Textbook 
Calculus: Early Transcendentals (2nd ed.), Jon Rogawski 


Supervisor 
Mark Pernarowski 


SSC 
Corinne Casolara  Student Success Coordinator



Grading 
Your final course percentage P will be based off four common hour exams and a section
grade determined by your instructor:



Date 

Max points 


Midterm 1 
M1 


100 
(common exam) 

Midterm 2 
M2 


100 
(common exam) 

Midterm 3 
M3 


100 
(common exam) 

Final 
F 


100 
(common/comprehensive) 

Webwork Homework 
HW 


50 
(common) 

Section Grade 
S 


50

(instructor dependent) 

Total 



500 

The section grade S is determined by your section instructor and will be based off
a combination of quizzes and/or homework assignments. Your instructor will communicate
their policies for this.
Your final course percentage P is then determined by:
P = (M1+M2+M3+F+HW+S) / 5
None of the exam, homework or section grades may be "dropped".
The course percentage will be converted to a letter grade using the following scale:
A 
A 
B+ 
B 
B 
C+ 
C 
C 
D 
F 
90100 
8789 
8486 
8083 
7779 
7476 
7073 
6769 
6066 
059 



Prerequistes 
M171 noting University Compentency Requirements and Departmental Policies 


Tutoring/MLC 
Your instructor will let you know what their office hours are for extra help.
The Math Learning Center (MLC  Wil 1112) also provides free tutoring during the
week. Capable tutors (including current M172 instructors) are available according to the following schedule
Corinne Casolara also holds M172 preexam review sessions on the following schedule:

Day of Week 
Review Sheet 

Date 
Time 
Location 









Midterm 1 
Sunday 
Review Sheet #1 
(Solns) 
Feb 8 
2:003:50pm 
LEWH 304 


Monday 


Feb 9 
6:007:50pm 
LINH 125 









Midterm 2 
Thursday 
Review Sheet #2 
(Solns) 
March 5 
6:007:50pm 
REID 105 


Sunday 


March 15 
6:007:50pm 
LINH 125 









Midterm 3 
Thursday 
Review Sheet #3 
(Solns) 
April 9 
6:007:50pm 
REID 104 


Sunday 


April 12 
2:003:50pm 
LEWH 304 









Final 
Monday 
Review Sheet #4 
(Solns) 
May 4 
12:001:50pm 
REID 103 


Tuesday 


May 5 
2:003:50pm 
REID 103 






WeBWork 
Is an online homework system managed by the Mathematical Association of America. Your
username is your netID username and the initial password is your GID number (with
the dash). WeBWork assignments will be periodically added to the site. The assignments
are automatically graded and collectively account for 10% of your overall grade. Two
important links:
WeBWork assignments will have equal weight when counted towards your overall grade.
The three lowest assignment scores will be dropped.



Videos 
Video tutorials for each textbook section covered are posted below under the "Media" column of the Homework section. Hopefully many of you will find
them helpful.



Exam Policies 
Exam content/summary will be announced in class and posted below.
Common hour exams are closed book, no notes and no electronic devices.
The final exam is comprehensive but will have limited scope. The precise contents will be listed later in the semester.
Policies regarding quizzes and/or homework forming your section grade will be communicated to you by your instructor.
Class attendance on common exam days is not required



Exam Dates 
Exam dates, times and locations are listed below by section number. Some sections
will be sharing the same room for certain exams. In those situations it does not matter
where you sit but completed exams will be collected by section number. Know your section
number!
Exam Date and Room Location Schedule: (TENTATIVE)









Section 
MF 

Instructor 
Midterm 1
Wednesday Feb 11 67:50pm

Midterm 2
Tuesday March 17 67:50pm

Midterm 3
Tuesday April 14 67:50pm

Final
Thursday May 7 1011:50am









01 
8:00am 

Shari Samuels 
REID 104 
REID 101 
REID 101 
REID 101 
02# 
9:00am 

Corinne Casolara 
REID 103 
REID 103 
REID 103 
REID 103 
03# 
10:00am 

Corinne Casolara 
REID 103 
REID 103 
REID 103 
REID 103 
04# 
10:00am 

Eric Humberger 
REID 101 
REID 104 
REID 104 
REID 104 
05 
11:00am 

Elizabeth Fulton 
REID 104 
REID 104 
REID 104 
REID 104 
06# 
12:00pm 

Eric Lake 
ROBH 101 
ROBH 101 
ROBH 101 
REID 102 
07# 
1:00pm 

Jerry Markman 
WIL 1141 
ROBH 101 
ROBH 101 
REID 102 
08# 
2:00pm 

Anna Cepek 
ROBH 321 
ROBH 321 
ROBH 321 
ROBH 321 
09 
3:00pm 

Danielle Ciesielski 
WIL 1122 
WIL 1122 
WIL 1122 
WIL 1122 
10# 
12:00pm 

Sarah Schaefer 
ROBH 101 
WIL 1141 
WIL 1141 
WIL 1141 
11 
8:00am 

Anthony Gaussoin 
WIL 1143 
WIL 1142 
WIL 1142 
WIL 1142 
12# 
9:00am 

Justin Nelson 
ROBH 218 
ROBH 301 
ROBH 301 
ROBH 301 

Only MF classroom times are listed above for each section. The sections with a #
mark meet at different times or locations on TR which you may find at the registrar website.



Schedule 
Below is a calendar showing the anticipated schedule (textbook section number). Also shown are Holidays (green) and common exams (red). PDF version here.
Sunday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wed 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
11

12

13

14 Classes start 
15 (5.6)

16 (5.7)

17

18

19 MLKDay 
20 (6.1)

21

22 (6.2)

23 (6.2)

24

25

26 (6.3)

27 (6.3/6.4)

28

29 (6.4)

30 (6.5)

31

1

2 (7.1)

3 (7.1)

4

5 (7.2)

6 (7.2)

7

8

9 Review

10 (no class) 
11 Midterm 1 
12 (7.3)

13 (7.3)

14

15

16 Pres. Day 
17 (7.4)

18

19 (7.5)

20 (7.5)

21

22

23 (7.6)

24 (7.6)

25

26 (7.7)

27 (8.1)

28

1

2 (8.1/8.2)

3 (8.2)

4

5 (10.1)

6 (10.1)

7

8

9 Spring Break 
10 Spring Break 
11 Spring Break 
12 Spring Break 
13 Spring Break 
14

15

16 Review

17 Midterm 2

18

19 (10.2)

20 (10.2)

21

22

23 (10.3)

24 (10.3)

25

26 (10.4)

27 (10.4)

28

29

30 (10.5)

31 (10.5)

1

2 (10.6)

3 Univ. Day. 
4

5

6 (10.6)

7 (10.7)

8

9 (10.7)

10 (10.7)

11

12

13 Review 
14 Midterm 3 
15

16 (11.1)

17 (11.1)

18

19

20 (11.2)

21 (11.2)

22

23 (11.3)

24 (11.3)

25

26

27 (11.4)

28 (11.4)

29

30 Review 
1 Classes end Review 
2 
3 
4

5

6

7 Final 
8 
9 

WeBWork 
Graded portion of homework:

Homework 
Ungraded portion of homework:
Below is a list additional homework problems from the textbook. They are similar
to Webwork assignment questions and (more importantly) are VERY indicative of exam
questions. Though they are not graded it is very important you know the material.
Also note that videos and review materials are included under the "Media" column.


Section 
Suggested Textbook Homework 

Media 
Topic 






Prequisite Worksheet (Due Thursday Jan 22)


1 
Review 





5.6

1,3,4,5,7,11,13,15,17,27,33,39,41,49,54,55, 65,69, 71,79,83,87,89


1 2

Substitution 
5.7 
7,9,11,12,14,15,20,35,39,40,46,47,49,53,59,68 

12 
Inverse Trig. Integrals 
6.1 
1,3,6,7,9,14,17,27,31,39,43,50 

12 
Area between curves 
6.2 
1b,3,5,6,11,13,23,25,27,29,33,45,49 

12 
Volumes, Averages (no flow rates)

6.3 
1,3,6,7,9,11,15,17,19,27,30,35,36,37,39,45,46,51 

123 
Volumes of Revolution 
6.4 
1,3,5,7,9,21,23,33,35,37,39,42,45,46 

12 
Volumes via Shells 
6.5 
11,13,15,17,19,20,21 

12 
Work and Tanks 
7.1 
1,2,5,6,9,11,13,19,23,25,37,39,41,43, 45,47,51,53,72


1234 
Integration by Parts 
7.2 
1,2,3,5,9,15,17,23,24,29,33,35,41,43,44,45, 47,51,53,57,59


1234 Supplemental Notes HW7.2_Solns 
Trigonometric Integrals 

Midterm 1 


Wednesday, Feb. 11, 67:50pm






7.3 
1,3,6,7,11,12,13a,13b,15,17,19,23,25,29, 37,39,43,44,45,46,53,55 

1234 
Trigonometric substitutions 
7.4 
1,2,4,9,11,17,19,23,25,26 

none 
Inverse Hyperbolic Fns. 
7.5 
1,2,5,7,11,13,17,22,29,33,34*,35, 45, 46 (u=x+2),47 (u=e^x),53,54,55,57,60 

1234 
Partial Fractions 
7.6 
1,2,5,11,13,17,20,21,25,27,31,33,37,41,43,55 61,63,67,69 

123 
Improper Integrals 
7.7 
1,2,3,5,11,13,14,23 

none 
Probability 
7.8 
not covered 


Numerical Integration 
8.1 
1,3,5,7,10,15 (implicit diff to get y'),19,21,33, 34,35,39 (perfect square under radical) 

123 
Arclength, Surface area 
8.2 
1d,2a,2d,4a,4c,5,10 (is 441,000N),12,15 

1 
Fluid Pressure 
8.3 
not covered 


Center of Mass 





Review 
1) Integration review worksheet 2) Improper Integrals, Arclength, Surface Area


Review_1 Review_2 







Midterm 2 


Tuesday, March 17, 67:50pm






10.1 
15,16,17,21,23,25,35,39,40 (take logs),43,45 51,55, 57,61,63,65


12 
Sequences 
10.2 
1,3,5,11,13,17,18,21,23,25,27,29,31,37 

123 
Summing Series 
10.3 
1,3,9,10,11,15,16,24,25,31,33,39,41,43,45 47 (L'Hopital),49,51,55,59,63 (1/(n*ln(n)),69,75,77


123 
Series Convergence 
10.4 
3,5,6,7,9 (n>(ln(n))^2),12,13,19,22,23,24,27,30


123 
Abs. & Cond. Convergence 
10.5 
1,3,5,6,9,13,17,19,27,29,31,36,3739,41,4348,51,52,55 

12 
Ratio/Root tests 
10.6 
1,3,5,7,9,12,15,19,21,23,29,33,35,41,45,49 

12 
Power series 
10.7 
1,315(odd),19,21,27,3134,41,67,81,83 

123 
Taylor series 
Review

Review: Series Convergence tests Review: Medium/Hard difficulty problems Review: True/False questions


12 1 1Soln 1 







Midterm 3 


Tuesday, April 14, 67:50pm

11.1 
7,9,11,19,23,25,26,27,31,35,43,53,55,57,61 

12 
Parametric Equations 
11.2 
1,3,4,7,9(hard),12,15,17,19 

1

Arclength, speed 
11.3 
3,5,11,13,15,1721,24,27,29,37 

123

Polar Coordinates 
11.4 
1,3,5,7,9,11,13,19,25,27,30 (Hard: u=sin(theta)),31 

123 
Area/Arclength in Polar 
11.5 
none 


Conic sections 
Review 
1) Integration worksheet (simple/medium) 2) Chapter 11 "review" is the homework


Review_3 







Final 


Thursday, May 7, 1011:50am



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Supplementary Points of interest
There are many interesting and unusual things we don't have time to cover.
Some of these will be listed in the table below with a brief description and link. In some cases these may be
links to cool free software or web teaching aids. Enjoy!
Category 
Description 
Media 

Surface Area

Odd things can happen on infinite domains. Here's an example of a object with finite
volume but infinite surface area!! The "ice cream cone" is commonly called Gabriels
Horn. The calculations are nasty but undeniable.

1 
PDF 
Taylor Polynomials

If any of you know symbollic manipulator program such as Maple or Mathematica, you'd
know that tedious Taylor Polynomial caculations are easy. Here's sample Maple code
illustrating this.


MAPLE CODE 

Taylor Polynomials of e^x 


Series 
If a series is conditionally convergent, you can sum it in a different order and make it converge to any number you wish!! Weird but true.

1 
PDF 
Series 
There are some free sites that have cool web interface teaching aids for series. The future is coming but you should take such aids with a grain a salt. They can sometimes give misleading results. ......so you still need to know the material!

1 
WEBSITE 
TECBL  Technology Enhanced Criteria Based Learning
