Kelly MacArthur

Assistant Chair
Instructor Lecturer

Office: JWB 218
Email: macarthur@math.utah.edu

University of Utah
Department of Mathematics
155 S. 1400 E. JWB 233
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0090 USA

Math1210 Calculus 1
Spring, 2016




Class Notes



Class Schedule/Information

  • Calculus 1 Lecture Videos (Note: All videos listed below by name refer to videos on this link.)

      Week 1 (January 11-15)

    • For Monday's class: watch 1 Slope of a Line (Review) lecture video (review)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 2 Introduction to Limits lecture video (1.1)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 3 Limit Properties lecture video (1.3)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 1.1 and 1.3 to class.

      Week 2 (January 18-22)

    • Note: Monday is a holiday; there is no class.
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 4A & 4B Limits at Infinity lecture videos (1.5)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 4C Squeeze Theorem and 6 Continuity lecture videos (1.6)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 1.5 and 1.6 to class.

      Week 3 (January 25-29)

    • For Monday's class: watch 7 Slope of a Curve lecture video (2.1)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 8 Two Problems, One Theme lecture video (2.1)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 9 The Derivative lecture video (2.2)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 2.1 and 2.2 to class.

      Week 4 (February 1-5)

    • For Monday's class: watch 10 Derivative Rules lecture video (2.3)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 5 Trigonometric Limits lecture video (1.4)
    • For Wednesday's class: be prepared to ask questions as review for first midterm.
    • For Friday's class: be prepared to take the Midterm 1.

      Week 5 (February 8-12)

    • For Monday's class: watch 11 Derivative of Trigonometric Functions lecture video (2.4)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 12 The Chain Rule lecture video (2.5)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 13 Higher Order Derivatives lecture video (2.6)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 1.4, 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6 to class.

      Week 6 (February 15-19)

    • Note: Monday is a holiday; there is no class.
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 14A & B Implicit Differentiation lecture videos (2.7)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 15A & B Related Rates lecture videos (2.8)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 2.7 and 2.8 to class.

      Week 7 (February 22-26)

    • For Monday's class: watch 15.5 Differentials & Approximations lecture video (2.9)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 16A & B Maximum and Minimum Values lecture videos (3.1)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 17A, B & C Monotonicity and Concavity lecture videos (3.2)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 2.9, 3.1 and 3.2 to class.

      Week 8 (February 29-March 4)

    • For Monday's class: watch 18A & B Local Extrema lecture videos (3.3)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 19A & B Sketching The Graph of a Function lecture videos (3.5)
    • For Wednesday's class: be prepared to ask questions as review for second midterm.
    • For Friday's class: be prepared to take the Midterm 2.

      Week 9 (March 7-11)

    • For Monday's class: watch 20.5 Optimization Word Problems (parts 1 and 2) lecture videos (3.4)
    • For Tuesday's class: we will use this day to practice more 3.4 problems.
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 20 The Mean Value Theorem for Derivatives lecture video (3.6)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 3.4 and 3.6 to class.

      Week 10--Important Note: The week of March 14-18 is Spring Break. There are no classes!


      Week 11 (March 21-25)

    • For Monday's class: watch 21A & 21B Solving Equations Numerically (Bisection and Newton's method) lecture videos (3.7)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 22 Antiderivatives lecture video (3.8)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 23 Differential Equations lecture video (3.9)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 to class.

      Week 12 (March 29-April 1)

    • For Monday's class: watch 24A & 24B Introduction to Area (parts 1 and 2) lecture videos (4.1)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 25A & 25B The Definite Integral (parts 1 and 2) lecture videos (4.2)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 26 The First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus lecture video (4.3)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 to class.

      Week 13 (April 4-8)

    • For Monday's class: watch 27 The Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus lecture videos (4.4)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 28A & 28B The Mean Value Theorem for Integrals lecture videos (4.5)
    • For Wednesday's class: be prepared to ask questions as review for third midterm.
    • For Friday's class: be prepared to take the Midterm 3.

      Week 14 (April 11-15)

    • For Monday's class: watch 28C Extra Integration Practice and 29A Area of a Plane Region lecture videos (Integration Review and 5.1)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 29B Area of Plane Region lecture video (5.1)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 30A & 30B Volume of Solids--Disk and Washer Methods lecture videos (5.2)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 4.5, 5.1 and 5.2 to class.

      Week 15 (April 18-22)

    • For Monday's class: watch 30C & 30D Volume of Solids--Shell Method and more practice lecture videos (5.3)
    • For Tuesday's class: watch 31A & 31B Length of a Plane Curve (parts 1 and 2) lecture videos (5.4)
    • For Wednesday's class: watch 31C Surface Area lecture video (5.4)
    • For Friday's class: bring your homework questions from sections 5.3 and 5.4 to class.

      Week 16 (April 25-27)

    • For Monday's class: watch 33A & 33B Moments and Center of Mass (parts 1 and 2) lecture videos (5.6)
    • For Tuesday's class: be prepared to ask questions as review for the final exam.
    • Note: There are NO classes on Wednesday--it's Reading Day.

      Final Exam is on Friday, April 29th. I'll give you extra time by starting at 7:00 a.m. and the exam will end by 10:10 a.m. (in our usual classroom)





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