Math 2110 Exam Info (Fall 2020)

Midterm Exam Format

All midterm exams will be given on HuskyCT. The exam requires the use of Lockdown Browser with monitor, which requires a WebCam. More information is available here:  Exams will consist of  two parts. One has multiple choice questions. The other has free response questions. You have 35 minutes for each part.  They must be completed between 10-12pm or 3-5 pm. You can complete the components during the same time slot or one during each.

Exam 1

  • Friday, Sept 25
  • Covers 12.1-12.6, 14.1-14.7 (omit 14.2, 14.5)

Exam 2

  • Friday, Oct 23
  • Covers 14.1-14.7 (omit 14.2, 14.5) and 15.1-15.9 (omit 15.4, 15.5)

Exam 3

  • Friday, Nov 20
  • Covers 15.1-15.9 (omit 15.4, 15.5), 13.1-13.3 and 16.1-16.7

Study Resources

When this is offered as an in-person course, there are two instead of three. The practice questions below are aligned with the 2 exam model but are provided as an additional study resource.

Exam 1 Practice Problems (solutions) Covers 14.1-14.7 (omit 14.2, 14.5), 15.1-3

Exam 1 Review from Text Covers 14.1-14.7 (omit 14.2, 14.5), 15.1-3

Exam 2 Practice Problems (solutions) Covers 15.6-15.8, 13.1-13.3, 16.1-16.4

Exam 2 Review Exercises Covers 15.6-15.8, 13.1-13.3, 16.1-16.4

Theorem Page (provided on Exam 3)

Final Exam Review (solutions)

Final Portfolio

The final portfolio assignment is in lieu of a final exam.  You will be asked to explain several different concepts in your own terms as well as solve a variety of problems.  This should be worked on individually.  The work you submit should reflect your individual understanding. The assignment will be given before Thanksgiving break and is due at the end of the reading week.  Most of the work should be typed but can include several images of handwritten work.  These images should be clear and easy to read.  Your typed work will be submitted using Turnitin.  More details will be provided later in the course.