dr bob test/quiz archive [practice tests, not!]

These Adobe Acrobat .pdf files may be viewed onscreen or printed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Maple worksheets usually illustrate problems beyond the level required to minimally check your work on quizzes or tests. Maple is allowed to check all work on every quiz and test, but you should not attempt particular calculations in Maple for the first time on such occasions! Be prepared.

Don't mistakenly refer to these as "practice tests" when talking with bob since he will probably launch into a lecture that is a waste of your time. (No, he has given up.) They are old archived tests from previous semesters for this entire century, not practice tests, although they may be used for practice.

Accessing these quizzes/tests during an in class quiz or test is a violation of the academic integrity code and can result in an F for the course. It is also mandatory for any student aware of other students engaging in this practice to report it although bob does not want anyone to name names (Stazi behavior is not particularly appropriate in a community of learning).

The scanned PDFs require Adobe Acrobat Reader  to view.

Maple answer keys [click here for more detail] are done with Standard Maple Document Mode worksheets .mw, and require Standard Maple to view correctly. Read the test rules before taking a test.

(links do not work until files are "published" for the current semester in progress!)


MAT2705

MAT2705
18f textbook: Edwards and Penney 4th Edition
MAT2705
16f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
15s textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
14f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
13f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
12f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
11f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition   [see previous semester 11S for appropriately timed quiz examples for 12f]
MAT2705
11s textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition [look to these quizzes for examples for 12f]
MAT2705
10f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition
MAT2705
09f textbook: Edwards and Penney 3rd Edition 
MAT2705
08f textbook: Edwards and Penney 2nd Edition 
MAT2705
07f textbook: Edwards and Penney 2nd Edition
MAT2705
07S textbook: Edwards and Penney 2nd Edition
MAT2705
06S textbook: Edwards and Penney 2nd Edition
MAT2705
05S textbook: Edwards and Penney 2nd Edition
MAT2705
03S textbook: Edwards and Penney 1st Edition
MAT2705
00S textbook: Goode

MAT2500

MAT2500
19s textbook: Stewart Calculus 8e with WebAssign
 
MAT2500
18s textbook: Stewart Calculus 8e with WebAssign
 
MAT2500
17s textbook: Stewart Calculus 8e with WebAssign
MAT2500
16s textbook: Stewart Calculus 8e with WebAssign
 
MAT2500
14s textbook: Stewart Calculus 7e [7 snow days led to 3 quiz cancellations, see 13s]
 
MAT2500
13s textbook: Stewart Calculus 7e
 
MAT2500
12S textbook: Stewart Calculus 7e
 
MAT2500
10S textbook: Stewart Calculus 6e
 
MAT2500 
09S textbook: Stewart Calculus 6e
 
MAT2500
08S textbook: Stewart Calculus 5e

MAT1500

MAT1500 [stewart: calculus 5e]
04F
MAT1500 [stewart: calculus 5e]
03F
MAT1500 [stewart: calculus 4e]
02F
MAT1500 [stewart, calculus: concepts and contexts (1st ed): parametrized curves, antiderivatives]
00F

MAT1505

MAT1505 [stewart: calculus 8e]  [in progress, scroll down for previous semester]
17F
MAT1505 [stewart: calculus 8e]
15F
MAT1505 [stewart: calculus 5e]
04S
MAT1505 [stewart: calculus 4e]
01S

answer key

The answer keys provided are like the Cliff Notes version of the documentation of each problem solution, made as concise as possible in order to minimize the number of physical pages or scanned pages needed to make them available. Your presentation should be unconstrained by this requirement, with each part of each problem clearly separated from any other part, and with as much of a horizontal top to bottom progression of the individual steps as possible. The better organized you are in your presentation, the more confident you can be about what you are doing, and the more convincing you can be to your audience (the instructor, other students, eventually your coworkers, employers or clients). [See test rules.]

Each physical page is scanned into Adobe Acrobat .pdf files choosing a black and white resolution leading to about 25K per page to save disk space, rather than having better quality at a high space cost.


18-jan-2017