Course Coordinator: Kelly Chappell

Section 1: 11:00 - Mertens Room: Clark A101

Section 2: 12:10 - Rohrbacker Room: Engineering 100

Section 3: 8:00 - Karasa Room: Clark A101

Help Sessions:

Each of the three instructors will hold office hours in a classroom. M141 students may attend the office hours of any of the instructors.

- Karasa: Mondays 5-7 pm in Weber 14

- Mertens: Tuesdays 2-4 pm in Weber 14

- Rohrbacker: Mondays 9-10 am and Wednesdays 2-3 pm in Weber 14

About this course

Text: Bittinger, Calculus, 8th ed. -- A copy of the text is on Reserve in the library.

Graphing Calculator is recommended -- TI-86, TI-83 (or the older TI-82) is a good choice.

Syllabus of lectures

Exam dates Picture ID must be shown at all Exams.

Exam 1 - 15 February, Wednesday

Exam
2 - 8 March, Wednesday

Exam
3 - 12 April, Wednesday

Exam
4 (Final Exam) - 7:00 - 9:00 am Tuesday May 9 (see below
for rooms)

Section 1 (Mertens) will take the exam in Clark A101.

Section 2
(Rohrbacker) will take the exam in PLSC 101 (Plant Sciences 101).

Section 3
(Karasa) will take the exam in either Clark A101 or PLSC 101 (Plant
Sciences 101)
depending on last name.

Homework

Doing regular homework is essential in this course.

For homework instructions, click
here.

For selected homework problems, click here.

Grading

The course grade is based entirely
on four one-hour Exams. Exam
4 is given at final exam time.

For each student, the lowest-score Exam counts one-half as much as each
of the
other three Exams.

Thus the lowest exam score counts 1/7 of the grade, and the other
three exam scores count 2/7 each.

Suppose your four exam scores have
values A,B,C,D.

If D denotes your lowest exam score then your
average will be determined by the formula:

Average = (2A + 2B + 2C + D)/7.

The Exams are graded by hand; work must be shown to get full credit; there are no multiple-choice questions.

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Exam Information

What to study for
Exam 1:

List
of
Problems and Concepts for the First Exam