Review of functions, limits, continuity. Differentiation: extremum problems, curve-sketching, differentials, related rates. Definite and indefinite integrals: Riemann sums, initial-value problems, fundamental theorem, techniques of integration. Applications of differentiation and integration to physical problems. Use of symbolic manipulation and graphics software in Calculus.

Class meets TuTh, 12:00 -- 1:20 in David Rittenhouse Lab A1. The other section of math 141, taught by Elaine Terry, meets MWF 1-2 in DRL A1.

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There are eight recitation sections and two TAs: Nadia Masri and Ian Blumenfeld. The
recitation sections are Monday 9-10 and 10-11 and Wednesday 9-10 and
10-11.

My office hours are W 1-2 and Thursday 11-12 in DRL 4E5a.
Ian's office hours are Tu 4-5 and W 1-2 in DRL 4E14.
Nadia's office hours are M 3-4, W 11-12 in DRL 3E2.

Homework due on Thursday 1/25

Homework due on Thursday 2/1

Homework due on Thursday 2/8

We have our first midterm exam on Monday February 12.
The exam will
be held (5:30 - 7:00) in our usual classroom: DRL A1.
Ian will lead
a review session on Sunday (Feb 11) from 5:00 to 7:00 in DRL A8.
You need to bring your ID card with you so you can swipe it to get
access to that part of the building.
Also, you'll have the regular Sunday Review from
7:00-9:00 pm in DRL A8. The exam will cover everything up to and
including section 8.3. By this I mean: all the sections listed in the
math 140 syllabus.
and all the sections up to and including 8.3
in the
math 141 syllabus.
I know that a number of you had professors who didn't do cosh and
sinh and the like because they didn't have time. Unfortunately, you
are still held responsible for this material.

You may not bring calculators or palm pilots or other electronic
devices to the exam. You can bring a one-page (8.5 by 11 inches)
"help sheet" to the exam. It can have material on both sides.
It doesn't have to be hand-written. The exam will be mostly
multiple-choice and true-false problems (no partial credit possible)
with an additional one or two problems (partial credit possible).

Homework due on by 3 pm Friday 2/16

Homework due Thursday 2/22

Homework due by 3 pm Friday 3/2

Homework due Thursday 3/8

Homework due Thursday 3/22

We have our second midterm exam on Monday March 26. The exam will
be held (5:30 - 7:00) in our usual classroom: DRL A1.
Nadia Masri will lead a review session Sunday 5:00-7:00 in DRL A2.
Also, you'll have the regular Sunday Review from
7:00-9:00 pm in DRL A8.

The exam will cover all of Chapters 8 and 10.
(See the
math 141 syllabus.)
Practice exams:
Dr. Morse's exam
and
Dr. Bleher's exam.

You may not bring calculators or palm pilots or other electronic
devices to the exam. You can bring a one-page (8.5 by 11 inches)
"help sheet" to the exam. It can have material on both sides.
It doesn't have to be hand-written. The exam will be mostly
multiple-choice problems (no partial credit possible)
with an additional one or two problems (partial credit possible).

Homework due Thursday 4/5

Homework due Thursday 4/12

Homework due Thursday 4/19

Homework due Sunday 4/29

11:00-12:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 5/1-4

1:00-2:00 on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 5/5-7

The final exam will be twenty multiple choice questions. Ten will come from before the second midterm, and ten from after. By "before" we mean everything up to and including 10.7 in the syllabus and "after" is everything after and including 12.1 in the syllabus. You are responsible for all the material in 16.1-16.4. This includes the material in 6.11. You are not responsible for the material in 6.12. There will be two to three questions on ODEs on the exam, so take this material seriously!

Practice exams: Are in the lab manual and also see Fall 2000's exam.

You may not bring calculators or palm pilots or other electronic devices to the exam. You can bring a one-page (8.5 by 11 inches) "help sheet" to the exam. It can have material on both sides. It doesn't have to be hand-written.