Section 105

Fall Term 2010

Lior Silberman
- Office: MATH 229B, 604-827-3031
- Email: "lior" (at) Math.UBC.CA (please include the course number in the subject line, if applicable)
- Office Hours (Fall 2015): Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30-10:30, Wednesdays 10:30-11:30

This is the page for information specific to my section; don't forget to also check the course-wide website.

- The Math Dept Tutorial Center will be open Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm (except 9am-3pm on Fridays) in Auditorium Annex A.
- Our TA, Otto, holds office hours there Tuesdays 1-3pm, Wednesdays 2-3pm and 4-5pm, and Thursdays 12-2pm. His email address is "ottokk" (at) Math.UBC.CA
- You can go to the tutorial center at any time -- all TAs there will help.
- Lecture-by-lecture schedule.

Print the cover sheet for the problem set and use it as a cover sheet for your solutions. Please write the first and last names which appear in the university records to help the grader enter your grades in the system.

Solutions are posted on the Vista page for the course.

- Problem Set 1, due 17/9/10.
- Problem Set 2 (clarification added), due 25/10/10
- Problem Set 3, due 3/11/10
- Problem Set 4 (problem 5 corrected), due 17/11/10
- Problem Set 5, due 29/11/10

- The material for the exam is everything on the schedule from "Inverse funtions" up to "Minima & Maxima". You will certainly need to calculate derivatives during the exam. But there will be no questions specifically targeting techniques of differentiation.
- Here's a sample exam and its solutions.
- For sample questions look at past final exams on the department's website.
- The exam will be held during class on Monday, November 8th.
- You may not use any notes, books, formula sheets, calculators and other electronics, nor any other external material. Write your answers on the exam sheets in the space provided.
- We will begin promptly at 2pm, allowing us to leave the classroom at 2:50 ahead of the next class.
- Here's the exam; you can find the solution on Vista.

- The material for the exam is everything on the schedule up to §3.4 (the Chain Rule).
- Here's a sample exam and its solution (there was a misprint in the statement of problem 4 that didn't matter for 4a but made 4b hard; this is now fixed).
- For more sample questions look at past final exams on the department's website.
- The exam will be held during class on Monday, October 4th.
- You may not use any notes, books, formula sheets, calculators and other electronics, nor any other external material. Write your answers on the exam sheets in the space provided.
- We will begin promptly at 2pm, allowing us to leave the classroom at 2:50 ahead of the next class.
- Here's the exam; you can find the solution on Vista.

Stewart, *Calculus (Early Transcendentals)*, 6th edition;

or

Stewart,*Single-Variable Calculus (Early Transcendentals)*, 6th edition.

There are two variants of this book ("Calculus" or "Single-variable Calculus"),
and both are acceptable. You must have the textbook itself, and
you should probably also have the "Student Solutions Manual". The
"Single-variable" version includes only the material for first-year calculus
(MATH 100 and 101 or equivalent); the other version also includes material
for what's known as "Multi-variable" calculus, and you will need it for
second-year calulus courses. The bookstore sells a package with the textbook,
the solutions manual, and additional materials which are nice to have but not
required. See also the discussion on the course-wide website.or

Stewart,

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