**Course:**
MAT-021A, Sections A01-A05

**Instructor:** Roman
Vershynin

Office hours: M 1-2, W 2-3 in 2218 MSB

**Lead
TA:** Marion Moore

marion@math.ucdavis.edu

Section |
A01 |
A02 |
A03 | A04 | A05 |

Lectures |
MWF 3:10-4:00 in
HUNT 100 (all sections) |
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Discussion |
PHYGEO 130R 0810-0900P |
HUTCH 102R 0410-0500P |
PHYGEO 130R 0510-0600P |
PHYGEO 130R 0610-0700P |
PHYGEO 130R 0710-0800P |

TA |
Paul Mach mach@math.ucdavis.edu |
Zhu Liang zliang@ucdavis.edu |
Gabriel Amos amos518@math.ucdavis.edu |
Gabriel Amos amos518@math.ucdavis.edu |
Paul Mach mach@math.ucdavis.edu |

Office Hours |
W:
12-1, F: 10-11 MSB 3125 |
Th: 2-3 MSB 2136 |
M: 3:30-5, Th: 1:30-3 MSB 3123 |
M: 3:30-5, Th: 1:30-3 MSB 3123 |
W: 12-1, F: 10-11 MSB 3125 |

Textbook: "Thomas'
Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 11th Edition" by Weir/Hass/Giordano
(ISBN #032119800X).

Will cover most of Chapters 2,3,4. Chapter 1
should already be familiar. Outline
of the course

MyMathLab:
This is the online component, included with the purchase of a new book.
If
you buy a used book, you will have to buy an access to MyMathLab
separately. MyMathLab comes with a online text version of the textbook,
so you might choose to buy just MyMathLab ISBN: 032119991 (no hard copy
of the book).

MyMathLab will work
on any computer that (a) runs Windows, (b) have MyMathLab plugins
installed. This means you can work with MyMathLab from your home
desktop or a laptop. In addition, you can use these labs on campus:

1131 Meyer Hall - 31 PCs

177 MU - 29 PCs

75 Hutchison - 26 PCs

163 Shields - 22 PCs

Register your MyMathLab coursework at www.coursecompass.com with Course ID: vershynin32470

Details on registering

Assessment.

- Homework: Assigned in MyMathLab every
Friday. Due next Friday at 11:59pm.

- Midterm 1: Friday, October 27, in class. Covers 2.1-2.5. Midterm Key

- Midterm 2: Wednesday, November 22, in class.
Covers 2.6-3.10 excluding 3.8. Midterm Key

- Final: Thursday, December
14, 10:30 am - 12:30pm, in Chemistry 194.

For students enrolled in two Calculus classes and disability students: Special arrangements

Review Session: Friday, December 8, in class.

The final exam is comprehensive. It covers 2.1 - 4.6 excluding 3.8.

**Grading.** Course grade will be based on:
Final=40%, Miderm 1=25%, Midterm 2=25%, Homework=10%.

The final grade will be determined by a curve.

Important
information about this course (prerequisites, policies, help links,
etc.)

Course webpage:
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~vershynin/teaching/2006-07/21A/course.html