I've compiled most of the handouts that I've got into one place for quick access to multiple handouts if you should need to. Most of the non class specific handouts can also be found on my notes site.

Note that I do not include homework or homework solutions in this page. To get a copy of those you will need to visit the page for the particular course that you are interested in.

The handouts come if a variety of formats including the following,

**html**- This is fairly obvious. It will load the information into your browser.**pdf**- This is Adobe's pdf format and requires their Acrobat Reader to view it. Click here to go to Adobe's web site to download Acrobat Reader if you need to. Our lab in Lucas 209 has Acrobat Reader installed as so you can always view these there.

General

This is a set of general handouts that I rarely handout anymore mostly to save on paper since many students didn't pay much attention to these when I did hand them out. They are still nice however, for those students who are interested.

**Algebra/Trig Review**[html | pdf] - Looking for a refresher in Algebra and Trig? Here is a list of problems to test your knowledge of Algebra and Trig skills. This was originally written for my Calculus I students, but others needing a refresher in Algebra and Trig might find it useful as well.

**Algebra/Trig Review Solutions**[html | pdf] - Here are solutions to the problems from the Algebra/Trig Review above.

**Common Math Errors**[html | pdf] - Here is a list of common math errors. This was originally written for my Calculus I students, but anyone who is in a math class should find most of the first three sections accessible. The last section is devoted to calculus.

**Getting Help/How to Study Math**[html | pdf] - Here are some tips for studying mathematics.

Cheat Sheets/Tables

Here are a set of cheat sheets and tables that you might find useful in some of your classes.

**Algebra Cheat Sheet**[Full Sized - pdf | Reduced - pdf] - This is as many common algebra facts, properties, formulas, and functions that I could think of. There is also a page of common algebra errors included. Currently the full version of the cheat sheet is 4 pages long.

**Trig Cheat Sheet**[Full Sized - pdf | Reduced - pdf] - Here is a set of common trig facts, properties and formulas. A unit circle (completely filled out) is also included. Currently this cheat sheet is 4 pages long.

**Calculus Cheat Sheet**[Full Sized - pdf | Reduced - pdf] - This contains common facts, definitions, properties of limits, derivatives and integrals. Most of the information here is generally taught in a Calculus I course although there is some information that is generally taught in a Calculus II course included as well. The full sized version is 11 pages.

**Common Derivatives and Integrals**[Full Sized - pdf | Reduced - pdf] - Here is a set of common derivatives and integrals that are used somewhat regularly in a Calculus I or Calculus II class. Also included are reminders on several integration techniques. Currently this cheat sheet is 4 pages long.

**Laplace Transforms**[pdf] - Here is a list of Laplace transforms for a differential equations class. This tables gives many of the commonly used Laplace transforms and formulas. Currently this table is 2 pages long. The table itself however is only the first page of the file. The second page is just a set of facts about some of the table entries.

Math 2413 - Calculus I

Here are the general handouts that I give to this class. I do not include homework and/or homework solutions here. Those are listed in the individual course pages. Please be aware that this information may be somewhat out of date. I tend to not update the Syllabi/Policy files until right before I teach a course so do not assume that the information give here will be how I'm going to teach a course the next time that I teach it.

**Information Sheet**[pdf] This is a copy of the course information that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this course information is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**Course Policies**[pdf] This is a copy of the basic course policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**My Syllabus**[pdf] Here is the list of topics that are in my notes. This syllabus will also cross references the Departmental Syllabus above so that if you have the book you can find the section in the book that corresponds to any given section in my notes.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course the exam dates listed were for that semester and should not be used as any indication of when exams will be the next time I teach the course.

**Important Information**[pdf] This is a copy of some important information that is handed out to all mathematics course.

Math 2414 - Calculus II

Here are the general handouts that I give to this class. I do not include homework and/or homework solutions here. Those are listed in the individual course pages. Please be aware that this information may be somewhat out of date. I tend to not update the Syllabi/Policy files until right before I teach a course so do not assume that the information give here will be how I'm going to teach a course the next time that I teach it.

**Information Sheet**[pdf] This is a copy of the policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**Course Policies**[pdf] This is a copy of the basic course policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**My Syllabus**[pdf] Here is the list of topics that are in my notes. This syllabus will also cross references the Departmental Syllabus above so that if you have the book you can find the section in the book that corresponds to any given section in my notes.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course the exam dates listed were for that semester and should not be used as any indication of when exams will be the next time I teach the course.

**Important Information**[pdf] This is a copy of some important information that is handed out to all mathematics course.

Math 2415 - Calculus III

Here are the general handouts that I give to this class. I do not include homework and/or homework solutions here. Those are listed in the individual course pages. Please be aware that this information may be somewhat out of date. I tend to not update the Syllabi/Policy files until right before I teach a course so do not assume that the information give here will be how I'm going to teach a course the next time that I teach it.

**Information Sheet**[pdf] This is a copy of the policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**Course Policies**[pdf] This is a copy of the basic course policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**My Syllabus**[pdf] Here is the list of topics that are in my notes. This syllabus will also cross references the Departmental Syllabus above so that if you have the book you can find the section in the book that corresponds to any given section in my notes.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course the exam dates listed were for that semester and should not be used as any indication of when exams will be the next time I teach the course.

**Important Information**[pdf] This is a copy of some important information that is handed out to all mathematics course.

Math 3301 - Differential Equations

Here are the general handouts that I give to this class. I do not include homework and/or homework solutions here. Those are listed in the individual course pages. Please be aware that this information may be somewhat out of date. I tend to not update the Syllabi/Policy files until right before I teach a course so do not assume that the information give here will be how I'm going to teach a course the next time that I teach it.

**Information Sheet**[pdf] This is a copy of the policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**Course Policies**[pdf] This is a copy of the basic course policies that I used the last time that I taught the course.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course this set of policies is liable to change the next time that I teach it and so do not assume that this will be the policies for the next time I teach this course.

**My Syllabus**[pdf] Here is the list of topics that are in my notes. This syllabus will also cross references the Departmental Syllabus above so that if you have the book you can find the section in the book that corresponds to any given section in my notes.

Please be aware that if I'm not currently teaching this course the exam dates listed were for that semester and should not be used as any indication of when exams will be the next time I teach the course.

**Important Information**[pdf] This is a copy of some important information that is handed out to all mathematics course.