Math 2110 Exam Info (Spring 2024)

Midterm Exam Format

All midterm exams will be given in discussion section (in-person).   Exams will be a mix of True/False, Multiple choice, Fill in the Blank and/or free response questions. You have 50 minutes. Exams must be completed during your discussion section time.

For each exam, you will be allowed a handwritten, double-sided note sheet, no larger than standard 8.5×11.

Exam 1

  • Week 5: Thursday, February 15th
  • Covers 12.1-12.6, 14.1-14.8 (omit 14.2)

Exam 2

  • Week 9: Thursday, March 21st
  • Covers 14.1-14.8 (omit 14.2) and 15.1-15.9 (omit 15.4, 15.5)

Exam 3

  • Week 13: Thursday, April 18th
  • Covers 15.1-15.9 (omit 15.4, 15.5), 13.1-13.3 and 16.1-16.6

Study Resources

In years prior, this course was offered with two midterms and a cumulative final exam, instead of three midterms. The practice questions below are aligned with the 2-exam model used in the past but are provided as an additional study resource. Note: our exams will cover 14.5, 14.8, and 15.9. Resources more aligned with our calendar are provided in HuskyCT.

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

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 work should be typed but can include several images of handwritten work.  These images should be clear and easy to read.  Your typed work may be scanned plagiarism detection software.  More details will be provided later in the course.  It is due Monday, April 29.