Fall 2011

- The text we will be using is "Calculus with Early Transcendentals", by James Stewart, and this is a new edition- The 7th edition. Here is a link to Amazon.com if you'd like to get the ISBN or other information
- Here is the publisher's website, with extra information and review material.
- The publisher
has a "three step program".
Some interesting
*optional*material is available here, including video lectures and video solutions (but of course they charge extra for that).

- Course Syllabus
- Course Calendar
- Homework to the first exam
- Homework to first exam, update 1
- Homework to first exam, update 2
- Homework to the second exam
- Homework to the second exam, update 1.
- Homework to the final exam
- Homework to the final exam (UPDATE 1 to switch timing of 4.7 and 4.8)

- Chapter 1
- Homework for Sections 1.1-1.3 are posted on the CLEo site (if you haven't gotten the book yet).
- Lecture 1 Group Work (Not used- You might look at this for extra practice)
- Solutions
- Trigonometry summary is posted on CLEo.
- Chapter 2
- Quiz 3 is here. You may turn in
solutions to the quiz on Tuesday (at the beginning of class). Your
overall score for Quiz 3 will be a weighted average of the in-class
portion and the score for the solutions you turn in Tuesday. You're
on
**your honor**to do the work yourself. You may review the text before you do it, but your work should be as if you were in class. - Overhead for Section 2.8 Homework
- Chapter 3

- Exam 1 Materials:
- Summary of Material to Exam 1
- Review Questions
- Solutions to Review (updated to correct answers to 18(a), 23(e))

- Exam 2 Materials:
- Review Materials for Exam 2
- Solutions to the review questions. If you see anything that looks like it may be an error, please let me know. (Updated to solve the correct Exercise 8).

- Exam 3 Materials:
- FINAL EXAM materials

**Elvis the Calculus Dog**Original Paper is here, Video from CNN is here**Math Folklore:**The Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz and the Pythagorean Theorem.- The 7 (now 6) greatest unsolved problems in Mathematics (The Millenium Prize Problems)
- Why is Calculus Important?
- So who invented Calculus? Read short biographies of Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz...
- The television show NOVA on PBS suggests that Isaac Newton had some dark secrets
- Why are there 360 degrees in a circle (instead of say, 100 degrees)?
- Why "Pi"?