Math 131E, Fall, 2021
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Washington University
Syllabus for Math 131E
Calculus I Extended
Instructor: Steven G. Krantz
Classroom: The course will meet MWThF from 1:00pm to 1:50pm in Lopata 201.
e-mail address: email@example.com
Office: 103, Cupples I
Office Hour: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.You can send me questions by email at any time.
Phone: (314) 935-6712
Dept. Office: 100, Cupples I
Dept. Phone: (314) 935-6760
Course Home Page: http://www.math.wustl.edu/~sk/math131E.html
Course Description: The purpose of this course is
to provide an introduction to the theory of one-variable calculus.
We will learn about the derivative, the integral, and their applications.
We will consider many examples to give a solid foundation for the ideas in the course.
Applications to other parts of mathematics will be provided.
Textbook: James Stewart, Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 9th edition,
Cengage Learning, 2020.
Elements of the Course:
Homework: 20% of grade
Midterm Exam: (2 of these) each 40% of grade. The second exam will be on Thursday, December 9 in class.
There will be no final exam.
The homework is an essential part of this course. Each new idea
builds on previous ideas, so it is essential to master and internalize each
one when you encounter it. Be sure to do the homework in a regular and timely
fashion. Homework will be done using the OnLine system WebWork.
WebWork is handled through wustlkey. The URL is https://webwork.wustl.edu.
This has the advantage that your work is graded instantly,
and you can do a problem more than once until you get it right..
Be familiar with this Web page. This is where course announcements will be posted,
exam solutions posted, and other course events and information will be announced.
We will decide together when our midterm exams will be. The exams will be given in class.
If there are particular days when you do not want an exam (for a religious
holiday or other reason), please let me know.
We will have our first quiz on Thursday, September 9.
The last homework assignment is due on Monday, December 6.
The last exam is Thursday, December 9, in class. You can bring a 4" x 6" notecard. But no calculators. A practice exam and solutions is posted on the class Web page. And that is the end of the course.