
Science One Mathematics is a twoterm course in Differential and Integral Calculus, with an introduction to
Differential Equations. The main topics covered in term 1 are Limits and Derivatives of elementary functions with
applications (rates of change, optimization, graphing, approximations) and Differential Equations (ODEs).
The main topics covered in term 2 are the Definite Integral and techniques of integration, modelling with
firstorder linear and separable ODEs, Infinite Series.
For a detailed schedule and list of topics, go to the Content page above.



There are four main components to the course:
 Lectures: Attending classes is an essential part of learning Mathematics.
The majority of class time is devoted to lectures, but there are also plenty of opportunities
for class discussions, problem solving, clicker questions and worksheet exercises.
It is highly recommended students
read the relevant section in the textbook before coming to class.
 Assignments: There are weekly online assignments on
WeBWorK,
and roughly biweekly written assignments to be handed in.
Homework assignments account for 20% of your final grade.
The assignment with the lowest score will be dropped in each term.
 Tutorials: There are 56 tutorials per term,
where students can practise techniques
discussed in class, learn about new math ideas, and review for the exams.
 Exams: In term 1 there will be a short (2030 minutes long) quiz and one (6080 minute long) midterm exam,
in term 2 there will be a single (80 minute long) midterm test. At the end of each term there will be a 150minute long final exam.
The quiz is worth 5%, the (term 1 and 2) midterm tests are worth each 10% and 15%, respectively, the final exams are worth each 25%
of your final grade.
Final exams are cumulative, but the term 2 exams will focus
primarily on term 2 material.



The recommended textbook is a free, online set of notes written by a group of Mathematics professors at UBC.
The textbook can be downloaded from the
Resources page.
For a detailed list of topics covered in the course, go to the Content page.






Course Policies
 Grade summary: A student's Math final grade is based on homework
assignments
(20%), quiz (5%), midterm tests (25% total), the final exams (25% each).
 No calculators or electronic communication devices
are allowed at during exams and quizzes. Formula sheets are also not allowed.

