Unformatted text preview: Math 408C: Diﬀerential and Integral Calculus
Spring Semester 2011 Unique Numbers 55420, 55425, and 55430 Where am I?
You are in Associate Professor Dan Knopf’s 408C class. • Lectures are 2:00–3:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays in RLM 4.102. Your TA is Bobby Grizzard. Problem sessions meet Mondays and Wednesdays. • Section 55420 meets 12:00–1:00 PM in RLM 7.124. • Section 55425 meets 2:00–3:00 PM in RLM 7.124. • Section 55430 meets 3:00–4:00 PM in RLM 6.122. Why am I here?
Math 408C introduces the concepts and methods of diﬀerential and integral calculus. We study calculus because it provides a useful language and a powerful toolkit for describing and modeling the world around us. This course will develop practical problem solving skills, enhanced by intuitive geometric understanding. Its main topics include limits, continuity, derivatives, maxima and minima, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, integration, calculating areas and volumes, and techniques of integration. What are the prerequisites for this course?
To remain in this course, you must have earned a score of at least 80 on the Alexs placement exam. The ofﬁcial departmental page is: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/academics/courses/descriptions/M408C.php What textbook should I have?
Calculus, Sixth Edition, by James Stewart (available at the University Co-op Bookstore). How can I get extra help and information?
• The contact information for your professor and TA is below. We encourage you to come to us for individualized help if needed! Name
Dan Knopf Bobby Grizzard E-mail
[email protected] [email protected] Oﬃce
RLM 9.152 RLM 11.146 Phone
471.8131 475.8809 Oﬃce hours
3:30–5:30 Tuesdays 1:00–2:00 MWF • Homework assignments in this course will use Quest, an online Learning and Assessment system. For information on how to enroll in and use Quest, see: https://quest.cns.utexas.edu/student/ and http://web4.cns.utexas.edu/quest/support/student/ ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course M 408c taught by Professor Mcadam during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '06