Principal Instructor: 
Bahman Engheta

 June 20  Grades posted on iLearn and iGrade
 June 15  Final exam from 8:00am to 11:00am
 June 8  Quiz #11 given in class
 June 6  Quiz #10 given in class
 June 1  Quiz #9 given in class
 May 30  Quiz #8 given in class
 May 18  I will be at a conference. Professor Asaeda will fill in.
 May 11  Midterm exam
 May 9, 11  I will be at Cornell University. Professor Vidussi will fill in.
 May 4  Quiz #7 given in class
 May 2  Quiz #6 given in class
 Apr. 28  Quiz #5 given in discussion sections
 Apr. 27  Quiz #4 given in class
 Apr. 21  Quiz #3 given in discussion sections
 Apr. 14  Quiz #2 given in discussion sections
 Apr. 7  Quiz #1 given in discussion sections

Assistant: 
Wayne Lam 

Course Website: 
http://math.ucr.edu/~engheta/S069C/ 

Textbook: 
11^{th} edition of Thomas' Calculus by Weir, Hass, and Giordano. 

Addison Wesley Publishing Company, ISBN 0321226429. 

Topics: 
Improper integrals  Section 8.8 

Review of indeterminate forms and L'Hospital's rule  Section 4.6 

Infinite sequences and series  Sections 11.111.8 

Differential equations  Sections 9.19.3 

Applications of power series  Sections 11.10 

Polar coordinates  Sections 10.510.7 

Prerequisite: 
MATH 9B (or MATH 9HB) with a grade of "C" or better. 

Major Exams: 
Midterm exam on Thursday, 05/11/2006, during regular lecture hour. 

 sample midterm exam 


Final exam on Thursday, 06/15/2006, from 8:00am to 11:00am in HMNSS 1503. 

 sample final exam 


Note: All exams will be comprehensive. Calculators may not be used during exams.


Course Components: 
300 points for homework assignments and quizzes, 

300 points for the midterm exam, 

400 points for the final exam. 

Grading: 
9001000 points are required for the grade A, 

800899 points are required for the grade B, 

700799 points are required for the grade C, 

600699 points are required for the grade D. 

Attendance: 
Students are expected to attend every lecture and every meeting of their discussion section.
Work missed due to absence or lateness cannot be made up.
In particular, no late work will be accepted and there will be no makeup tests/exams.
