# Math 132  FALL  2013

1.  Section Information
2.  Bulletin Board (course information from time to time)
3.  Quizzes and Webworks
4.
5.
Exam Policy (excused absences, grading questions)
6.  Rules for Exams
7.
Help Resources
8.  Teaching  Assistants (subsections)
9.  Text
10.
Syllabus

## 1. Section Information

 Section Time Location Instructor Email Office Hours (Cupples I,  107B) 1 MWF 10 - 11  AM Steinberg 105 Jack Shapiro M, T, W :  2:30 - 3:30 PM       Th :   9:30 - 10:30 AM 2 MWF  12 - 1  PM Steinberg 105 Jack Shapiro M, T, W :  2:30 - 3:30 PM       Th :   9:30 - 10:30 AM 3 MWF   1 - 2  PM Steinberg 105 Jack Shapiro M, T, W :  2:30 - 3:30 PM       Th :   9:30 - 10:30 AM

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## 2. Bulletin Board

Please check this place regularly for e-mails.

Webork Notation  :
1) log  represents the natural logarithm.
2) sqrt(x)  is the square root of  x.
2) x*y  represents  the product, x times y.
3) x**n   means   x  raised to the power n.

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## 4. Grading Information

There will be three evening exams during the semester, E1 , E2 , E3 .

There will also be a final, F .

 Exam Date Location Time Solutions E1 September  17th 7:00 - 9:00 PM E2 October  15th 7:00 - 9:00 PM E3 November  12th 7:00 - 9:00 PM F December  13th 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

GRADES  :   Each of the Exams  1-4  will count  18%  toward the final course grade  .  Similarly the grade of  the quizzes will  be  18%  .
The  WeBWorK  will  be   10% .

To be more precise ,   If   E1 , E2 , E3 , and F  are your four exam scores ,   QU  is your  quiz score ,  WeB  your WeBWorK score
then your  total   T    is given by  :

T = .18(E1 + E2 + E3 + F  + QU )   +  .10 WeB

In cases where your lowest score  on     E1,E2, E3   is  less  than   F   then in the above formula,  that score  will be replaced    by   F .
EXAMPLE   :  If   E2  is your  lowest  score  and  it is  less than   F  , then the formula  would read   T = .18(E1+F+E3+F+Qu)  +  .10 WeB
.

As for your    letter grade     for the course ,   your grade     cannot be lower     than what it would be if it were based  on  the scale appearing in the following table.
Each letter grade represents three possibilities, e.g. the letter B could be a   B+ , B or B- .

 Numerical Range Letter Grade 90     to   100 A 80    to    89 B 65   to    79 C 50  to     64 D Below   50 F   or  NC

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5.   EXAM  POLICY  ( excused absences, grading questions )

Missed Exams  :   If you are  unable to take one of   Exams  E1-E3 for legitimate reasons ( such as verified illness or serious family emergency )  you  will be given an excused absence
for that exam .
All excused absences must be granted by  Blake Thornton .   <blake@math.wustl.edu>.          NO INTERM MAKEUP EXAMS ARE GIVEN  .
Your grade for the missed exam will be calculated by a   statistical procedure which uses the scores on the other taken exams, including the Final  .

If you miss the Final Exam   for a  legitimate reason then you  will be given a  make-up  Final exam at the beginning of the next semester  .
Not coming , because you overslept or forgot the time of the exam is   not  a legitimate reason  .

EXAM   RETURNS   :    After the hand graded part of an exam is graded I will hold on to them in my office (Cupples I, room  107B) for one week ,  a time in which you can come and look
at that part of the exam if you  feel there might have been some error in the grading. Once the exams are put in the hall boxes on the first floor of Cupples I, bellow the 132 sign,  it will be more
difficult to check on possible grading errors.

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 6.   Rules for Exams : You should always bring your Washington University Photo  ID  to exams ; proctors will check student ID's . A small (3" x 5") index card may be used as a "cheat sheet." You may write on both sides and include any information you deem useful. Graphing calculators and programmable calculators are not permitted for this course. The following series of calculators are acceptable: Casio FX-250, Casio FX-260, FX-270, Casio FX-300 Sharp EL-501, Sharp EL-506, Sharp EL-520, Sharp EL-531, Sharp EL-546 TI-30, TI-34, TI-36 Note: Use of a prohibited calculator at an exam is an academic integrity violation. Any detected violation of academic integrity will be referred to the disciplinary committee of the College of Arts and Sciences. Just before each exam you can look up your exam room assignment on the web  (see above, "check here on exam day" ) . The room will probably not be your regular classroom, and it may change for each exam. You will be allowed to enter the exam room a few minutes before the starting time to locate your seat and personalized exam booklet which will have your name printed on it in large letters.

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7.   HELP  RESOURCES

Office Hours   :   My office hours, Monday - Thursday, are  listed above. You should feel free to come in and talk about any material. If you can't make it at those hours ,
you can call me or send me an e-mail   and perhaps we can find another  time. Another possibility is to use one of the office hours of your 132 subsection .

Calculus Help Room  :   Next there is the Calculus Help Room which will first open on September     .   Details about these can be found  on  :

`http://www.math.wustl.edu/~blake/calculus/`

Old Exams  :   Old Exams  and solutions are posted on the web, on the Math Department page.  It includes exams from the past semesters, and can be used as a study guide..

Calculus Study Group   :   Study groups are organized as needed  by   The Center for Advanced Learning    located  in   Conerstone  ( in Gregg Hall on the south 40 ) .  They are conducted by graduate and undergraduate math students . If you want to belong to such a study group you must make a commitment to   attend the group regularly   ( not just  " come when you feel like it"  ) .  For more information you can look on the website   cornerstone.wustl.edu      or   call them  at    935-5970  .

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8.   TEACHING  ASSISTANTS   :  subsections

David Meyer                                          D, I, N,

Guanshengrui Hao                                H, Q, V

Muxi Li                                                  B, O, S

Yifei Li                                                   A, C, K

Bingyuan Liu                                        E, P, T, Y

Brady Rocks                                         F, J, U

Yao Xie                                                 G, L, R, W

Yu Yang                                                M, X, Z

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9.   TEXT  :   University  Calculus  Early Transcendentals Second Edition   by    Hass  , Weir  & Thomas
( No other books required. )

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10.      SYLLABUS   ( Check on this once and while, since there may be changes to it during the semester .)

WEEK
SECTIONS                                     SUGGESTED  ODD  EXERCISES

#1  W   8/28         5.1 :  Finite Sums                                 5.1 :     1 -  7
5.2 : Riemann sums                              5.2 :    7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 25, 27

F   8/30         5.3 : Definite Integral                          5.3 :    3,  7, 9, 11, 15 – 27, 55 - 61

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#2   M  9/2                           LABOR DAY   NO  CLASS

Tu   9/3        5.4 : Fund. Th. of Calculus                     5.4 :  5 - 11, 23 - 35, 39 – 49, 65 - 69

W  9/4        5.5 : Substitution                                     5.5 :   11,  19,  21, 31,  41,  45,  49,  53, 55,  61,  65
5.6a : Definite Integral                            5.6a:    5, 7, 9, 17, 25

F   9/6                             NO  CLASS TODAY

M  9/9                      WW #  1  ( 5.1 - 5.5 )

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#3   M  9/9        5.6b:  Area between curves                       5.6b:  47, 53, 55, 59, 63, 65, 69, 77, 79, 85

Tu 9/10               Subsection meetings       QUIZ #1     (5.5, 5.6a )

W  9/11     6.1:  Volumes (disk method)                     6.1 :  3, 9, 15, 17, 21, 25, 29, 31, 35, 49, 51, 53

F   9/13      6.2:  Volumes (shell method)                    6.2 : 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 23, 25, 29, 31, 33, 35

M  9/16                WW  #2  ( 5.6,  6.1 )
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#4   M 9/16                      REVIEW FOR EXAM I

T  9/17         Subsection meetings                        NO QUIZ

EXAM I     7:00 - 9:00 PM     (5.1 - 6.2 )

W  9/18      6.3: Arc Length                                      6.3 :   1, 3, 5, 9, 15a, 17a, 23, 25

F   9/20                        NO CLASS TODAY

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#5  M  9/23     6.4 : Surface Area                                    6.4 :  1a, 3a, 9 - 19

T   9/24     7.1 : Integration for logarithms                7.1 : 1 - 19, 47, 49,51

W 9/25      6.5 :  Work                                               6.5 :  1 - 17

F   9/27                      NO CLASS TODAY

M  9/30                 WW  #3   ( 6.3, 6.4, 7.1 )

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#6  M  9/30      7.2 : Exponential Change                       7.2 :   1 - 17, 31, 33, 35

T  10/1         Subsection meetings                  QUIZ #2 ( 6.4, 6.5, 7.1)

W  10/2     8.1 : Integration by Parts                      8.1 :  1 - 39

F   10/4      8.2 : Trigonometric Integrals                8.2: 7, 9, 15 - 25, 33, 37, 41, 45, 47

M   10/7           WW #4  (6.5, 7.2, 8.1 )
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#7  M  10/7     8.3: Trigonometric Substitution            8.3: 3 -  23, 35, 39, 41

T   10/8     Subsection meetings     QUIZ  #3       ( 7.2, 8.1, 8.2 )

W  10/9    8.4: Partial Fractions                            8.4:  3 - 19, 23, 25, 33, 35, 39, 41

F   10/11   8.6: Numerical Integration                  8.6: 1 - 15

M  10/14             WW # 5   ( 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 )
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#8  M  10/14       REVIEW FOR EXAM  II

T   10/15       Subsection meetings       NO QUIZ

T   10/15         EXAM II       7:00 - 9:00 PM       ( 6.3 - 7.2, 8.1 - 8.4)

W    10/16   8.7 : Improper Integrals                   8.7 : 1 - 31

F    10/18                    FALL  BREAK

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#9  M   10/21    10.1: Parametric equations               10.1: 1 - 9, 21, 23, 31, 33

T   10/22         Subsection meetings    QUIZ   #4     (8.6, 8.7 )

W   10/23    10.2: Calculus on parametric curves     10.2: 1 - 13, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31

F   10/25      7.3:  Hyperbolic Functions                    7.3 :  5, 7, 41 - 47, 61 -73

M  10/28      WW  #6   ( 8.7, 10.1, 10.2 )
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#10   M 10/28    9.1: Sequences                              9.1: 7 - 49

T   10/29   Subsection meetings     QUIZ  #5    ( 7.3, 10.1, 10.2 )

W  10/30    9.2: Infinite Series                           9.2: 1 - 37, 41

F   11/1       9.3: Integral Test                           9.3: 11 - 37, 49, 51, 55

M  11/4                WW #  7   (7.3, 9.1, 9.2 )
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#11  M  11/4   9.4 : Comparison Tests                  9.4: 1 - 29, 45

T   11/5    Subsection meetings     QUIZ #6     ( 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 )

W  11/6    9.5 : Ratio & Root Test                   9.5: 1, 5, 9, 13, 19,21,25, 27, 31, 35, 39, 47, 49, 57, 59, 63

F   11/8    9.6: Absolute Convergence               9.6: 9 - 23, 49, 51, 53, 57

M   11/11           WW #  8   (  9.3 - 9.5  )
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#12  M  11/11      REVIEW   FOR  EXAM    III

T   11/12   Subsection meetings       NO QUIZ

T   11/12           EXAM  III   7:00 -9:00 PM   ( 7.3, 8.6, 8.7, 9.1 - 9.6, 10.1, 10.2 )

W  11/13    9.7: Power Series                              9.7: 1 - 19, 23 - 31

F   11/15    9.7: Power Series                              9.7: 39 - 53

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#13  M  11/18     9.8a: Taylor and MacLaurin Series      9.8a: 1 - 21

T   11/19     Subsection meetings       QUIZ   #7  ( 9.7 )

W  11/20    9.8b: Taylor and MacLaurin Series    9.8b:   23 -35

F  11/22     9.9a: Conv. of Taylor Series               9.9a: 1 - 27

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#14  M 11/26    9.9b: Conv of Taylor Series                9.9b: 29 - 41

T   11/27     NO SUBSECTION MEETINGS

W - F    11/27 - 11/29               THANKSGIVING  BREAK

M   12/2         WW  #9    ( 9.7 - 9.9 )
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#15  M  12/2    9.10a:  Binomial Series                         9.10a: 1 - 9, 15 - 21

T   12/3     Subsection meetings         QUIZ #8   ( 9.8 , 9.9 )

W  12/4      9.10b: Taylor Series Applications          9.10b: 25 - 35,  41 - 45

F    12/6     NO CLASS

M    12/9    REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAM

M    12/9           WW   #10     (9.10 )

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FINAL  EXAMINATION : Friday, 12/13,  10:30 am - 12:30 pm
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