http://www.nd.edu/~b1hu/math10350-07F/index.html

** Textbook:** "CALCULUS OF A SINGLE VARIABLE",
eighth edition by Larson, Hostetler and Edwards. ISBN: 0-618-50303-X.
Copyright 2006 Houghton Mifflin Company.
If you do not purchase your textbook at our university bookstore, it is
your responsibility to make sure you have the correct textbook.

** Syllabus:**
We will cover Chapters 1 through 4. Here is our homework information.

**
Here are some very important Study Tips.**

Ploting graph with Mathematica is easy. Here are some examples:

1. Plot[ Sin[x] - 1/3 Sin[3x] + 1/5 Cos[5x], {x, 0, Pi}] (This plots one function from 0 to Pi) 2. Plot[ {x^2 + 3x -x^(-0.5), 2x + 3 + 0.5 x^(-1.5)}, {x, 0.3, 3}] (This plots two functions from 0.3 to 3) 3. To integrate or to find anti-derivatives in x, use Integrate[ x^3 + x^2 - Sin[2x], x] Make sure you use numerical enter key when entering commands. Do not use the usual return key.The university has purchased a site licence for all students to use Mathematica. You can download this software at https://oit.nd.edu/software/licenseinfo/index.shtml (click on Mathematica 6 for Students) and install it on your PC or Mac following the instruction. If you have any problem on installation, please contact OIT help desk 631-8111 during the regular service hours M-F 8 am to 5 pm.

**Class time: ** (click on your section for more information about your section,
if the link is alive)

Sec. | Class time (MWF) | Instructor | Tutorials (Thursdays), TA | |||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

01 | 9:35-10:25, HAYE 117 | Hu | 12:55-1:45 DBRT 214 | Ge | 3:30-4:20 DBRT 313 | Ge |

02 | 10:40-11:30, DBRT 131 | Wong | 11:00-11:50 HAYE 117 | Ge | 2:00-2:50 DBRT 116 | Sunyeekhan |

03 | 12:50-1:40, NIEU 118 | Lim | 9:30-10:20 DBRT 208 | Sunyeekhan | 11:00-11:50 PTCR 114 | Sunyeekhan |

04 | 1:55-2:45, DBRT 102 | Zhang | 12:55-1:45 DBRT 119 | Holliman | 3:30-4:20 DBRT 312 | Kohlhaas |

**Office hours:** (The Math 10350 web site will have the most up-to-date information)

Sec. | Instructor | Office | Phone | Office hours | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

01 | Bei Hu | HAYE 146 | 1-5352 | Hu.1@nd.edu | MWF 9:00 - 9:25 am and MWF 10:35 -11:25 am, or by appointment |

02 | Pit-Mann Wong | HAYE 232 | 1-7586 | Wong.2@nd.edu | TBA |

03 | Arthur Lim | HAYE 250 | 1-6658 | arthurlim@nd.edu | TTh 6:00 - 7:30 pm. |

04 | Yongtao Zhang | HAYE 242 | 1-6079 | Zhang.103@nd.edu | TW 5:30 - 6:30 pm, and F 3:00 - 4:00 pm, or by appointment. |

TA | Jian Ge | HAYE 253B | 1-5459 | jge@nd.edu | Th 4:30 - 6:00 pm. |

TA | Gun Sunyeekhan | HAYE 253B | 1-5459 | gsunyeek@nd.edu | MWF 3:30 - 4:30 pm. |

TA | Angela Kohlhaas | HURL 281 | 1-9585 | kohlhaas.1@nd.edu | T 4:00 - 6:00 pm, or by appointment. |

TA | Curtis Holliman | HAYE 215 | 1-3107 | chollima@nd.edu | TBA |

**Important dates:**

Test 1 | Tuesday, Sept 25, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 8 am - 9:15 am | 100 points | |||

Test 2 | Thursday, Oct 18, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 8 am - 9:15 am | 100 points | |||

Test 3 | Tuesday, Nov 27, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 8 am - 9:15 am | 100 points | |||

Final | Saturday, Dec 15, 2007 | Hu: 123 NIEU | Wong: 283 GALV | Lim: 102 DBRT | Zhang:127 NIEU | 1:45 pm - 3:45pm | 150 points |

Quizzes and Group Activities | 25 points | ||||||

Homeworks | 25 points |

**Review sessions:**

Review session for Test 1 | Monday, Sept 24, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 7 pm - 9 pm |

Review session for Test 2 | Wednesday, Oct 17, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 7 pm - 9 pm |

Review session for Test 3 | Monday, Nov 26, 2007 | All sections: DBRT 101 | 7 pm - 9 pm |

Review session for Final | Friday, Dec 14, 2007 | All sections: Jordan Hall of Science 101 | 7 pm - 9 pm |

**Calculators:
Calculators are not allowed on any of our exams.**
You may use your calculators for homeworks, but it is strongly
recommended that you do not rely on any of the graphing functions
on the calculator.

**Sample exams.** These are the actual exams from the past.

**Calculus Help Room,
Fall 2007, all at HAYE 231**

Monday | 7:00-9:00 PM | Logan Axon, Don Brower, Matt Rissler |

Tuesday | 7:00-9:00 PM | Yen-Chang Huang, Sasha Lyapina, Josh Cole |

Wednesday | 7:00-9:00 PM | Jian Ge, Sujin Khomrutai, Jacob Carson |

Thursday | 7:00-9:00 PM | Anastasia Grekioti, Gun Sunyeekhan, Tom Edgar |

** Class Attendance:**
A first-year student who accumulates 4 or more
unexcused absences may be given an F.

** Tutorials:** The Thursday tutorials are mandatory. Quizzes
will be conducted during the tutorial sessions, and homeworks are
collected in the tutorials. Quizzes and homeworks
count a total of 50 points towards your final grade. **
There are no tutorial sessions on Oct 18, the date of exam 2.
**
See the homework schedule for the special arrangement for that week.

** Homeworks:**
Homework problems
are already assigned for each class meeting. Homework problems will be
collected **during the Thursday's tutorials.**
You are encouraged to work on homework problems in groups, but the
assignments must be turned in individually. Remember that you ** will not
learn anything by simply copying another student's work
or the Student Solutions Manual.** The main purpose
of the homework is to help you learn the material. Experience shows that
students who take their homework seriously do very well in the
course because they have a better understanding of the material.
**No late homeworks will be allowed without the written permission
from your instructor.**

**Missed exams:**
Note that there will be three Midterm Exams
and a Final Exam. A student who misses an examination will
receive ** zero points** for that exam unless he or she has written
permission from the Dean of the First Year of Studies.
Please be aware that **travel plans, sleeping in, defective
alarm clocks ** etc are ** not** considered to be a valid excuse
by the Dean of the First year of Studies!
If you have a valid excuse (illness, excused athletic absence etc)
for missing an exam, please see your instructor ASAP
(preferably before the exam) and
a makeup exam will be scheduled.

** Exam conflicts:** The exam conflicts are governed by
Academic code. According to Section 14.2,
students with ** 3 or more** finals in one day, or
** 4 or more ** finals in a 24 hour period, may negotiate to change
the time of one of these finals. If you intend to request to have the time
of your Math 10350 final changed, you must talk to your instructor by
** Nov 16**.

** Honor Code:**
Both examinations and homework are conducted under
The honor code.
While discussion in small groups in doing homework is permitted (and
strongly encouraged) in this course, the work should be your own.
Exams are closed book and are to be done completely
by yourself with no help from others.

** Collaborate learning and Tutoring: ** For our course, the First
Year of Study Learning Resource Center (LRC) runs a regular
"collaborative learning", "tutoring", and "help" sessions.
Please see their web site
http://www.nd.edu/~fys/lrc.html for details.
To register: contact them at 631-5294 or send email to
Nahid.A.Erfan.1@nd.edu.
If you participate "collaborative learning" or "tutoring" sessions,
regular attendance is required and two absences will result in dismissal.
Here is a detailed schedule
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