MATH 1007A [0.5 Credit] Elementary Calculus I Basic Information: Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 18:35-19:55 starting May 8, 2018 Tutorial Schedule: Tuesdays: 17:35-18:25 starting May 15thCourse Instructor: Kyle Harvey Email: [email protected]Office Hours: I can be found in the Math Tutorial Centre (HP 3422) from 3:30pm –5:30pm Mondays to Thursdays. You can also book appointments if needed. Course Webpage: All course material will be made available through CuLearn. Course Information: Prerequisites: Ontario Grade 12 Mathematics: Advanced Functions, or MATH 0005 & MATH 0006 Textbook: J. Hass, M.D. Weir, G.B. Thomas, Single Variable University Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 3rded., available at the Campus Bookstore. Other Resources: This course will be using Pearson’s MyMathLabfor weekly homework quizzes. For the summer term, this will provide free access to an online textbook and access to the quizzes. If you are comfortable with using an electronic online textbook, there will be no need to purchase the textbook for the summer term. Course Overview: Limits. Differentiation of the elementary functions, including trigonometric functions. Rules of differentiation. Applications of differentiation: max-min problems, curve sketching, approximations. Introduction to integration: definite and indefinite integrals, areas under curves, fundamental theorem of calculus. Classes All lectures will have Powerpoint Presentations posted on cuLearn. It is highly recommended that you print the slides and bring them in as we will be discussing all of the content presented in the slides. Remember, it is crucial for your learning to understand the material as well as practice the material.Keeping up with the homework assignments will be key to your success in this course.