General Information:
MATH 1131 covers the rst 5 chapters of the textbook. The main topics are: functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals.
All classes start in ACD 2117.
Textbooks:
Required:
Calculus: Early Transcendentals, by
Briggs and Cochran
Homework Policy:
Homework is assigned every class and collected every Wednesday. They are
returned the following Monday with remarks and graded.
The total weight of the homework grades is
50 point of the total 600 course points.
Grading
Policy:
Homework: 50, Quiz: 100, Exam 1: 100, Exam 2: 100, Exam 3: 100, Final Exam: 150.
Links To
Internet Resources:
Math
1131 LINKS
Approximate schedule is below.
Please note: I am planning to cover most of the Chapters 15.
It is assumed that the students are familiar with the material of precalculus.
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Date  Chapter  Topic  Homework  
Week 1  Mon. 1/21  Martin Luther King day.  
Wed. 1/23  1.1,1.2  Review of Functions.Representing Functions  1.1 Exercises: 4,6,7,19,35,36,64 1.2 Exercises: 711,17,18,31,56 

Week 2  Mon. 1/28  1.3,1.4  Inverse, Exponential, and Logarithm Functions. Trigonometric Functions and Their Inverses  1.3 Exercises: 8,10,19,20,35,36,38,67 1.4 Exercises: 16,17,22,30,31,35,36,57,83 
Wed. 1/30  2.1, 2.2  The Idea of Limits. Definitions of Limits  2.1 Exercises: 7,12,13,17,22 2.2 Exercises: 7,10,11,18,21,30 

Week 3  Mon. 2/4  2.3, 2.4  Techniques for Computing Limits. Infinite Limits  2.3 Exercises: 6,12,19,20,23,30,39,40,62,74 2.4 Exercises: 9,12,16,18,20,23,24,39,44 
Wed. 2/6  2.5  Limits at Infinity Practice exam 1 Solutions to Practice exam 1 
2.5 Exercises: 11,12,25,26,29,30,31,33,40,41,52,54  
Week 4  Mon. 2/11  
Class Canceled due to weather  
Wed. 2/13  Exam 1  
Week 5  Mon. 2/18  2.6, 2.7  Continuity. Precise Definitions of Limits  2.6 Exercises 9,10,15,16,25,26,35,36,45,46,55 2.7: Exercises 9,12 
Wed. 2/20  3.1, 3.2  Introducing the Derivative. Rules of Differentiation.  3.1 Exercises: 11,12,23,24,29,33,41,47,65,66 3.2 Exercises 10,12,17,18,21,22,37,38 

Week 6  Mon. 2/25  3.3, 3.4  The Product and Quotient Rules. Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions.  3.3: Exercises 7,8,17,18,19,20,31,32,49,50 3.4 Exercises 8,9,10,11,16,17,18,19,44,45 
Wed. 2/27  3.5, 3.6  Derivatives as Rates of Change. The Chain Rule  3.5: Exercises 12,17,18,24,32,35 3.6 Exercises: 8,9,10,11,17,18,19,20,21,22,37,38 

Week 7  Mon. 3/4  3.7, 3.8  Implicit Differentiation. Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions  3.7 Exercises 12,13,14,15,28,29,35,36 3.8: Exercises 10,11,39,40,47,48 
Wed. 3/6  3.9, 3.10  Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions. Related Rates  3.9 Exercises 9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16 3.10: Exercises 13,17,23,40 

Week 8  Mon. 3/11  Review for Exam 2. Practice exam 2 Solutions to Practice exam 2  
Wed. 3/13  Exam 2  
Week 9  Mon. 3/18  Spring recess.  
Wed. 3/20  Spring recess.  
Week 10  Mon. 3/25  4.1  Maxima and Minima  4.1 Exercises: 15,16,31,32,33,34,37,38,68 
Wed. 3/27  4.2  What Derivatives Tell Us  4.2 Exercises: 11,12,29,30,33,34,57,58  
Week 11  Mon. 4/1  4.3, 4.4  Graphing Functions. Optimization Problems  4.3 Exercises: 10,11,16,20,28,29 4.4 Exercises: 7,8,11,15 
Wed. 4/3  4.5  Linear Approximation and Differentials.  4.5 Exercises: 9,10,11,12,19,20,21,22,26  
Week 12  Mon. 4/8  4.5,4.6  Mean Value Theorem  4.6 Exercises: 7,8,17,18,23 
Wed. 4/10  4.7, 4.8  L'Hopital's Rule. Antiderivatives  4.7 Exercises: 15,16,19,20,27,28,31,32,42,44 4.8 Exercises: 11,12,13,16,19,20,33,34,35,36 

Week 13  Mon. 4/15  Review for Exam 3. Practice exam 3 Solutions to Practice exam 3  
Wed. 4/17  Exam 3  
Week 14  Mon. 4/22  5.1  Definite IntegralsApproximating Areas under Curves  5.1 Exercises: 15,16,17,18,27,28,32(a,d) 
Wed. 4/24  5.2, 5.3  Definite Integrals  5.2 Exercises: 19,20,25,26,27,28,40  
Week 15  Mon. 4/29  5.3  Fundamental Theorem of Calculus  5.3 Exercises:25,26,27,28,31,32,33,34,51,53 
Wed. 5/1  Review. Practice Final Exam Solutions to Practice Final Exam  
Week 16  Mon. 5/6  Final Exam 
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