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syllabus - MATH 101 B Functions Discrete and Continuous I...

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MATH 101 B - Functions: Discrete and Continuous I, Fall 2004 Instructor: Cem Güneri E-mail: [email protected] Office : FENS 1053 Office hours: Mon. 9.30-10.30, Wed. 13.30-14.30 Phone: 9521 Lectures Tuesday 12.40-14.30, GSM 1099; Thursday 14.40-15.30, FENS G077 Teaching Assistants B1,7: Burak Yöndem, [email protected]…, FENS 2301, tel: 2301 B2,8: Eren Şimşek, [email protected]…, FENS 2107, tel: 2079 B3,9: Nilay Duruk, [email protected]…, FENS 1001, tel: 2310 B4,10: Ayşegül Verim, [email protected]…, FENS 2100, tel: 2118 B5,11: Çağdaş Önal, [email protected]…, FENS 1114, tel: 2121 B6,12: Cevat Manap, [email protected]…, FENS 1001, tel: 2310 Textbook Calculus , 3rd Edition, Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, McCallum et al. We will cover majority of the topics in the first eight chapters. Course Outline The aim of this course is to understand two key concepts of calculus: derivative and integral. While knowing how to do computations related to these concepts is important for many purposes, really understanding what they mean and how these things work out the way they do is important. So, we will learn the ideas
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