MAT-21B (Section B on Canvas), Integral Calculus: MWF 0900-0950 AM Join via Zoom on Canvas
Discussions: T 0610-0700 PM and 0710-0800 PM TA: Du, Zhiqian
Honors-21B (Section 0U1 on Canvas): MWF 1210-0100 PM Join via Zoom on Canvas
Discussions: T 0410-0500 PM TA: Santhakumar, Hamilton
PREREQUISITES: A good working knowledge of differential calculus (courses like MAT 21A). You are responsible for satisfying the prerequisites!
TEACHER OFFICE HOURS: (I do not reply any emails on weekends) T 0800-0950 AM Use the following link:
TEXTBOOK: Thomas' Calculus Early Transcendentals, 14th Edition by George B. Thomas, Maurice Weir, and Joel Hass; Addison Wesley Publishers, 2018.
(Earlier editions are also fine for your own study. The scan for the Homework problems will be posted below, since they are from the 13th Ed.)
SECTIONS TO BE COVERED: The core consists of Chapters 5,6,7,8 and 11. We will follow very closely the advisory syllabus HERE, not necessarily in that order.
LECTURE NOTES: You may write your own, or download the lecture notes below:
IMPORTANT CAUTION!!!: The homeworks and suggested problems will be selected from the scanned problems below and they could NOT match with the 14th edition problems. Therefore, always use the SCANNED PROBLEMS.
SUGGESTED PRACTICE PROBLEMS by Section (Do not delivery, just for practice. If possible, solve ALL problems from each Section):
4.8: All problems labeled with even numbers from Problem 2 to Problem 88 (thus, 44 problems in total)
5.1: 3, 4, 5, 6 5.2: 6, 16, 25, 28, 31, 32, 35, 43, 45 5.3: 9, 16, 18, 28, 38, 44, 48, 52, 60, 69, 71, 74, 79, 85
5.4: All multiples of 5 up to 75, also problems 71, 73, 76, 81, 84 (thus, 18 problems total)
5.5: All multiples of 6 and problem 70 (14 total) 5.6: All multiples of 10 except 120, and problem 115 (12 total)
6.1: All multiples of 5 6.3: All multiples of 4 except 20 and 40, also problems 25, 26 (10 total)
6.4: All multiples of 4, also problems 25, 31 (10 total) 6.5: Problem 3 and all multiples of 7
7.1: All multiples of 5, up to problem 60 7.2: All multiples of 4, up to problem 36 8.1: All multiples of 4
8.2: All multiples of 8 8.3: All multiples of 6
8.4: All multiples of 4 8.5: All multiples of 5, except 60 8.7: All multiples of 6, also problems 27, 28, 37
8.8: Multiples of 5 11.1: Multiples of 4, up to 40 11.2: Multiples of 6 11.3: Multiples of 5.
OPTIONAL READING: (For examples and exercises)
GRADE: We will use Canvas for grading. Course grade will be based on the following:
MIDTERMS AND FINAL RULES: Midterms will start at normal class time, that day, I will be on Zoom about 20 minutes, just in case you are having technical problems, but I will not answer any questions related to interpretation of the exam; you do NOT need to connect via Zoom unless you are having technical problems to receive the exam. The exam will be posted below, then you will have 1 hour to solve it (remember the academic integrity) and 5 extra hours to submit your solutions on Canvas.
For Final same Zoom rules, you will have 2 hours to solve the exam (remember the academic integrity) and 5 extra hours to submit your solutions on Canvas.
HOMEWORKS: Both of them are Due at 5:00PM. Solve and upload your solutions to ALL problems on Canvas (pdf and jpg files are fine); after the Due, only 3 problems will be randomly selected and graded, each problem is worth 10 points.
Grading curve: Will be set at the end of the course, depending on the mean (over all students) of the total number of points. However, students having less than 40% will be assigned grade F and students in the range 41-50% will be assigned grade D.
Use of books, notes, calculators, or anything else but pencil and paper, will not be allowed in the final (you will sign the Honor Statement).
Talking, texting, newspaper reading, etc. disrupt the lectures, use electronic devices for non-academic purposes during lectures is prohibited.
If you have any problem at all that requires special accomodation, please let me know well in advance!
There will be no make-up homeworks nor make-up exams. A missed exam counts as 0 points. If you miss the final you will automatically receive an F. The grade I (Incomplete) will not be given in any circumstances.
By signing the ..., I hereby declare that I solved this exam by my own, without any external collaboration (like friends, internet solutions, etc). If needed, I am allowed to use our lecture notes only. I understand that the main purpose of this exam is to show how much I have learned in this course, holding myself to a high standard of academic integrity, and that suspected misconduct on this exam will be reported to the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs and, if established, will result in disciplinary sanctions up through Dismissal from the University and a grade penalty up to a grade of ‘F’ for the course.