The results from the midterm exam are on compass; individualized feedback to be sent out soon. The overall stats are here.

**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page) except for my hours on Tuesday 11.19: shortened to 8:30-9am, – and now Thursday 11.21 8:30-9:30 is cancelled as well.

This week we will have just 2 lectures, on Monday and Wednesday, skipping Friday 11.22 to compensate for the midterm 3.…

]]>The results from the midterm exam are on compass; individualized feedback to be sent out soon. The overall stats are here.

**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page) except for my hours on Tuesday 11.19: shortened to 8:30-9am, – and now Thursday 11.21 8:30-9:30 is cancelled as well.

This week we will have just 2 lectures, on Monday and Wednesday, skipping Friday 11.22 to compensate for the midterm 3. Still enough time to discuss *Parametric Curves, *along the chapters **10.1,2** of the textbook.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Nov. 20, part B on Nov. 22 and part C on Dec. 2 – after
**Thanksgiving Break**– at noon.

All submissions, as usual, should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply: *if your work is hard to read or parse, the graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.

Questions? post a comment!

]]>This week we have our **third**, and last **midterm** exam. It happens on **November 12, 7-8:30 pm**. This time there will be several rooms: you should go to the room *according to your discussion section*.

Namely:

Sections **Bevier Hall 180**;

Sections ** …**

This week we have our **third**, and last **midterm** exam. It happens on **November 12, 7-8:30 pm**. This time there will be several rooms: you should go to the room *according to your discussion section*.

Namely:

Sections **Bevier Hall 180**;

Sections

**Make sure you know where to go!**

The **conflict** will be on **November 14, at 8:00 am** in **Altgeld Hall 141.**

You need a justifiable reason to take the conflict exam, – please submit your request by email. Also, if you need DRES accommodation, please contact them to schedule your test with them.

**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page).

This week we will have a review lecture on Monday. Then we’ll continue Power *Series, *along the chapters **11.6,8,10** of the textbook.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. There will be
**no part A**(midterm!). Submit part B on Nov. 14 and part C on Nov. 18 at noon.

All submissions, as usual, should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply: *if your work is hard to read or parse, the graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.

Questions? post a comment!

]]>We will have our **third**, and last **midterm** exam next week, on **November 12, 7-8:30 pm**. This time there will be several rooms. Namely:

Sections **Bevier Hall 180**;

Sections ** …**

We will have our **third**, and last **midterm** exam next week, on **November 12, 7-8:30 pm**. This time there will be several rooms. Namely:

Sections **Bevier Hall 180**;

Sections

Make sure you know where to go!

The **conflict** will be on **November 14, at 8:00 am** in **Altgeld Hall 141.**

If you need (for a justifiable reason) to take the conflict exam, please submit your request soon. Also, if you need DRES accommodation, please contact them to schedule your test with them.

**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

This week we will continuing *Series, *corresponding to the chapters **11.5-8** of the textbook.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 30, part B on Nov. 1 and part C on Nov. 4.

All submissions, as usual, should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply: *if your work is hard to read or parse, the graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

This week we will cover *Series, *corresponding to the chapters **11.2-5** of the textbook.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 30, part B on Nov. 1 and part C on Nov. 4.

All submissions, as usual, should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.…

**Tutoring sessions; office hours** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

This week we will cover *Series, *corresponding to the chapters **11.2-5** of the textbook.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 30, part B on Nov. 1 and part C on Nov. 4.

**gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply:

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**Tutoring sessions** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**My office hours** this week will be by appointment only (*not* 8:30-9:30am on Tuesday-Thursday). If you need to talk in person, send an email to schedule.

**The grades for the second midterm** are, unfortunately, delayed as we were waiting for the special cases (conflicts etc) to be handled in.…

**Tutoring sessions** this week: usual schedule (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**My office hours** this week will be by appointment only (*not* 8:30-9:30am on Tuesday-Thursday). If you need to talk in person, send an email to schedule.

**The grades for the second midterm** are, unfortunately, delayed as we were waiting for the special cases (conflicts etc) to be handled in. We expect to send the results by Tuesday.

This week we continue to cover applications of integration (*chapter 8* of the textbook), and, having done this, will start *Series, 11.2*

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 23, part B on Oct. 25 and part C on Oct. 28.

**gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply:

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**Tutoring sessions** this week: no session on Tuesday (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**Reminder**: this is the second midterm week. The test is on **October 15, 7-8:30pm **in **Foellinger Auditorium**. The **conflict exam** (shifting to which requires a documented excuse) is on **Thursday, Oct. 17, 8-9:30am**, in **141 Altgeld Hall**.

The exam will cover primarily the notions, theorems and techniques of integration, through week 7, but *without improper integrals* (we will talk about them a bit more).…

**Tutoring sessions** this week: no session on Tuesday (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**Reminder**: this is the second midterm week. The test is on **October 15, 7-8:30pm **in **Foellinger Auditorium**. The **conflict exam** (shifting to which requires a documented excuse) is on **Thursday, Oct. 17, 8-9:30am**, in **141 Altgeld Hall**.

The exam will cover primarily the notions, theorems and techniques of integration, through week 7, but *without improper integrals* (we will talk about them a bit more). Some limited flashbacks to limits and differentiation are to be expected.

It will be again a multiple choice test: 30 problem test timed to be completed in about one hour (still, you will have 1h30m to solve them).

The **problems** will be similar to those you had in the homework assignments.

**Important**: if you require special accommodation through **DRES**, please contact them right away to schedule your exam; we will provide them with the test; they will conduct the exam at the time and environment convenient to you.

**Update**: the results of midterm 2 are in compass; here are the basic stats.

**This week **we will review the material related to midterm topics on Monday. On Wednesday we will finish discussion of improper integrals, and start discussing some applications of integrals, starting with computing volumes. There will be no class this Friday (to compensate for the midterm trauma).

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment.
**No part A this week!**Submit part B on Oct. 18 and part C on Oct. 21.

**gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply:

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**This week ** we continue exploring techniques of integration (chapters 7.3, 7.4 of the textbook), and will discuss improper integrals.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 9, B on Oct. 11 and part C on Oct. 14.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply: *if your work is hard to parse, graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.…

**This week ** we continue exploring techniques of integration (chapters 7.3, 7.4 of the textbook), and will discuss improper integrals.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 9, B on Oct. 11 and part C on Oct. 14.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

The usual constraints apply: *if your work is hard to parse, graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.

The second midterm is coming the next week, at **7pm** on **October 15**. Again, this is a 90 minutes test, 30 problems.

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**This week ** we will talk about integrals (chapter 5 of the textbook).

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 2, B on Oct. 4 and part C on Oct. 7.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

To use gradescope, if you haven’t done this yet

- first register using the course code (sent to course enrollees);
- write or type your homework, export it, scan it, or take a photo of it;
- render the result into a printable file (jpg, png, pdf…) – if your answer to a question is more than one page, you might need to merge the pages into one file and
- upload it.

**This week ** we will talk about integrals (chapter 5 of the textbook).

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Oct. 2, B on Oct. 4 and part C on Oct. 7.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

To use gradescope, if you haven’t done this yet

- first register using the course code (sent to course enrollees);
- write or type your homework, export it, scan it, or take a photo of it;
- render the result into a printable file (jpg, png, pdf…) – if your answer to a question is more than one page, you might need to merge the pages into one file and
- upload it.

The usual constraints apply:*if your work is hard to parse, graders might miss your brilliant idea, or to misinterpret your perfectly correct solution*.

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**Schedule**: **no** lecture on **Friday**, to balance the midterms last week.

Speaking of **midterm**: here‘s the aggregated statistics of your grades.

**This week ** we will talk about how derivatives reflect the qualitative behavior of functions; their usage in (elementary) optimization problems, them move to integrals. This corresponds to chapters **4.1, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3** of the textbook.…

**Schedule**: **no** lecture on **Friday**, to balance the midterms last week.

Speaking of **midterm**: here‘s the aggregated statistics of your grades.

**This week ** we will talk about how derivatives reflect the qualitative behavior of functions; their usage in (elementary) optimization problems, them move to integrals. This corresponds to chapters **4.1, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3** of the textbook. Further we will cover a mean value theorem, from chapter **4.2**.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment. Submit part A on Sept. 25, B on Sept. 27 and part C on Sept. 30.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

To use gradescope, if you haven’t done this yet

- first register using the course code (sent to course enrollees);
- write or type your homework, export it, scan it, or take a photo of it;
- render the result into a printable file (jpg, png, pdf…) and
- upload it.

The usual constraints apply:

Questions? post a comment!

]]>**Tutoring sessions** this week: more tutors on Monday, but no session on Tuesday (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**Reminder**: this is the first midterm week! It is on **Sept 17, 7-8:30pm **in **Foellinger Auditorium**. The **conflict exam** (shifting to which requires a documented excuse) is on **Thursday, Sept. 19, 8-9:30am**, in **Altgeld Hall 141**.

The exam will cover the themes of the course through week 3: basics of complex numbers; limits of functions and sequences, power series expansions and their use to find limits; differentiation.…

]]>**Tutoring sessions** this week: more tutors on Monday, but no session on Tuesday (see HowTo page for the regular schedule).

**Reminder**: this is the first midterm week! It is on **Sept 17, 7-8:30pm **in **Foellinger Auditorium**. The **conflict exam** (shifting to which requires a documented excuse) is on **Thursday, Sept. 19, 8-9:30am**, in **Altgeld Hall 141**.

The exam will cover the themes of the course through week 3: basics of complex numbers; limits of functions and sequences, power series expansions and their use to find limits; differentiation.

It will be a multiple choice, ~30 problem test timed to be completed in one hour (still, you will have 1h30m to solve them).

The **problems** will be similar to those you in the homework assignments.

**Important**: if you require special accommodation through **DRES**, please contact them right away to schedule your exam; we will provide them with the test; they will conduct the exam at the time and environment convenient to you.

**This week **we will review the previous material (ahead of midterm) on Monday. Then we will cover the heuristic uses of differentials, notion of rates of change, related rates for variables constrained by some conditions, and basic properties of exponential growth. This corresponds to chapters **3.7, 3.8, 3.9** of the textbook. Further we will cover a mean value theorem, from chapter **4.2**.

- Lecture notes.
- Homework assignment.
**No part A this week!**Submit part B on Sept. 20 and part C on Sept. 23.

All submission should be done through **gradescope**, an online homework submission system.

To use gradescope, if you haven’t done this yet

- first register using the course code (sent to course enrollees);
- write or type your homework, export it, scan it, or take a photo of it;
- render the result into a printable file (jpg, png, pdf…) and
- upload it.

The usual constraints apply:

Questions? post a comment!

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