MTHSC 106 - Sections 18 and 19

Calculus of One Variable I

Daniel D. Warner Erin K. McNelis Office: Martin Hall O-203 Office: Martin Hall O-5 Office Hours: 10:00 - 11:00 MWF Office Hours: 2:30 - 3:30 MTW Phone: 656-5244 Phone: 656-5196 Class Meeting Times:

Section 18: 9:05 - 9:55 MWF, M201 Martin, and 11:00 - 11:50 T, M201 Martin.

Section 19: 11:15 - 12:05 MWF M301 Martin and 12:30 - 1:20 T, M301 Martin

Students from either section may attend the Tuesday class that is most convenient.Class email lists:

0108MTHSC_106018-L@clemson.edu, and

0108MTHSC_106019-L@clemson.eduCourse Objectives

- To gain a mastery of the advanced techniques and concepts in the calculus of a single variable and the application of these the techniques to real world problems.
- To develop problem solving skills.
- Instruction will also emphasize analytical, graphical, and numerical approaches using technology. Reasonable proficiency with the use of technology will be expected.
Policies

- Attendance is mandatory, and you will be responsible for all material covered in class. We reserve the right to drop anyone from the course who has more than four unexcused absences. Roll will be taken until we know all the students.
- The grade will be based on exams, projects, homework, and class participation. The final exam will count 20%. There will be three exams and three projects. Each exam and project will be worth 10%. The grade on the final can be used to replace the lowest of grade on the exams or projects. There will be a collection of web-based, graded homework exercises, and the entire collection will be worth 10%. Each section of the textbook has a series of reflections. Answers to these reflections will be turned in online. More complex homework problems will be presented on the board in class. The reflections, the homework presentations, and general class participation will be worth 10%.
Textbooks

- Calculus: Mathematics and Modeling with Maple (Preliminary Edition), by Ellis, Bauldry, Fiedler, Giordano, Judson, Lodi, Vitray, West, and Warner.
Topics

- Modeling Change. Sections 1.1 through 1.5.
- Measuring Change. Sections 2.1 through 2.5.
- The Derivative: A Tool for Measuring Change. Sections 3.1 through 3.9.
- The Definite Integral: Accumulating Change. Sections 4.1 through 4.7.