Math 3
Introduction to Calculus
Winter 11
Hour Exam 1, Math 3, Fall 2009 (Ignore #3 and #4), Solutions to M3F09 Exam1
Hour Exam 1, Math 3, Fall 2007 (Ignore #12), Solutions toÂ M3F07 Exam 2
Final Exam Fall 2009 (Ignore #11), Solutions : 1c, 2c, 3a, 4d, 5a, 6d, 7c, 8e, 9a, 10c, 11a, 12b, 13e, 14c, 15d, 16c, 17b, 18c, 19d, 20d, 21c, 22b, 23b, 24c, 25c, 26c, 27b, 28c, 29c, 30e.
Final Exam Fall 2005 (Ignore #8 and # 14), Solutions: 1-D, 2-E, 3-B, 4-B, 5-D, 6-A, 7-A, 8-C, 9-B, 10-A, 11-B, 12-C, 13-D, 14-A, 15-A, 16-D, 17-B, 18-B, 19-C, 20-A, 21-D, 22-C, 23-B, 24-A, 25-A, 26-B, 27-B, 28-D, 29-D, 30-C
Instructor and General Information |
Meera Mainkar |
Office: 210 Kemeny Hall |
Office hours: MW
12:30pm-2pm and by appt. |
Phone: 646-2293
or BlitzMail (preferred) |
ï‚· Textbook: The manuscript Principles of Calculus Modeling: An Interactive Approach, by Donald Kreider, Dwight Lahr, and Susan Diesel,Â is available at Wheelock Books .
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It
is each student's responsibility to be aware of academic deadlines as enforced by the Registrar.
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If you have a
documented disability, I encourage you to discuss possible accommodations with
me and consult Student Accessibility Services in 301 Collis Center (extension 6-9900). This office
can help determine appropriate accommodations for you.
MWF
10am - 11:05 am |
007 Kemeny Hall |
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Do not use computers during the classes.
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X-hour will be used only if needed to replace
a class.
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There will be two midterm examinations and
a final examination. These exams are scheduled as follows:
Exam
I |
Monday January
31 |
Kemeny
008 |
5-7pm |
Exam
II |
Friday February
18 |
Kemeny
008 |
5-7pm |
Final
Exam |
Saturday March 12 |
Kemeny
008 |
8:00-11:00
am |
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If you have a legitimate conflict with
these exam dates and times, please contact your instructor as soon as possible.
Please do not wait until shortly before the exam.
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On Exams: No help given or received. No
calculators or computers are allowed.
ï‚· Homework: Collaboration is permitted and encouraged -- a discussion of the general idea of the problem(s) with instructors, tutors, fellow students and others is desirable. However, each student is expected to complete his or her assignments individually and independently.
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The course grade will be based upon your
total score on the two midterm exams, the final exam and the homework
assignments for the course.
Midterm
Exams |
100
each |
Final
Exam |
150 |
Webwork
Homework |
50 |
Total |
400 |
Homework and Tutorials |
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You will get and
turn in all Math 3 homework over the World Wide Web using WeBWorK.
Homework due-dates will be shown on the WeBWorK
assignments, which will generally be due at 9:30 a.m. on the second class day
after the class in which the material is covered.Â Answers will be available at 11:15 a.m.Â onÂ
the same day. Late homework will not be accepted without advance
permission from your instructor, obtained well before the assignment is due.
There will normally be at least one class-day between the day homework is
assigned and the day it is due, thereby providing plenty of opportunity for you
to get your questions answered.
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Tutorial
assistance for this course (help with your homework) will be available Sunday,
Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 7 - 9pm in Kemeny 006.
Tutorials will begin on Thursday, January 6.Â
Our TA is Jonathan Bloom.