# Science:Math Exam Resources

 Welcome to the Math Exam / Education Resources wiki a place to learn about mathematics created by the UBC mathematical community Past exams with fully worked-out and reviewed solutions, video lectures & pencasts by topic, and much more!

## Usage

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## Why this resource?

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## Resources by Course

MATH317

MATH 180

Math 220
Mathematical Proof
Math 253
Multivariable Calculus
Math 221
Matrix Algebra
Math 200
Multivariable Calculus
Math 103
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Life Sciences

Math 257
Partial Differential Equations
Math 312
Introduction to Number Theory
Math 437/537
Elementary Number Theory
Math 307
Applied Linear Algebra
Math 102
Differential Calculus with Applications
to Life Sciences

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

Math 152
Linear Systems
Math 110
Differential Calculus
Math 105
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Commerce and Social Sciences

Math 101
Integral Calculus with Applications
to Physical Sciences and Engineering

Math 215
Elementary Differential Equations I
Math 104/184
Differential Calculus with Applications
to Commerce and Social Sciences

This is the workspace for contributors to the Math Exam Resources wiki at UBC, run by grad students of the UBC math department. To get involved, contact one of the committee members listed below and see our new Contributors Guide for instructions and resources.

To all new contributors: please use MATH 104 December 2015 as a model and reference for style.

## Current exams in progress

Below are all exams with work in progress

MATH100

December 2018 - 100%

December 2019 - 65%

MATH102

December 2010 - 20%

December 2014 - 92%

December 2017 - 90%

December 2019 - 51%

MATH103

April 2006 - 21%

April 2005 - 47%

MATH104

December 2014 - 98%

MATH105

April 2009 - 33%

MATH110

April 2019 - 78%

MATH200

December 2013 - 26%

December 2012 - 39%

MATH215

April 2012 - -

April 2013 - 5%

December 2007 - 1%

April 2014 - 24%

MATH220

April 2008 - -

April 2009 - -

December 2005 - -

MATH221

April 2009 - 54%

December 2008 - 70%

December 2009 - 42%

April 2010 - 45%

December 2007 - 34%

April 2008 - 6%

MATH307

December 2012 - 71%

April 2012 - 45%

April 2013 - 56%

April 2009 - 27%

April 2006 - 43%

December 2005 - 39%

April 2005 - 17%

December 2013 - 0%

April 2010 - 22%

December 2006 - 26%

MATH312

December 2010 - 96%

December 2008 - 81%

December 2005 - 70%

December 2013 - 27%

MATH437

December 2006 - 70%

December 2011 - 70%

## Tags

To visit and create tags, please click on Science:MER/Tags

Flag # You can...
RQ flags 216 review an exam question statement.
RH flags 169 review hints.
RS flags 361 review solutions.
QBQ flags 0 improve the statement of an exam question reviewed as bad.
QBH flags 9 improve the hint(s) of an exam question reviewed as bad.
QBS flags 14 improve the solution(s) of an exam question reviewed as bad.

So far we have collected a total of 3051 good quality solutions, and counting :). We also have 90 complete exams.

To see completion rates for specific courses, go to the corresponding course MER page.

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# Resources

• To contribute, check Contributor's Guide for how our content is organized and how to get started.
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# Course Creation

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Create a new Course page
• Simply add the title of the Course at the end of the pre-loaded address in the text-box below (e.g. you add MATH123 to obtain for example Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH123 in the text box.)

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• This form loads all the structure of the page; follow the instructions that you will get on the next page to input the relevant content and finalize the creation of the page.

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## 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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Create a new Tag
• Simply add the title of the Tag at the end of the pre-loaded address in the text-box below (e.g. you add Set theory to obtain for example Category:MER Tag Set theory in the text box.)

• Naming Conventions
• Rule 1: All proper nouns get capitalized regardless of where they appear.
• Rule 2: Tags should always start with a capital letter (uppercase) and the rest of their name should be in lowercase (except for rule 1). Spaces are allowed and recommend when necessary, e.g. Set theory.
• Rule 3: Respect the spacing of tags; tags need to look like MER Tag Funky topic not MER TagFunkyTopic or MER TagFunky topic etc.

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• This form loads all the structure of the page; Add content now or later, and click Save page to finalize the creation of this new tag.

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