Calculus 1501B, Winter 2016

Calculus II for Mathematical and Physical Sciences

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Section 001
Lectures: MTuWF 8:30-9:30 am
Room: NS (Natural Science), room 7
Instructor: Karol Szumilo
Office hours: MF 1:30--2:30 or by appointment (in MC 128)
Section 002
Lectures: MTuWTh 12:30-1:30 pm
Room: SEB, room 2200
Instructor: Tatyana Barron
Office hours: W 2:30--4:00 pm and by appointment (MC 247; last day: April 6)

Help centre: MTuWThF 2:30-6:30 pm, MC 106 (last day: Friday April 8).

Textbook: Single Variable Calculus, Early Transcendentals, 8th. edition, by J. Stewart (same textbook as for Calculus 1000A/B, 1500A, 1301B).
Student Solutions Manual is recommended.

Prerequisite: Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B (in either case with a minimum mark of 60%).

Course outline: pdf

List of recommended exercises (revised March 18th): pdf (old version is here: pdf ) (note: this is for practice, this is not collected homework)
Don't do Review exercise 17 for Chapter 7 (p. 538).
Revised exercise list for 11.11 (p. 780): odd 3-9 (no graphs), 13(a,b), 15(a,b), 19(a,b).

Lecture notes from previous years (prepared by Prof. Shafikov):

Practice exams:

Final exams from previous years (solutions will not be posted):
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Link to owl/webct

Evaluation of student performance:

Collected homework:


Final exam: the exam was on Monday April 11, 9:00 am -- 12:00 noon, in FEB GYM.

Students who missed the exam need to take supporting documentation (medical documentation or other relevant documentation) to their home faculty Dean's office as soon as possible.

The format of the exam is similar to the midterms 1, 2, but it's longer (a 3 hour exam). Note: the exam includes 10 true/false questions, 1 mark each. Contents: the exam is cumulative, but the topics after midterm 2 (i.e. after 11.8) are somewhat emphasized.


Midterm exam 2: solutions have been posted on owl. The exam was on Friday March 11, 7:00-9:00 pm.

Rooms:

section 001:

A-Q: NS-7

R-Z: NS-1

section 002: NS-1

Topics: Gamma function, 11.1--11.8.

The exam is closed-book. Electronic devices, books, notes or any other aids are not allowed. Bring your student ID and a pen/pencil.


Midterm exam 1: solutions have been posted on owl. The exam was on Friday Feb. 5, 7:00-9:00 pm.

Rooms:

section 001:

A-Q: NS-7

R-Z: NS-1

section 002: NS-1

Topics: 2.4, 4.2, 7.1, 7.4, 7.8. Note: Gamma function is not on the exam.

The exam is closed-book. Electronic devices, books, notes or any other aids are not allowed. Bring your student ID and a pen/pencil.