Lec  Day  Sec  Topic 
#1 
Wed 9/24 
1.1 
Modeling discrete data: introduction.
Method of least squares.

#2 
Fri 9/26 
1.2, 1.3, 1.4 
Lines in the Plane.
Functions and their graphs.
New functions from old.

#3 
Mon 9/29 
1.5 
Trigonometric functions. 
#4 
Wed 10/1 
1.6 
Exponential and logarithmic functions.

#5 
Fri 10/3 
1.7 
Case Study: Modeling the AIDS data.

#6 
Mon 10/6 
2.1 
Modeling rates of change: introduction.

#7 
Wed 10/8 
2.2, 2.3, 2.4 
The legacy of Galileo, Newton, and Leibniz.
Limits of functions.
Limits at infinity.

#8 
Fri 10/10 
2.5, 2.6 
Continuity.
Tangent lines and their slopes.

#9 
Mon 10/13 
2.6, 2.7 
Tangent lines and their slopes. (contd.)
The derivative.

#10 
Wed 10/15 
2.8 
Differentiation rules.

#11 
Fri 10/17 
2.9 
Derivatives of trigonometric functions.

#12 
Mon 10/20 
2.10, 2.11 
The mean value theorem.
Implicit differentiation.

#13 
Wed 10/22 
2.12 
Derivatives of exponentials and logs.
Hour Exam 1: 3:30  4:45
Rooms to be assigned in Kemeny

#14 
Fri 10/24 
2.13, 2.14 
Newton's method.
Linear approximations.

#15 
Mon 10/27 
2.15, 2.16 
Antiderivatives and initial value problems.
Velocity and acceleration.

#16 
Wed 10/29 
2.18 
Case Study: Torricelli's Law.

#17 
Fri 10/31 
3.1 
Modeling with differential equations: introduction.
Separable differential equations: first look.

#18 
Mon 11/3 
3.2, 3.3 
Exponential growth and decay.
Separable differential equations.

#19 
Wed 11/5 
3.4, 3.7 
Slope fields and Euler's method.
Case Study: Population Modeling.

#20 
Fri 11/7 
3.5 
Issues in curve sketching.

#21 
Mon 11/10 
4.1 
Modeling accumulations: introduction.
Hour Exam 2: 3:30  4:45
Rooms to be assigned in Kemeny

#22 
Wed 11/12 
4.2, 4.3 
The definite integral.
Properties of the definite integral.

#23 
Fri 11/14 
4.4, 4.5 
The fundamental theorem of calculus.
Techniques of integration (omit integration by parts).

#24 
Mon 11/17 
4.6, 4.7 
Trapezoid rule.
Areas between curves.

#25 
Wed 11/19 
4.9 
Arc length. 
#26 
Fri 11/21 
4.11 
Case Study: Flood Watch. 
#27 
Mon 11/24 
4.10 
Inverse trigonometric functions
No classes Wednesday 11/26 and Friday 11/28.
Have a happy Thanksgiving! See you Mon 12/1.

#28 
Mon 12/1 
 
Review of course. See materials.

#29 
Wed 12/3 
 
Review of course. See materials.
Course evaluations.
