Spring 2014 MATH 1A 001 LEC

001 LECMWF 10-11A 105 STANLEYHAIMAN, M53403
Units/CreditFinal Exam GroupEnrollment
47: TUESDAY, MAY 13, 2014 3-6PLimit:323 Enrolled:314 Waitlist:4 Avail Seats:9 [on 05/28/14]
101 DISTuTh 8-930A 39 EVANSCHEN, Y53406
102 DISTuTh 8-930A 61 EVANSBALLUS ARMET, I53409
103 DISTuTh 930-11A 61 EVANSGILLESPIE, M M53412
104 DISTuTh 930-11A 35 EVANSSCOTT, J N53415
105 DISTuTh 11-1230P 6 EVANSSCOTT, J N53418
106 DISTuTh 1230-2P 61 EVANSBALLUS ARMET, I53421
107 DISTuTh 2-330P 39 EVANSCHEN, Y53424
108 DISTuTh 330-5P 35 EVANSLAMARCHE, D P53427
109 DISTuTh 330-5P 61 EVANSHIGHFIELD, C L53430
110 DISTuTh 5-630P 103 WHEELERHIGHFIELD, C L53433
111 DISTuTh 1-330P 230C STEPHENSCHAVEZ, A M53435
112 DISTuTh 5-630P 70 EVANSLAMARCHE, D P55188
Additional Information: 

Prerequisites: Three and one-half years of high school math, including trigonometry and analytic geometry, plus a satisfactory grade in one of the following: CEEB MAT test, an AP test, the UC/CSU math diagnostic test, or 32. Consult the mathematics department for details. Students with AP credit should consider choosing a course more advanced than 1A.

Syllabus: This sequence is intended for majors in engineering and the physical sciences. An introduction to differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable, with applications and an introduction to transcendental functions.

Office: 855 Evans

Office Hours: WF 11:30-12:30

Required Text:  Stewart, Single Variable Calculus, Early Transcendentals for UC Berkeley, 7th Ed

Course Webpage: http://math.berkeley.edu/~mhaiman/math1A-spring14