Math 10550 - Calculus I (Sec 04)
Instructor: David Galvin
Here's the final exam for the course. Here are the three midterms (with solutions):
Most of the important information about this course can be found at the departmental Math 10550 webpage. This includes information about:
and much more besides, including links to lots of great resources designed to help you do well in this class. Please visit the 10550 page and take a good look around it. (Note: this page may not be specifically the Fall 2011 Math 10550 page).
Here are some items specific to Sec 04.
- You can keep tabs on your grades through Concourse
- My office hour will be Monday 6pm-7pm, in Hayes Healy 248. If this isn't convenient, please write to me (at firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment. I have free time most days (except Tuesdays) of most weeks.
- Generally, homework extensions can't be granted. If you do have an emergency and need an extension, you have to have your advisor send me an email before I can grant an extension.
- The Math Department runs Math for Everyone, a series of general interest mathematics talk that I can highly recommend. This fall there will be two talks, on September 15 and November 10. You can earn an extra credit point for each talk that you attend --- just send me an email afterwards to give me a quick reaction.