Tue 1:00pm-2:00pm in LSK 300C

Wed 3:30pm-4:30pm in LSK 300C

Thu 3:30pm-4:30pm in LSK 300B or By appointment

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- Wed, Jan 06 : Our first office hours.
- Mon, Jan 11: The practice Problems for Quiz #1 posted!
- Fri, Jan 15: New schedule for the office hours!
- Fri, Jan 22: Quiz #2 : Take Home -- Due: Wed, Jan 27
- Mon, Jan 25:
**Extended**Office Hours for this week: Mon 2:30-4:00pm, Tue 1:00-2:00pm, Wed 3:30-4:30pm Thu 3:00- 4:30pm - Mon, Jan 25:
**Review Session:**Tue Jan 26-- 5:00 - 8:00pm in Math 104 and Wed Jan 27-- 5:00-8:00pm in Math 104. "I am reviewing same practice questions in each session for people who can make it to either one!" - Fri, Feb 12: Quiz #4 (Updated Version!): Take Home -- Due: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
- Mon, Feb 22: Quiz #4 - Hint Updated Feb 24th, 2016!
**Correction:**Integral of ln(x) dx = x ln(x) - x +C ! - Tue, Feb 23: The Quiz #4's due date
**extended**to**Monday Feb 29, 2016** - Thu, Mar 10:
**Review Session:**(I) Tue: March 15th, 5:00 - 8:00pm, Location: WESB 201 --- (II) Wed: March 16th, 5:00 - 8:00pm, Location: WESB 201 ! - Thu, Mar 10:
**Extended**Office Hours for next week: Mon(March 14th) 12:30 -14:00, Tue(March 15th) 1:00-2:00pm, Wed(March 16th) 3:30-4:30pm, Thu(March 17th) 3:00- 4:30pm -
**Review Session:**

**Friday April 15th:**from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Location: MATX 1100 ! -
**Extended**Office Hours for next week:

Mon(April 11th ) 14:00 -16:00, Tue(April 12th ) 14:00 -16:00, Wed(April 13th ) 14:00 -16:00, Thu(April 14th ) 14:00 -16:00, Fri(April 15th) 10:00am -11:30am - The information about math 105 final exam is HERE

- Final Exam %50
- Midterm 1 %17
- Midterm 2 %17
- WebWorK %10
- Quizzes %6

Lecture notes |
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Mon 01/04 | Lecture 1 | Dot Products | 11.1-11.2-11.3 | ||||

Wed 01/06 | Lecture 2 | Planes in Three Dimensions | 12.1 | ||||

Fri 01/08 | Lecture 3 | Functions of two variables, Graph of functions of two variables, Traces and Level curves | 12.1-12.2 | ||||

Mon 01/11 | Lecture 4 | Partial Derivatives | 12.4 | ||||

Wed 01/13 | Lecture 5 | Partial Derivatives, Higher-Order Partial Derivatives and Clairaut's Theorem | 12.4 | ||||

Fri 01/15 | Lecture 6 | Maximum/Minimum problems (Local Maximum / Minimum values, and Saddle point) | 12.8 | ||||

Mon 01/18 | Lecture 7 | Maximum/Minimum problems (Absolute Maximum and Minimum values ) | 12.8 | Updated: (Example 6) Jan 26th, 2016! | |||

Wed 01/20 | Lecture 8 | Lagrange Multipliers | 12.9 | ||||

Fri 01/22 | Lecture 9 | More Lagrange Multipliers | 12.9 | ||||

Mon 01/25 | Lecture 10 | Approximating Area by Riemann Sum, and Sigma Notation | 5.1 | Updated: Midpoint(case three)- page 2- Feb 1st, 2016! | |||

Wed 01/27 | Lecture 11 | Net Area and Definite Integral | 5.1-5.2 | ||||

Fri 01/29 | Lecture 12 | Definite Integral | 5.2 | Correction: Example 5 Part(VI) = -7 !!! | |||

Mon 02/01 | Lecture 13 | Fundamental Theorem of Calculus | 5.3 | Section 4.8 (Antiderivative) and the solutions to the Practice problems in section 4.8 | |||

Wed 02/03 | Lecture 14 | Fundamental Theorem, Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integral | 4.8-5.3 | Indefinite Integral Formulas | |||

Fri 02/05 | Lecture 15 | Substitution Rule | 5.5 | Updated! Feb 10, 2016! | |||

Mon 02/08 | Family Day! | ||||||

Wed 02/10 | Lecture 16 | Integration by Part | 7.2 | ||||

Fri 02/12 | Lecture 17 | Integration by Part and Substitution Rule | 5.5-7.2 | ||||

Mon 02/22 | Lecture 18 | Trigonometric Integrals | 7.3 | ||||

Wed 02/24 | Lecture 19 | Trigonometric Substitution | 7.4 | ||||

Fri 02/26 | Lecture 20 | Trigonometric Substitution ( Completing the Square) + Partial Fractions (Simple and Repeated Roots) | 7.4-7.5 | ||||

Mon 02/29 | Lecture 21 | Partial Fractions (Long Division) | 7.5 | ||||

Wed 03/02 | Lecture 22 | Numerical Integration | 7.7 | Correction: Section 10.2.3 - Simpson's Rule - Note 1 | |||

Fri 03/04 | Lecture 23 | Improper Integral | 7.8 | Correction: Example 2: Pat(III) - The integrand = 1/x^{1/3} ----- Example 3: Part(8) ! | |||

Mon 03/07 | Lecture 24 | Introduction to Differential Equations | 7.9 | Correction: Example 6: Part(III) - Initial Condition: y(1)=5/3 ----- Example 9: Part(III) - Initial Condition: y(0)=1 ! ---- Example 9: Part(IV) - tan^{-1} (y) = -1/x - x +C, C= 2, and y = tan(-1/x - x +2 ! | |||

Wed 03/09 | Lecture 25 | Probability - Continuous random Variable (PDF and CDF) | |||||

Fri 03/11 | Lecture 26 | Probability- Expected value (Mean), Variance and Standard Deviation | |||||

Mon 03/14 | Lecture 27 | Sequences | 8.1 -8.2 | ||||

Wed 03/16 | Midterm 2 - Review | ||||||

Fri 03/18 | Lecture 28 | Infinite Series (An Overview) | 8.1 | ||||

Mon 03/21 | Lecture 29 | Geometric Sums and Series | 8.3 | ||||

Wed 03/23 | Lecture 30 | The Divergence Test - The Integral Test | 8.4 | ||||

Fri 03/25 | Good Friday! | ||||||

Mon 03/28 | Easter Monday | ||||||

Wed 03/ 30 | Lecture 31 | The Ratio Test - The Comparison Test -The limit Comparison Test | 8.5 | Correction: Example 3: Part(IV) - The Series Diverges! | |||

Fri 04/01 | Lecture 32 | The absolute and conditional convergence - Properties of Power series - Combining the power series | 8.7-9.2 | ||||

Mon 04/04 | Lecture 33 | Differentiating and integrating Power Series | 9.2 | Correction: Example 2: Part(V) - I missed a negative sign in the final answer!!! | |||

Mon 04/06 | Lecture 34 | Taylor and Maclaurin Series - Manipulate and working with Taylor/Maclaurin Series | 9.1-9.3 | Correction: Example 5: Part(I): f^(3)(0), Part (II): f^4(0), Part(III): f^(13)(0) | |||

Mon 04/08 | Lecture 35 | Working with Taylor/Maclaurin series | 9.4 | ||||

In total, quizzes will account for %6 of your final course grade. We will have a quiz, for the last 10 minutes of each Friday's lecture, starting on Jan 8th. The practice problem for each quiz will be posted on this webpage, and will review what's been covered since the last quiz.

There will be 9 Quizzes ( 8 Quizzes + 1 Bonus Quiz). The final grade (%6) for this part will be calculated as follows.

1. If you take the Bonus Quiz, your grade will be the average of the best 6 out of 9 Quizzes.

2. If you don't take the Bonus Quiz, your grade will be the average of the best 6 out of 8 Quizzes.

Quiz #0 - Fri, Jan 08, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #0)--- Practice Problems - Quiz #0 [Practice/Bonus]

Quiz #1 - Fri, Jan 15, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #1)--- Practice Problems - Quiz #1

Quiz #2 - Fri, Jan 22, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #2)--- Take Home

Quiz #3 - Fri, Feb 05, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #3)--- Practice Problems - Quiz #3

Quiz #4 - Fri, Feb 12, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #4)--- Take Home --- Quiz #4 - Hint Updated Feb 24!

Quiz #5 - Fri, Feb 26, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #5)--- Practice Problems - Quiz #5

Quiz #6 - Fri, Mar 04, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #6)--- Take Home --- Quiz #6 - Hint

Quiz #7 - Fri, Mar 11, 2016--- Solution (Quiz #7)--- Take Home --- Quiz #7 - Hint

Quiz #8 - --- Solution (Quiz #8)--- Take Home --- Due: Friday -- April 8th, 2016!

Midterm 1- 2015 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1- 2015

Midterm 1 -2014 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1- 2014

Midterm 1-Sample 0 with Solutions

Midterm 1-Sample 1 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1-Sample 1

Midterm 1-Sample 2 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1-Sample 2

Midterm 1-Sample 3 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1-Sample 3

Midterm 1-Sample 4 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1-Sample 4

Midterm 1-Sample 5 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 1-Sample 5

Midterm 2- 2015 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2- 2015

Midterm 2 - 2014 ----- Solutions--Midterm 2- 2014

Sample Midterm 2 (Posted on the Common Webpage)

Midterm 2-Sample 1 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2-Sample 1

Midterm 2-Sample 2 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2-Sample 2

Midterm 2-Sample 3 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2-Sample 3

Midterm 2-Sample 4 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2-Sample 4

Midterm 2-Sample 5 ----- Solutions-- Midterm 2-Sample 5

Past final exam 1

Past final exam 2