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MATH 101.212:

Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering


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

Announcements:

Final office hours on next Tuesday 12--2.
Lecture 25 is posted here.
Lecture 24 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz9.
Review Notes.
Lecture 23 is posted here.
Lecture 22 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz8.
Lecture 21 is posted here.
Lecture 20 is posted here.
Lecture 19 is posted here.
Check the common course website for sample midterms.
Midterm Exam 2: Mon. Mar. 19, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.; covers Week 5 – 9 inclusive in the course outline; see here for locations.
Solutions to Quiz7.
Lecture 18 is posted here.
Notes on  L'Hospitals Rule.
Lecture 17 is posted here.
Lecture 16 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz6.
Lecture 15 is posted here.
Lecture 14 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz5.
Quiz5 will be on 7.4, 7.5, 7.7.
Lecture 13 is posted here.
Lecture 12 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz4.
Quiz4 will be on 7.2 and 7.3.
Lecture 11 is posted here.
Lecture 10 is posted here.
Lecture 9 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz3.

Problem solving sessions will be held weekly on Thursday, Feb. 2nd to Thursday, April 5th in GEOG 100

from 6-8pm.  The Friday sessions take place from February 3rd-April 6th in LSK 200 from 2-4pm.

Midterm Exam 1: Tue. Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.; covers Week 1 – 4 inclusive in the course outline.

Lecture 8 is posted here.
Lecture 7 is posted here.
Solutions to Quiz1 and Quiz2.
Lecture 6 is posted here.
Lecture 5 is posted here.
Lecture 4 is posted here.
01/01/2012 - Website Created.

Instructor:                                                

Prof. Mahta Khosravi

Office Hours

    T (Tuesday)  1:00pm - 2:00pm (MATH 219)
    R  (Thursday) 1:00pm - 2:00pm (MATH 219)

Time and Location:


     Tue Thu 2:00pm - 3:30pm (LSK 201)

Tutorials During Finals Period:     TBA
  

Drop-In Tutorials:



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

Text:


"Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 7th edition" by James Stewart. This is the first year this edition is being used. You may be able to use an older edition instead, but homework problems will be assigned only from the 7th edition.


Exams:


There will be two common evening Midterm Exams totally worth 35% of the term grade. Midterm Exam 1will be on Tue. Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. and Midterm Exam 2 will be on Mon. Mar. 19, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.; locations TBA.

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:


At least 2/3 of the questions on the midterm and final exams will be similar to homework problems, so doing them is essential in order to do well in the course. There are two types of homework problems, WeBWorK Assignments and Suggested Problems from the text as detailed below. WeBWorK assignments are worth 7.5% of your grade. There will be short weekly quizzes in class based on the WeBWork assignments and suggested problems that are worth another 7.5%. The lowest grade of quizzes will be dropped.

WeBWorK Assignments: Weekly homework assignments using the WeBWorK online homework system will be posted at least one week before their due date. These assignments will be worth 7.5% of your course grade. You will need to use a Web browser to access these assignments and submit your answers. You must submit your answers before the due date, which will be midnight on Sundays. Necessary material will be covered in class by early the preceding week. It is strongly recommended that you work on these assignments well in advance of the due date. Questions are randomized, so different students will receive different versions of the problems. To access your particular WeBWorK assignments, click the MATH101_2011W link at https://webwork.elearning.ubc.ca and login using your CWL. If you prefer, you can also access these assignments by logging in at http://www.vista.ubc.ca. Note that WeBWorK assignments are the only element of MATH 101 available on Vista.


Grading:



15% on Homework and Quizzes
35% on Midterm Exams
50% on the Final Exam


More Information:



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



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