Math 242 (Phillips): Calculus for Business and Social Science 2

This is the home page for N. C. Phillips' Calculus for Business and Social Science 2 (Math 242) at the University of Oregon, Winter quarter 2020.

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Summary of updates (most recent first)

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Basic information

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Lecture 1 (Monday 6 January):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 8 January):

Discussion section meeting (Wednesday 8 January or Thursday 9 January):

Lecture 1 (Monday 13 January):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 15 January):

Discussion section meeting (Wednesday 15 January or Thursday 16 January):

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Note: No Lecture 1, due to holiday.

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 22 January):

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Lecture 1 (Monday 27 January):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 29 January):

Discussion section meeting (Wednesday 29 January or Thursday 30 January):

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Lecture 2 (Wednesday 5 February):

Discussion section meeting (Wednesday 5 February or Thursday 6 February):

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Lecture 2 (Wednesday 12 February):

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Lecture 2 (Wednesday 19 February):

Discussion section meeting (Wednesday 19 February or Thursday 20 February):

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Lecture 1 (Monday 24 February):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 26 February):

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Lecture 1 (Monday 2 March):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 4 March):

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Lecture 1 (Monday 9 March):

Lecture 2 (Wednesday 11 March):

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These sample exams and study guide don't cover Sections 6.4 and 7.1--7.3. Sections 6.4 and 7.1--7.3 will be on the final exam. Some further information related to Section 6.4 will be posted on the weekend. For Sections 7.1--7.3, see the material posted for Midterm 1 and also the Midterm 1 you actually took.

It is likely, but not yet decided, that the final exam will be given at the scheduled time, but electronically and open book and open notes. The questions on these samples were designed for a closed book exam, with only a note card available, and many would have to be modified for an open book exam. Therefore the style of questions may not be representative of what will actually be on the final exam.

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Important dates, according to the Academic Calendar at the registrar's office (not guaranteed!)

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This page maintained by N. Christopher Phillips, email. Please email plain text (7 bit ASCII) only (no web page coded files, Microsoft Word documents, binary characters, etc.; see above for more).

Last significant change: 21 January 2020. Additions of course materials are not considered "significant", but reorganizations are.