Review of functions, limits, continuity. Differentiation: extremum problems, curve-sketching, differentials, related rates. Definite and indefinite integrals: Riemann sums, initial-value problems, fundamental theorem, techniques of integration. Applications of differentiation and integration to physical problems. Use of symbolic manipulation and graphics software in Calculus.

This section is strongly linked with Section 4 of Physics 150, taught by Gene Mele. If you are registered for my course, you should be registered for his course, and vice versa.

Class meets MWF, 10:00 -- 11:00 in David Rittenhouse Lab A8.

Lots of information you really want to read!

Homework due on Weds 9/13 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 9/15 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Weds 9/20 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 9/22 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Weds 9/27 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 9/29 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Weds 10/4 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 10/6 (for those in Thursday recitations)

We have our first midterm exam on Friday October 6. The exam
will be held during classtime (10:00 - 10:50) in the usual classroom
(DRL A8). We will have a review session on Thursday night (October 5)
from 7:00-9:00 pm in DRL A7. The exam will cover everything up to and
including section 2.3 (section 2.4 won't be on the exam).
You may not
bring calculators or palm pilots or other electronic devices to the
exam. You can bring a one-page (8.5 by 11 inches) "help sheet" to
the exam, with material on one side only. You'll have to hand in the
cheat sheet with your exam; I'll return it with the graded exam.

Homework due on Weds 10/11 (for those in Tuesday recitation)
and in Gergely Bana's Thursday office hours
(for those in Thursday recitation).

Homework due on Weds 10/18 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 10/20 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Weds 10/25 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 10/27 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Weds 11/1 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 11/3 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Our second midterm will be on Friday November 3. It will cover all
material up to and including section 4.3, focussing more on the
material after the first midterm (section 2.4 on). You may not bring
calculators or palm pilots or other electronic devices to the exam.
You can bring a one-page (8.5 by 11 inches) "help sheet" to the exam,
with material on one side only. You'll have to hand in the cheat
sheet with your exam; I'll return it with the graded exam.

The review session will be on Thursday in DRL A6, from 7 to 9.

Homework due on Weds 11/8 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 11/10 (for those in Thursday recitations)

Homework due on Friday 11/17 (for everyone)

Homework due on Weds 11/29 (for those in Tuesday recitations)
and on Friday 12/1 (for those in Thursday recitations)

The final exam will be on Friday 12/15 from 11:00-1:00 pm
in DRL A4.
I will hold review sessions on the final three Thursdays of the
semester: 11/30 (5:30-6:30), 12/7 (5:30-6:30), 12/14 (5:30-7:30).
They
will all be
in DRL A6. Also, don't forget about the
Sunday reviews sessions in DRL A4 from 7:00-9:00 pm. (There will be
no review session the Sunday after Thanksgiving 11/24.)
Homework due on Monday 12/11 --- Last homework of the semester!

I will hold office hours on Thursday 12/14, 10:00-12:30 and 1:30-4:00.
The review session will be 5:30-7:30. In general, if you're needing
help,
send me email
or give me a call (898-8472) or drop by. If
I'm around and not busy, I'll be happy to help.

Here's a
review sheet
in *.pdf format that may be helpful to you.
Professor Shnider wrote it.

Here are some previous
math 140 final exams along with their solutions.