#### Math 1501 B1C,B2C

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I'm Tom Morley

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My office Hours: MW 7:30-8:00, MW 9-10:30. F: by arangement. Skiles 148

The TAs for this Calculus are:

Note: I can often be reached in the evening by ICQ. Do not hesitate to use this if you have any questions, etc.,

My office Hours: MW 7:30-8:00, MW 9-10:30. F: by arangement. Skiles 148

The TAs for this Calculus are:

Check this out.. Class CoWeb Page

I have added to the CoWeb pages lists of topics covered (Notes on Lectures) by day. Go to the Class CoWeb Page, and follow the links to Notes on Lectures. Let me know if this is useful. Thanks.

You can add stuff to the CoWeb. Extra Credit available.

Link to Compound interest and e^x Solutions to quizes:

Trig Identities by Magic! (html)

Problems to studdy for the final:

• Section 7.6, page 415: 7,8,10,14,22,26,27,28
• Section 8.2, page 453: 10,12,16,38,40
• Section 8.5 Partial Fractions: 10,12,14,16,28,38
• Section 6.5, page 356: 4,8,,10,12,16,30,32(a), 32(b) is extra credit.
• Section 7.3, page 391: 16,18,24,60
• Section 7.4, page 399: 8,10,12,20,22,48,54
• Section 6.2 Page 335: 40,45, 54,
• Find the volume enclosed by the intersection of two cylinders of radius r at right angles. Picture the cylinders centered on the x-axis and the y-axis

Two intersecting cylinders

• Section 6.3 Page 343, 8,10,12,26,28,34
• A hole of radius a < r is drilled through the center of a sphere of radius r. What is the volume of the remaining sphere? Just set up the integral, don't evaluate it.
• Section 6.4, page 349: 2,4,6,12,22,31
• Section 5.8, page 317: 8,10,12,28,29
• Section 6.1, page 325: 12,14,32,36,43
• Section 6.2, page 335: 4,6,10,22, 35,36
• Section 5.5, page wahtever: 24,26,*43, 49,50,*54
• Section 5.6, page whatever: 32,34,,36,60,68
• Section 5.2, page 276: 1,2,9,11,13,18,20
• Section 8.7, page 491: 5,7,15,21
• Section 4.6, page 239: 3,5,7,21,23,25,29,31
• Section 4.7, page 246: 1, 3,5,7,23,25,35,37
• Section 4.8, page 255: 55
• Section 5.1, page 266: 3,5,17
• Section 4.6 page 239: 4,6,22,30,32,34
• Section 4.7, page 246: 2,8,10,12,22,29,38,40,42
• Section 5.1, page 266: 4,6,14
• Section 7.2, page 276: 1,2,9,11,13,18,20
• Section 8.7, page 491: 5,7,15,21
• Section 4.5, page 232: 13,15,17,23,31,35,41,39,53
• Section 4.5 page 232: 22,30,40,54,58
• Section 3.9, Page 189: 3,4,5,6,18, 23,29,30,31,32
• Section 4.2, Page 207: 22,23,24,47,48,49,50, 63,68
• Section 4.3, page 215: 5,7,9,27,29,35,36,45,46
• Section 4.4, page 224: 3,5,7,31,33
• Section 3.8, page 181: 13,19, 21,25,27,31,35
• Section 3.3, page 1,3,5,7,23,25,27,37,53,55
• Section 3.4, page 152: 1,3,5,11,13,15,19,27-36,55,57
• Section 3.5, page 160: 7.9.11.23.25,27,45,47
• Section 3.6, page 168: 15,17,19,27
• Section 3.7, page 175: 3,5,7,9,11,17,19
• Section 3.3, page 142: 26,28,37
• Section 3.4, page 152: 4,6,11,48,50
• Section 3.5, page 160: 14,16,28,48
• Section 3.6, page 168: 16,18,44
• Section 3.7, page 175: 8,10
• Section 2.1, page 70: 5,7,9,11,13,15,17,37,39,59
• Section 2.2: page 78: 9,13
• Section 2.5, page 105: 2,3,5,23,25
• Section 2.1, page 70: 28,30,32,44,46
• Section 2.2, page 78: 8,10,18
• Calculate the left and right limits of:
• floor(x^2) as x --> 3
• floor(-(x^2)) as x --> 2
• (floor((x-2)^2) as x--> 4
• Section 2.5, page 105: 4,8,24,28

## MATH 1501 - Calculus I

#### Hours

(Lecture-Lab-Recitation-Total Credit)

3-0-2-4 8:00 a.m.

Room:

• MWF Skiles 169
• Section BC1 (TuTh): Glenn Learning Center
• Section BC2 (TuTh): Howell Learning Center

My office Hours: MW 7:30-8:00, MW 9-10:30. F: by arangement. Skiles 148

Text: Calculus, one and several variables, eight edition, by Salas, Hille, and Etgen, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1999

The final grade for the course will be based on:

• 6-8 1/2 hour weekly quizes: 55%
• Computer projects: 10%
• Homework: 10%
• Final Exam: 25%

All tests and quizes will be open book and notes.

Quizes will be given on Thursdays

Homework will be posted here by Tuesday afternoon.
It is due Thursday in recitation section.

See Class CoWeb Notes for a day by day listing of what we have done.

Suggested problems are problems to work yourself. If you don't know how to do one, the ask in lecture or recitation.

Ordinarily Homework assignments will be posted here by Tues. of the week. They are due the following Thursday. The 1/2 hour quizes will ordinarily also be on Thurs, and will largely be based on the homework problems and the suggested problems.

Second Computer Project:

It is a maple file. You are to do the exercies is groups of two or three, including text so that the file is readable. Also you are to contribute (as a group) a web page on the editible CoWeb about this project, or about similar problems. This will be due on December 8. Directions for the Computer Project:

• Download the maple projet on the 1501 web page. is is:

Right Here.

• Work the project in groups of two or three
• Hand in a printed copy of the worked project on the Due Date.
• Include in the printed version lots of English Text explaining what you are doing and why.
• Create of CoWeb page detailing your group's experience, trials, tribulations, and suggestions. To do this:
• Go to the 1501 web page
• GO to the CoWeb link

• Go to the Math1501 Computer Project 2 link
• Edit that page by adding your "project two" followed by group's name between #'s. Like #Project 2: Maria Calas, Birgit Neilson and J. Sutherland#
• After you do that, hit save.
• The page will now have a link that looks like Project2: Maria Calas, Birgit Neilson and J. Sutherland?
• Go to this link, and your CoWewb page will be created.
• Edit there. Flat text if fine.
• Your CoWeb page should contain:
1. A description of the problem in English
2. The methods that you used to solve the problem.
3. Any problems (computer problems, maple problems, group problems, etc...) that you encountered in working the project.
4. Any useful hint you have for others.
5. Anything else you want to add.
• The project is due December 8.

Extra Credit:

2000 = 398 + 399 + 400 + 401 + 402

2001 = 1000 + 1001

In fact, every year (number, if you prefer) from 2000 to 2099 can be written as a sum of consecutive integers EXCEPT ONE. What is the one? Why?

Quiz 11:

• Median 21
• 75th percentile -- about 24 or 25

Homework -- Due Tuesday November 30

• Section 6.5, page 356: 4,8,,10,12,16,30,32(a), 32(b) is extra credit.
• Section 7.3, page 391: 16,18,24,60
• Section 7.4, page 399: 8,10,12,20,22,48,54

Homework -- Due Tuesday November 16

• Section 6.2 Page 335: 40,45, 54,
• Find the volume enclosed by the intersection of two cylinders of radius r at right angles. Picture the cylinders centered on the x-axis and the y-axis

Two intersecting cylinders

• Section 6.3 Page 343, 8,10,12,26,28,34
• A hole of radius a < r is drilled through the center of a sphere of radius r. What is the volume of the remaining sphere? Just set up the integral, don't evaluate it.
• Section 6.4, page 349: 2,4,6,12,22,31

Extra credit. Will accept until the end of the semester. What is the volume of the region bounded by the intersection of three cylinders of radius r, at right angles. Think of the cylinders as centered along the coordinate axes.

Homework -- due Tuesday Nov 7

• Section 5.8, page 317: 8,10,12,28,29
• Section 6.1, page 325: 12,14,32,36,43
• Section 6.2, page 335: 4,6,10,22, 35,36

Statistics for quiz 8:

• Average 20.116
• Standard Deviation: 4.9
• Median: 20
• 75% percentile: 24
• 25% percentile: 17
All in all, a good job. Well done class.

Homework: Due next Thursday:

• Section 5.5, page wahtever: 24,26,*43, 49,50,*54
• Section 5.6, page whatever: 32,34,,36,60,68

There are some hints on problem 43 on the Class CoWeb pages.

Statistics for quiz 7:

• Average: 14.76
• Standard Deviation: 4.2
• 75th Percentile: 17
• 50th percentile or median:16
• 25th percentile: 12

Homework problems for October 21:

• Section 5.2, page 276: 1,2,9,11,13,18,20
• Section 8.7, page 491: 5,7,15,21

Week of Oct 10-15 Suggested Problems:

• Section 4.6, page 239: 3,5,7,21,23,25,29,31
• Section 4.7, page 246: 1, 3,5,7,23,25,35,37
• Section 4.8, page 255: 55
• Section 5.1, page 266: 3,5,17

Homework problems for October 14:

• Section 4.6 page 239: 4,6,22,30,32,34
• Section 4.7, page 246: 2,8,10,12,22,29,38,40,42
• Section 5.1, page 266: 4,6,14

Homework problems for October 21:

• Section 7.2, page 276: 1,2,9,11,13,18,20
• Section 8.7, page 491: 5,7,15,21

Quiz 6 Statistics:

• Average 15.9
• Standard Deviation: 3.6
• Median: 17
• 75% percentile: 19
• 25% percentile: 13

Check this out.. Class CoWeb Page

I have added to the CoWeb pages lists of topics covered (Notes on Lectures) by day. Go to the Class CoWeb Page, and follow the links to Notes on Lectures. Let me know if this is useful. Thanks.

You can add stuff to the CoWeb. Extra Credit available. I will have more to say on this later.

Coffee!!!

Week-- to Oct 8

Quiz Tomorrow, Oct 7

Suggested Problems:

• Section 4.5, page 232: 13,15,17,23,31,35,41,39,53

Homework Problems:

• Section 4.5 page 232: 22,30,40,5458

Week of Sept 25-30

Quiz 4:

• Average 13.7
• Standard Deviation: 4.46
• 25th percentile: 10
• Median (50th percentile) 14
• 75th percentile: 17

Suggested Problems:

• Section 3.9, Page 189: 3,4,5,6,18, 23,29,30,31,32
• Section 4.2, Page 207: 22,23,24,47,48,49,50, 63,68
• Section 4.3, page 215: 5,7,9,27,29,35,36,45,46
• Section 4.4, page 224: 3,5,7,31,33
Homework:
• Section 3.9, page 189: 4,6,24,30,32
• Section 4.2, Page 207: 22,26,48
• Section 4.3, page 215: 6,8,10,36,46
• Section 4.4, page 224: 8,10,12,32,34, 43

Week of Sept 20-24

Suggested Problems:

• Section 3.8, page 181: 13,19, 21,25,27,31,35

Homework Problems

• Section 3.8, page 181: 10,16,20,22,26,32,36
Solutions to quiz 3 (html)
A maple worksheet with some solutions

Average: 23. Standard Deviation: 5.15. Median: 24, 25th percentile: 20, 75th Percentile: 27

The first computer project

Directions:

Computer Project Due Monday Sept 20
This is a maple file. You are to do the exercies is groups of two or three, including text so that the file is readable. Also you are to contribute (as a group) a web page on the editible CoWeb about this project, or about similar problems. This will be due on September 20.

Directions for the Computer Project:

• Work the project in groups of two or three
• Hand in a printed copy of the worked project on the Due Date.
• Include in the printed version lots of English Text explaining what you are doing and why.
• Create of CoWeb page detailing your group's experience, trials, tribulations, and suggestions. To do this:
• Go to the 1501 CoWeb page here.
• Go to the Computer Project 1 link
• Edit that page by adding your group's name between #'s. Like #Maria Calas, Birgit Neilson and J Sutherland# After you do that, hit save. The page will now have a link that looks like Maria Calas, Birgit Neilson and J. Sutherland?
• Go to this link, and your CoWewb page will be created. Edit there. Flat text if fine.

• A description of the problem in English
• The mathods that you used to solve the problem.
• Any problems (computer problems, maple problems, group problems, etc...) that you encountered in working the project.
• Any useful hint you have for others.
• Anything else you want to add.

The due date is Sept 20

Quiz two solutions (as a maple file) are here

Week of Sept 13-17: Trig Identities by Magic! (html)

Suggested problems:

• Section 3.3, page 1,3,5,7,23,25,27,37,53,55
• Section 3.4, page 152: 1,3,5,11,13,15,19,27-36,55,57
• Section 3.5, page 160: 7.9.11.23.25,27,45,47
• Section 3.6, page 168: 15,17,19,27
• Section 3.7, page 175: 3,5,7,9,11,17,19

Homework due September 16:

• Section 3.3, page 142: 26,28,37
• Section 3.4, page 152: 4,6,11,48,50
• Section 3.5, page 160: 14,16,28,48
• Section 3.6, page 168: 16,18,44
• Section 3.7, page 175: 8,10

Week of Sep 6-10

The first quiz was Sept 2. Solutions are here .

See Class CoWeb Notes for a day by day listing of what we have done.

Suggested Problems:

• Section 2.1, page 5,7,9,11,13,15,17,37,39,59
• Section 2.2: page 78: 9,13
• Section 2.5, page 105: 2,3,5,23,25

Homework due September 9

• Section 2.1, page 70: 28,30,32,44,46
• Section 2.2, page 78: 8,10,18
• Calculate the left and right limits of:
• floor(x^2) as x --> 3
• floor(-(x^2)) as x --> 2
• (floor((x-2)^2) as x--> 4
• Section 2.5, page 105: 4,8,24,28

## MATH 1501 - Calculus I

#### Hours

(Lecture-Lab-Recitation-Total Credit)

3-0-2-4 8:00 a.m.

Room:

• MWF Skiles 169
• Section BC1 (TuTh): Glenn Learning Center
• Section BC2 (TuTh): Howell Learning Center

My office Hours: MW 7:30-8:00, MW 9-10:30. F: by arangement. Skiles 148

Text: Calculus, one and several variables, eight edition, by Salas, Hille, and Etgen, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1999

The final grade for the course will be based on:

• 6-8 1/2 hour weekly quizes: 55%
• Computer projects: 10%
• Homework: 10%
• Final Exam: 25%

All tests and quizes will be open book and notes.

Quizes will be given on Thursdays

Homework will be posted here by Tuesday afternoon.
It is due Thursday in recitation section.

The First day of class (Aug 23) we covered sections 1.3, and part of 1.4. We will complete 1.4 on Wendsday, and then start 3.1, 3.2 on Friday (We will do Chapter two (2) after we do some of chapter 3.). See Class CoWeb Notes for a day by day listing of what we have done.

Suggested problems are problems to work yourself. If you don't know how to do one, the ask in lecture or recitation.

Ordinarily Homework assignments will be posted here by Tues. of the week. They are due the following Thursday. The 1/2 hour quizes will ordinarily also be on Thurs, and will largely be based on the homework problems and the suggested problems.

The first quiz was Sept 2. Solutions are here .

See here for a day by day account of what we did, including a correct solution of problem 58 in section 3.2.

Suggested Problems:

• Section 1.3, Page 19: 15,16,17,18,38,39,40
• Section 1.4, Page 27: 1,2,3,8,9,16,17,43,44,45,49,50,51,52,57,58
• Section 3.1, Page 125: 3,4,5,6,20,21,22,23,31,32,33,65*
• Section 3.2, Page 135: 21,22,23,24,31,32,35,36,41,42
• Section 2.1, page 5,7,9,11,13,15,17,37,39,59
• Section 2.2: page 78: 9,13
• Section 2.5, page 105: 2,3,5,23,25mathematica &

Homework due September 2

• Section 3.1: Page 126: 8, 12, 22, 44,46
• Section 3.2: Page 135: 22,24,36,42,59
There may be stuff added here on Tuesday.

Homework due Thursday, Aug 25:

• Section 1.3, Page 19: 40,42,56
• Section 1.4, Page 27: 36,38,40,46,54

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