
MATH
101.209:
Integral
Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering


This course covers subjects
including the definite integral, integration techniques, applications,
modeling, linear ODE's.
Announcements:

04/21/2010 Solutions to
assignment10 and quiz5 have been posted.
04/14/2010 Review notes
for final has been posted.
04/14/2010 Notes on tomorrow's lecture has been posted.
04/14/2010 Quiz4 with solutions has been posted.
04/13/2010 Look at Information
on the Final Exam.
04/13/2010 Quiz5 will be held on this Friday April 16th 1010:30 in
MATH100 (on polar curves and differential equations).
The quiz is optional for people who want to drop one of their quiz
grades.
04/13/2010 The problemsolving session will be held on this Friday
April 16th 10:3012 in MATH100.
04/12/2010 Assignment 10 has been posted. It is due on next monday by
4 pm (to be dropped in the box ouside my office). The assignment is
optional for people who want to drop one of their homework grades.
04/07/2010 Quiz4 to be held on this Thursday April 8th is on 8.3 and
Taylor series.
04/07/2010 Solution to assignment9 has been posted.
03/01/2010 Solution to Midterm II has been posted.
03/30/2010 Assignment 9 has been posted.
03/23/2010 Problem
solving session on March 24th in MATX 1100 4pm6pm.
03/23/2010 Midterm 2 on March 25th from chapter 7 (not including 7.6)
and 8.1.
03/16/2010 Quiz 4 has
been postponed to April 8th.
03/16/2010 Assignment 8 has been posted.
03/16/2010 Solutions to assignment 7 has been posted.
03/05/2010  Assigment 7
has been posted.
02/09/2010  Third quiz
has been rescheduled to Thursday March 4th from sections 7.1 and
7.2.
02/04/2010  Fifthh
assignment with solution has been posted (for practice only, not to be
handed in).
02/02/2010  Fourth
assignment with solution has been posted (just for practice, not to be
handed in).
01/30/2010  Midterm 1
is on Thursday Feb 4th from sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 6.1, 6.2,
6.3
and 6.4.
01/28/2010  Solution to quiz 2 posted.
01/27/2010  Practice
midterm1 with solutions posted.
01/26/2010  Second quiz
is on Thursday Jan 28th from sections 6.1 and 6.2.
01/26/2010  Solution to assignment 3 and quiz 1 posted.
01/19/2010  Third
assignment has been posted (just for practice, not to be handed in).
01/16/2010  Solution to
assignment 2 posted.
01/12/2010  Second assignment has been posted (just for practice, not
to be handed in).
01/12/2010  First quiz is on Tuesday Jan 19th from sections 5.1, 5.2,
5.3, 5.4 and 5.5 (everything covered by that date in class).
01/12/2010  Solution to assignment 1 posted.
01/07/2010  First
assignment posted.
01/01/2010  Website
Created.

Instructor:

Prof. Mahta Khosravi

Office Hours

T (Tuesday)
12:00pm  1:00pm
(MATH 219)
R (Thursday) 12:00pm  1:00pm (MATH 219) 
Time and Location:

Tue Thu 9:30am  11:00am (Math 100)

Tutorials During Finals Period: 
Monday, April 19th to Thursday, April 22nd 
MATH 104
Friday, April 23rd  MATH 201
Monday, April 19th  LSK 202C
Tuesday, April 20th  MATH 203
Wednesday, April 21st  LSK 202C
Thursday, April 22nd  MATH 105
Friday, April 23rd  MATH 203

DropIn Tutorials:

http://www.math.ubc.ca/Ugrad/ugradTutorials.shtml

Text:

“Calculus,
Early Transcendentals, 6th edition" or "Single Variable Calculus, Early
Transcendentals, 6th edition", both by James Stewart.

Exams:

There will be two Midterm Exams totally worth 25% of the term grade,
tentatively on Feb 4th, and one on March 25th.
There will be a common final exam in April for
all sections of MATH 101. This exam will account for 50% of a student’s
final grade. The final exam will not generally be weighted higher for
students who perform better on the final exam than they did during the
term, although some allowance may be made for students who perform much
better on the final exam than they did during the term.
Note: At least 2/3 of the questions on the common final exam will be
similar to the suggested homework problems. The final exam will be
similar in content and difficulty to recent old final exams.

Homework
and Quizzes:

On this webpage
you will find the sections from the text that you should be reading
before to come to class. The instructor will try to observe this
predetermined schedule.
It is important that you check regularly this
course webpage.
Homework assignments will be posted weekly on this
course website, best 5 grades (out of 6 homworks in total) is counted
as 10% of the term grade. Homework is the
essential
educational part of this course. You cannot expect to work problems on
quizzes or exams if you have not worked lots of homework problems.
Therefore, it
is important that you spend an adequate time on homework regularly,
each week. Late homework will not be accepted. You can work together on
the homework, but you should always write up your own homework
solutions in your own words.
There will be 5 Quizzes with best four counting as 15%
of the term
grade, one approximately every 23 weeks, based on previous homework
problems.
The proposed Quiz dates are: Jan 19th, Jan 28th,
March 4th, March 18th, April 8th.

Grading:

10% on the Homework
15% on the Quizzes
25% on the Midterm Exams
50% on the Final Exam

More Information:

http://www.math.ubc.ca/~gupta/m101_common/



