Honor 2201,  Calculus for Non-Science Majors I, Fall 2005  

Instructor: Bo-Hae Im                                  E-mail : im at math dot utah dot edu
Office     : LCB 116                                        Phone: (801) 585-9112
Class Webpage : http://www.math.utah.edu/~im/2201/2201.html
Office Hours : M,T,W,F 10:00-10:40am or by appointment
Class meets on M,T,W,F   10:45-11:35 am  at LCB 225

Textbook : Applied Calculus, 2nd Ed., by Hughes-Hallett et al.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Class announcement  The announcement said in each class (including  the due dates of HWs, and quiz/exam announcement) will show up here.  Check this page regularly.

Solution key to Quizzes: Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9, Q10
Solution key to Exams : Exam 1,  Exam 2,  Exam 3,   Final Exam  (Review formula for the final exam)


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Week
Date
 Sections covered  
Practice Problem sets
(click this to print out the list of problems shown below)
Note/hand-outs

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Nov.21
More infinite series
examples given in class.
Solution key to ex 3 and score have been updated!

We will cover some more infinite series which are not coverd in textbook. So try to attend the class on Monday.

Nov.22
More infinite series and 8.1

Please check your email which has some information.
Nov.23

Happy Thanksgiving!!



15

Nov.28
8.1
8.1: 1,3,9,17

Nov.29
8.2
8.2: 1,3,7,9,17

Nov.30
8.2


Dec.2
8.3 and Quiz 9
8.3: 3,5,7,8,9 (8 is covered in class)
Quiz 9 covers 8.1 and 8.2.

16
Dec.5
9.1, 9.3, some part of 9.4
9.1: 9,13,19
9.4: 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,21

Dec.6
9.3 and Quiz 10

9.3: 1,9
Quiz 10 covers 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3.
Quiz 9 and score have been updated.
Dec.7
Review for the Final

The final exam is cummulative so it covers all materials learned this semester. It is scheduled on Dec.13(Tuesday), 10:30-12:30.
Final
Dec.13
(Tuesday)
Final Exam
Dec.13(Tuesday), 10:30-12:30

Covers all materials learned this semester.
1. I have updated the review formula and solution keys to quiz 10 in the above.
2.
I have also emailed you about some information on the final exam. Check your email.
3.
Please check the records of your scores upto Quiz 10 and upto Exam 3 in the above and if incorrect, let me know by Dec.13.  

Extra office hours before the exam:
Monday: 10am -2pm
Tuesday: 9am-10:20 am
 


















10
Oct.24
6.1
6.1: 1,3,5,9,11,13,19
Ex2 solution and score are updated above.
Oct.25
1.7 and 6.3
1.7: 5.7.9
6.3:  5,7

Oct.26
7.1 and 7.2
7.1: all odd numbered-problems
7.2:
all odd numbered-problems
Important advice: Chapter 7 needs a lot of practice to learn. So try all odd-numbered problems in each section.You maynot be able to do well on this chapter without enough practice.
Oct.28
7.2 and Quiz 6

Quiz 6 will cover 6.1,6.3(1.7), and 7.1.


11
Oct.31
7.3
7.3: 1-25 (odd), 29,35,38 and examples given in class
Quiz 6 solution has been posted.
Nov.1
7.4
7.4: 1,3,5,9(a), 11(a),13,17
Sooner or later, I will introduce  integration by parts which is not in the textbook.
Nov.2
 integration by parts
examples given in class
Quiz 7 will cover 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, and integration by parts.
Nov.4
 more examples and Quiz 7






12

Nov.7
10.1, 10.2

10.1: 3,7,12,13 (12(a):inc, dec, respectively. 12(b) W=4)
10.2: 1,3,11,12,13,15,17( 12: k=-0.03. C can be any  number.

Quiz 7 solution and score are updated!

We learned how to solve the differential equations for the general solutions and the particular solutions which is not in the textbook clearly. Try to go over the examples given in class.
Nov.8
10.4
10.4: 1,3,5,7,11
#11 in 10.4 has been added.
Nov.9
10.3
10.3: 3,5,7,15
Quiz 8 will cover 10.1,10.2,10.3,10.4.
Nov.11
review and Quiz 8
Study for the exam 3.
Quiz 8 solution key and score have been updated. Study for teh exam 3.



13
Nov.14
11.1
11.1: 1-13(all), 15, 17
Prepare for the exam3.

Nov.15
11.2
11.2: 1,3,8(a), 11, 14(a)

Nov.16
Review for the exam

Exam 3 will cover Chapters 6,7, and 10.
Nov.18
Ex 3
Study on Chapter 11 if you have postponed this.
Solution key to ex 3 and score have been updated!












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Sept.26
4.1
4.1: 1,3,5,9,11,13,21 (13 and 21 are important)
Chapter 4 is important. also it is based on Ch.3 and we always assume that you know how to find derivatives in Chapter 3. So if you don't understand Ch 3, it would be very hard to follow Ch.4. So please make sure you undersatnd Ch.3. You can go over the problems in the book on Ch.3.
Sept.27
4.2
4.2: 5,7,9,11,17 (Here, solve everything algebraically and graph in a way that we did in class without any graphing calculators)

Sept.28
4.3
4.3:  3,5,12,13

Sept.30
Quiz 4 and 4.3(continued)





7
Oct.3
4.4
4.4: 3, 4(except graph part),9(use that Revenue=price x quantity)
Quiz 4 score and solution key has been updated.
Oct.4
4.5
4.5: 1,3,5,11
Try problems in the hand-out sheet.
Hand out: Review problems on Ch.4.

Oct.5
Review problems on chapter 4

(Solution key to problems on Ch.4)
Oct.7
Spring break
Have a great Fall Break!



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Oct.10
5.1
5.1: 1,3,7,9

Oct.11
5.2
5.2: 1, 3(a), 5(a),9,11,13,15(using the formula), 25

Oct.12
5.2 continued

Quiz 5 covers sections 4.3 -- 4.5.
Oct.14
5.3 and Quiz5
5.3: 1,2,4,5,7,10,12,15,17,27,29(a)
(Solution to even-numbered ones:
#2:8, #4:84, #10:1/12, #12:9/2) and examples given in class



9
Oct.17
5.5
5.5: 1,4,5,12(12 is duscussed in class)
Prepare for the exam 2 which covers Chapter 4 and 5 and will be held on Friday(Oct.21).
Quiz 5 solution and score are updated.
Oct.18
5.4
5.4: examples given in class

Oct.19
Review for the exam
Prepare for the exam 2.
Prepare for the exam 2 which covers Chapter 4 and 5 and will be held on Friday(Oct.21).
Special office hours: Thursday 1:30-3:00




Oct.21
Exam 2








1
Aug.24
Introduction and 1.1
1.1: 3,13,15,17,25

Aug.26
1.2 and 1.3
1.2: 3,7,9,10,15,1




2
Aug.29
1.3(conti.) and 1.4
1.3: 5, 7,13        1.4: 3,5,9,15,23

Aug.30
1.5
1.5: 1,3,5,74.5

Aug.31
1.6
1.6:  5,11,19              
Hand-out: Properties of Exponents and natural log.
Quiz 1 covers sections 1.1 through 1.5.

Sept.2
1.7 and Quiz 1
1.7: 11,3
And read Section 1.8.




3
Sept.5
Labor day
Read Section 1.8.
Class doesn't meet.
Sept.6
Brief review on 1.8 amd 1.9
1.8: 3,5,9,19              1.9:  3,5,7        
1. Quiz 1 solution is updated in the above. It seemed to be easy according to students' scores. Make sure that you understand them by going over them, especially the bonus problem.
2. The score is updated in the above. Click and check it!

3. Hand-out: Graph of functions
Sept.7
1.10 and 2.1
1.10: 7,9,11,17,23   2.1: 3,14 (for part(b), find f'(1) by using both the limit definition and a small interval method),19
Answer to 2.1 #14 is (a) negative, (b) -3.
Quiz 2 covers sections 1.6 through 1.10.

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Sept.9
2.2 and Quiz 2
2.2: 1,3,19,21,13,27(use the limit definition to find f'(x))
Quiz 2 solution and the score have been updated. Check them out!
You can try #27 on 2.2 and try the rest of them on Monday after I finish more examples.


4

Sept.12
Examples in 2.2 and 2.3
2.3: 9(b), 11(b), 13, 17

Sept.13
2.4
2.4: 1,2,3,5,7,11,13,(18), 23,24
(#18 is discussed in class)
Start reviewing for the exam scheduled on Sept. 23 (Friday).
Sept.14
2.5 and 3.1
2.5: 1,3,13
3.1: 1-19(odd numbered), 35, 39, 41
Quiz 2 covers sections 2.1 through 2.5.
You need to know the limit definition to find the derivative function. Also, memorize the derivative rules and formulae in chapter 3.
We need them to save our time all the time.
Sept.16
3.2 and Quiz 3
3.2:1-21(odd numbered), 31,37(#37 is important)  
1. Start reviewing Ch1 and Ch2 for the exam. Ch3 is also included in Ex1 but you can review them next week. But Ch1 and 2 have much more stuffs so you might need to spend more time on them.
2. Quiz 3 solution and scores are updated.
3. Practice problems on 3.2 with given formula for a^x and ln(x).


5

Sept.19
3.3, 3.4, 3.5
3.3:1-29(odd)
3.4:3-27(odd)
3.5: 1-17(odd), 21

1. Memorize the derivative formula and rules and practice thse problems to make sure . Practice is the best way to memorize.
Note: My office hours are MTWF from 10 to 10:40. So if you have questions, I hope you can come and ask during this time (NOT on Thursdays).
Sept.20
More examples


Sept.21
Review
We went over  the review problems and some HW problems.
I will be in my office from 1-2 and 3:30-5 pm on Wednesday and from 9 am until 10:40 am on Friday morning. You can ask questions then.
Sept.23
Exam 1
Exam 1 covers chapter 1,2 and 3.

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Prerequisites: Member of Honors Program. Previous exposure to College Algebra might be helpful.

Course Description and a brief syllabus:  This course is for a review of pre-calculus mathemtatics, learning the principles of calculus, and demonstrating its application to a wide variety of fields. It will cover moat parts of Chapter 1 to Chapter 11 in the textbook and the contents are: functions, Rate of Change(The derivative), Application of the derivative, Accumulated change(The definite integral), Application of the definite integral, Antiderivatives, Probability, Functions of Several variables, Mathematical Modeling Using Differential Equations. More detailed syllabus will be updated in the section 'Class Announcement' in this webpage below. Please check this page regularly.

Course Policies: 

Tentative In-Class-Exam dates are Ex1: Sept. 23 (Fri), Ex2: Oct. 21(Fri)  Ex3: Nov. 18(Fri)  (these may or maynot be changed according to our following-up pace). There will be NO MAKE-UPS to be fair to everyone.  So make sure that there is no conflict with your schedule.

Final Ex
: Dec. 13(Tue), 10:30am-12:30 pm
(scheduled, so please make sure there is no conflict with your schedule). There will be NO MAKE-UPS to be fair to everyone.  

Three in-class Exams (each 20 %, total 60%)
Final exam (25%)
Quiz(+Project)(15%)
Free tutoring center:  The mathematics Tutoring Center offers free, drop-in tutoring to students enrolled the math classes. For more information, click here.

Important Tips:
Please come to every class.  Practice lots of homework problems. Form study groups. Come to the office hours. Study daily, not just before exams. Maintain and refer to class notes. Ask questions! Participate in class! I am looking forward to meeting each of you. I urge you to come to see me if you ever need help or if you feel that you are falling behind. Please  feel free to also email me. I hope you find this course both productive and enjoyable. GOOD LUCK!!!