MA 181 00 H01 (CRN 23144), MTWTh 2:30 PM, REC 307 MA 181 00 H02 (CRN 23146), F 2:30 PM, REC 307

Professor Steve Bell

OFFICE: Math 628

OFFICE PHONE: (765)-494-1967

OFFICE HOURS: T,W,Th 10:00-11:00 am

E-MAIL: bell AT math DOT purdue DOT you_know_where

URL:
http://www.math.purdue.edu/~bell

**Recitation Instructor: Cuiyu He**

OFFICE: Math 709

OFFICE HOURS: M,Th 3:30-4:30 pm

E-MAIL: he75 AT math DOT purdue DOT you_know_where

TEXTBOOK: **Thomas' Calculus**, *12th Edition*, Early Transcendentals

by Weir, Hass, Thomas

Addison Wesley, 2010.

- Exam 1 from 2006 and solutions (skip problem 2.)
- Exam 1 from 2008 and solutions
- The actual Exam 1
- Solutions to the actual Exam 1
- A Pen Cast of solutions to the actual Exam 1

- Exam 2 from Fall 2006 and solutions
- Exam 2 from Fall 2008 and solutions
- The actual Exam 2
- Solutions to the actual Exam 2
- Solutions to the actual Exam 2 in a Pencast PDF
- A Pen Cast of solutions to the actual Exam 2

- An old Final Exam to practice on and Solutions
- Review problems and Solutions and
- More review problems from MA 173
- Even more review problems from MA 173

- Homework 1 due Tuesday, August 30.
- Homework 2 due Wednesday, September 7.
- Homework 3 due Tuesday, September 13.
- Homework 4 due Tuesday, September 20.
- Homework 5 due Tuesday, September 27.
- Homework 6 due Thursday, October 6.
- Homework 7 due Thursday, October 13.
- Homework 8 due Tuesday, October 18.
- Homework 9 due Tuesday, October 25.
- Homework 10 due Tuesday, November 1.
- Homework 11 due Tuesday, November 8.
- Homework 12 due Tuesday, November 15.
- Homework 13 due Wednesday, November 30.
- Homework 14 due Tuesday, December 6.
- Homework 15 due Friday, December 9.

The AFTERMATH -- scribbled over notes from Bell's tablet PC at the end of lecture.

A Maple Tutorial

- The Error estimate for the Rectangle Rule.
- The Error estimate for the Trapezoid Rule.
- Proof of the Remainder term formula in Taylor's formula.

Homework will be collected once a week on Tuesday. Only 5 problems will be graded per week. Each problem will be worth five points and so each homework assignment will be graded on a scale of 0 to 25. The lowest homework score will be dropped before final grades are computed.

There will be two in-class midterm exams and one final exam. No notes, books, or calculators will be allowed during exams. Each hour exam will be worth 100 points, the homework plus quiz grade will be scaled to 100 points, and the final will be worth 200 points, making a total of 500 points for the whole course.

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