# Math 105, Section 203 2010W Term 2

## Integral Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences

*Instructor*: Malabika Pramanik

*Office*: 214 Mathematics Building

*E-mail*: malabika AT math DOT ubc DOT ca

*Lectures*: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9-10 am in Room 100 Mathematics Building.

*Office hours*: Monday and Friday 10-11 am or by appointment. (There may be one or two weeks during the semester when the office hours would have to be rescheduled. You will be notified in this case. )

* Main course webpage *: See this page for homework assignments, important course announcements and beginning-of-term information.

* Teaching Assistant *: Caleb Cheek

* Office hours *: Wednesday 1--1:30 pm in AUDX 147 and Thursdays 12:30--1 pm in AUDX 149 starting January 24.

* Midterm 1 extra office hours (midterm week only) *: Wednesday (Feb 2) 1--2 pm in AUDX 147 and Thursday (Feb 3) 12:30--2 pm in AUDX 149 starting January 24.

*E-mail*: cheek AT math DOT ubc DOT ca

*Text*
The required textbook for this course is Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 1st edition by Briggs and Cochran. This is the same textbook as used in Math 104 and is available at the UBC Bookstore. It has a new edition this year, so there will not be used copies around. The bundle comes with access to some online resources that include a study guide and student solutions manual. Some additional course material may be provided as needed.

This section also uses clickers for in-class discussions contributing towards 5% of the course grade. The clicker grades are primarily assigned based on participation, not correct answers. However, there may be 1--2 clicker sessions during the semester when bonus points will be given for getting an answer right. The worst 2 clicker grades will be dropped. For further information about clickers, see the UBC eLearning and Clicker wiki sites.

* Some lecture notes *
Slides on local extrema from Wednesday March 9.

Slides on constrained optimization from Monday March 21.

Slides on present and future value from Monday March 28.

Slides on discrete random variables from Wednesday March 30.

Slides on continuous random variables from Friday April 1.

Slides on review problem set 1 from Monday April 4.

Slides on review problem set 2 from Wednesday April 6.

* Midterm solutions *
Midterm 1 Solution.

Midterm 2 Solution.