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Web Homework Math 116 Final Exam

The Undergraduate Math Program

Course Description


This is an honors version of Math 114. It will cover the material in greater depth than that course, with more challenging problems and more attention to definitions and to the reasons behind the results. Like Math 114, the course assumes familiarity with the material in Math 103 and Math 104. Math 116 is followed by Math 260, an honors version of Math 240. The precise sequence of topics within each semester will differ somewhat between the Math 114-240 sequence and the Math 116-260 sequence; but over the course of the two semesters, the honors sequence will cover the usual material and more. Students who wish to take further mathematics courses beyond Math 116 and 260 will be prepared to take either of two sequences in analysis/advanced calculus (Math 360-361 or Math 508-509), and either of two sequences in abstract and linear algebra (Math 370-371 or Math 502-503).

Textbook:

Tom Apostol, Calculus, volume I, second edition. On reserve at MPA library, DRL 3N1.

Contents of course:

  • Foundations of Calculus: rigorous review of the real and complex numbers, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration
  • Vector Algebra and its Applications
  • Calculus of Vector-valued Functions
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Linear Spaces, Inner Product Spaces
  • Linear Transformations and Matrices

Detailed syllabus

Home pages: including homework
      Fall 2008,   Fall 2009.

Math 116 Old Final Exams

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Help

Penn Calendars with Important Dates


To the Penn Math Undergrad Web Page.
How to contact us.

Course coordinator:

Dr. Janos Englander

office: MATH 324

office hours: 01:00-01:50 on MF

(The department office is on the second floor in MATH.)

No office hours on midterm days!

Section: 007

Time: 0300-0350 on MWF

Room: ECCR 116


All instructors

001 Steindl

0900-0950 MTWF

ECCR 116

002 Watts

1000-1050 MTWF

ECCR 116

003 Frinak

1100-1150 MTWF

ECCR 116

004 Moorhead

1200-1250 MTWF

ECCR 116

005 Bronstein

0100-0150 MTWF

ECCR 116

006 Weinell

0200-0250 MTWF

ECCR 116

007 Englander

0300-0350 MTWF

ECCR 116

008 Healy

0900-0950 MTWF

MCOL E155

009 Rosenbaum

1100-1150 MTWF

STAD 112

010 Steindl

0800-0850 MTWF

ECCR 1B55

011 Huang

0800-0850

MTWF

MUEN E417

012 Huang

0100-0150

MTWF

FLMG 102


EXAM DATES, ROOMS, AND SOME RULES:

Midterm Exam 1, September 19, Monday, 5:15pm-6:45pm,

Room: see below. We’ve reserved MATH 170 for Extra Time and Reduced Distraction exams. Simple calculators are fine, other electronic devices are not permitted. CLOSED BOOK AND CLOSED NOTES. No cheat sheets. Cell phones should be turned off during exam.

Midterm Exam 2, October 17, Monday, 5:15pm-6:45pm.

Room: same as for MT1.

Material: up to and including 11.8.

Just like for the first MT, the calculator-rule for the rest of the exams is that a SIMPLE calculator can be used.

Here simple means that

— it is not a communications device (like an iPad)

— cannot store material (like pages of formulas)

— not a graphing calculator

Midterm Exam 3, November 14, Monday, 5:15pm-6:45pm.

Room: same as for MT1.

Just like for the first MT, the calculator-rule for the rest of the exams is that a SIMPLE calculator can be used.

Here simple means that

— it is not a communications device (like an iPad)

— cannot store material (like pages of formulas)

— not a graphing calculator

Final Exam, December 15, Thursday, 7:30am-10:00am,

at this location: CLICK  (NOTE RECENT ROOM CHANGES!)

Solution to PR 12 of the final: CLICK



Recitations and TAs:

Calc 3 recitations meet on Tuesdays in the same room that the normal class meets. 

TA sections:

Berg (002, 003, 004)

Blakestad (001, 005)

Chhay (006, 007)

Lamar (008, 009, 011)

Washabaugh (010, 012)

TA offices and emails:

  1. •Berg, Kevin, Math 200  kevin.berg@colorado.edu

  1. •Blakestad, Clifford, Math 214  clifford.blakestad@colorado.edu

  1. •Chhay, Boramey, Math 364  boramey.chhay@colorado.edu

  1. •Lamar, Jonathan, Math 201  jonathan.lamar@colorado.edu

  1. •Washabaugh, Pearce, Math 214pearce.washabaugh@colorado.edu

WRITTEN HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS:

Here is the PDF file of the written HW (not to be confused with WebAssign):

CLICK





ONLINE HW and WEBASSIGN INFO IS HERE

Please read CU policies HERE.

                 Please read further course information HERE.


Textbook:

James Stewart:

Calculus, Concepts and Contexts,

Fourth Edition, Brooks/Cole, 2010.

You also need a Webassign account, which you can purchase either together with the book, or HERE.

You can buy directly from the publisher at this website

http://services.cengagebrain.com/course/site.html?id=1198556

You can also buy the hard copy plus ebook plus multi-term access to on-line homework from the bookstore.

You can buy the textbook from other vendors, but make sure it includes access to on-line homework (EWA).

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