Math 16B: Integral Calculus
Summer Session II, 2017
Instructor Ben Morris
email: morris at math dot ucdavis dot edu
Office: 2105 MSB
Office hours: WF 2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m.
Lectures: MWF 12:10 p.m.1:50 p.m., 184 Young.
Exams
There will be two inclass midterms and a final. There will be
no makeup exams, and no alternative times for exams. If you
have an official reason that prevents you from attending a midterm,
you must contact me by email before the exam takes place,
and you must receive a response giving you permission to miss the
midterm. Your course grade will then be determined by your
performance on the remaining midterm and the final. If you miss a
midterm for unforeseen reasons beyond your control, please contact
me as soon as possible.
Although not recommended, fourfunction
calculators will be permitted in the exams. No other
electronic devices are allowed in any of the exams.
Midterm 1
Midterm
1: Wednesday, August 23, in class.
Midterm 2
Midterm
2: Friday, September 8, in class.
Final Exam
Final
Exam: Friday, September 15, in class.
Homework
Homework can be found here.
Course Grade
The course grade will be based on (weights in
parentheses):
 Homework (10%)
 Midterm 1 (25%)
 Midterm 2 (25%)
 Final Exam (40%)
Text for Math 16B
Calculus: An applied approach,
Larson and Edwards, 7th or 9th edition.
There are some
differences between the 7th and 9th editions, as shown in the
table below. Note that there are
some sections in the 7th edition that were not included in the
9th edition. You can click on the links in the table
to find pdf versions of those sections.
Topic

Seventh edition

Ninth edition

Numerical integration

Section 6.5

Section 6.3

Improper integrals

Section 6.6

Section 6.4

Solids of revolution

Section 5.7


Substitution

Section
6.1 

Partial Fractions

Section
6.3 

L'Hopital's rule

Section
8.6 

The central topic of the course is
integration. We will cover roughly Chapters 46 of the text
 Ch 4: Exponential and logarithmic functions
 Ch. 5: Integration and its applications
 Ch. 6: Techniques of integration
A detailed syllabus is here.