C A L C U L U S II - S U M M E R I 2 0 1 7
LECTURES: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 6:00pm-8:30pm, in EPC 208.
INSTRUCTOR: Solesne Bourguin, office hours Monday, Thursday 4:30pm-5:30pm.
GRADER: Camilla Satte (firstname.lastname@example.org). Don't hesitate to contact her if you have questions.
In this class we shall continue the study of integration, in particular developing various techniques of integration as well as applications of integration. The remainder of the class will be devoted to sequences and series and an introduction to differential equations. Outline of topics to be covered: Integration, Applications of Integrals, Integration Techniques, Sequences and Infinite Series, Power Series, Differential Equations.
TEXTBOOK: Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd Edition, by Briggs, Cochran and Gillett Pearson 2015.
GRADING: problem sets (40%), midterm exam (20%) and a final exam (40%).
HOMEWORK: Every Tuesday for the next Tuesday. Late homeworks will not be accepted at all. Remember that while working together on homeworks is encouraged, homeworks should be written up separately. Handing in substantially identical homeworks is a violation of the academic conduct code. See below table for assignments and due dates.
SCHEDULE OF EXAMS: The midterm exam will be held on Monday, June 12th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm and will cover all that has been done up to Tuesday, June 6th included. The (cumulative) final exam will be held on Thursday, June 29th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in the usual classroom (EPC 208) and will cover everything that has been done in class. No documents or calculators will be allowed.
PROBLEM SETS: The following table summarizes the homework assignments (to be found in the exercises sections of the textbook) and due dates (due in class, not in my office or mailbox). Please only hand in the exercises marked with a * sign. You are strongly encouraged to also try to solve the other exercises not marked with a * sign (but don't hand them in). Please staple your homework sets to keep loose pages from getting lost. Remember that while working together on homeworks is encouraged, homeworks should be written up separately. Handing in substantially identical homeworks is a violation of the academic conduct code.
|Table of homework assignments|
|HW #1||§4.9: 27, 30*, 36, 37, 42*, 48*. §5.1: 5, 13*, 21, 34*, 41(b), 62*. §5.2: 16, 23*, 45, 50*, 78*.||Tuesday, May 30th|
|HW #2||Tuesday, June 6th|
|HW #3||Tuesday, June 13th|
|HW #4||Tuesday, June 20th|
|HW #5||Tuesday, June 27th|