Calculus, MATH 21B,
Winter 2008

Instructor: Professor Roman
Vershynin Office hours: F 0330-0430P in MSB 2218. No office hours: Monday, March 17. Lead TA: Deanna Needell e-mail: dmneedell@ucdavis.edu Office hours: W 1-2 in MSB 2125. Important information about this course |

Section |
C01 |
C02 |
C03 |
C04 |

Lectures |
HUNT
100, MWF 0210-0300P (all sections) |
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Discussion |
OLSON 147, R 0710-0800P | OLSON 223, R 0510-0600P | OLSON 223, R 0610-0700P | OLSON 147, R 0810-0900P |

TA |
Deanna
Needell |
Mohamed
Omar |
Mihaela
Ifrim |
Jen (Josh) Oyoung |

Office
Hours |
W 1-2 in MSB 2125 |
R 4-5 in MSB 2232 |
W 12-1 in MSB 2232 |
R 7-8 MSB 2232 |

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

Will mostly cover Chapters 5,6,7,8. Detailed
outline of the course.

Assessment

- Homework: assigned in MyMathLab every Friday.
- Midterm
1: Friday, February 1,
in class. Covers Section 4.8 and all sections of Chapter 5. Solutions.

- Midterm
2: Monday, February
25, in class. Covers Sections 6.1 - 6.7. Solutions.

- Final: March
19, 1-3pm in 2205 Haring. Problems and
Solutions. Students taking two 21 finals: March 19,
1:30-5:30pm in 119 Wellman. The final exam is comprehensive. It covers
Sections 4.8, 5.1--5.6, 6.1--7, 7.1-7.2, 8.1--8.5, 8.8.

Review Session: Monday, March 17, in class.

Sample Exams:
Sample Midterm 1, Sample Midterm 2, Sample Midterm 3, Sample Final. The content of the actual
exams will be different.

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

The final grade will be determined by the curve: A: 90, B: 80, C: 70,
D: 51.

Webpage:
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~vershynin/teaching/2007-08/21B/21B.html