# MATH 181: Resources Selected by Instructors

## Topic 1: Calculating LimitsINCLUDING: Finite Limits, Infinite Limits, Limits at Infinity, & Limits and Asymptotes

• Quiz - Limit Theorems
Quiz created by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Mathematics Department.
• Drill - Horizontal Asymptotes
Ten practice problems.
• Drill - Vertical Asymptotes
Ten more practice problems from the same site as above.

## Topic 3: DifferentiationINCLUDING: Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Logarithmic Differentiation, & Parametric Curves

• Drill - Chain Rule
• Quiz on Differentiating Functions
60 practice problems.
• Implicit Differentiation
10 practice problems.
• Implicit Differentiation, part 2
10 more practice problems, this time for finding dy/dx.
• Drill - Tangent Lines and Parametric Curves
10 practice problems.
• Logarithmic Differentiation
10 practice problems.
• Differentiation using the chain rulenew window
Scroll down for the more challenging examples.

## Algebra & Trigonometry Review, and Math Study Skills

Using Semilog & Log-Log Plots to determine if a linear, power or exponential function is the most appropriate model & Optimization Problems

## Other Math Department Resources

• MC Mathematics Department
Find links to many resources, including our eighteen different math and statistics courses offered at our three campuses and our math degrees.
• Algebra Makernew window
Practice problems with answers, good for classes like Math 045/050 and Math 165.
• STEM Transfer Resourcesnew window
This website provides interactive tools, engaging resources, and important services to help prospective and current STEM transfer students plan for a successful transition between two-year and four-year institutions.
• WolframAlphanew window
Wolfram|Alpha introduces a fundamentally new way to get knowledge and answers— not by searching the web, but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods.
• MATLAB Centralnew window
A place where you can get answers, challenge yourself and others, and share your knowledge. Tap into the knowledge and experience of over 100,000 community members and MathWorks employees.
• Significant Figures from the STEM Transfer Student Success Initiativenew window
Tests and a video on learning significant figures.