If you need a "refresher" for your high-school algebra, you might
want to look at
this review of what you need to know to do calculus.
French version is also available.
(Other advice is available on the
You need only look at section 3.
Some useful formulas you should know are found at the end
(unnumbered p.42). These and other such formulas are also found at
the end of your textbook (the blue-tipped pages).
Study materials (Cal I)
|These "tests" are collections
of old test questions
given in past terms ---
I strongly suggest
these before each test!!
The Dobson files are also
worth looking at, especially
as the term comes to an end.
Practice Tests (Cal I) (long format):
Test 1 (PDF format). (Also available in PostScript format.)
Practice Test 1 for 2016 (slight rearrangement of topics)
Test 2 (PDF format). (Also available in PostScript format.)
Practice Test 2 for 2017 (slight rearrangement of topics)
Practice Test 3 (PDF format). (Also available in PostScript
Click here if you are having trouble with
the PDF files.
Supplemental Exercises in Calculus ("The Dobson Files")
Norm Dobson's Cal I problems
Notes on various topics (Cal I)
Suggested problems for the 8th edition of
Suggested problems for the 7th edition of
the small stuff (Notes on limits as x → ∞)