MATH 265 Supplemental Instruction

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Lecture: MWF 8:00am - 8:50am
Instructor: Butler

SI Leader: Ashish J.

Weekly SI Sessions

Sunday 3:10 pm @ Carver 0184
Monday 5:10 pm @ Carver 0074
Wednesday 5:10 pm @ Carver 0074

About SI for this Course

Calc III can be tough. But with smart and consistent practice and study habits, ANYBODY is capable of achieving a grade they can be proud of. That's what SI is here for: It's a fantastic resource that enables you to study effectively and efficiently to put yourself ahead of the competition.

Most sessions are 50 minutes long and cover concepts from lecture. During SI, we'll focus on making sure you are adequately prepared for anything the exams may throw at you. Overall, this is a great opportunity to set yourself up for success in Calc III, so I hope to see you there!

One thing to note: Calc III is COORDINATED, meaning every section, regardless of your lecturer, will be learning the same material and preparing for the same assessments. So, if you can't make the times for your specific SI session, feel free to attend any other session as you'd like!


Exam 1 Review

From 2 - 4 PM on Sunday, Jack (another Calc III SI Leader) and I will be holding an exam review session at Troxel 1001. We will be reviewing material that will be on the exam to prepare, as well as going over problems from previous exams. Hope to see you there! As a side note: this means that my regularly scheduled Sunday SI session at 3 PM is CANCELLED.


Exam 1 Review [PDF] - Contains a few problems from past exams, a few from past sessions, and a few others. We will be reviewing this during the review session on 9/22.

Vectors and Cross Products [DOCX] - Vectors and cross products, area and volume of parallelograms and parallelepipeds

Vectors and Dot Products [DOCX] - Vectors and dot products

Introduction to 3D coordinate systems and vectors [DOCX] - Sketching surfaces in 3D cartesian, clyinderical, and spherical coordinates, converting between coordinate systems, introduction to vectors