Tuesday and Thursday. 9:30 - 11:00
Location: Frederic Lasserre. Room 105
Tuesday 12:30 - 2:00
Thursday 11:10 - 12:30
or by appointment
Location: LSK. Room 300
Common website for all sections
Textbook: CLP-I textbook
Practice problems: CLP-I problem book
Connect : quiz grades and Piazza signup
Questions? Try Piazza! (how to use Piazza)
|Quiz 1||Thursday, Sept 21|
|Quiz 2||Thursday, Oct 5|
|Quiz 3||Thursday, Oct 19|
|Quiz 4||Thursday, Nov 3|
|Quiz 5||Thursday, Nov 16|
|Final exam||Friday, December 8|
- Final Exam. Friday, Dec 8, 3:30 pm, SRC A & B & C. 2.5 hours.
- Final Review Class. Tuesday, Dec 5, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm, LASR 105 (our usual classroom).
The plan for the review class is to discuss solutions to the 2012 final exam (picked uniformly at random). I suggest you to solve (in 2.5 hours) this practice exam before the review class.
- Office hours.
Regular office hours end December 1.
Extra office hours: Dec 4, 6 from 1:00–3:00 and Dec. 7 from 10:00 - 11:00 in LSK 300. Also by appointment.
- Resources. The math department posts old exams, and volunteers post solutions.
Use the learning objectives as a guide for topics in the final exam.
Check problems and solutions for all the quizzes here.
- 11/25 Please complete the Teaching Evaluation Survey before Monday, December 4.
- 11/21 Special office hours: this Wednesday, November 22 at 4:10 pm in LSK 300 (our usual room for office hours).
- 11/13 Quiz 5 is this Thursday, November 16. It will cover up to and including Section 3.6-Curve sketching: Increasing/Decreasing. Use the learning objectives as your guide: #11, #12, #13, #14 (i and ii).
Quiz 4 is on Thursday, November 2. Quiz 4 is up to and inclusing Section 3.4-Part I: Linear Approximations.
as your guide: #8, #9, #10.
The format will be different this time. It has (2 mark question) + (2 mark question)+ (2 mark question) + (4 mark question). You have to show your work in *all* the problems!
- 10/24 This Thursday, October 26, office hours are from 1:00 to 2:30.
- 10/17 Your Engineering Undergraduate Society prepared a Guide for Quiz 3. You can find more material in their tutoring webpage.
- 10/17 More practice. Quiz 3 from last year: Quiz 3.1 and Quiz 3.2. (The links don't work anymore).
- 10/14 Quiz 3 is this Thursday, October 19th. It will cover material up to and including Section. 2.12. Again, use the learning objectives as your guide: from #3 to #7.
- 10/14 The final exam is on Friday, December 8th.
- 10/14 Note from math department: All students are required to be here for their final exams. Please notify to me any exam hardship or exam conflict ASAP. The deadline to report hardships or conflicts is at least one month prior to the date of the exam.
- 10/10 Solutions to Quiz 2 are online. Check them and be sure to understand them. Lecture notes and the worksheet are also online in the usual place.
- 10/03 Quiz is this Thursday, October 5th. It will cover material up to and including Section. 2.8. Use the learning objectives as your guide: #2, #3, #4, #5
- 10/03 Quiz practice: Quiz 2 from Winter 2016: Quiz 2.1 (solution) and Quiz 2.2 (solution)
- 10/03 Office hours changed their regular times. On Thursday, office hours are just after class.
- 10/03 About WeBWork: For the WeBWork, the bottom 10% of scores won't count for the final grade. In other words, if there are total 200 problems in the webwork over the whole term, then the best 180 problems you did will count for the final grade.
- 09/28 Lecture notes are online. Please read the review on logarithm in our textbook (section 2.7).
- 09/19 Quiz 1 is this Thursday! (09/21). It will evaluate Sections 1.1 - 1.5 (it's all about limits). The examination will look like this sample quiz. Note: If you want to use L'Hopital, you have to indicate that you are using the L.H. rule with the correct form: 0/0 or inf/inf.
- 09/19 Today is the last day to drop without a W standing.
- 09/16 Assignment 2 is open. Most of the problems (but not all) refer to continuous or discontinuous functions. If you want to start the assignment during the weekend, read Section 1.6 in CLP-I. Questions on continuity are really questions about limits (specifically if the limit exists and is equal to the value of the function). We'll talk more about continuity next Tuesday.
- 09/12 Lecture notes are online. Remember: Assignment 1 is due by Friday.
- 09/07 Today's lecture is online. Read section 1.1 a second motivation for studying limits (we will go back to it later in the course).
- 09/05 Welcome to Math 100! Our first class is on Thursday, September 7