Math 113 - Fall 1999


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Gateway Test
Important Note: Talk to your instructor if you have not yet passed.


Final Exam - Monday, May 10: 3:30-5:30
Material covered: Sections 3.1-3.4, 5.1-5.6, 6.1-6.4, 7.1-7.3 \br
Section Room Section Room
01 HRM 221 06 JHA 105
02 MSB 211 07 JHA 215
03 DRM 202 08 JHA 105
04 HRM 315 09 JHA 105
05 DRM 220 10 JHA 105



Textbook

Calculus 2nd Edition, Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, McCallum, et al., 2nd ed.,Wiley.
Graphing calculators are required (TI 82, 83, 85 or 86 recommended)


Syllabus

Outline For Math 113

Week Sections Topics
1 4.7, (Focus)1 Implicit Functions
2 4.8, (Focus)2 Linear Approximation & Limits, Newton's Method
3 3.1, GW Exam Distance Traveled
4 3.2, 3.3 Definite Integral,Intrepretations of the Definite Integral
5 3.4, Focus & Theorems about Definite Integral, Theory
6 5.1, Review, Exam 1 Using 1-st & 2-nd Derivatives
7 5.2, 5.3 Families of Curves, Optimization
8 5.4, 5.5 Marginalilty, Modeling
- Spring Break Florida Beaches
9 5.6, Focus Hyperbolic Functions
10 6.1, 6.2 Antiderivatives: Graphically, Analytically
11 6.3, 6.4 D.E., 2-nd Fundamental Theorem
12 7.1, Review, Exam 2 Integration by Substitution
13 7.2, 7.3 Integration by Substitution & by Parts
14 7.4 Tables
15 Review Final Exam Material
..1 Sections 1-5; 2 Sections 6-10

Exams and Grading

Sections 1-5Sections 6-10
GW Exam Wed, Feb 3 Thur, Feb 4
Exams: Exam 1 Wed, Feb 24 Thur, Feb 25
Exam 2 Wed, April 14 Thur, April 15


Projects and Quizes: Weekly
Final Exam: TBA


Gateway Exam: A gateway exam on differentiation will be given during the third week. The exam will count as one hour exam. The only grades given on the exam will be 70% or higher. Anything lower than 70% will be an F. However, students may retake the exam at a designated time approximately every two weeks. The highest grade among all the attempts will be the one recorded for the GW exam grade.


Quizes and Projects 1/3
Grading: GW & Hour Exams 1/3
Final Exam 1/3



Tutors and Help


Review Sessions

We will be continuing Supplemental Instruction (SI) in Math 113Q this semester. SI is a series of twice weekly study sessions led by students(SI leaders) who have recently successfully completed the course. The SI leaders attend lecture again and prepare materials and activities that encourage students to learn from one another in the SI session. Feedback from students in Math 112Q who took advantage of SI has been positive. The SI leader is Linda Yamamoto.

If you have any questions call Steve at 6-1039.

Tuesday 5-6 pm ARJ 215
Thursday 6-7 pm MSB 311

For more information on the Supplemental Instruction Program check out their web site.

Math Center

Additional help and tutoring is available at the Math Center located in MSB 119. The Math Center hours are

Monday, Tuesday 4:00-10:00 pm Staff
Thursday, Sunday 6:00-10:00 pmStaff
Monday 2:00-3:00 pmHernandez
Tuesday 2:00-3:00 pm Tomastik
Wednesday 10:00-12:00 am Gao
Wednesday 12:30-1:30 pm Fei
Wednesday 2:00-3:00 pm Vinsonhaler
Thursday 11:00-12:00 am Han

For more information about the Math Center check out their web site.

Consulting for Study Groups and Individuals

Math 113 students are encouraged to stop by and join in study groups at the times and places listed below. These are supervised sessions with help available from the consultant. These groups have proven to be especially helpful.

Consultant Hours Room
Eric Szpryngel Monday 5:30-7:00 PM TLS 153
Wednesday 5:30-7:00 PM TLS 153
Jason DiStasio Sunday 8:00-10:00 PM MSB 219
Tuesday 6:00-9:00 PM MSB 211

Peer Tutoring Program


Tutors available for Math 113 Sunday through Wednesday. Sponsored by the Department of Counseling Services and The Department of Residential Life. For current information on Peer Tutoring consult their web site or call 486-4130.


Sunday-Wednesday 6:00-9:00 pm Towers-Beecher Dining Area
Sunday-Wednesday 7:30-10:30 pm North Campus Dining Hall
Sunday-Wednesday 7:30-10:30 pm McMahon Dining Hall


Instructors

Instructors for Math 113

Name Section Office, PhoneOffice Hours
Professor J. Tollefson
tollefson@math.uconn.edu
01 MSB 222
486-3921
MWF 9-10
J. Derado
jod93002@math.uconn.edu
02 MSB 333
486-1286
W 2-3:30
pr by appt.
Professor C. Grochenig
grochenig@math.uconn.edu
03 MSB 312
486-3850
M 10-11, W 1-2
or by appt.
Jason Molitierno
molitierno@math.uconn.edu
04 MSB 329
486-1283
MWF 10:30-11:30
or by appt.
Krista O'Neill
krista@theoneills.net
05 MSB 230
486-1281
MF 11-12
W 12-1
John Campbell
jsoup@math.uconn.edu
06 MSB 229
486-1280
M 1-3:30, Th 3:30-5
or by appt.
Eugene Galperin
galperin@math.uconn.edu
07 MSB 331
486-1284
TTh 10:30-11, 3:30-4
W 2:30-3, 4-4:30
Professor E. Tomastik
tomastik@math.uconn.edu
08 MSB 326
486-4343
M 9:30-10, 11-12
T 11-12, 2-3 (in MSB 119)
Th 11-12, 2-3
M. Kanuni
kanuni@math.uconn.edu
09 MSB 231
486-3916
T,Th 11-12:30
N. Gorgievski
gorgievs@math.uconn.edu.
10 MSB 201
486-6322
M,F 10-11
Th 2-3


Assignments and Individual Section Home Pages


Section 01 (MWF 11:00 - Tollefson)
Section 02 (MWF 11:00 - Derado)
Section 03 (MWF 11:00 - Grochenig)
Section 04 (MWF 11:00 - Molitierno)
Section 05 (MWF 11:00 - O'Neill)
Section 6 (TTh 11:00 - John Campbell
Section 7 (TTh 11:00 - Galperin)
Section 78 (TTh 11:00 - Tomastik)
Section 9 (TTh 11:00 - Kanuni)
Section 10 (TTh 11:00 - Gorgievski)


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