Honors Calculus III: MATH 126
Third quarter in calculus sequence. Introduction to Taylor polynomials and Taylor series, vector geometry in three dimensions,introduction to multivariable differential calculus, double integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates.
Unfortunately, amid the frantic packing and cleaning of my dorm room at the end of the year, I idiotically threw away my write ups for this class. Below you'll find my two midterms from the class however, which I think are just as good of a reflection of my work in the quarter. The first exam I did okay on, leading me to believe that I wasn't going to do as well in the class because I had never studied the material before. But I made up for it on the second exam and did really well. I think these tests are representative of the entire series because they really taught me the value of studying and practicing. In high school I would do a few practice problems and that would be that, but I was given so many great resources at UW that I felt it would be a waste not to utilize every single one. So I ended up taking a lot of practice tests, and it ultimately paid off really well. As great as the math was, the best thing I'm going to take away from this class are really great study habits.