MAT 21 B, Spring 2019
Instructor: Eugene Gorsky, egorskiy AT math.ucdavis.edu.
Office hours: MWF 3-4 at Math 2113
If you have a question and cannot come at office hours, write me an email to schedule an appointment.
John Chalennor (lead TA), jchallenor AT ucdavis.edu ;
Jeffrey Nichols (A01,A02), jsnichols AT math.ucdavis.edu ; OH Tu 2-3,Th 10-11 in MAT 1118
Lang Mou (A03, A06), lmou AT math.ucdavis.edu; OH Tu 6-7, MSB 3229
Subhadip Dey (A04), sdey AT math.ucdavis.edu; OH M 10-11 in MSB 2239
Jiawei Wang (A05), wangjw AT math.ucdavis.edu, OH M 5-6 in in MSB 1118.
Matthew Lin (A07) mslin AT math.ucdavis.edu; OH F 12-1 in MSB 1118.
Calculus Room schedule:
RM 1118, Mathematical Sciences Building
M-R 10-7pm, F 10-6pm
More details here .
Student Academic Success Center Drop-In Tutoring:
16 South Hall, MTWR 9 am-5 pm,
F 9 am - 12 pm
General course information
The textbook for the course is Thomas' Calculus (14th edition).
We will use the electronic version of the textbook bundled with MyMathLab (see below).
As stated below, the final grade is a weighed average of the homework grades, two midterms and the final exam.
To compute the homework grade:
Homework grade=(Online hw1)*10+(Online hw 2-7)+(Paper hw 1-7)
We had 7 homeworks worth 100 points each, so the maximal homework grade is 700 points.
The weighted average is computed as follows:
Weighted average=0.2(Homework grade)/700+0.2*(Midterm 1)/50+0.2*(Midterm 2)/50+0.4*(Final)/100
The final exam will be on Thursday, June 13. It will cover all material studied in the course.
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There will be a review session on Tuesday, June 11, 1-2pm in the Rock Hall. Please prepare your questions in advance.
The second midterm will be on Monday, May 20. It will cover section 6 and 7.2 of the textbook.
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The first midterm will be on Monday, April 22. It will cover section 5 of the textbook: definite and indefinite integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, substitutions.
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Final grade and exams
There will be two midterms on Monday, April 22 and Monday, May 20.
The Final exam will be on Thursday, June 13 at 10:30am--12:30pm.
The final grade is based on your grades for the homework, midterms and the final:
|| Midterm I
|| Midterm II
|| Final Exam
Academic Participation Requirements
In September 2018 the campus will require students to verify that they have begun each course for which they are registered via the Academic Participation program. This program also encourages students to acknowledge their responsibilities regarding academic integrity and the Code of Academic Conduct, reinforcing our campus culture of honesty.
MyUCDavis will notify students online and through email on the first day of instruction to complete their Academic Participation verification no later than the quarter add deadline. Failing to verify academic participation by this deadline may result in a reduction of the financial aid award.
Please see more details by this link .
The homework consists of two parts: paper homework and MyMathLab.
Paper homework should be handed in before the start of Monday lecture.
It must be legible, and written in connected sentences that explains what you are doing.
Just the answer (whether correct or not) is not enough.
ease put your name on every page and staple the pages together.
Homework should be handed in on time, late homework will not be graded.
Though it is fine to discuss the HW problems with others, you must always write up
the solutions in your own words. Copying will be penalized. Of course, in the exams
you must work on your own: no calculators, textbooks etc will be allowed.
MyMathLab homework is done online and is graded automatically.
The course ID is gorskiy97649. The instructions
for the course registration can be found here.
| Apr 1, 3, 5
|| 4.8, 5.1, 5.2
|| HW 1 , solutions
| Apr 8, 10, 12
|| 5.3, 5.4, 5.5
|| HW 2 , solutions
| Apr 15, 17, 19
|| 5.6, 6.1, review
|| HW 3 , solutions
| Apr 22, 24, 26
|| Midterm on April 22, 6.2, 6.3
|| Drop deadline on April 26
| Apr 29, May 1, 3
|| 6.4, 6.5, 6.6
|| HW 4 , solutions
| May 6, 8, 10
|| 7.1, 7.2, 8.1
|| HW 5 , solutions
| May 13, 15, 17
|| 8.2, 8.3, review
| May 20, 22, 24
|| Midterm on May 20, 8.4, 8.5
|| HW 6 , solutions
| May 29, 31
|| 8.6, 8.7, 11.1
|| No class on May 27
| June 3, 5
|| 11.2, 11.3, 11.4
|| HW 7 , solutions
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must contact the Student Disability Center (SDC). Faculty are authorized to provide only
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