**Calculus** is the study of how things **change**: a skydiver falling to the Earth, temperature cooling as the Sun sets, radioactive isotopes decaying, water flowing down a river. In this class, we use **functions** to describe quantities such as position, temperature, population, and velocity.

The **derivative** of a function f(x) at a point x=a is the **limit**
$$
f'(a) = \lim_{x \to a} \frac{f(x) - f(a)}{x - a}
$$
The derivative measures how the function f(x) is **changing** at the point x=a. This class is about functions, derivatives and how quantities change.

Monday | 12-1pm | Math 100 |

Wednesday | 12-1pm | Math 100 |

Friday | 12-1pm | Math 100 |

Tuesday | 11-12pm | Math 229E |

Wednesday | 1-2pm | Math 229E |

Friday | 3-4pm | Math 229E |

Quizzes | 25% |

WeBWorK | 15% |

Final Exam | 60% |

Quiz 1 | Friday, September 22, 2017 |

Quiz 2 | Friday, October 6, 2017 |

Quiz 3 | Friday, October 20, 2017 |

Quiz 4 | Friday, November 3, 2017 |

Quiz 5 | Friday, November 17, 2017 |

Final Exam | December 8, 2017 3:30-6pm (SRC) |

MATH 100 Main Page | Complete course information |

CLP Lecture Notes | Course textbook |

CLP Problem Book | Practice problems |

WeBWorK | Assignment due every Friday at 11pm |

Connect | Piazza signup and quiz grades |

Piazza | Signup through Connect |

Math Learning Centre | UBC Math TAs |

**Calculus** is the study of how things **change**: a skydiver falling to the Earth, temperature cooling as the Sun sets, radioactive isotopes decaying, water flowing down a river. In this class, we use **functions** to describe quantities such as position, temperature, population, and velocity.

**derivative** of a function f(x) at a point x=a is the **limit**
$$
f'(a) = \lim_{x \to a} \frac{f(x) - f(a)}{x - a}
$$
The derivative measures how the function f(x) is **changing** at the point x=a. This class is about functions, derivatives and how quantities change.

Monday | 2-3pm | Buch A104 |

Wednesday | 2-3pm | Buch A104 |

Friday | 2-3pm | Buch A104 |

Tuesday | 11-12pm | Math 229E |

Wednesday | 1-2pm | Math 229E |

Friday | 3-4pm | Math 229E |

Quizzes | 25% |

WeBWorK | 15% |

Final Exam | 60% |

Quiz 1 | Friday, September 22, 2017 |

Quiz 2 | Friday, October 6, 2017 |

Quiz 3 | Friday, October 20, 2017 |

Quiz 4 | Friday, November 3, 2017 |

Quiz 5 | Friday, November 17, 2017 |

Final Exam | December 8, 2017 3:30-6pm (SRC) |

MATH 100 Main Page | Complete course information |

CLP Lecture Notes | Course textbook |

CLP Problem Book | Practice problems |

WeBWorK | Assignment due every Friday at 11pm |

Connect | Piazza signup and quiz grades |

Piazza | Signup through Connect |

Math Learning Centre | UBC Math TAs |

The UBC Scientific Software Seminar is inspired by Software Carpentry and its goal is to help students, graduates, fellows and faculty at UBC develop software skills for science. See the UBCS3 GitHub repositories.

I am an instructor in the Department of Mathematics at UBC. I love being in the classroom teaching anything from calculus to number theory, and I also enjoy programming in Python, MATLAB, and JavaScript.

Instructor I | Department of Mathematics | University of British Columbia | 2015-Present |

Postdoctoral Fellow | Department of Mathematics | McMaster University | 2013-2015 |

PhD | Mathematics | University of Toronto | 2013 |

MSc | Mathematics | University of British Columbia | 2007 |

BSc | Mathematics | University of Calgary | 2006 |

BSc | Mechanical Engineering | University of Calgary | 2006 |

Course | Title | Term | # Students |
---|---|---|---|

MATH 215:921 | Ordinary Differential Equations I | 2017S1 | 125 |

MATH 210:201 | Introduction to Mathematical Computing | 2016W2 | 107 |

MECH 222:201 | Multivariable Calculus (MECH 2) | 2016W2 | 130 |

MATH 180:101 | Differential Calculus with Physical Applications | 2016W1 | 213 |

MATH 100:109 | Differential Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences and Engineering | 2016W1 | 115 |

MECH 221:101 | Ordinary Differential Equations (MECH 2) | 2016W1 | 123 |

MATH 210:201 | Introduction to Mathematical Computing | 2015W2 | 88 |

MATH 152:201 | Linear Systems | 2015W2 | 235 |

MATH 152:208 | Linear Systems | 2015W2 | 103 |

MATH 104:108 | Differential Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences | 2015W1 | 129 |

MECH 221:101 | Ordinary Differential Equations (MECH 2) | 2015W1 | 135 |