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The last mini list problem set #21 has been posted.

Dear Students,

Please see the following link to get access to past exams for the course:

Dear Students,

The final exam office hours schedule to be held by the professors of the course is now posted. See the ``Office Hours'' section of the ``Notes and Uploads'' page of the course.

Dear Students,

Here is the information about the final exam:

Good luck with your preparations!

Dear Students,

You have been sent an email from crowdmark with links to see your MAT237Y test 5 (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark). The test is out of 70.

I uploaded a solution of the test to the course website: Test 5 Solutions

If you think there is a marking error, please ** read the solutions carefully**. If after careful review of the solutions, you are still convinced there is a marking error, please ** send an e-mail to ** the following e-mail address: ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** , by **Monday, April 3rd at 11:59 pm ** (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

Please send all e-mails about remarking to ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** . (Please don't send them to other e-mail addresses, that is to your professor's or the coordinator's)

** Important **. Please be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, ** your grade may be lowered **. This has happened when warranted.

** Having difficulty locating the crowdmark e-mail in your utoronto.ca inbox? Please follow these steps. **

Test 5 takes place this Friday March 24th, ***6:30-8.20 pm***.

The room assignments are:

The early sitting will take place 2 hours earlier in **BA 2159**.

(The early sitting is only for students with a conflict who have registered with the coordinator).

The schedule of Extra MAC taking place this week (March 20-24) in preparation for Test 5 have been posted.

Problem Set 20 has been posted.

Test 5 will cover the following material:

The exercises relevant to studying are:

Problem Set 19 has been posted.

Dear Students,

I just wanted to let everyone know that Test 5 will take place on Friday March 24th, from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm. (The time is 30 min later because there is a Mat137 test taking place in the same rooms, just before us.)

Problem Set 18 has been posted.

The mini list PS 16 has been posted.

Dear Students,

You have been sent an email from crowdmark with links to see your MAT237Y test 4 (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark). The test is out of 60, and the maximum possible score is 65/60, because Q3 was a bonus question worth 5 marks.

Crowdmark thinks the test is out of 65, but don't worry, we will keep track of this fact in the final calculation of the grades.

I uploaded a solution of the test to the course website: Test 4 Solutions

If you think there is a marking error, please ** read the solutions carefully**. If after careful review of the solutions, you are still convinced there is a marking error, please ** send an e-mail to ** the following e-mail address: ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** , by **Saturday, March 4th at 11:59 pm ** (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

Please send all e-mails about remarking to ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** . (Please don't send them to other e-mail addresses, that is to your professor's or the coordinator's)

** Important **. Please be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, ** your grade may be lowered **. This does happen.

Problem Set 17 has been posted.

Dear Students,

We have posted the solutions to Test 4. The test will be marked by the end of reading week, Monday Feb. 27th. Have a good reading week, everyone.

Dear Students, Mini list problem sets up to 15 have been posted. Feel free to use them as extra practice for the tests, although their main purpose is as preparation for the final exam.

Dear Students, We have posted the Extra MAC Hours for the week of Test 4. The extra hours start right away on Tuesday. Please make use of them, and good luck studying!

Test 4 takes place this Friday Feb 17th, 6:10-8 pm.

The room assignments are:

The early sitting takes place from 4.10-6 pm in BA 3008.

(The early sitting is only for students with a conflict who have registered with the coordinator).

Test 4 will cover the following material:

The exercises relevant to studying are:

Dear Students,

We have uploaded Test 4 from last year's course, in the "Notes and Uploads" section of the website.

You may find it useful as extra practice in preparation for this year's Test 4.

Please note:

Problem Set 16 has been posted.

Problem sets 12, 14, 15 have been posted. We're skipping number 13. (Not because of superstitions, I promise) Please get started on them.

Dear Students,

You have been sent an email from crowdmark with links to see your MAT237Y test 3 (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark).

I uploaded a solution of the test to the course website: Test 3 Solutions

If you think there is a marking error, please ** read the solutions carefully**. If after careful review of the solutions, you are still convinced there is a marking error, please ** send an e-mail to ** the following e-mail address: ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** , by **Friday, February 3rd at 11:59 pm ** (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

Please send all e-mails about remarking to ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** . (Please don't send them to other e-mail addresses, that is to your professor's or the coordinator's)

** Important **. Please be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, ** your grade may be lowered **. This does happen.

Dear Students,

We have uploaded Test 3 from last year's course, in the "Notes and Uploads" section of the website.

(Update: please note that there is a missing absolute value sign in Q7 of last year's test. In the third bullet, there should be an absolute value around the partial derivative. Its absolute value should be less than or equal to 1.)

It is recommended that you use it as extra practice in preparation for this year's Test 3.

Please note:

Test 3 takes place this Friday Jan 20th, 5:10-7 pm.

The room assignments are:

The early sitting takes place from 3.10-5 pm in BA 3008.

(The early sitting is only for students with a conflict who have registered with the coordinator).

Dear Students,

The following documents have been posted related to MAC hours, in the "Notes and Uploads" section under "Office Hours".

Hope that you can make use of them!

Dear Students,

The terms "big" and "small" refer to the magnitude of a number. For example saying that "a is sufficiently small" means that the "magnitude of a is small". That is, "a is close to 0".

For example, this applies to Q4 on Big List #11.

We have decided to make the supplementary notes recommended (but not required) reading material for students. Of course, you will still be responsible for any topics that are covered in Tyler's notes if there is overlap. For example, Optimization and Lagrange Multipliers are in the Tyler's notes.

This will apply to Test 3 as well, and I have edited the test announcement below to reflect the change.

I recommend that you still read the supplementary notes, as they elaborate on the topics, and will lead you to have a deeper understanding of the material, and hopefully to do better on the tests as a result.

Test 3 will cover the following material:

The exercises relevant to studying are:

Dear Students,

For Test 3, we do not guarantee to ask an exact problem from the Mini-List (or slight modification thereof), as we have been doing with the Big-List.

For future tests, however, we may choose to do this.

In other words, for future tests (i.e. Tests 4 & 5), "the rule of 25%" of the questions being slight modifications of the Big List will apply to the Big and Mini Lists together.

I still recommend you work on the Mini-List in your preparations for Test 3, as extra practice.

Good luck with your studying!Dear Students,

Last, but not least, please take a look at the "Potter Problem Set 9.75". It can be found under the "Notes" section of the course. It deals with the topics of "parametrizations and uniform continuity". It should be considered as an extra big list problem set.

Happy studying!Dear Students,

Yes, more exciting news for the second term! We have developed some supplementary notes on various topics. Take a look at the links in the "Notes" section of the course, under "Supplementary Notes".

Just like Tyler's Notes, these supplementary notes form part of the course, and therefore are required reading.

These are short, high-quality, expositions of some beautiful mathematics! I hope you enjoy reading them!

Dear Students,

Students have spoken about wanting more practice problems. We are introducing a "Mini List of Problems".

They can be found under the "Notes" section of the course.

For each "Big List", there will be a corresponding "Mini List". I envision that these problems will be very useful, particularly (but not exclusively) for practice for the final exam.

I expect these problems to contribute to an enriching learning experience!

Problem Set 11 has been posted.

Dear Students,

Welcome back everyone and happy new year! The course resumes on Thursday, Jan 5th. This includes any lectures, tutorials, and math aid centre hours.

Please note that there have been the following room changes:

Wishing everyone a successful and rewarding winter term!

Dear Students,

All tutorials, classes, and Math Aid Centre (MAC) hours continue up and until Tuesday, Dec 6th.

Update: There will be no lectures (&no tutorials & no MAC) on Wednesday Dec 7th.

Have a good holiday!

Problem set 10 has been posted.

Dear Students,

You have been sent an email from crowdmark with links to see your MAT237Y test 2 (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark).

I uploaded a solution of the test to the course website: Test 2 Solutions

If you think there is a marking error, please ** read the solutions carefully**. If after careful review of the solutions, you are still convinced there is a marking error, please ** send an e-mail to ** the following e-mail address: ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** , by **Friday December 2nd at 11:59 pm ** (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** . (Please don't send them to other e-mail addresses, that is to your professor's or the coordinator's)

** Important **. Please be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, ** your grade may be lowered **. This does happen.

Problem Sets 8 & 9 have now been posted.

Please note that you are not required to know spherical coordinates for this test. Therefore I am excluding Q#4 on Problem Set #7. It is not part of the required study material.

Please see the EXTRA MAC hours that are available this week, the week of our Test 2.

The schedule has been uploaded as a pdf file to the "Notes" section of the website.

Test 2 takes place this Friday Nov 18th, 6:10-8 pm.

The room assignments are:

The early sitting takes place from 4.10-6 pm in BA 3008.

(The early sitting is only for students with a conflict who have registered with the coordinator).

Test 2 will cover all the material in the course notes from sections 1.5-1.7 (NOT 1.8) & 2.1-2.3 The problem sets relevant to studying for the test are 4-7.

Dear Students,

On Monday, Nov. 7th & Tuesday, Nov 8th, there is a scheduled "Fall Break" in the academic calendar. There will be no lectures, tutorials, or MAC hours taking place on these 2 days.

Have a good break,

E. MazzeoDear Students,

You should have received an email from crowdmark with links to see your test (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark).

I uploaded a solution of the first test to the course website: Test 1 Solutions

If you find marking errors, please ** read the solutions **. If you still think that there is a marking error, ** send an e-mail to ** the following e-mail address: ** crowdb@math.utoronto.ca** , by **Friday October 21st at 11:59 pm ** (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

** Important **. Be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, ** your grade may be lowered **. This does happen, as the graders were instructed to be generous on the first read.

The 237 to 235 Drop Down date is on October 31, 2016.

This is the last date possible for transferring to 235. More information about the procedure is available at the following link: Change Dates

Dear Students, We hope to have Test 1 marked & the scores uploaded to portal by Saturday morning (15 Oct).

The Test 1 Solutions are now available under the "Notes" section of the course website.

The early sitting of Test 1 ONLY for students who have received *permission* from the course coordinator will take place from 3.10-5 pm in SS 1071. Students taking the early sitting must remain until the end of the test.

Please see the EXTRA MAC hours that are available this week, the week of our Test 1.

The schedule has been uploaded as a pdf file to the "Notes" section of the website.

The Early Sitting for all Mat 237 Tests is ONLY for students who have a course conflict with the regular sitting or other justifiable reason supported by documentation for not being able to attend the regular sitting. Only students who receive approval from the course coordinator are allowed to attend the early sitting. The deadline for requesting to write the early sitting for Test 1 is: Sunday, October 2nd, 2016. The room for the early sitting (& the regular sittings of Test 1) will be announced at the latest by Wednesday.

Test 1 will cover all the material in the course notes from sections 1.1-1.4 The problem sets relevant to studying for the test are 1, 2, and 3.