However,
please direct ALL
administrative emails to the Lead TA
jpferreira@ucdavis.edu
If you email me or the TAs, you MUST put M21B in the Subject.
If you do not, I will delete
it as spam, unread.
CRN 
Section/Place 
email 
office 
OH 

Ferreira, Jeffrey
(Lead TA) 
jferreira@math.ucdavis.edu  MSB 3129 
W 56  
Vershynina, Anna

30034  A01 56
OLSON 205 
avershynina@ucdavis.edu 
MSB 3137 
Fri 121 (See Smartsite Calendar for uptodate info for all TAs) 
Bronson, Jeff  30035 
A02 45 HOAGLD 168 
jsbronson@ucdavis.edu 
MSB 
tba

Richard, Benoit  30036 
A03 78 OLSON 205 
bjrichard@ucdavis.edu 
MSB 2232 
Thur 121 
Lang, Alexander  30037 
A04 67 OLSON 205 
ajlang@ucdavis.edu 
MSB 3110 
Mon 1112 
Herrmann, Andrew  30038 
A05 89 WELLMN 1 
ajherrmann@ucdavis.edu 
MSB ? 
Tues 23 
Final: Our final exam is
Tuesday, March 15 at
3:30pm
in 123 SCIENCELECTURE HALL
(note the room change!)
People taking two finals scheduled at that same time need to
have let me know by Feb 9.
Please give me your name and SID and the
conflicting course and instructor for that course.
(Your other exam will most likely then be at ?.)
Supplement : (optional) Student
Solutions Guide,
Answers to almost all odd numbered exercises.
Course Outline: We will
cover most of chapters 58, and some parts of 11.
Calculators: Calculators are not
necessary for this course and will not be
allowed
on tests.
Neither will cell phones nor iPods. If you want a clock/watch during
exams, bring
one,
but you will NOT be allowed your cell phone.
(Use of cell phone or calculator during exam is grounds for a 0.)
Tests: Calculators will not
be allowed on the tests (nor cell
phones). Bring your student ID cards to all exams.
As always, you are responsible for
the Academic
Code of Conduct on exams.
Quizzes: There will be regular
quizzes in section. Roughly 3 this quarter. They will usually
consist of one or two problems VERY similar to assigned homework
problems, where you must show all your work.
1st quiz: Jan 18, in section
2nd quiz: Feb 8, in section
3rd quiz: Mar 8, in section
Homework:
Homework is
assigned to give you practice with the material covered in the
lectures. Most homework will be assigned on Webwork. You are REQUIRED to use a computer to do this homework. Occassional homework may
consist of written assignments, in addition to WebWork. (For instance,
we plan a written HW on "algebra" (e.g. what is 1/a + 1/b), and on
deltaepsilon proofs.) Your
HW grade will be a combination of these two. In the world of budget constraints and public
universities, we cannot collect, hand grade, and return problems each week.
The
assigned homework problems are the minimum necessary to understand
the material in the course. Do the problems carefully.
You will have to do your work on paper, but then input the answer online.
The computer only tells you if your final answer is right or wrong.
I will assign homework more often than once per week! Working on
exercises should be something you do every few days,
not racing through the night before the due date.
I strongly recommend that you do homework every day, not just
before it is due.
NO LATE HOMEWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED!.
Homework
assignments
are available online,
and will be posted on the Homework page and/or at WeBWorK.
Homework
solutions are here when we feel you need to see all steps of a worked problem.
Webwork will work on any computer that (a) runs a browser. This means that you can work with Webwork from your home desktop or a laptop. In addition, the following campus labs have computers.
Go to http://clm.ucdavis.edu/
to see the lab schedules.
Other resources: Calculus
information of all types at
calculus.org.
Useful links.
Suggestions about study habits.
Student Academic Success Center
(formerly the Learning skills center)
They run workshops to review
areas such as trigonometry and algebra. Free tutoring. Also have lots
of other resources.
Counseling center,
219 North Hall, 7520871
Prerequisite: Passing grade in 21A or the required scores on Calculus AP (AB and BC) exams. Only 2 units of credit to students who have completed course 16B, 16C, 17B, or 17C. GE credit: SciEng.