**Contact me**

- E-mail: j-epstein@tamu.edu. Be sure to include your name and class/section numbers
- Phone: 845-3261 and Fax: 862-4190
- Office: 245D BLOC
- Mailbox: 226 BLOC (open M-F 8 to 5)
- My main webpage, http://www.math.tamu.edu/~janice.epstein/

**Contact your TA**

- Angelina's email is arockmath141@gmail.com
- Abby's email is aspiegelman.math@gmail.com

** Instructor Office Hours **

- TBA
- E-mail me to set up an appointment if you want to meet at a different time. Be sure to tell me what times you are available.

**Useful Links**

- The syllabus may be found here
- All class lectures will be online. Please go to
http://www.math.tamu.edu/~janice.epstein/TAMU_MATH_141/TAMU_M141_Video_Links.html
- If you have trouble opening the videos, try different browsers. Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Bing, etc can all behave differently

- Online homework help
- Week-In-Review lectures are on Tuesdays from 5:30P - 7:30P in HELD 113. Notes at http://www.math.tamu.edu/~jlewis/141Sp18WIRpage.html
- Help sessions to get help with the online homework are on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7P - 9P in BLOC 164.
- To see an image of the scantrons you need to bring to class, click here Be SURE to leave them blank!
- 11th Edition Suggested Homework and Video Solutions (thanks to Kendra Kilmer for these!)
- Calculator Help thanks to Kathryn Bollinger
- More practice thanks to Joe Kahlig
- Test Bank Questions : Choose your sections and two questions will be picked from the database of old exam questions.

** Old Week-In-Reviews** - note our new syllabus does not include quadratics, linear regression or matrix inverses.

- Review from Spring 2015 (Epstein)
- Review from Spring 2013 (Kilmer)
- Review from Fall 2011 (Bollinger)
- Review from Fall 2011 (Kahlig)
- Review from Fall 2007 (Aurispa)
- Class notes from my 141 honors class This has all we are doing in class and more.

- Week 9 (Mar 19 to Mar 23)
- Quiz 9 on the language of probability (7.1)
- Activity 9 on the basics of probability (7.2, 7.3, and 7.4)

- Spring Break (Mar 12 - Mar 16)
- Week 8 (Mar 5 to Mar 9)
- Quiz 8 on Sections 6.3 and 6.4 (counting)
- Activity 8 on Exam 2 review problems
- EXAM 2
- Thursday, Mar 8 at 7P in CHEM 100
- There will be a seating chart and you must sit in your assigned seat
- Test is 75 minutes long and all multiple choice
- Covers sections 3.1, 3.3, 6.1 - 6.4, and 7.1
- Be sure to bring your ID, calculator and a wooden pencil
- All smart watches, fitness trackers, and cell phones must be put away

- Week 7 (Feb 26 to Mar 2)
- Quiz 7 on sets (6.1 and 6.2)
- Activity 7 on counting (6.3 and 6.4)

- Week 6 (Feb 19 to Feb 23)
- Quiz 6 on solving linear programming problems (3.3)
- Activity 6 on Sets (6.1 and 6.2)

- Week 5 (Feb 12 to Feb 16)
- Quiz 5 on Section 3.1
- Activity 5 on solving linear programming problems

- Week 4 (Feb 5 to Feb 9)
- Quiz 4 on Sections 2.4 and 2.5
- Activity 4 on setting up linear programming problems
- EXAM 1
- Thursday, Feb 8 at 7P in CHEM 100
- There will be a seating chart and you must sit in your assigned seat
- Test is 75 minutes long and all multiple choice (25 questions at 4 points each)
- Covers sections 1.3, 1.4, 2.1 - 2.5, and 3.2
- Be sure to bring your ID, calculator, and pencil
- All smart watches, fitness trackers, headphones and cell phones must be put away

- Week 3 (Jan 29 to Feb 2)
- Quiz 3 on Sections 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3
- Activity on matrix multiplication

- Week 2 (Jan 22 to Jan 26)
- Quiz 2 on Sections 1.3 and 1.4
- Activity on systems of equations with no solution or parametric solutions

- Week 1 (Jan 15 to Jan 19)
- Quiz 1 on Class Policies
- Activity 1 on Linear Models