Authorized (and mostly Free) Sources for Help in M118:  
The Finite Show:  estudy9.iu.edu:8080/~estudy9/m118/TFS/index.html 
Help Sessions:  Math Learning Center: 9 am  5 pm MF Swain East 340 Mathematics Department: MonThurs 5:457:45 pm in Swain West 217 (beginning in the 2nd week of classes) Academic Support Center: SunThurs 711 pm (starting 2nd week of classes) in Briscoe, Forest, Teter Halls 
X101: Learning Strategies for Math. This is a 2 credit hour course you can take in conjunction with M118 and with at least the first half of V118. It will help you study and learn the material in this class. It is recommended if you have math anxiety, are struggling with the material, have failed the class previously, or have low placement exam scores and/or low math SAT scores.  sac.indiana.edu/xOneZeroOneMath 
M118 Study Guide (Click on the M118 link):  http://www.math.indiana.edu/undergraduate/courses.phtml 
Scott Brown's Go Finite Page:  http://www.indiana.edu/~gofinite/ 
For Profit and/or NonIU Sponsored Sources for Help in M118:  
Private Tutor List:  http://www.math.indiana.edu/undergraduate/tutors.phtml 
FiniteHelp.com (I strongly encourage you to ignore the sentiment expressed by these individuals. Your duty to whomever is paying for your education is to obtain your education. However, some of the resources provided here are currently free and do not appear to be mathematically incorrect.)  http://FiniteHelp.com 
Khan Academy: Nonprofit online videos on a variety of topics, including mathematical and financial topics covered in this course.  http://www.khanacademy.org/ 



Calculators: A singleline scientific calculator may be used on some exams. No graphing calculators or other electronic devices (such as cell phones) may be used.
Cheating: It is not possible to cheat on homework and pop quizzes. These will all be open note, open text, open friend, etc... However, all exam work must be your own and no cheating will be tolerated. All suspected cases of cheating will be handled in accordance with University procedures found at http://dsa.indiana.edu/ethics.html. If you do cheat, you will receive an F* in the course. Additional sanctions may be imposed by the Dean.
Religious Holiday Policy: If you will miss class, especially a class during which there will be an exam or other required work, for a religious holiday, you must inform me during the first two weeks of the semester.
Homework: To do well in V118, you need to keep up with the material. Essential to that task is studying and practicing daily. If the homework you are asked to turn in each day in class is not sufficient practice for you, additional suggested exercises are provided on the departmental syllabus. These are usually odd numbered problems with solutions given in the back of your text. You should work problems until you are comfortable with the material and get most of the answers correct.
The homework will be graded as follows: two problems will be chosen to be graded. You will get 5 points per graded problem for a completely correct answer, 2.5 points for a mostly correct answer and/or good initial attempt, and 0 points for an incorrect answer for a total of 10 points per assignment. You will not receive extensive feedback as to what you did wrong. To obtain this feedback, ask how to do the problem at one of the sources of help you have available to you (my office hours, departmental help sessions, or the tutoring services provided in the residence halls.)
Practice Exams for V118 this term.
Practice for V118 Exam 1
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Practice Exams: To be revised. These are for M118.
Practice Exam 1a
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Practice Exam 1b
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Practice Midterm 1
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Practice Midterm 2
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Practice Exam 3
Practice Final Exam
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Greg Kattner's Practice Exams