Upcoming Review Sessions

he following table is a list of upcoming review sessions organized by the Q Center. Everyone is welcome to attend, no prior registration required. Just drop in! Some of our sessions are streamed online – if so, you can find a link below to watch it live.

Q Course or Topic Date Time Location Description Facilitator Streaming Link
 MATH 1132
Thurs, 2/7
7-8 pm
OAK 101
 This review encompasses integration techniques such as trigonometric substitution, integration by parts, and partial fractions, as well as improper integrals.
Kelly
 
MATH 1131
Sun, 2/10
6:30-7:30 pm
MCHU 101
This review will cover limits, continuity, tangents, and basic derivatives.
David
 
CHEM 1128
Thurs, 2/14
2-3 pm
HBL 1102
 This review covers solutions & colloids and introduction to chemical kinetics.
Reuben
 
PHYS 1502
Tues, 2/19
5-6 pm
SCHN 151
Topics covered include: course introduction; electric charge; Coulomb’s Law, electric fields; electric flux & field lines; Gauss’s Law; electric potential energy; electric potential; conductors & capacitance; capacitors; electric current & resistance; Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws
Jack
 
MATH 1071
Tues, 2/19
3-4 pm
ARJ 143
Exponential and mathematical models,  computing limits algebraically, continuity, and the limit definition of derivative.
Kyle
 
CHEM 1125
Wed, 2/20
5-6 pm
CHM A203
 This review will cover enthalpy, calorimetry, Hess’s Law, Gas Laws, and the Ideal Gas Equation.
Molly
 
STAT 1000/1100
Wed, 2/20
7-8 pm
TBD
 Topics covered include random sampling, quartiles, central tendencies, box plots, stem and leaf plots, dot plots, and z scores.
Jacob
 
PHYS 1501
Mon, 2/25
6-7 pm
SCHN 151
Topics covered include kinematics, relative and circular motion, Newtons laws and equilibrium, friction and non conservative forces, work and energy, and center of mass.
Joe
 
MATH 1070
Tues, 2/26
5:30-6:30 pm
SCHN 151
 This review will cover all the topics covered before the exam.  In particular, it will focus on Mathematical modeling, Linear programming, Sets, Basic Probability and Permutations and Combinations.
Sweta
 
MATH 1132
Tues, 3/12
4:30-5:30 pm
SCHN 151
 A review of sequences and series.  Includes: geometric and telescoping series; testing series for convergence using tests such as the divergence test, comparison tests, alternating series tests, ratio test and integral test.
Melissa
 
PHYS1501
Mon, 4/8
6-7 pm
SCHN 151
  Joe
 
CHEM 1125
Wed, 4/10
5-6 pm
CHM A203
  Molly
 
MATH 1071
Wed, 4/10
3-4 pm
ARJ 143
  Kyle
 
MATH 1132
Tues, 4/16
4:30-5:30 pm
SCHN 151
 A review of Taylor and Power series. Includes approximating integrals using power series, representing functions as power series, and determining the radius and interval of convergence for a given power series.
Melissa
 
             
             
             
             
STAT 1100
Thurs, 11/29
5:30-6:30 pm
SCHN 151
 Review of Probability Distributions, Sample Mean/Proportion, and Confidence Intervals Jacob
 
CHEM 1127
Fri, 12/7
12:00 – 1:00 pm
CAST 212
Review of topics under gases, chemical bonding, thermochemistry,  stoichiometry of chemical reactions and common topics in chapters 1-9  Reuben  
STAT 1000/1100
Sun, 12/9
1:30-2:30 pm
CHM A120
 Hypothesis Testing: One & Two Sample T-tests / One & Two Sample Proportion Z tests Jacob
 
MATH 1131
Sun, 12/9
7:00 – 8:00 pm
CHM A120
This review session will consist of example problems intended to prepare students for the Calculus I final exam. Topics that may be covered include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, integrals, areas, and volumes.

 

David
 
CHEM 1124
Mon, 12/10
6:00 – 7:00 pm
CAST 212
 This review will briefly cover topics from each of the chapters covered throughout the entire semester.  Molly