Rachel Lynn - Teaching
Currently Teaching I am not currently teaching. Instead, I am supported by a PRF Research Grant through Purdue University. Courses Taught in the Past
- Summer 2018: I did not teach; instead I was supported by a Summer Research Grant through Purdue University.
- Spring 2018: Instructor for MA 16010 - Applied Calculus I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 3.00. Topics include trigonometric and exponential functions; limits and differentiation, rules of differentiation, maxima, minima and optimization; curve sketching, integration, anti-derivatives, fundamental theorem of calculus. Properties of definite integrals and numerical methods. Applications to life, managerial and social sciences. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Fall 2017: Instructor for MA 16010 - Applied Calculus I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 3.00. Topics include trigonometric and exponential functions; limits and differentiation, rules of differentiation, maxima, minima and optimization; curve sketching, integration, anti-derivatives, fundamental theorem of calculus. Properties of definite integrals and numerical methods. Applications to life, managerial and social sciences. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Summer 2017: I did not teach; instead I was supported by a Summer Research Grant through Purdue University.
- Spring 2017: Recitation Instructor for MA 162I - Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (IMPACT)
Course Description: Credit Hours: 5.00. Continuation of MA 16100. Vectors in two and three dimensions, techniques of integration, infinite series, conic sections, polar coordinates, surfaces in three dimensions. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
See course information from when I taught MA 162 I here.
You can find more information about IMPACT here.
- Fall 2016: Recitation Instructor for MA 161I - Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (IMPACT)
Course Description: Credit Hours: 5.00. Introduction to differential and integral calculus of one variable, with applications. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Designed for students who have not had at least a one-semester calculus course in high school, with a grade of "A" or "B". Not open to students with credit in MA 16500. Demonstrated competence in college algebra and trigonometry. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
See course information from when I taught MA 161 I here.
You can find more information about IMPACT here.
- Summer 2016: Instructor for MA 261 - Multivariate Calculus
Course Description: Credit Hours: 4.00. Planes, lines, and curves in three dimensions. Differential calculus of several variables; multiple integrals. Introduction to vector calculus. Not open to students with credit in MA 174 or 271. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
See course information from when I taught MA 261 here.
- Spring 2016: Instructor for MA 16020 - Applied Calculus 2
Course Description:Credit Hours: 3.00. This course covers techniques of integration; infinite series, convergence tests; differentiation and integration of functions of several variables; maxima and minima, optimization; differential equations and initial value problems; matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Applications. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
See course information from when I taught MA 16020 here.
- Fall 2015: Instructor for MA/STAT 250 - Problems in Probability
Course Description: Credit Hours: 2.00. (STAT 250) This course is designed to teach techniques for solving problems in probability theory which are relevant to the actuarial sciences. It is intended to help actuarial students prepare for the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society Exam P/1. Credit of Examination is not available for this course. MA/STAT 416 is strongly recommended. Typically offered Fall Spring.
See course information from when I taught MA/STAT 250 here.
- Summer 2015: I did not teach; instead I was supported by a Summer Research Grant through Purdue University.
- Spring 2015: Instructor for MA 16010 - Applied Calculus I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 3.00. Topics include trigonometric and exponential functions; limits and differentiation, rules of differentiation, maxima, minima and optimization; curve sketching, integration, anti-derivatives, fundamental theorem of calculus. Properties of definite integrals and numerical methods. Applications to life, managerial and social sciences. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Fall 2014: Instructor for MA 153 - Algebra and Trigonometry I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 3.00. Exponents and radicals; algebraic and fractional expressions. Equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations. Polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Not open to students with credit in MA 15900. Not available for credit toward graduation in the School of Science. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Summer 2014: Co-Instructor for MA 162 - Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
Course Description: Credit Hours: 5.00. Continuation of MA 16100. Vectors in two and three dimensions, techniques of integration, infinite series, conic sections, polar coordinates, surfaces in three dimensions. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Spring 2014: Recitation Instructor for MA 161 - Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 5.00. Introduction to differential and integral calculus of one variable, with applications. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Designed for students who have not had at least a one-semester calculus course in high school, with a grade of "A" or "B". Not open to students with credit in MA 16500. Demonstrated competence in college algebra and trigonometry. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
- Fall 2013: Recitation Instructor for MA 161 - Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
Course Description: Credit Hours: 5.00. Introduction to differential and integral calculus of one variable, with applications. Some schools or departments may allow only 4 credit hours toward graduation for this course. Designed for students who have not had at least a one-semester calculus course in high school, with a grade of "A" or "B". Not open to students with credit in MA 16500. Demonstrated competence in college algebra and trigonometry. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.
See course information from when I taught MA 16010 here.
See course information from when I taught MA 16010 here.