MAT1475 Calculus I Workshop, Summer 2023

Lee | 4U45 | Winter 2023


Welcome MAT 1475 students!  We’ll be using this OpenLab site through the duration of the workshop – please take a look around and see what is available.

Greetings and Salutations

Hello folks,

I hope you are warm and healthy through the winter. Thank you for signing up for the free MAT1475 Calculus Prep course to be held from August 18-23, 2023 from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

The class will be held at this Zoom location.

The hub for all Workshop information will be at
Please join using your OpenLab account. (If you don’t have one, SIGN UP)

Your participation for the four days are required. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me.

We look forward to greeting you next Monday.

Also, please have a graphing calculator (preferably a Texas Instruments TI-series calculator) over the four days the workshop is being held. If you do not have one, you may access Desmos online graphing calculator for this session. I hope you all find this to be a fruitful endeavor and that this benefits you in your next Calculus I course.

Victor Lee

First Assignment – Introduce Yourself

Assignment. Write a comment in reply to this post (scroll to the bottom to find the “Leave a Reply” box).  Your comment should be at least 2 paragraphs in length.  In the first paragraph, introduce yourself in whatever way you wish (what do you want your classmates to know about you?).  In the second paragraph, choose ONE of the following two topics and write a response. Don’t forget to tell us which topic you chose.

Topics (choose ONE).

  1. Was math ever your favorite subject? If so, when was it? What about math made it your favorite? If math has never been your favorite subject, what about it do you not like?
  2. Sometimes people can recognize a time when their opinion of math dramatically changed either for the better or the worse. Tell us about it.

Extra Credit. For extra credit, write a response to one of your classmates’ comments. Do you feel the same? Did you learn anything? Do you have any advice? Be kind.