# Math 21B: Integral Calculus

Fall Quarter, 2017

If you have a question about
registering for the class or your place on the wait list,
please contact studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu.
## Instructor Ben Morris

e-mail: morris at math dot ucdavis dot edu

Office: 2105 MSB

Office hours (starting Sep 29): W 2:10 p.m.-3:10 p.m, F 12:00
p.m.-1:00 p.m and by appointment

Lectures: MWF 1:10 p.m., Scrub Oak 160

## TA Office Hours

Head TA: Alaina Gibbons (akgibbons at ucdavis dot edu). Alaina will
hold an administrative office hour Mondays 2-3 in 2204 MSB.

The Calculus room (1118 MSB) is open Monday-Thursday from 1-7 and
Friday from 1-6 and is continuously staffed by TAs. You can ask
questions of any TA.

## Exams

There will be two in-class 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 e-mail *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 unforseen reasons beyond your control, please contact me
as soon as possible.
No calculators are allowed in any of the
exams.

## Midterm 1

Midterm 1: Wednesday,
October 25, in class.
## Midterm 2

Midterm 2: Monday, November 20, in class.
## Final Exam

Final Exam: Friday, December 15,
10:30am-12:30pm.

## Homework

Homework** **will be assigned but will not be collected or
graded.

## Course Grade

The course grade will be based on (weights in
parentheses):

- Midterm 1 (28%)

- Midterm 2 (28%)

- Final Exam (44%)

## Text for Math 21B

*Thomas'
Calculus Early Transcendentals*, M. D. Weir, J. Hass, and F.
R. Giordano, Twelfth ed., Pearson. Earlier editions of the
textbook should also be suitable.

The central topic of the course is
integration. We will cover roughly Chapters 5-8 of the text

- Ch. 5: Integration
- Ch. 6: Definite integrals and applications
- Ch. 7: Logs and Exponentials
- Ch. 8: Integration methods

A detailed syllabus is here.

## Computer Accounts

The class will not have assignments that
involve computation. However, if you want to use numerical
packages such as MATLAB to increase your understanding of
calculus, you can sign up
with the mathematics
department for a class account.