*MTH 131 Applied Calculus I-Spring 2003*

Accommodations

Students who require accommodations
and who have documentation from Disability Services (874-2098) should
make arrangements with your instructor as soon as possible.

__Text:__*Applied** Calculus*,
Second Edition, by Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, Lock, Flath, et al.

__Calculators:__ You will need a graphing
calculator for this course. If you already have one and are comfortable
using it, you needn't buy another one. We recommend the TI-83,
or TI-86 if you do not currently have a calculator.

**Calculators may not be permitted for some class
quizzes and for parts of exams. Storage of unauthorized
information in calculator memories during exams will be considered cheating.**

__Acrobat Reader:__ To make effective
use of the course web-site from your personal computer you will need

**to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed.
You probably have it already, but if not, it is available free of charge
from the following site: Adobe Acrobat
Reader**

__About the course: __This is a calculus course
for students of life sciences and other areas. The main emphasis will
be on the interpretation of calculus in numerical, graphical, algebraic
as well as practical terms. The authors of the textbook have gone to great
lengths to fill the book with many exciting, realize examples which show
how calculus concepts appear in life sciences and other areas. The main
topics of the course are differentiation, integration and applications.

__Evaluation:__ All sections
of this course will take the same exams.

**There will be three exams given outside of class
on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 PM on the following dates:**

** Feb 26, Apr 2, April
30.**

**A comprehensive final exam will be given
during the final exam period. Locations will be announced in class. Course
grades will be calculated according to the following distribution:**

**Three exams at 100 points each........ 300
pts**

**Quizzes / homework / classwork*....... 120 pts**

**Projects................................................
30 pts**

**Final Exam............................................
150 pts**

**TOTAL..................................................
600 pts**

*** Note: your instructor will give details in class
about quizzes, homework, and class work.**

**Exam 1: Wed Feb 26, 6 PM.**

**Exam 2: Wed Apr 2, 6 PM.**

**Exam 3: Wed Apr 30, 6 PM.**

**Locations - Report to the appropriate room for
your section. You will meet in the same room for all three exams.**

**FGTY 214 - Seats 90 ----- Section
05 Libis and Section 06 Briden**

**PAST 124 - Seats 193 ----- Section 01 Eaton
and Sections 03 and 04 Thoma**

**Tyler 106 - Seats 40 ----- Section
02 Rudert**

Practice for Exam 1
Solutions to Practice for Exam 1 Key to Exam 1

Practice for Exam 2 Solutions to Practice for Exam 2 Key to Exam 2

Practice for Exam 3
Solutions to Practice for Exam 3
Key to Exam 3

__Projects__

There will be 1 group project assigned. Read the Guide before getting started on your projects.

Project 1 - More info to come.

The *Instructors Solution Manual
*is on reserve in the library. Bring your student ID with you
to request it from the reserve desk. Use the Call#: "MTH132
Personal". Also, please keep it in that same room while using it
so that others who want to use it can find you.

__Tips for success:
Read the textbook__ . An important
part of your mathematical education is acquiring the knack of learning
mathematics on your own, from books. You may not be used to reading mathematics
texts, but you will be actively encouraged to read this one. Your instructor
will let you know what to read for each meeting. By reading the text before
class you will have a better chance of making good use of your time
in class. Don't worry if you don't understand everything. Ask questions
in class and read the material again later.

* Come to Class* . Your instructor
will inform you of the attendance policy for your section.

* Do the homework problems. *The homework
problems are the core of this course. An important purpose of the problems
is to make you think through and master the ideas of the subject so
that you can confidently apply your knowledge in new situations. You
don't learn much from a problem you can do immediately. It is essential
that you devote adequate time attempting to solve each assigned problem.
Discipline yourself not to check the solution manual too quickly, be willing
to spend an occasional half hour or more on a challenging problem. You
may learn a great deal from honest hard work on a problem, even if you
don't succeed in solving it. Read the text material before working on the
problems.

* The Exams will reflect the variety of the
homework problems.* Do not expect to be asked merely to solve
homework problems with the numbers changed. The best way to prepare for
the exams, and to develop confidence in your ability to solve problems,
is to work on the homework problems as suggested. Your class may be slightly
behind or ahead of the syllabus at any given time. Some problems may be
done in class or as homework, as your instructor chooses.

Note that the sections which meet on MWF will be one section behind
until the week of February 17 when they meet 3 times and the TR sections
will meet only once.

WEEK OF | EVENTS | SECTION | SUGGESTED ODD PROBLEMS |

JAN 20 | CLASSES START JAN 21 | 1.2 applet | 1,3,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21 |

1.3 | 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,19,27 | ||

JAN 27 | 1.5 | 3,5,7,13,15,19 | |

1.6 | 1-15 odd, 21,23,25,27,31 | ||

1.7 | 1,3,5,7,9,11,17 | ||

FEB 3 | Section 1.8 is not covered entirely | 1.8 | 1,3,7,9,11 |

1.9 | 1-11 odd, 15,17,21,25,27,39 | ||

1.10 | 7,9,11,17,19,21,23,25,27 | ||

Focus on Modeling - regression | pages 79-82 | 1,3,9,15 | |

FEB 10 | Focus on Modeling - compound interest | pages 86-87 | 1,3,5,9 |

Focus on Theory - limits | pages 91-92 | 1,3,13,15,17,25,27 | |

2.1 | 1,3,7,11,17,19,21,23 | ||

FEB 17 | No Classes Feb 17 | 2.2 | 1-5, 7-13 odd, 19,21,23,25,27 |

Mon classes meet Tues | 2.3 | 1-7 odd | |

FEB 24 | EXAM 1 Wed. FEB 26 @ 6pm | REVIEW | |

2.4 | 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,21,23 | ||

Focus on Theory | pages 133-134 | 3,5,7,9,11,25,27,29 | |

MAR 3 | 3.1 | 1-27 odd, 29,35,39 | |

3.2 | 1-21 odd, 31,33 | ||

Projects | |||

MAR 10 | SPRING BREAK | ||

MAR 17 | 3.3 | 1-29 odd, 31,33,39 | |

3.4 | 2,3,4,111-31 odd, 33,35,37 | ||

3.5 | 1-19 odd, 23 | ||

MAR 24 | Focus on Practice | pages 163-164 | All odd |

Last Day to Drop - Tues Mar 25 | 4.1 | 1,3,9,11,13,15,19,25 | |

Projects | |||

MAR 31 | EXAM 2 - Wed April 2@6pm | REVIEW | |

4.2 | 1-5,7,9,11,17,19,21,27 | ||

4.3 | 1,3,5,7,11,13,19,21 | ||

APR 7 | 4.4 | 1-5,7,11,12,16,26 | |

4.7 | 1,3,5,9,13 | ||

4.8 | 1,3,7,9 | ||

APR 14 | 5.1 | 3,7,11,13,15,17 | |

5.2 | 1,3,7,9,11,13,15,23 | ||

5.3 | 1-11 odd, 15,17,23,25,27 | ||

APR 21 | 5.4 | 1,3,5,7,9,13,17 | |

5.5 | 3,9,11 | ||

6.1 | 1,3,7,9 | ||

APR 28 | EXAM 3 - Wed April 30@6pm | REVIEW | |

7.1 | 1,5,9,13,17,25,29,33,37,41,43 | ||

7.3 | 1,3,5,13,25,31,33 | ||

MAY 5 | LAST CLASS: MAY 6 | REVIEW |