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1 Penn State University - University Park MATH 140 Instructor Syllabus, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I Fall 2010 There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle. -Albert Einstein Instructor: David Koslicki Office: McAllister 013 Website: phone: Office hours: Monday and Tuesday 1:00-2:00 and by appointment Text: Calculus (Single Variable), Sixth Edition, OR Calculus, Sixth Edition by James Stewart, published by Thomson (Brooks/Cole) Note: An electronic version of the text is available for purchase per chapter through Evaluation: There are 450 points possible. The table below shows the breakdown for homework, midterms and the final exam. Course Component Homework (best 10 of 14) In Class Quizzes (best 7 of 10) Midterm I and Midterm II Comprehensive Final Exam Total Weight 10 Homeworks 3 points each = 30 points 7 In Class Quizzes 10 points each = 70 points = 200 points 150 points 450 points Notes and Policies: 1. Contact Info: The easiest way to reach me is via as I attempt to answer each received within 24 hours. Office hours are for your benefit and can be viewed as a free tutor service so I highly encourage you to stop by if you would like assistance with this course. 1

3 SUGGESTED LECTURE SCHEDULE WEEK DAY DATE SECTION(S) TOPIC COMMENTS 1 Monday Aug 23 Introduction Tangent & Velocity Problems Tuesday Aug Tangent & Velocity Problems Wednesday Aug Limit of a Function Thursday Aug 26 Friday Aug Calculating Limits; Limit Laws CLASS BEGINS Readiness Quiz online 2 Monday Aug Calculating Limits; Limit Laws Tuesday Aug Continuity Wednesday Sept Continuity Thursday Sept 2 Friday Sept Derivatives and Rates of Change HW #1 Due Readiness Quiz Deadline DROP/ADD ENDS Quiz #1 3 Monday Sept 6 No Class LABOR DAY Tuesday Sept Derivative as a Function Wednesday Sept Derivative as a Function Thursday Sept 9 Friday Sept Differentiation Formulas HW #2 Due Quiz #2 4 Monday Sept Differentiation Formulas Tuesday Sept 14 Trig Brief Trig Review HW #3 Due Wednesday Sept Derivatives of Trig Functions Thursday Sept 16 Friday Sept Derivatives of Trig Functions Quiz #3 5 Monday Sept Chain Rule Tuesday Sept Chain Rule Wednesday Sept Implicit Differentiation Thursday Sept 23 Friday Sept Implicit Differentiation HW #4 Due Quiz #4 6 Monday Sept Rates of Change in Nat and Soc Sciences Tuesday Sept Related Rates Wednesday Sept Related Rates Thursday Sept 30 Friday Oct 1 3.8/Review Related Rates/Review HW #5 Due HW #6 Due

4 WEEK DAY DATE SECTION(S) TOPIC COMMENTS 7 Monday Oct 4 Review Review EXAM 1 Tuesday Oct Linear Approx & Differentials Wednesday Oct Linear Approx & Differentials Thursday Oct 7 Friday Oct Maximum & Minimum Values 8 Monday Oct Maximum & Minimum Values Tuesday Oct The Mean Value Theorem Wednesday Oct Derivatives and Graphs Thursday Oct 14 Friday Oct Derivatives and Graphs HW #7 Due Quiz #5 9 Monday Oct Limits at Infinity; Horizontal Asymptotes Tuesday Oct HA, Curve Sketching Wednesday Oct Curve Sketching Thursday Oct 21 Friday Oct Curve Sketching HW #8 Quiz #6 10 Monday Oct Optimization Problems Tuesday Oct Optimization Problems Wednesday Oct Optimization Problems Thursday Oct 28 Friday Oct Antiderivatives HW #9 Due Quiz #7 11 Monday Nov Areas Intro Tuesday Nov 2 Review Review Will be tested on Final Exam Wednesday Nov 3 Review Review EXAM 2 Thursday Nov 4 Friday Nov Areas HW #10 Due 12 Monday Nov The Definite Integral Tuesday Nov Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Wednesday Nov Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Thursday Nov 11 Friday Nov Indefinite Integrals LATE DROP DEADLINE Quiz #8, HW #11

5 WEEK DAY DATE SECTION(S) TOPIC COMMENTS 13 Monday Nov Substitution Rule Tuesday Nov Substitution Rule Wednesday Nov Areas Between Curves Thursday Nov 18 Friday Nov Areas Between Curves HW #12 Due Quiz #9 14 Monday Nov 22 THANKSGIVING BREAK Tuesday Nov 23 THANKSGIVING BREAK Wednesday Nov 24 THANKSGIVING BREAK Thursday Nov 25 THANKSGIVING BREAK Friday Nov 26 THANKSGIVING BREAK 15 Monday Nov Volumes Tuesday Nov Volumes Wednesday Dec Volumes by Cylindrical Shells Thursday Dec 2 Friday Dec Volumes by Cylindrical Shells Quiz #10, HW #13 16 Monday Dec 6 Ch 6 Areas & Volumes mixed practice Tuesday Dec 7 Review Ch 5 Integrals Wednesday Dec 8 Review Ch 4 Graphing, Optimization Thursday Dec 9 HW #14 Due Friday Dec 10 Review, Ch. 2-3 Limits, Derivatives CLASS ENDS

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