MAT137: Calculus!

University of Toronto 2017-2018

Announcements

  • 20-Oct-17: Test 2 took place today. You can now read sample solutions.
    If you miss the test due to illness email Alfonso. Also, see a doctor today and ask them to fill out the UofT Illness or Injury Verification Form.
  • 7-Oct-17: You should have received an email from crowdmark with your submission link for Problem Set 2 today.
  • 4-Oct-17: Problem Set 1 is graded. Read the sample solutions and the comments about the grading. If you think we made an error in your grading, please follow the instructions on the website to request a regrade.
  • 3-Oct-17: The full schedule for the proof clinic is now updated.
  • 28-Sep-17: Thinking of switching to MAT135? The deadline is Friday, October 6.
  • 27-Sep-17: Test 1 will take place on 20 October 2017, 4-6pm.
    If you have a conflict, your deadline to let us know is Friday, 13 October 2017.
    More details here.
  • 26-Sep-17: Do you want to practice proof writing? You can use the Proof Clinic. It opens on Friday, September 29. See the schedule under office hours.
  • 21-Sep-17: Did you join the course late? Everything you need to know is here..
  • 21-Sep-17: You should have received your crowdmark submission link for Problem Set 1 via email today. If you do not have it, check your spam folder, then check your "Other" folder. If you still do not find it, email Alfonso.
    Do you need to change tutorials? You can now do it easily on blackboard.
  • 13-Sep-17: There was a typo in Problem Set 1. It is now corrected.
  • 12-Sep-17: Problem Set 1 is posted. We will wait a bit before sending you your online submission links because many students are still waitlisted. However, the problems are already posted and you can start working on them.
  • 5-Sep-17: If your first lecture is more than one-hour long, you need to watch some videos before it.
    If you are in LEC 0401 or LEC 0601, watch videos 1.1-1.3.
    If you are in LEC 5201, watch videos 1.1-1.7.
  • 31-Aug-17: Welcome to MAT137! We will use Portal/Blackboard only for posting grades. All other information about the course, including course materials, will be posted on this site. Please familiarize yourself with it. In particular, read the course outline carefully (under 'Resources'). Lectures begin on Thursday, September 7. Tutorials begin on Monday, September 18.