MA129 - Winter Term, 2009 MATHEMATICS 129C Introductory...

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Winter Term, 2009 (continued on reverse) MATHEMATICS 129C – Introductory Calculus Course Instructor: Mr. Shane Bauman Office: BA436 (Bricker Academic) Telephone: 519-884-0710 ext 2972 E-mail: sbauman@wlu.ca Office Hours : Monday: 12:30 to 1:20 pm; Wednesday: 12:30 to 1:20 pm and 2:30 to 4:30 pm Other times by appointment. Course Coordinator: Dr. Cristina Stoica Lectures: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11:30 am - 12:20 pm Room: N1001 (Science Building) Problem Sessions: It is compulsory that students attend the one problem session (also called tutorials or labs ) per week in which they are registered. These are designed to allow students the opportunity to develop their mathematical skills and use concepts taught in the lectures. Required Text: E.F. Haeussler and R.S. Paul, Introductory Mathematical Analysis, Fifth Custom Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall 2008. MA129 Website: Go to Laurier’s Department of Mathematics/Faculty of Science website. Click on “Course Information and Timetables”, click on “100-level” and then click on “Course Materials” for MA129. Calculators: You may use a non-graphing non-programmable, electronic calculator containing logarithmic and exponential functions during the MA129 tests. Trigonometric functions are not needed. Assigned Problems: In MA129, no marks are directly allotted for doing homework exercises and there are no homework assignments to be handed in for grading. However, your performance in the course is measured by your ability to solve problems on quizzes and tests. Therefore, regular and conscientious practice at problem solving is essential to doing well in the course. In fact, some quiz, test and final exam questions will be modeled after homework problems. Because we will move at a rapid pace (remember, this is a university mathematics course), it is very important that you do the homework as it is assigned, and not fall behind. Homework Problems will be posted on the MA129 website. Getting Help: Besides visiting office hours, here are some additional resources. 1. Math Assistance Centre: Located in Room BA432, the MAC offers workshops and resources for students requiring remediation in mathematics. For more information and hours of operation, see the MAC website which is accessible from the Mathematics Department homepage. 2. Textbook Exercises. Answers to all odd-numbered exercises are given in the textbook. Solutions to all
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MA129 - Winter Term, 2009 MATHEMATICS 129C Introductory...

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