**Instructor:** Y.-P. Lee, JWB 305

**Office Hours:** MWF 12-12:50 and by appointments.

**Lecture**

**Time.** MTWF 12:55-13:45 (**Section 5**) and 14-14:50 (**Section 6**).

**Room.** JTB 130.

**Course Information**

**Website:** http://www.math.utah.edu/~yplee/teaching/1210/

**Textbook:** Calculus by Varberg, Purcell and Rigdon, Prentice-Hall, 9th edition.

**Subject:** MATH.
**Catalogue Number:** 1210.
**Official Course Numbers:** 1983 (**Section 5**) and 1984 (**Section 6**).

**Description:**
Functions and their graphs, differentiation of polynomial, rational and
trigonometric functions. Velocity and acceleration.
Geometric applications of the derivative,
minimization and maximization problems, the indefinite integral,
and an introduction to differential equations.
The definite integral and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

**Prerequisite:** Math ACT score of 28 or grade of C or better in MATH 1050 and 1060. Fulfills Quantitative Reasoning (Math & Stat/Logic).

**Homework**

**Homework:** Homework will be completed using WebWork.
Assignments will generally be due on Tuesdays at 18:00.

**UMail:** Students are required to check their UMail accounts for
important information regarding this class. For assistance regarding
UMail, please call 581.4000.

**Exams**

**Location:** JTB 130, unless otherwise announced.

**1st Midterm:** 24th September

**2nd Midterm:** 29th October

**3rd Midterm:** 25th November

**Final Exam**

**Section 5:** Monday, 15th Dec 2008, 13:00 -- 15:00.

**Section 6:** Tuesday, 16th Dec 2008, 13:00 -- 15:00.

**Note:** All exams are cumulative.
Only pencils are allowed during the exams.
No calculators, computers, books, notes etc.

**Important!** Please make sure that you can attend all exams.
No makeup exams are possible.

**Grading Policy**

Grades are based on the following scheme: 25% WebWork,
15% for each midterm exam, and 30% for the final exam.
No alternative scheme unless authorized by the instructor in advance.

**Additional Resources:** The
Math Center offers
*free tutoring,
a computer lab, and study areas* for undergraduates.
Math Center is adjacent to the LCB and JWB.
For information on the hours of the lab or tutoring center,
please check on the website: http://www.math.utah.edu/ugrad/mathcenter.html.
The univeristy provides low cost *Private Tutoring* at University Tutoring Services at 330 SSB.
There is also a list of tutors at the Math Department office, JWB 233

**How to do well in this class?**
The answer is straightforward and old-fashioned:
*Prepare for Class, Keeping Up,* and *Do the Homework Problems.*
The exams will contain at least 80% from material covered in lecturs and
homework problems, with little modification.
If you really spend time with the material, there is a sure way to get
a good grade.
It also helps a great deal to ask questions during and after the lectures,
*especially after you have already previewed the material.*

**Instructor's comments:**
The goal of this class is to have students learn the material well and
then to give them fair and accurate grades. To achieve this goal,
the instructor belives in serious homework problems and hard exams.
Serious problems make students learn more and better.
Hard exams give a better evaluation of students' learning.
In other words, if you are taking 1210 calculus just to get a passing grade
and with no intention to learn, consider taking another class.