CALCULUS I FALL 2019 UPDATE PAGE
SITARAMAN


Welcome.
Here you will see info about what we did in class, upcoming exams, solutions for past exams, etc.,
CHECK AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK!!

SYLLABUS

COURSE PAGE

Started 8/13/2019

UPDATE PAGE from Fall 2018 Calculus I with solutions to tests, quizzes, etc.,
You can get into the online homework website Webassign
More details soon.

TUTORIAL LAB OPEN IN ASB-B 109 WEEKDAYS 9 TO 9, WEEKENDS 12 TO 3. CLOSES FRI AT 5.



CLASS WILL MEET MWF 11.10 to 12 pm MWF CB4 Room 318 (BUSINESS SCHOOL BLDG)
Note: room change has been requested because CB4 318 is small; Keep checking this page and bisonweb.
AND 11.10 to 12 pm Thu LKH 200 (LOCKE HALL)


For our first meeting on 8/19:
Please do the diagnostic test in the textbook (just before "Preview of calculus") to make sure you are prepared for course.
SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM FOR MORE MATERIAL TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR CLASS
SEE YOU IN CLASS MONDAY!




PLEASE USE ebook for Stewart's Calculus 8th edition Early transcendentals so that the numbers of problems are same.

Tuesday, 8/13/2019
The following are from Spring 2016 but you can work on them to get started on the course:

Supplementary material:
Two more graphs related to climate change, following up on practice problem 11 on p.20:
Graph of CO2 over past 650000 years
Graph of CO2 over past 60 years
You are welcome to check out my fall 2015 course Patterns in Environmental Math if you are interested in learning more.


Youtube video showing how to approximate pi (or area of circle of radius 1 or half the perimeter of same circle) using polygons.
In the first part they show the theory and how to find the perimeter of various polygons (squares, pentagons, hexagons,...) that approximate the circle. Lot of formulae in this part.
In the last part they make a neat spreadsheet with perimeters for the different polygons as you increase the number of sides.
This is a great illustration of the limit process because you can see clearly how the polygons kind of merge with the circle at the same time as their perimeter approaches pi times their "diameter."

Please do the diagnostic test in the textbook (just before "Preview of calculus") to make sure you are prepared for course.