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Welhan – Analytic Geometry and Calculus I Syllabus University of Idaho Fall 2016 Course Math 170 Sections 1,2,3 Credits 4 Lecturer Dr. Manuel Welhan E-mail [email protected] Office Brink Hall B-11 A 885-0528 Hours 12:30– 2:20pm T 10:30–11:20am R Math Department Office Brink Hall 300 Phone 885-6742 Section 01 02 03 Lecture REN 112 8:30– 9:20am M W F Recitation TLC 022 REN 112 TLC 044 8:00– 8:50am T 9:30–10:20am T 11:00–11:50am T TA Joshua Parker E-mail [email protected] Office Brink Hall B-4 885-6350 Hours 9:30–10:20am M 12:30– 1:20pm R Textbook Single Variable Calculus, 2nd Edition (with MML access) Briggs, Cochran & Gillett 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0-321-96514-1 OR Single Variable Calculus, 2nd Edition (book only) Briggs, Cochran & Gillett 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0-321-95489-3 If you have used MyMathLab (MML) before, with this textbook, then you already have access and do not need to purchase it again. BbLearn Website bblearn.uidaho.edu Use this for accessing written/online homework, grades, solutions, and study material. Learning outcomes F The student will have a conceptual understanding of the basic notions of calculus – limit, derivative, and integral – and be able to interpret these appropriately in graphical settings. F The student will be able to use standard techniques to compute limits, derivatives, and integrals, particularly the differentiation rules and the technique of integration by substitution. F The student will understand the definition of the derivative as a limit of difference quotients, and also the definition of the definite integral as a limit of Riemann sums. F The student will be able to apply derivatives and integrals appropriately in application problems to compute rates of change, areas, and volumes. Success The successful student should: 1. Read each textbook section the day before it is covered in lecture. Only by doing this will you know what questions to ask during the lecture/recitation. Use the course calendar posted on BbLearn to see which sections are coming up.
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