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Unformatted text preview: Math 127 Calculus 1 for the Sciences Fall 2011 Objectives: 1. To give a thorough discussion of differentiation and integration, the basic processes of calculus, and their application in a wide variety of contexts. 2. To give you experience in writing well-organized and readable mathe- matical solutions, so that you will be able to communicate mathematical or technical ideas. 3. To give you experience in reading mathematics books (for example, the course text), so that you will be able to learn and use mathematics independently, whatever your field of endeavour. Text: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, custom 7 th edition, by James Stewart. This is a custom version including chapters 1-13 in the bookstore, which has everything needed for Math 127 and 128. It is also on reserves in the DC library (call # UWD 1479). Website: https://learn.uwaterloo.ca . The website will be used for the purpose of posting assignments, solutions, and for the occasional announcement such as test locations. It is also a good idea to have contact information for at least one of your classmates in case you miss a lecture, since some announcements made in the lecture might not be posted on the website. Assignments: There will be 10 assignments, which will be due on Wednesdays each week except for the first week and test weeks. Depending on your instructor, you will hand your assignments in to a drop box or in class. Marked assignments will be returned in the following tutorial. Unclaimed assignments will be kept for 2 weeks, possibly in a box in the hallway. If you object to the box-in-the-hallway practice, please speak with your instructor. Tutorials: The tutorials are held on Mondays from 5:30-6:50, and will involve extra examples, hints, and/or one-on-one help with the assignments. You are strongly encouraged to start working on each assignment before coming to the tutorials. The first tutorial will be on September 19 th . Prep. Test: There will be a Mathematics Preparedness Test from 5:30 - 6:45pm in your tutorial room on the first day of lectures (September 12 th ). This test is mandatory. Tests: Test Date Time Topics Covered Prep. Test Mon. Sep. 12 5:30-6:45 High school material....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course MATH 127 taught by Professor Prof.smith during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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