Section 1: M MSB 315
12:20 - 1:10
TuTh MSB 411 12:30 - 1:45
Section 3: M MSB 315
12:20 - 1:10
TuTh MSB 117 2:00 - 3:15
Instructor: Bill Abikoff
Text: Tom Apostol's Advanced Calculus 1, Second Edition
Hopefully this semester, the course will have
projects and additional drill which will complement the class
material. In the past couple of years, we lost some weeks to
Most members of the class were in my section last
semester. There are some minor differences in the material
covered in the two sections.
You might also find it interesting to compare this course with the MIT undergraduate courses on calculus from a theoretical viewpoint. Look at the OpenCourseWare project at MIT:
Their course number is 18.014. They use the same
text but cover the material extremely quickly. They have a
different notion of course credit than we do and their course
carries significantly more credit than ours does.
MIT, Harvard have started a online consortium called EdX, which is more oriented to students. It is developing day by day. You might want to check it out every so often --- if you see anything interesting, please report back to all of us. There are at least two other consortia; they may offer interesting courseware too.
I often follow the questions asked by the class rather than my own notes --- so you should try to take good notes and I encourage you to share them.
My e-mail address is email@example.com.
Clicking on the address should give you a pop-up mailer window.
My homepage is http://www.math.uconn.edu/~abikoff.
My office hours are on this list.
I will always be available, as often and as soon as needed, by appointment. e-mail is the most reliable means of contacting me.
Lists of homework assignments, projects and
other information for students are given as given as hypertext
links below. The lists are works in progress and will change
as the semester progresses.
Projects are available here.
New and important is a place where I'll put items as needed.
that we're supposed to inform you, most often on this page,
that you shouldn't be academically naughty. If you're
thinking of doing something that might be inappropriate, you
should first read the Student Code of Conduct.