mentioning it because the full power series is a little compolicated, but it is useful to know that (1+x)^{p}=1+xp+... I have added this into the slides and the important power Taylor series list. I have also added this in my notes. - (Apr 4) This is a kind reminder that office hours and class on Firday are cancelled. Information about office hours during the exam period will be updated on this website. Also, information about the final will appear here (and in the common website) later this week.
- (Mar 26) This is a reminder that next week's Firday class is cancelled. You should take the time and fill in teaching evaluations here. Also, we will hold a review session on April 19th 1-2:30pm at IBLC 261
- (Feb 14) In the example at the end of class today (the bottom of Week 7 Notes) I told you that the answer is n=5. I also said that n should be even, so the correct answer is, of course, n=6. So what one should do is to plug n=2,4,6,... and see that n=6 is the first integer for which the bound is small enough. I thank the student that pointed this out to me.
- (Feb 14) This is a solution to the sample midterm.
- (Feb 9) This is a sample midterm I have composed out of last year quizzes. As such, I wish to point out that it is not official and that it is not a perfect representation of the structure and length of the midterm. The aim of this sample midterm is to let you practice solving MATH 101 problems on various topics under a time constraint. The sample midterm is worth 50 marks and should take you approximately 50 minutes, while for the 45 marks REAL midterm you have only 45 minutes. This does not mean that you should assume that actual midterm is also 10% easier. You are all invited to come to office hours on Wednesday (which will begin at 10:00am) to write this sample midterm and discuss its solutions and other questions rising as part of your preparation to the midterm. Solutions will be published on Wednesday.
- (Jan 16) Note that the link to Piazza has changed a few days ago.
- (Jan 11) Note that the office hours have changed slightly (as mentioned in class). The hours posted above are in effect starting next week.
- (Jan 03) Welcome to MATH 101!

Week | Slides | DocCam | Other Materials |

Week 1 | Week 1 Slides | Week 1 Notes | Please read through the common website |

Week 2 | Week 2 Slides | Week 2 Notes | The fundamental theorem of calculus visualized |

Week 3 | Week 3 Slides | Week 3 Notes | |

Week 4 | Week 4 Slides | Week 4 Notes | |

Week 5 | Week 5 Slides | Week 5 Notes | Integrating sec(x) and sec^{3}(x) Trigonometric Integrals Summary |

Week 6 | Week 6 Slides | Week 6 Notes | |

Week 7 | Week 7 Slides | Week 7 Notes | |

Week 8 | Week 8 Slides | Week 8 Notes | |

Week 9 | Week 9 Slides | Week 9 Notes | |

Week 10 | Week 10 Slides | Week 10 Notes | |

Week 11 | Week 11 Slides | Week 11 Notes | Summary of Sequences and Series |

Week 12 | Week 12 Slides | Week 12 Notes | |

Week 13 | Week 13 Slides | Week 13 Notes | Summary of Power Series Important Taylor Series |

**Nice formula sheet**(Not to be used in exams!!!)**CLP Notes****WebWork****Piazza****MLC**(Math Learning Center)**Old Final Exams:****Last year quizzes**and**quizzes from the year before****Suggested homeworks****CLP problem book****Desmos****Wolfram Alpha**- General advice for success
- How to remember lot's of trigonometric identites while actually remembering only one.