This is a coordinated course. Visit the main web page for the course for general information that applies to all sections. This page will give you specific information pertaining to section 04 only.

Final Exam - Friday May 10,
8:00-11:00 am

Chafee 271 (not bisc)

- Introduction
- Goals and Objectives
- Guide for students
- Maple information
- Maple assignments(100 pts out of 700 pts)
- Class work, Homework, and Quizzes (100 pts out of 700 pts)
- Tutor hours
- Basic Integrals - Table of integral formulas
- Answers to homework
- Integrating rational functions
- calculator programs
- Keys to quizzes
- practice exams and keys to exams
- Time table
- Web pages related to calculus

Introduction
This
second course in calculus assumes that you know and can use the basic ideas
covered in MTH 141. It is a 4-credit course, and a challenging one.
You should plan on spending about 7-8 hours per week, outside of class,
working problems, reading the text, and working on Projects. As in MTH
141, we will approach new ideas and problems from algebraic, graphical,
and numerical points of view.

Goals and Objectives. The goals are to have you develop symbol manipulation skills, mathematical modeling skills, skills in the use of technology to treat mathematical problems, an understanding of the language of calculus, and an appreciation for the uses of calculus in the sciences. At the conclusion of this semester you should be able to:

- Calculate integrals using a variety of algebraic and numerical techniques.
- Solve problems in geometry, physics and probability using integrals.
- Solve first order ordinary differential equations by graphical, numerical and algebraic techniques, and to set up mathematical models for problems in the sciences.
- Calculate approximations to functions using the concepts of Taylor and Fourier expansions.
- Determine properties of convergence of numerical and power series.
- Treat problems involving modeling, algebraic calculations and numerical calculations by using technology

Maple assignments:
Listed below are the maple assignments for section (04) of MTH142.
Begin working on the projects well in advance, as you may find that you
have questions. Please come to my office hours with your questions.
The assignments below will turn into buttons that as soon as they are available.

Class work One way I like to inspire students to come to class is to give you work to do in class. You hand this work in for class credit. I keep track of this work and it is the class work portion of your grade. (40pts out of 100pts)

Homework Keep
this in a notebook. You must be self disciplined to do all of the
suggested homework problems and to make sure each one is done correctly.
Remember you learn math by doing it. Doing all of your homework is
essential. It helps you to practice doing all of the problems so
that you can do them quickly enough when the time comes to take a test.
Bring this notebook to my office hours to show me your work and ask questions.
I will ask students to put up homework problems on the board in class.
This will count as extra credit toward the class work*, homework, and
quiz* portion of your grade.

Quizzes I will give you short quizzes in class, once a week. The questions will be similar to homework problems from the material covered in the previous week. I won't give make ups on missed quizzes. Instead, I drop the 3 lowest grades from the semester. Look for the quizzes and solutions on our class web page. (60pts out of 100pts)

Keys to quizzes

Quiz
1

Quiz
2

Quiz
3

Quiz
5

Time Table The
following is a tentative schedule for the semester. We may be slightly
ahead or slightly behind at any given point. The exam dates and due
dates for maple assignments will not change. On the days that "Review"
is indicated, we will mainly go over home works, and work on problems in
class. Keep in mind that quizzes will be given approximately once
a week. The day may not be announced in advanced.

Monday | In Class | Tuesday | In Class | Thursday | In Class |

1/22 | § 6.4 | 1/24 | § 6.5 | ||

1/28 | § 7.1 | 1/29 | § 7.2 | 1/31 | § 7.3 |

2/4 | § 7.4 | 2/5 | § 7.5 | 2/7 | § 7.6 |

2/11 | § 7.7 | 2/12 | § 7.8 | 2/14 | § 8.1 |

2/19 | Review | 2/21 | Review EXAM 1 in evening | ||

2/25 | § 8.2 | 2/26 | § 8.3 | 2/28 | § 8.4 Maple 1 due |

3/4 | § 8.5 | 3/5 | § 8.6 | 3/7 | § 8.7 |

3/18 | § 9.1 | 3/19 | § 9.2 | 3/21 | § 9.3 |

3/25 | Review | 3/26 | Review | 3/28 | Review EXAM 2 in evening |

4/1 | § 9.4 | 4/2 | § 10.1 | 4/4 | § 10.2 Maple 2 due |

4/8 | § 10.3 | 4/9 | § 10.4 | 4/11 | § 10.5 |

4/15 | § 11.1 | 4/16 | § 11.2 | 4/18 | § 11.3 |

4/22 | Review | 4/23 | Review | 4/29 | Review EXAM 3 in evening |

4/29 | § 11.4 | 4/30 | § 11.5 | 5/2 | § 11.6 Maple 3 due |

5/6 | Review | 5/7 | Review |

Guide for students:

Calculus is a demanding course.
You must study the material frequently in order to learn and retain it.
Not only do we sk you to know definitions and apply methods to solve basic
exercises, but also understand ideas and apply them to solve word problems.
A good way to study is to meet with a study group to go over your solutions
to the suggested homework problems. Remember - success in this class
depends on you and how much work you put into it.

Materials you will need for the course are:

- a loose leaf notebook,
- dividers,
- a 3 hole puncher, and
- a graphing calculator - TI-86 is recommended.

The following are suggestions
for during class.

- Take notes, especially the examples given. Be sure to write down both the questions and the answers.
- I will be giving out handouts with some notes on them. Keep these in the proper order in your loose leaf notebook.
- Don't miss class.

Between classes,
it is recommended that you take the following steps.

- Read over the section just covered.
- Do all the suggested homework exercises and problems from that section. Write out the questions as well as the solutions. Keep these in a loose leaf notebook.
- Check answers when available, noting the ones which do not have answers in the back of the book, usually the evens.
- Check your answers with people in your study group or from class.
- We will go over some of the evens in class, so keep track of the ones that are covered in class.
- Come to my office hours to get help with those homework problems that you are not sure of.

Finally, preview the next section. Read ahead.

Solutions to exercises on handout "Integrating Rational Functions"

Chapter 8, more chapter 8, even more from 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 9,10,11

Practice Problems
for Exams:

Practice
for Exam 1 - SOLUTIONS

Key
to Exam 1, part 2

Key
to Exam 2, Key to Exam 2 makeup

Review for
Exam 3

Key
to Exam 3

EXTRA CREDIT MAPLE: If you
didn't get 100%, you may redo assignment 1 and hand it in

again, to improve the grade on
this one assignment. You MUST use the

electronic submission and have
it in to me by midnight Tues March 19.

EXTRA CREDIT Toward the QUIZ grade:
Practice chapter 7:

Review problems

14,16,18,22,24,30,32,36,38,42,47,52,58
(these are all with

substitutions or by parts)

Using the tables: 76,81,82,84,

methods of section 7.4: 116,118,121.

You must show your work.
I will grade as right or wrong, no partial

credit. Then you will get
one chance to redo it.

DUE 1st time: March 21

Due 2nd time: March 28.

PLEASE - don't bother to just copy
over someone elses work. THE WHOLE

POINT is to practice, get better
at this, get my feedback and try

again. Don't forget you will
be tested on this material again for the

final exam.