Math 141: Calculus I, Fall 2019
University of Rhode Island
Math 141 introduces the study of calculus. Topics discussed in the course include functions and their graphs, limits, the derivative, applications to finding rates of change and extrema and to graphing, the integral, and applications. The further study of calculus takes place in MTH 142 (Calculus II) and MTH 243 (Calculus for Functions of Several Variables).
The main goal of Math 141 is to prepare students for further study in mathematics, basic sciences, or engineering by introducing them to fundamental ideas used in measuring change and limiting behavior of functions, including limits, derivatives, and integrals, as well as techniques of differentiation and how to apply these to solve realworld problems. Along the way, you will develop new skills in problem solving and critical reasoning. More detailed goals for the course can be found below.
MTH141 Calculus 1 satisfies the URI General Education Requirements A1 and B3.
Calculus: Single Variable, 7th editionDeborah HughesHallett, Andrew Gleason, William McCallum, et al.
ISBN: 1119379334
This comes with new textbooks in the bookstore. You can also buy a code directly from Wiley. The account you set up with Wiley for the MTH 141 text may be used again, without extra charge, in MTH 142 sections that use this same textbook. 
Sec.  Instructor  Meeting Times  Classroom  

0001  Erika Fiore  T/Th 8:009:15; W 8:008:50  Avedisian 240  
0002  Jake Smith  T/Th 8:009:15; W 8:008:50  Lippitt 205  
0003  Madhav Sharma  T/Th 9:3010:45; M 9:009:50  Swan 311 (T/Th), Lippitt 204 (M)  
0004  Michael Barrus  T/Th 9:3010:45; W 9:009:50  Lippitt 205  
0005  Gregory Leclerc  T/Th 11:0012:15; M 11:0011:50  Swan 203 (T/Th), Lippitt 205 (M)  
0006  Juhyung Lee  T/Th 11:0012:15; M 11:0011:50  Quinn 314 (T/Th), Lippitt 204 (M)  
0007  Juhyung Lee  T/Th 12:301:45; M 12:0012:50  Quinn 104 (T/Th), Lippitt 204 (M)  
0008  Madhav Sharma  T/Th 12:301:45; W 12:0012:50  Swan 203 (T/Th), Lippitt 204 (W) 
Math 141 is a challenging course, but you can succeed  it just takes hard work and persistence. Here are some things you can do to help yourself out:
The course grade will be based on three midterm exams, online homework (administered by WileyPLUS), Mathematica homework, sectionspecific classwork, and a final exam.


Homework for this course will be submitted through the online system WileyPLUS. WileyPLUS requires a registration code, which comes with each new copy of the textbook. If you wish to purchase a used textbook, you may also buy a registration key directly from Wiley. You are responsible for registering for WileyPLUS in a timely fashion. Please note that Wiley offers a grace period, in which you can get immediate access to the text and homework at no charge and pay online for the semester's access within two weeks.
Section  Instructor  URL 

0001  Erika Fiore  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723625 
0002  Jake Smith  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723626 
0003  Madhav Sharma  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723627 
0004  Michael Barrus  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723628 
0005  Gregory Leclerc  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723629 
0006  Juhyung Lee  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723630 
0007  Juhyung Lee  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723632 
0008  Madhav Sharma  http://www.wileyplus.com/class/723634 
Please work through each homework assignment as soon as possible after the relevant lecture! If you wait until the last minute, you risk running into technical problems that may keep you from finishing on time. In addition, working through the homework immediately will reinforce your understanding of the material and is a great way to study. You won't save any time by putting it off, so you might as well do it right away!
Late homework submissions will be accepted for two days after the deadline at a 20% penalty and through the end of the semester at a 50% penalty.
This class will have three midterm exams and one final exam, with the following dates, times, and locations. More information on exams will be given closer to the first exam.
Exam  Time  Location 

Midterm #1  Tuesday October 1, 67:30 PM  Chafee 271 
Midterm #2  Tuesday October 29, 67:30 PM  Chafee 271 
Midterm #3  Tuesday December 3, 67:30 PM  Chafee 271 
Final Exam  TBD  TBD 
Makeup exams may be given for students who miss an exam due to an emergency or to an approved scheduling conflict (see below). Makeup exams must be scheduled after the original exam and will be administered as soon as is reasonably feasible.
If you miss any exam due to illness or emergency, you must contact your instructor within 24 hours. If you know that you will need to miss an evaluation due to religious observances or Universitysanctioned events (including another class's exam), then you must contact your instructor at least 48 hours before the relevant evaluation.
In all cases, absences must be documented. Failure to provide documentation for an absence will result in a grade of zero for the exam.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 require the University of Rhode Island to provide academic adjustments or the accommodations for students with documented disabilities. The student with a disability shall be responsible for selfidentification to the Disability Services for Students in the Office of Student Life, providing appropriate documentation of disability, requesting accommodation in a timely manner, and followthrough regarding accommodations requested. It is the student's responsibility to make arrangements for any special needs and the instructor's responsibility to accommodate them with the assistance of the Office of Disability Services for Students.
Any student with a documented disability should contact their section instructor as early in the semester as possible so that they may arrange reasonable accommodations. As part of this process, please be in touch with Disability Services for Students Office at 330 Memorial Union, 4018742098.
It is the policy of the University of Rhode Island to accord students, on an individual basis, the opportunity to observe their traditional religious holidays. Students desiring to observe a holiday of special importance must provide written notification to each instructor.
The goals of the course are:
MTH141 Calculus 1 satisfies the URI General Education Requirements A1 and B3.
At the end of the course, the student should be competent in the following areas: