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MAT 135Y1: Calculus I

__ Professor__: Mary Pugh

__ Contact information__: mpugh@math. utoronto.ca

__ Class times__: MWF 9:10-10:00

__ Office hours__: Fridays 10:10-12:00

__ Office location__: room 3141, Earth Sciences Centre,
22 Russell Street
(To find my
office, enter the building on the Northwest corner of Huron and
Russell. Get to the third floor. Walk as far south as you can.
Now walk as far west as you can.)

**Material to be covered**
Review of trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities and
trigonometric limits. Review of differential calculus;
applications. Integration and fundamental theorem;
applications. Series. Introduction to differential equations.

**
This is not the official course webpage.**
The official course webpage is
here. Please go there to see if your questions are
answered there before asking me!

**Wanna send me email?**
If you're going to send me email, please include "mat135" in the
subject line. Otherwise,
my spam filter
will catch your email. (Note: do not include a space between "mat"
and "135", the subject line should contain a six-symbol string.)

Lecture Notes: Sept 10, 2004.

Lecture Notes: Sept 13, 2004.

Lecture Notes: Sept 15, 2004.

Here are some notes you may find helpful for understanding the graphs of trig functions.

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Feeling manic? Try manic mode!

Lecture Notes: Oct 8, 2004.

Oct 11 is Thanksgiving --- no class!

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Oct 25 and Oct 27: Professor Bloom taught. No web-notes are
provided.

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With hard work and inspiration, you can
do the (nearly) impossible! Of course, it always helps to have
some good
friends help you out.

Lecture Notes: Nov 8, 2004. * Updated Nov 15. *

Nov 10: review session for term test. No web-notes provided.

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Dec 6: review session for term test. No web-notes provided.

Dec 7: review session for term test. No web-notes provided.

Have a super winter break!

Lecture Notes: Jan 3, 2005.

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Get back to work!

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Feb 7, Feb 9, and Feb 11: Dr Kadir taught. No web-notes are
provided.

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Lecture Notes: Feb 25, 2005.

Ever wonder
what your roommate does
when you're not around?
Here're the lyrics.
And here's an essay about
the history
of the song and of the viral.
More lip-synching fun...
They want it that way!

Lecture Notes: Feb 28, 2005.

Here's a
nice website
that has a java-script that lets you play around
with the predator-prey (Lotka-Volterra) equations. The book's version
of the equations has four parameters: k, a, r, and b. The webpage's version
of the equations has four parameters: a, b, c, and d. To translate from
the book to the web, look at the top of the webpage to see the equations
they're using.

Mr Gregson lectured on March 2.
Here are some notes for the second half
of Section 11.1.

Lecture Notes: Mar 4, 2005.

Zeno of Elea is famously linked with geometric series because of one of his
paradoxes. Here are two links. One acknowledges the
philosophical difficulties
and one which claims
math solves all.

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Sad news: my note-taking computer has died. There will be no more
online notes this semester.

**Is there something in the notes that confuses you? It might be a mistake on
my part. Check the current version of the notes on the web --- sometimes I
find mistakes and correct them. If the current version has the same point of
confusion, please email me and we can figure out what's going on.**

Your final exam will be on Friday April 22, from 9 am to noon.
Look
here to find out where to go. I will have extra office hours:
on Wednesday April 20 from 10am to 1pm and on Thursday April 21 from 2pm
to 5pm.

**Have a great summer! Go out, get some fresh air, learn something new.
If you take up
city jumping
take out some disability and life insurance first...
**

**Welcome to University! Here are some tips.
**

Exercise and eat properly.
Make sure to get at least seven hours of
sleep
a night.
Find some study buddies. Talk to your classmates --- they're
here to help you and you them.
My friend Mark has some very good
study tips for Calculus.
His advice holds for pretty much all classes.
Mathematics is not a spectator sport. You can't learn calculus
just by reading the book.
You have to practice Practice PRACTICE.
Do the suggested problems. Do extra problems. Work through old
exams. How well you do in this course is up to
you.
You will do better in this course if you come to lecture than if
you don't. However useless and confusing it may feel at times, you
are more likely to fall behind if you start skipping class.
If test-taking generally makes you nervous, have a look at the
test-taking brochure from the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. They also have brochures on
other aspects of student life
--- have a look --- they're soundly written.
For something more than brochures, the University of Toronto has a
counselling and learning skills centre.