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Unformatted text preview: Math 241 (1&2) Course Information - Spring 2009 INSTRUCTOR: Professor Karl Heinz Dovermann OFFICE: Keller Hall, Rm 419 TEL: 956-7811 E-MAIL: [email protected] HOMEPAGE: http://www.math.hawaii.edu/ ∼ heiner/ TA: Patrick Chevallier ([email protected]) TEXT: Calculus, Early Vectors, James Stewart , Brooks/Cole. A rough time line is: Chapter 0 & 1: Review and Vectors in the Plane (1 week), Chapter 2: Limits and rates of change (2 weeks), Chapter 3: Derivatives (3 weeks), Chapter 5: Applications of differentiation (4 weeks), Chapter 6: Integrals (3 weeks), Chapter 7: Applications of integration (2 weeks). Some sections may be cut short or omitted. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of Math 241, the student will have an understanding of the above listed topics, be able to solve routine problems, and be able to apply the ideas. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: In this introductory level course students learn the basics about differentiation and integration of functions in one variable. The course material is fundamental for majors in mathematics, thevariable....
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course MATH 215 taught by Professor Heiner during the Spring '09 term at Hawaii.
- Spring '09