Office Hours: 1:30-3 PM on Mondays and 3:45-5 on Tuesdays, and by appointment.
Head TA: Daniel Rhea, email@example.com, (510) 301-4084. Office hours for first two weeks: 12:20-2:20 Monday, 4-6pm Tuesday, 12:20-2:20 Wednesday, 11:45-1:45 Thursday, 2:20-4:20 Friday, IN MOFFITT UNDERGRADUATE LIBRARY DOWNSTAIRS WITH THE WHITE TABLES.
Class meetings: The main lectures are TuTh 2-3:30 PM in 2050 VALLEY LSB. There are in addition 12 discussion sections meeting MWF:
|Section||Time (MWF)||Location||Teaching Assistant|
|201||8-9||05 EVANS||Y.S. Chen|
|202||8-9||03 EVANS||D. Pomereano|
|204||9-10||04 EVANS||Y.S. Chen|
|205||9-10||06 EVANS||D. Pomereano|
|206||10-11||B0051 HILDEBRAND||W. Zheng|
|207||11-12||07 Evans||W. Zheng|
|208||12-1||81 Evans||C. Vinzant|
|209||12-1||05 EVANS||L. Scow|
|210||1-2||105 LATIMER||O. Zeid|
|211||1-2||51 EVANS||C. Vizant|
|212||2-3||385 LECONTE||L. Scow|
|213||2-3||87 EVANS||0. Zeid|
Text: J. Stewart, Calculus (Early Transcendentals), 5th edition.
|Material||Number of Lectures|
|Introduction, Techniques of Integration||8|
|Sequences and Series||5|
|Power Series and Approximation of Functions||4|
|First Order Differential Equations||3|
|Second Order Linear Differential Equations||6|
|Midterm # 1||October 11 (in class)||Lectures 1-12|
|Midterm # 2||November 8 (in class)||Lectures 13-20|
|Final Exam||December 14, 12:30-3:30 PM||All Lectures with 21-28 emphasized|
Here is the first Practice Midterm 1
Here is the second Practice Midterm 1
Here is the grading scheme for Midterm 1
Here is the first Practice Midterm 2. And here are the solutions. Try to solve the problems before looking at the solutions. This practice midterm is longer and (probably) harder than the midterm. Corrections to some solutions: In problem 2 a) radius of convergence is 1/2; In problem 3 the remainder is incorrectly labeled at the end. In problem 6 the slopes for y > 1 are positive (contrary to what is drawn). Consequently the solution y = 1 is unstable.
Here is the second Practice Midterm 2. And here are the solutions. Again, try to solve the problems before looking at the solutions. This practice midterm is closer in length (a bit shorter, perhaps) than the midterm.
Here is the grading scheme for Midterm 2
Here is the First Practice Final Exam. And here are the solutions. Try to solve the problems before looking at the solutions. Corrections to some solutions: In problem 1 b) an overall factor of 1/2 is missing; in problem 2 b) y should be in numerator on the right hand side.
Here is the Second Practice Final Exam. And here are the solutions.
Here is the grading scheme for the Final Exam
Special accomodations: Students with disabilities documented through the disabled student's program that require special accomodations for exams should see me as soon as possible.
|Work||Percentage of final grade|
|Homework and Quizzes||20 %|
|Midterm #1||20 %|
|Midterm #2||20 %|
|Final Exam 20||40 %|
Grades will be computed in the following way. You will be given a letter grade (+ or - if appropriate) for each item of work above and we will later combine these grades as indicated in the table to obtain the final grade for the course. The TAs will lastly identify borderline cases, for which we will carefully look at the numerical grades on the various tests to determine the grade.
If you do not take Midterm #1, Midterm # 2 will count for 40 % of your grade. If you take Midterm #1 but not Midterm #2, the Final Exam will count for 60 % of your grade. If you take neither Midterm #1 nor Midterm #2, you will fail the course. Consequently, please mark them in your calendars.
Homework and Quizzes: There will be a weekly quiz given each Wednesday in sections. There will be no make-up quizzes, but we will drop the two lowest quiz scores in computing your grade. Homework from main lecture on Tuesday is due on Friday in sections; homework from the main lectures on Thursday is due on Monday in sections. The homework will be graded ``pass/fail''. Collaboration on homework is fine, but if you hand in similar homework to your collaborator you should clearly state so and say who you are working with, in order to avoid unfortunate misunderstandings.
|1||Aug 29||Introduction, Integration: basic techniques||5.3:2,5,10, 5.4:4,29,32,40,56|
|2||Aug 30||Methods of Integration I||7.2:2,6,23,27,46,48,55|
|3||Sept 4||Methods of Integration II||7.3:6,14,29,30,31,32,38|
|4||Sept 6||Partial Fractions||7.4:1,4,9,12,19,20,25,32,43,49i|
|5||Sept 11||Strategies for Integration, Using Tables||7.6:1,3,12,24,|
|6||Sep 13||Approximate Integration||7.7:5,8,15,18|
|7||Sep 18||Improper Integrals||7.8:3,11,13,21,55,59,61|
|8||Sep 20||Arc length, Area of Surfaces of revolution||8.1:1,9,13,30,31,34, 8.2:1,3,7,9,25,27|
|9||Sep 25||Sequences and Limits||11.1:4,6,11,13,18,22,26,49|
|10||Sep 27||Infinite Series||11.2:2,12,13,15,18,30,27,32,34,41,46,49,50|
|11||Oct 2||Integral Test, Comparison Test||11.3:1,3,5,8,9,13,15,16,33, 11.4:2,10,11,20,28,32,39,45|
|12||Oct 4||Alternating Series, Ratio and Root Tests||11.5:2,4,6,14,16,23,25,27 11.6:4,7,8,16,23,25,27|
|13||Oct 9||Strategies for studying series||11.7:2,5,8,13,14,17,19,28,38|
|14||Oct 11||Midterm #1||covers Lectures 1-12|
|15||Oct 16||Power Series||11.8:3,5,8,9,13,14,15,20, 11.8:29,31,33a,34a|
|16||Oct 18||Taylor Series||11.9:1,3,5,9,13,34,35,39|
|17||Oct 23||Taylor Series II, Binomial Series||11.10:3,9,14,21,27,37,53,58, 11.11:1,2,7,13,17,19|
|18||Oct 25||Approximation by Polynomials||11.12:25,26,31|
|19||Oct 30||Introduction to Differential Equations, Direction Fields||9.1:1,2,3,10,11, 9.2:1,3,4,5,6,10|
|20||Nov 1||Separable Equations, Exponential and Logistic Growth||9.3:1,3,6,9,11,13,31, 9.4:1,3,7,9, 9.5:3,7|
|21||Nov 6||Linear Equations||9.6:5,8,15,17,29 This homework is due on Wednesday the 14th|
|22||Nov 8||Midterm #2||covers Lectures 13-20|
|23||Nov 13||Second Order ODEs||17.1:1,2,6,9,17,19,21,24,25,30,33 This homework is due on Monday the 19th|
|24||Nov 15||Non-homogeneous Equations||17.2:1,2,3,7,10|
|25||Nov 20||Non-homogeneous Equations II||17.2:13,14,15,17,21,22|
|26||Nov 27||Oscillation and Damping||17.3:1,2,39,10,11,13|
|27||Nov 29||Series Solutions||17.4:1,2,3,4,5|
|28||Dec 4||Series Solutions II||17.4:8,9,10,11,12a|