Office hours and contact info
Do you need help? Do you have questions? Do you want to talk to us? We encourage you to talk to any of the instructors or TAs in the course, not just your own.
Locations and times for our office hours are likely to change during the year and on certain weeks. Always check the calendar below for the most uptodate information.
Our email addresses are below the calendar.
The proof clinic is now in session. See schedule in the calendar below.
Email addresses:
 Qin Deng: qin (dot) deng (at) mail (dot) utoronto (ca)
 Alfonso GraciaSaz: alfonso (at) math (dot) toronto (dot) edu
 Joel Kamnitzer: jkamnitz (at) math (dot) toronto (dot) edu
 Ivan Khatchatourian: ivan (at) math (dot) toronto (dot) edu
 Beatriz NavarroLameda: beatriz (at) math (dot) utoronto (dot) ca
 Lindsey Shorser: lshorser (at) math (dot) toronto (dot) edu
 Huan Vo: vohuan (at) math (dot) toronto (dot) edu
Videos
We are creating short youtube videos that explain many of the concepts in the course. We expect you to watch these videos before coming to class. Your instructor will tell you what to watch for each day. If you come to lecture without having watched them, you won't get much out of it.
Protip: The videos are hosted on YouTube. Like other YouTube videos, you can adjust their playback speeds to your preference.

Playlist 1: Logic, quantifiers, conditionals, definitions, and proofs. (15 videos)
This material is not covered by the textbook.
We will study this roughly in weeks 1 to 2.

Playlist 2: Limits and continuity. (20 videos).
This corresponds to Chapter 2 in the textbook.
We will study this roughly in weeks 3 to 5.

Playlist 3: Derivatives. (18 videos).
This corresponds to Chapter 3 in the textbook.
We will study this roughly in weeks 6 to 7.

Playlist 4: Inverse and inverse trig functions. (8 videos).
Note: The beginning of this playlist may appear unnecessarily complicated. The notions of codomain, range, and inverse are normally treated in a simplified way in calculus. However, this causes confusion when you later encounter them in other math or CS courses. Thus, I have explained these concepts in the most general way, before explaining the simplification we will be using in calculus.
This corresponds to sections 7.1 and 7.7 in the textbook.
We will study this roughly in week 8.

Related Rates: no videos. See section 4.10 in the textbook.
Tutorials
If there is a discrepancy between blackboard and ACORN, your correct tutorial section is the one on blackboard.
 What is your tutorial section? Log onto portal/blackboard and choose MAT137. On the left column, under "My Groups", you will see your tutorial code.
 List of all tutorial sections, schedules, rooms, and TAs
 How to change/enrol in a tutorial section?
 Log onto portal/blackboard and choose MAT137.
 Click "Tools".
 Click "Enrol in available groups".
 Select a group with available spots and switch to it.
For more details, see here.
 Need help? Email Alfonso.
Tutorial Worksheets
 Tutorial 1 (September 1819)  Logic
 Tutorial 2 (September 2526)  Proofs
 Tutorial 3 (October 23)  The definition of limit
 No tutorial on Thanksgiving
 Tutorial 4 (October 1617)  Limit computations
 Tutorial 5 (October 2324)  Linear approximations and Newton's method
 Tutorial 6 (October 3031)  Computation of derivatives
 Tutorial 7 (November 1314)  Inverse trig functions
 Tutorial 8 (November 2021)  Related rates problems
 Tutorial 9 (November 2728)  Applied optimization problems
Tests
We will post information on each test, about three weeks before it happens. If you have a conflict, contact the coordinator Alfonso GraciaSaz at least one week before the test.
 Test 1 will took place on Friday, 20 October 2017, 46pm.
See here for the test instructions page, as it looked before the test.
 Test 2 will take place on Friday, 1 December 2017, 46pm.
 Test 3 will take place on Friday, 9 February 2018, 46pm.
 Test 4 will take place on Friday, 23 March 2018, 46pm.