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Fall 2019 Exam Jam review session schedules are in progress.

Schedule by Subject

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the Introduction to Algebra (Math 0308) sessions will draw from the 0308 topics of:

- Real numbers,
- Equations and inequalities,
- Graphing,
- Systems of equations,
- Exponents,
- Polynomials and factoring,
- Rational expressions.

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on 0308 topics or final exam review questions.


Wednesday, December 4

Time Room Number Faculty
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM 13.309 Patel Jayesh

 

 

 

Thursday, December 5

Time Room Number Faculty

12:15 PM - 1:45 PM

13.309 Susan Georgson

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the College Algebra (Math 1314) sessions will draw from the topics of:

- Function graphs,
- Linear and quadratic functions,
- Polynomial and rational functions,
- Systems of non-linear equations,
- Exponential and logarithmic functions. 

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on college algebra topics or final exam review questions. 


Wednesday, December 4

Time Room Number Faculty
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM                  13.303 Alexandra Shott (Trig/B.Calc)

Thursday, December 5

Time Room Number Faculty
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM 13.329 Kisha Smith
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM 13.303 Shelby Bercu

Friday, December 6

Time Room Number Faculty
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 13.303 Virginia Gasparini
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM 13.303 Derrell Dunn

Saturday, December 7

Time Room Number Faculty
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM 13.327 Alexandra Shott (Trig/B.Calc)

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the Trigonometry (Math 1316) sessions will draw from the topics of:

- Trigonometric functions and their graphs,
- Transformations of trigonometric graphs,
- Inverse functions,
- Trigonometric identities and formulas,
- Laws of sines and cosines,
- Polar coordinates and vectors,
- Analytic geometry.

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on trig topics.


Wednesday, December 4

Time Room Number Faculty
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 13.331 Abe Haje

Thursday, December 5

Time Room Number Faculty
12:15 PM - 1:25 PM 13.321 Martha Donnelly
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM  13.305 Ivan Ramos

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

The content of these special sessions will vary according to the specific course(s) covered in the session. Each session, at the discretion of the session provider, may include content from one or more of the following courses:

Calculus I (Math 2413)
Calculus II (Math 2414)
Calculus III (Math 2415)

Friday, December 6

Time Room Number Faculty
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM 13.303 Rick Smalley

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the Finite or Business Math (Math 1324) sessions will draw from the topics of:

- Counting and probability,
- Systems of linear equations (matricies),
- Linear inequalities,
- Optimization,
- Simplex method,
- Financial math. 

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on business math topics.


Thursday, December 5

Time Room Number Faculty
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM 13.331 Abe Haje
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM 13.309 Mathew Shirley

Friday

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the Business Calculus (Math 1325) sessions will draw from the topics of:

- Limits and derivatives,
- Product and quotient rules,
- Chain rule,
- Implicit differentiation,

- Graphing and optimization,
- L'Hopital's rule,
- Maxima and minima,
- Integration. 

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on business calculus topics.


Wednesday, December 4

Time Room Number Faculty
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM 13.331 Frank Rodriguez

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.

 

Fall 2019 Exam Jam review sessions are in progress. Keep checking for updates!

 

Content of the Statistics (Math 1342) sessions will draw from the topics of:

- Collection, analysis, presentation of data,
- Interpretation of data,
- Descriptive statistics,
- Correlation and regression,
- Confidence intervals,
- Hypothesis testing,

At their discretion, the professor leading a given session may choose to review specific topics of their choice, go over a set of homework or final exam review questions, or open the session to student questions. Please come prepared to ask any questions you might have on 1342 topics or final exam review questions. 


Wednesday, December 4

Time Room Number Faculty
2:30 PM - 4:00PM 13.305 Devika Lalsinghani

Thursday, December 5

Time Room Number Faculty
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM 13.321 Devika Lalsinghani

*Some instructors may be able to help with multiple subjects during the session. Please check with the instructor prior to the session to find out.