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Math Exam / Education Resources wiki
a place to learn about mathematics
created by the UBC mathematical community

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Featuring 1175 fully solved questions for 46 complete UBC math exams sorted by 137 categories.

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Resources by Course

Math 100/180
Differential Calculus with Applications
to Physical Sciences and Engineering

3 complete exams
80 solved questions
Math 101
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Physical Sciences and Engineering

9 complete exams
214 solved questions
Math 102
Differential Calculus with Applications
to Life Sciences

2 complete exams
51 solved questions
Math 103
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Life Sciences

5 complete exams
2 exams in progress
132 solved questions
Math 104/184
Differential Calculus with Applications
to Commerce and Social Sciences

3 complete exams
81 solved questions
Math 105
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Commerce and Social Sciences

4 complete exams
1 exam in progress
98 solved questions
Math 110
Differential Calculus
6 complete exams
133 solved questions
Math 152
Linear Systems
4 complete exams
181 solved questions
Math 200
Multivariable Calculus
0 complete exams
2 exams in progress
17 solved questions
Math 215
Elementary Differential Equations I
2 complete exams
41 solved questions
Math 220
Mathematical Proof
3 complete exams
55 solved questions
Math 221
Matrix Algebra
2 complete exams
34 solved questions
Math 253
Multivariable Calculus
0 complete exams
0 solved questions
Math 257
Partial Differential Equations
1 complete exam
9 solved questions
Math 307
Applied Linear Algebra
0 complete exams
1 exam in progress
7 solved questions
Math 312
Introduction to Number Theory
2 complete exams
3 exams in progress
42 solved questions
Math 437/537
Elementary Number Theory
0 complete exams
2 exams in progress
0 solved questions

Resources by Topic

  • Caution is needed when working through problems on the same topic from a different course. While problems are often applicable cross-courses, sometimes questions from a particular course require a technique that was not covered in another course, even though both courses covered the same general topic.


 
 


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