# MAT25 Advanced calculus - Spring 2011

## Homework assignments

All assignments are due at the beginning of your discussion section on the specified day. Late homework will not be accepted. If you are unable to come to the section, it is your responsibility to contact your TA to make an alternative arrangement for handing in the homework BEFORE the deadline.

## News and announcements

• (6/8/11) Have a great summer!

• (6/8/11) Final grades have been uploaded to the system and should be visible soon on SmartSite/SIS. Here is an explanation of how the grades were computed: a total score (in the range 0-100) was computed as a weighted average of the midterms, final, and homework assignments, as described in the syllabus (this total score can be seen on the course SmartSite grades, under "Weighted average"). The lowest homework score was dropped when computing the homework component of the grade. The letter grades were then computed from the total score according to the following cutoff ranges:  A 81-100 A- 80-80.999 B+ 77-79.999 B 68-76.999 B- 65-67.999 C+ 63-64.999 C 58-62.999 C- 56-57.999 D+ 53-55.999 D 49-52.999 D- 48-48.999 F 0-47.999

The mean total score was 63.8, and the highest total score was 89.24. The following table shows the distribution of the letter grades:
 A range (A, A-) 17 students (18.7%) B range (B+, B, B-) 26 students (28.6%) C range (C+, C, C-) 27 students (29.7%) D range (D+, D, D-) 10 students (11.0%) F 11 students (12.1%)

• (5/31/11) Click here for a set of practice problems for the final exam. Solutions will be posted later this week.
• (5/10/11) The grades for the midterm exam have been posted on SmartSite. The average grade was 63, the median grade was 65, and the standard deviation of the grades was 19. Here is a chart showing the distribution of the grades:

• (4/25/11) Here is some useful information about next week's midterm exam:
• Exam time and place: Monday, May 2 at 9 a.m., Wellman 216. Come on time!
• Exam duration: 45 minutes.
• Exam type: closed-book exam; no written material or electronic devices may be used. Definitions of important concepts such as convergence of a sequence to a limit, boundedness etc. will be given in the exam as needed.
• Material to be covered: all material covered in lectures, the homework and discussion section up to and including the lecture of Wednesday, April 27.
• What to bring: student ID and writing utensils (no need to bring an exam blue book).
• Recommendations for studying: Read the relevant sections in the textbook and in your class notes, with a focus on attaining a high level of understanding (as opposed to memorizing). Review the homework and its solutions. Solve the practice problems in homework assignment #5.
• The Student Disability Center asks that students interested in serving as paid notetakers for this course please contact Russ Zochowski at rjzochowski@ucdavis.edu. Notetakers are paid a stipend of \$25 per unit. Students are asked to put notetaker, the course title and number, and instructorâ€™s name in the subject lines of their emails

## General Information

 Instructor details: Dan Romik Mathematical Sciences Building 2218 tel: 530-554-1498 email: For more information go to my home page Lectures: MWF 9:00-9:50 at Wellman 216 Sections: • Section A01 (Andrew Farris): T 4:10-5:00 at Olson 147 • Section A02 (Tim Wertz): T 5:10-6:00 at Wellman 115 Office hours: F 10:30-12:30 (at my office, MSB 2218) TAs: Andrew Farris (MSB 1111 -- office hours: M 2-4 at MSB 2117) Tim Wertz (MSB 2232 -- office hours: T 1-2, F 2-3)

## Course description

The course syllabus contains a detailed description of the course as well as information on the textbook, course policies, exams and grading.