DO NOT TO MAKE ANY TRAVEL PLANS BEFORE YOUR FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE IS KNOWN AS ALTERNATE EXAM DATES WILL NOT BE ARRANGED TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR TRAVEL PLANS. The preliminary final exam schedule is usually released mid-February.

BRING YOUR STUDENT I.D. CARD to the final exam and KEEP IT WITH YOU when you write the exam.

You will need to know your course and section number! Go to the correct location (at the correct time) for your course and section number. You should also know the name of your instructor so you can write it on your exam paper (this helps stray exams from being lost).

Note that certain topics were covered in past final exams that will not be covered in this year's exam. Also, certain topics will be covered in this year's exam that were not covered in past final exams.

**April 2010 exam. ** [Ignore 2(b),(c), 5] Solutions.

**April 2009 exam. ** [Ignore 1(e),(h),(j), 3(b), 5] Solutions.

**April 2008 exam. ** [Ignore 1(d),(e), 2(c), 4(a),(b), 5(b)]

**April 2007 exam. ** [Ignore 1(d),(e),(g),(h), 4(a),(b)]

The UBC Math Club sells a package containing several recent MATH 101 final exams together with solutions, starting Monday April 4. These packages will be on sale in Math Annex Room 1119 until April 7. ($5 for Math Club members, $10 for non-members.)

Comments about this year’s final exam:

- Question #1 is a multiple-part short-answer question, as
in previous April final exams. This year it has 10 parts worth
3 points each. Full marks will be given for correct answers,
and at most 1 point for an incorrect answer. Answers must be
**simplified**. - Questions #2–#8 are full-solution problems, for which
all work must be shown. Answers do
**not**need to be simplified**unless**requested otherwise. - At least 2/3 of the questions on the final exam will be similar to the suggested homework problems. The homework problems are a good guide for material students are responsible for.
- Students are responsible for all topics included in this
year’s course outline
except §7.7. All of
these topics are contained within the relevant sections of the
textbook. Note the following:
- in §5.2, students are not responsible for memorizing formulas 5, 6, and 7 on p. 369 (if such a formula is required to do a question on the final exam, it will be given);
- in §5.4, students are not responsible for the last two formulas in the table on indefinite integrals on p. 392;
- in §7.2, students are not responsible for the boxed material in the middle of p. 465 (if such a formula is required to do a question on the final exam, it will be given);
- in §7.4, omit Case IV (p. 479);
- in §7.5, students are not responsible for formulas 15, 16, 19, or 20 on p. 484;
- in §7.8, students are not responsible for the use of l’Hopital’s rule to evaluate improper integrals;
- in §8.3, students are not responsible for moments for
a system of
*n*particles or Pappus’s Theorem; - in §9.3, ignore Orthogonal Trajectories (p. 583) and How Fast Does a Tank Drain? (p. 588);
- in §11.1, students are not responsible for the proof of the Monotonic Sequence Theorem, the Completeness Axiom, or the Principle of Mathematical Induction;
- in §11.3, students are not responsible for formula (3) or Example 6, both on p. 702;
- in §11.6, omit the Root Test; students are not responsible for the proof of the Ratio Test;
- in §11.10, omit the binomial series and division of power series; students are not responsible for memorizing the last two series in Table 1 (p. 743);
- §7.7 will not be covered in this year's exam.

- No calculators or formula sheets are allowed. Also, cell phones are not permitted.
- In applications problems, students are expected to be familiar
with both the SI (Metric) and Imperial systems. Note in particular
that in the Imperial system, pounds are a unit of
*force*. - The final exam will comprise 50% of students’ final course grades. The final exam will not generally be weighted higher for students who perform better on the final exam than they did during the term. Note however that term marks for each of the 12 sections of MATH 101 will be scaled depending on the section’s performance on the final exam, as explained in the Course Policies section of the MATH 101 homepage.