MATH 9C  --  First-Year Calculus, Third Quarter
Spring 2008
Sections 001 & 020

Section Call # Day Time Building / Room Instructor Instructor's Office Office Hours
Lectures 001 15462 TR 12:40pm-2:00pm INTN 1002 B. Engheta Surge 225 TR 2:00pm-3:00pm,
or by appointment
Discussion 002 15463 M 8:10am-9:00am SPR 2343 M. Gill Surge 283 W 8:00am-10:00am
Discussion 003 15464 M 9:10am-10:00am INTS 1121 M. Gill Surge 283 W 8:00am-10:00am
Lectures 020 15468 TR 9:40am-11:00am OLMH 421 B. Engheta Surge 225 TR 2:00pm-3:00pm,
or by appointment
Discussion 021 15469 M 3:10pm-4:00pm SPR 2339 N. Lal Surge 281 W 1:00pm-3:00pm
Discussion 022 15470 M 2:10pm-3:00pm INTN 1006 N. Lal Surge 281 W 1:00pm-3:00pm


Principal Instructor: Bahman Engheta
Assistants: Mandev Gill (sections 002, 003)
Nishu Lal (sections 021, 022)
 
Course Webpage: http://math.ucr.edu/~engheta/S08-9C/
 
Textbook: 11th edition of Thomas' Calculus by Weir, Hass, and Giordano.
Addison Wesley Publishing Company, ISBN 0-321-22642-9.
 
Topics: Improper integrals -- Section 8.8
Review of indeterminate forms and l'Hôpital's rule -- Section 4.6
Infinite sequences and series -- Sections 11.1-11.8
Differential equations -- Sections 9.1-9.3
Applications of power series -- Sections 11.10
Polar coordinates -- Sections 10.5-10.7
 
Prerequisite: MATH 9B (or MATH 9HB) with a grade of "C-" or better.
 
Major Exams: Midterm exam tentatively on Thursday, May 1, during regular lecture.
Final exam for section 001 on Monday, June 9, from 11:30am to 2:30pm.
Final exam for section 020 on Friday, June 13, from 8:00am to 11:00am.
Note: All exams will be comprehensive. Calculators may not be used during exams.
 
Course Components:   400 points for homework assignments and quizzes,
300 points for the midterm exam,
300 points for the final exam.
 
Grading: 900-1000 points are required for the grade A,
800-899 points are required for the grade B,
700-799 points are required for the grade C,
600-699 points are required for the grade D.
 
Attendance: Students are expected to attend every lecture and every meeting of their discussion section. Homework assignments are due at the beginning of each lecture. Quizzes may be given unannounced, during the lectures or the discussion sections. Work missed due to absence, lateness, or late enrollment cannot be made up. In particular, no late work will be accepted and there will be no make-up exams or quizzes.