Calculus I & II

New:

  • Calculus students should refresh and fill in gaps of precalculus and trigonometry material needed in calculus. These review problems can help. You can get answers here.
  • Starting in Spring 2018, MAC 2311 classes [Calculus I] will have common final exams. In Fall 2017, the MAC 2311 final exams contained many problems similar to these. If preparing from these, focus on understanding and general procedures (when available) rather than the specific question. You can get answers here.

Online:

  • Need graph paper and the stores are closed? Print it out from here . You will need the Acrobat Reader mentioned above.
  • Prof. Rosenthal's lectures are available on iTunes U. After clicking on launch FIU iTunes U, FIU's iTunes page will open. Scroll down and click on College of Arts & Sciences. Then scroll down again and click on Calculus I. The videos were made when we were using the 8th edition of the text, so section numbers and page numbers mentioned in the videos will not correspond to your book. See the chart for more details on the contents of each video. Each instructor emphasizes different material so these lectures should be used to supplement your instructor's lectures, not replace them.

Offline:

  • The University Learning Center in GL 120. If you go and there are tutors available, you will get immediate help. Otherwise, you will have to make an appointment. The phone number is 305-348-2180. For those of you living closer to the Biscayne Bay campus, the Math Lab there is in ACI 160 and the phone number is 305-919-5927.
  • Tutoring is available to all students through the Multicultural Programs and Services office in GC 216. You may receive free tutoring, whether you are a minority or not, but by appointment only. The phone number of the main MPAS office is 305-348-2436, or you can call the AAA Tutorial Office directly at 305-348-6425. You may visit the Tutorial Office at GC 267 or email them at aaatutoringfiu@gmail.com."
  • Prof. Rosenthal's lectures are available on DVD at the audio-visual desk on the fifth floor of the University Park library. They must be watched on the library's machines. There are two or three lessons on each DVD. See the chart for more details on the contents of each DVD. Each instructor emphasizes different material so these lectures should be used to supplement your instructor's lectures, not replace them.
  • Your course may have a designated Learning Assistant; see your professor about that.