MATH 9B  --  First-Year Calculus, Second Quarter
Winter 2008

Section Call # Day Time Building / Room Instructor Office Office Hours
Lectures 001 15314 TR 12:40pm-2:00pm ENGR2 138 B. Engheta Surge 225 TR 11:30am-12:30pm,
T 3:30pm-4:30pm
Discussion 002 15315 F 3:10pm-4:00pm OLMH 1116 Nishu Lal Surge 281
Discussion 003 15316 F 7:10am-8:00am INTS 1130 Nishu Lal Surge 281
Discussion 004 15317 F 8:10pm-9:00pm OLMH 1116 Chris Rogers Surge 263
Discussion 005 15318 F 12:10pm-1:00pm Surge 172 Chris Rogers Surge 263

Principal Instructor: Bahman Engheta
Office Hours: TR 11:30am-12:30pm, T 3:30pm-4:30pm, or by appointment.
 
Assistants: Nishu Lal, Chris Rogers
 
Course Website: http://math.ucr.edu/~engheta/W08-9B/
 
Textbook: 11th edition of Thomas' Calculus by Weir, Hass, and Giordano.
Addison Wesley Publishing Company, ISBN 0-321-22642-9.
 
Topics: Chapter 5 - Integration
Chapter 6 - Applications of Definite Integrals
Chapter 7 - Transcendental Functions
Chapter 8 - Techniques of Integration, sections 8.1 through 8.6
 
Prerequisite: MATH 9A (or MATH 9HA or MATH 8B) with a grade of "C-" or better.
Note: Chapters 1 through 4 of the above textbook are required knowledge.
 
Major Exams: Midterm exam (tentatively) on Thursday, 2/7/2008, during regular lecture.
Final exam on Friday, 3/21/2008 from 8:00am-11:00am.
Note: All exams will be comprehensive. Calculators may not be used during exams.
 
Course Components:   400 points for daily 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 Policy: 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.