Math 1310 Section R

Integral Calculus with applications

Course Outline, Winter, 2003


Instructor: Sid Scull
Office: 534 Atkinson
 Office Hours:  Tu 6-7 or by appointment

Phone: 736-6676
E-mail: scull@yorku.ca


Course Description:

We begin with a review of the definite integral and the Fundamental  Theorem of Calculus. Applications  to calculating areas and volumes. Transcendental functions, differential equations, techniques of integration, infinite series, and Taylorís Formula.

Prerequisites: MATH 1300.0 6.

Lecture: Tuesday 7-10, S 137 Ross

Tutorial: Saturday 11:00AM, S 137 Ross

Final exam Sat April 12, 7-10PM

Course grades here-

Term Test 1 Solutions here-

Term Test 2 Solutions here

Solutions to Problem sets 6,7-

Textbook: Single Variable Calculus: Stewart 4th edition

Preliminary  outline: we will cover chapters 5, 6, 7, 8 and 12 of Stewart.

Course Grade:

The final will be calculated as follows.

Homework 10%

Term Tests (2)  25% each
Final 40%

 Important information about exams:. There are NO make up exams. Missed tests will count zero, except in extreme cases such as illness. In such event, the final exam mark will be used for the missing grade.

The last date to withdraw w/o academic penalty is March 7. Be sure to realistically evaluate your chances of success in the course before then.

Dates for tests: Term Test 1: January 28, Term Test 2 February 25 The final exam will be held , at the date announced by the Registrar,  in the final exam period from April 7-30.

Homework problems will be listed below each week, and are due the date  indicated. All problems are from Stewart, 4th edition.

January 14: Not to hand in: sec 5.3  odd problems 1-25; sec 5.4  odd problems 5-15, 47, 55

January 21: Hand in the following problems: Section 5.5: 48, 62,  Section 6.1 :  24,  Section 6.2 : 24, 46

         Not to hand in:  Section 5.5: odd problems 1-21,  Section 6.1: odd problems  1-9,  Section 6.2: odd problems 1-5.

January 28 Not to hand in: Section 7.1: 1, 35, 39, 41, 43

Note on Chapter 7. In your text, Single variable Calculus  edition 4,by Stewart, Chapter 7 should be Inverse Functions (Exponential, Logarithmic, and Inverse Trigonometric Functions.) We are currently covering the starred sections 7.2*-7.4*

A copy of the text is on short time reserve at Steacie Science Library.

 

Feb 4: Hand in  Section 7.2*: 28, 36, 60, 74;  Section 7.3*: 44

Not to hand in Section 7.2* Odd problems 13-23, 55-59  Section 7.3* Odd problems 23, 25, 29-39, 67-73

Feb 11: Hand in  Section 7.4*: 24, 36, 40,  Section 7.5: 18, 20

Feb11 problems also posted here

Not to hand in:  Section 7.4* Odd problems 23-35,  39-43 

Section 7.5 Odd problems 23-33,  59-65

Feb 25 No problem set to hand in due to test.

Not to hand in: Odd problems Section 7.7:  9-17, 45-49, 55, 57, 61, 63

Section 8.1 Odd problems 1-9, 21-25

March 4: Hand in Section 8.2:  6,8, 14, 60, 64

Not to hand in : Section 8.2 : Odd problems 1-9

March 11: hand in Section 8.2: 24, 28,  Section 8.3: 4, 10,  Section 12.1: 18

Not to hand in: Odd problems  section 12.1  15-25

March 18: hand in: Section 12.1 : 48,  Section 12.2: 18, 22, 24, 42

Not to hand in Section 8.8: odd problems 5-9, 27,2 9

March 25: hand in : Section 12.3 : 22, 24; Section 12.4 : 4, 8; Section 12.6:  6

Not to hand in: Odd problems  Section 12.3: 5-11; Section 12.4:  9-15; Section 12.5: 1-5; Section  12.6:  1-9

April 1 No problems to hand in;

Not to hand in : Odd problems  Section 12.7: 1-15;  Section 12.8: 3-9;  Section 12.9: 3, 5, 13, 17

Last problems, not to hand in: odd problems Section 12.10: 3, 9, 13, 17, 23, 25, 37, 41