February 11, 2008
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
MATH 221 – Calculus I
Spring 2008
Course Information
Credit Hours:
Three
Sections/Time/Location:
Lecture Section 011
Lecture Section 012
Text and Bibliographic Materials Required:
Calculus and Its Applications,
by Goldstein, Lay
and Schneider, 11th Edition.
Optional workbook
:
Oh, Calculus – A workbook for MATH 221
, by
Georgia B. Pyrros, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company (any edition).
Calculator Policy:
A graphing calculator is required (TI86 or below).
During class, I will use the TI83 Plus graphing calculator.
Instructor Information
Professor:
Dr.
Cristina Bacuta
Telephone:
Ext. 1887 (or 3028311887)
Office Location
: 305 Ewing Hall
Office Hours:
M, W, F: 10 AM 11 AM, T 2:303:30 PM, and by appointment.
Email:
cr
[email protected]
Note: Please provide your name and discussion number with every email
message.
Teaching Assistants:
Lecture 011 Discussion sections 030033  Rachel Bauer
[email protected]
Lecture 012 Discussion sections 040043 – Jenna Lee Bratz
[email protected]
Web Page:
I will use WebCT to post announcements, reviews and grades. You may access
WebCT from the
MyCourses
webpage using your UDelNet ID at
https://www.udel.edu/mycourses/
Course Description
Topics include functions, graphing functions, limits, derivatives, exponential and logarithmic
functions, and integration. It requires two years of high school algebra and one year of geometry.
Credit cannot be received for both MATH221 and MATH 241.
(
Note
: This is an outdated
description of the course that does not reflect the need for a precalculus background).
Course Attendance Policy
: Class attendance is required.
I encourage you to attend every lecture and discussion class. In the lecture, we introduce the
concepts, prove important results, make theoretical connections among topics and present special
cases and examples. The discussion class is designated for applications and reviewing homework
type problems. In borderline cases, attendance will be taken into consideration. College attendance
policy as outlined on pages 6162 of the 20072008 Undergraduate Catalog
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