- Notes updated through power series
- PS11 posted
- Notes udpated
- PS10, exercize set on integrals posted
- PS8, problem 2(a) removed
- Notes updated through discrete probability
- Reading for 5/3-: sequences
- Reading for 29/2-2/3: parametric curves (length only)
- Reading for 27-28/2: Section 7.7 (probability)
- Notes updated to include first two lectures on volumes.
- Reading for 6-7/2: Sections 7.1, 7.2 on volumes.
- 1/2: Midterm information.
- 31/1: definitions for improper integrals.
- 31/1: examples for partial fractions.
- Reading for 30-31/1: Section 6.5 on "improper integrals".
- Reading for 27/1: Section 6.3 on "inverse substitution".
- Notes updated to reflect material on partial fractions.
- Reading for 23-29/1: Section 6.2 on partial fractions
- Slides from 13/1
- Notes through 11/1 posted, as well as sample problem set.
- Reading ahead of 10-11/1: Sections 5.3, 5.4
- Reading ahead of 6/1: Sections 5.1, 5.2
- Slides from 4/1

Winter Term 2012

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 (Spring 2015): By appointment.

- Lectures: MTWF, 2-3pm at Math Building room 104.
- Textbook: Robert A. Adams and Christopher Essex,Note: I will use the 7th edition, but previous editions are acceptable.
*Calculus: Single Variable*, Pearson, Canada. - Syllabus (PDF)
- The Math Learning Centre is open!
- (Rough) lecture notes (PDF)

(For solutions and your grades see the Vista site)

- Exercize Set,
**due 4/4/12**

- Problem Set 1,
**now due 13/1/12** - Problem Set 2, due 20/1/12
- Problem Set 3, due 27/1/12
- Problem Set 4, due 3/2/12 (typos fixed) — for worked examples see notes on improper integrals.
- Problem Set 5, due 10/2/12 (subparts of 5 renumbered)
- Problem Set 6,
**now due 20/2/12** - Problem Set 7, due 6/3/12 (defn of M_k
- Problem Set 8, due 13/3/12 (2(a) optional)
- Problem Set 9, due 20/3/12 (1(b) fixed)
- Problem Set 10, due 27/3/12 (6(c) fixed)
- Problem Set 11, due 4/4/12

- Sample Problem Set I, for your reference.

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