MATH 106 syllabus - Extrema, applications Mar 11 Extrema...

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Math 106 Spring 2008 Instructor: R. Durrett, 523 Malott Hall, 255-8282, rtd1@cornell.edu Text: Calculus with Applications. Lial, Greenwell, and Ritchey, 8 th edition Course page on blackboard has syllabus, homework assignments, solutions, etc. Jan 22 – Intro to course, 3.3 Rates of change Jan 24 – 3.3/4.1 Definition of derivative Jan 29 – 4.1/4.2 Computing derivatives Jan 31 – 4.2 Products and quotients Feb 5 – 4.3 Chain rule Feb 7 – 4.4 Derivative of exponential Feb 12 – 4.5 Derivative of logarithm Feb 14 – Review Feb 19 – Prelim I Feb 21 – 13.1,13.2 Trig functions Feb 26 – 13.2 Derivatives of trig functions Feb 28 – 5.1, 5.2 Increasing and decreasing functions, relative extrema Mar 4 – 5.3 Higher derivatives, concavity, the second derivative test Mar 6 – 6.1, 6.2
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Unformatted text preview: Extrema, applications Mar 11 Extrema continued Mar 13 7.1. Antiderivatives Mar 25 Review Mar 27 Prelim II Apr 1 7.1,7.2 Antiderivatives, substitution Apr 3 7.2 More examples of substitution Apr 8 7.3, 7.4 Area under curve, fundamental theorem of calculus Apr 10 11.1 Continuous probability models Apr 15 8.1 Integration by parts Apr 17 Review Apr 22 Prelim III Apr 24- 11.2 Mean and variance April 29, May 1 Review for final All three prelims in Rockafeller, Schwartz Auditorium 7:30-9PM Final Exam Tuesday May 13, 7-9:30 PM, location TBA. Grading: Best 2 out of 3 prelims, 25% each. Homework 15%. Final 35%. 9 Homeworks, turn in in section. No late homework. You may drop 1. No make-up prelims. For conflicts there is an early session at 5:30....
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