Mth140CMF_ferrando

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Department of Mathematics, Ryerson University MTH 140 (Calculus I) - Fall 2009 Instructor: Sebastian Ferrando Office: ENG 219 e-mail : [email protected] Telephone: 416 979 5000 x4912 Office Hours: Mondays 1pm-2pm, Tuesdays 11am-12pm, Wednesdays 2pm-3pm. Course Website: the MTH140 ‘Blackboard’ web page . Course Objectives: 1. To develop a facility with the concepts and techniques of differential and integral calculus. 2. To provide a strong foundation in calculus as preparation for subsequent courses in mathematics and engineering. 3. To improve the student’s analytic thinking and problem-solving ability. Course Text: Calculus, Early Transcendentals (6th ed.), by James Stewart (Thomson, 2008). It will be used for MTH240 as well. A Student Solutions Manual is shrink-wrapped with the textbook. Note : Older editions of the textbook are not compatible with this course. Optional material : Solved Problems in MTH 140 and MTH 207 , and Part Two of Solved Problems in MTH 140 and MTH 207 by G. Giordano, 2006 (available at the Ryerson Bookstore). Teaching Mode: Four hours of lecture and a 2 hour Lab per week. Evaluation : • 20% Test 1, 1 hour (Rooms TBA), 4 pm, Oct. 2, 2009. • 30% Test 2, 1.5 hours (Rooms TBA), 4 pm, Nov. 6, 2009. • 40% Exam, 2 hours, during EXAM WEEK. • 10% Lab quizzes. The lab format is explained on the web page; go to “Course Documents”.
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course MTH 140 taught by Professor Poliakov during the Fall '10 term at Ryerson.

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Mth140CMF_ferrando - Department of Mathematics, Ryerson...

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