UBC Math 121: Honours Integral Calculus
|Times||Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri 14:00 - 15:00|
|Room||Math Annex 1100|
|Office hours||Thurs. 2-3 or by appt. (MATH 115)|
|Textbook||R. Adams, Single Variable Calculus, 6th ed.|
This is the honours version of Math 101, covering essentially the same topics, but in greater foundational depth and with emphasis on solving difficult problems rather than just routine exercises.
Prerequisites: (a) at least 68% in Math 120; or (b) at least 80% in Math 100, 104, 180, or 184; or (c) 5 in AP Calculus AB; or (d) permission from the Math. Dept.
Grading: is based on homework (10%), 3 midterms (Feb. 2, Mar. 6, Mar. 30; 40%), and the final exam (50%). The final examination date is announced later in the term. Attendance at the final examination is required, so avoid other commitments (such as travel) until the exam schedule appears. Grades may be scaled.
Homework: will be due each week at the beginning of class. We will go over some solutions in that class, so late submissions will not be accepted. You are encouraged to discuss the homework with other students, but you must write the solutions on your own.
Missed work: will, in general, be given a grade of zero. If you are unable to write a midterm or hand in a problem set on time, and if you (a) have a legitimate excuse and supporting documentation (e.g., a medical certificate in the case of an illness), and (b) notify me as soon as possible, we can arrange either to base your course mark on other work (re-adjusting the percentages), or to make up the missed work.